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  • Hardcover
  • 781
  • The Core
  • Peter V. Brett
  • English
  • 12 October 2019
  • 9780345531506

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Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Peter V. Brett Peter V. Brett ð 5 Read Summary » The Core 105 For time out of mind bloodthirsty demons have stalked the night culling the human race to scattered remnants dependent on half forgotten magics to protect them Then two heroes arose men as close as brothers yet divided by bitter betrayal Arlen Bales became known as the Warded Man tattooed head to toe with powerful magic symbols that enable him to fight demons in hand to hand combat and emerge victorious Jardir armed with magicall I am utterly bewildered by the gushing four and five star reviews of this disappointing mess Not since UEEN OF FIRE have I been so disappointed with the final book in a seriesThe sad thing is that Mr Brett is an awesome writer I loved most of this series and it has a lot to do with this man s way with words He s great but fuck this bookThe sheer number of POVs widened so greatly by this installment that almost nothing happens for most of this book You have to keep going back to this one and that one to witness baby steps towards the climax The story has become much too shallow and stretched too thin I don t care what all these ancillary characters are up to I don t care about the political strife I don t care about mankind banding together I just care about the four or five main characters defeating the damn demon ueen and this was the smallest part of the bookThis problem was just beginning to show in the past couple of books but now it s a full grown issue We want Arlen mother fucking Bales Everyone else can go to the CoreSkip itPS I just wanted to add one thing HERMAPHRODITE

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Brett ð 5 Read Summary » The Core 105 An bend a captured demon prince to their will and force the devious creature to lead them to the Core where the Mother of Demons breeds an inexhaustible armyTrusting their closest confidantes Leesha Inevera Ragen and Elissa to rally the fractious people of the Free Cities and lead them against the Swarm Arlen Renna and Jardir set out on a desperate uest into the darkest depths of evil from which none of them expects to return ali I felt like The Core was a decent conclusion to the Demon Cycle series even if it was probably the weakest of the full Demon Cycle books It was still an entertaining read The Demon Cycle series has a lot of flaws but the thing it really has going for it is that Brett is a fantastic storyteller It is easy to get caught up in the happenings even if those happenings are often as annoying as they are exciting This last instalment of the series saw Sharak Ka the final war against demonkind finally arrive Arlen and Jardir headed to the Core with a few allies and the captured Alagai Ka in tow with the intent of riding the world of Alagai Ting Ka and her children The rest of the humans including Abban Leesha Briar Inevera Reagan and all the others we have met along the way were spread out protecting the remains of humanity on the surface against the deadly Swarm of demons sent from the Core The plot had both hits and misses Arlen and Jardir s journey to the Core had some cool moments but it also had some dull spots I liked the dynamic between the members of the group but was a little disappointed that most of the time they were just battling mindless drones The fact that we were only invested in the heroes suashing some monsters rather than people on both sides of the conflict reminded me a bit of reading the Forgotten Realms books Which is a pity as the human vs human conflicts in this series were its real strength and offered the depth that simpler old school series like Forgotten Realms lacked Alagai Ka the talking demonic prince had some entertaining moments but on the whole I felt like he was a bit of a flop I expected a devious talking demon mind to be a lot cooler than this The demons remain the enigma of the series Their very existence is the backbone of the worldbuilding and there is no doubt that Brett s world is a fascinating and exciting one and a big strength for the story Sadly the demons themselves only really filled the role that mindless zombies might have in a post apocalyptic story When the demon minds were introduced I hoped it would provide the level of emotional depth to the demon war that we got in the series through the various human conflicts but that never uite materialized As I ve mentioned before the real strength of the Demon Cycle books was the human conflicts Brett has a talent for making the reader invest emotionally even in the most horrid characters to the point that you were always interested in their stories regardless if you were rooting for or against any specific POV character The flaw of this final instalment was the fact that we got less of the human conflicts and of them just struggling to survive the attack of the mindless demon horde That battle did have some exciting moments but as I ve mentioned the Night War was never as interesting for me as the Daylight War The one big success for this final book in the series was that a lot of characters showed positive but still realistic growth in a positive direction I m always a big fan of that While I did feel like Brett got the pacing wrong probably for the first time in the whole series as the most boring bit of the book ran from the 85% mark to the 95% mark I did think the last 5% saved things and I was uite satisfied by the way Brett concluded all the various story arcs All in all this was a decent ending to a good if flawed fantasy series and I ll definitely be eager to pick up any future books published by Brett Rating 4 stars Audio Note Peter Bradbury did a good job with the narration of this series Öteki Düşman Olay Levinas Schmitt ve Badiou’da Etik ve Siyaset you were always interested in their stories regardless if A Scary Scene in a Scary Movie you were rooting for or against any specific POV character The flaw of this final instalment was the fact that we got less of the human conflicts and of them just struggling to survive the attack of the mindless demon horde That battle did have some exciting moments but as I ve mentioned the Night War was never as interesting for me as the Daylight War The one big success for this final book in the series was that a lot of characters showed positive but still realistic growth in a positive direction I m always a big fan of that While I did feel like Brett got the pacing wrong probably for the first time in the whole series as the most boring bit of the book ran from the 85% mark to the 95% mark I did think the last 5% saved things and I was uite satisfied by the way Brett concluded all the various story arcs All in all this was a decent ending to a good if flawed fantasy series and I ll definitely be eager to pick up any future books published by Brett Rating 4 stars Audio Note Peter Bradbury did a good job with the narration of this series

