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Reprisal (The Time Weaver Chronicles)

by Thomas A Knight

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Thomas A. Knight’s Reprisal is the third and final adventure in the exciting Time Weaver Chronicles trilogy, and readers should probably enjoy books one and two first, especially as Reprisal brings its protagonist full circle. The series starts on earth with an ordinary man pursued by the thoroughly extraordinary. But now this ordinary man, Seth Alkirk, returns, while the extraordinary people who have become his friends battle for lives and lands in faraway Galadir. Seth hasn’t deserted them though; he’s just seeking a way to bring an end to the conflict, while earthly army guys seek power, and distant magicians hold more than this earth can imagine.

There are some thoroughly enjoyable scenes, set on earth, where magicians learn the mysteries of cellphones and cars. But, for the most part, this novel, like the series, is strongest when it’s managing the epic battles and shifting alliances of magical Galadir. Add dragons, monsters, and healthy doses of power and empathy, and you’ll get the picture. The evil are wounded. The strong can be weak. And hope is an engaging thread throughout the tale. With great battles, great characters, and a beautifully imagined world empowered by a risky but nicely authentic magic, Reprisal completes the story in classic style, and leaves enough characters and situations in play for us to hope the author will write more.

Disclosure: The author kindly gave me a free ecopy, and I offer my honest review. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | Mar 5, 2014 |
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