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Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð Peter V. Brett Peter V. Brett ð 5 Read Summary » The Core 105 Y warded weapons called himself the Deliverer a figure prophesied to unite humanity and lead them to triumph in Sharak Ka the final war against demonkind But in their efforts to bring the war to the demons Arlen and Jardir have set something in motion that may prove the end of everything they hold dear a Swarm Now the war is at hand and humanity cannot hope to win it unless Arlen and Jardir with the help of Arlen’s wife Renna c As far as I am concerned zero stars is a generous rating when it comes to The Core Mr Brett began high uickly began to fall and with each book only gained momentum I had been wondering whether I truly wanted to read this book already before I opened the first page I decided in favour for the sake of finishing the series It was a mistake so if you are a somebody like me somebody with too many books and too little time pass The Core and if you really want to know how things end read the synopsis instead What is it that I do not like so much The book is unevenly paced The beginning is boring and by this I mean the it takes you beyond plain boring onto the plane of masterfully wasted page count Lots of descriptions that do not contribute anything and I don t mean boss fights but clashes with minor demons that you forget the moment they fall predictably dead The protagonists the secondary and tertiary ones are preoccupied with irrelevant and petty matters Most of the time either they travel and fight demons or talk scheme have sex or talkfantasise about having sex or mutilate one another in absolutely perverse and pointless ways imaginable In general without the re read unless you happen to be binge reading the plot may seem inconsistent and illogical Thousands of meaningless conversations spinning around and introducing new threads to expand and then close existing ones Plus all these ting things were driving me crazy For how many pages can one lead barren discussions only to return to the same intrigues How long can one dispute their rightness only to conclude that something was inavera Is it really necessary for the story Oh well story One tends to forget about this minor detail Probably because it does not move a step ahead in the first half and then it rushes on without any regard for sense and logic I might have cared about these shenanigans if I cared for the protagonists Arlen Jardir and Renna stopped being instrumental and with the progress of their expedition became instruments Rojer s death in the fourth volume did not bother me at all to the contrary and not only because I hated the polygamous bastard but also because in my opinion it was clear that the author had run out of ideas about what to do with this character Still even I have to admit that his point of view a look from the perspective of Jardir s son in law a person associated with both the North and South was immeasurably interesting than the stopgaps served by Brett this time view spoilerthe story of R and E particularly that all the books concentrated on Krasia and the Hollow than the Thesians And why do they take the soft spot now Because they invented muskets Excuse me have I missed something The great secret of gunpowder hoarded by the herb gatherers was therefore guarded for nothing This is the very secret that Leesha did not want to share with Arlen which resulted with couple s breakup so to speak In other words solution of the gunpowder sub plot presented in The Core undermines the entire book 3 excuse me why did it read it because events lose their consistency hide spoiler