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Aeo, assassin for the king of Arata, thought wielding the legendary Bok’Tarong would be the ultimate show of power. Instead, his soul has become trapped inside the enchanted sword, and his only means of contact with the world is a new bearer who despises him for his crimes. They are humanity’s only defense against the mind-eating parasites preying upon mankind, and the keyAeo, assassin for the king of Arata, thought wielding the legendary Bok’Tarong would be the ultimate show of power. Instead, his soul has become trapped inside the enchanted sword, and his only means of contact with the world is a new bearer who despises him for his crimes. They are humanity’s only defense against the mind-eating parasites preying upon mankind, and the key to possibly destroying them forever. Doing so would mean putting their trust in new, dangerous allies … but if they fail, they’ll have to watch the world fall to the Coming Madness....

Title : soul of the blade
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ISBN : 23389438
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 327 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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soul of the blade Reviews

  • Kelsey
    2019-03-31 02:35

    I thought that this book was a roller-coaster of twists and turns! By the middle of the book, you feel as though you know the world back and forwards. My favorite part was watching the characters, particularly Aeo, grow and change with the people they met. When does the equal come out? :)

  • Amy
    2019-04-16 03:21

    I first learned about Soul of the Blade after reading the stand alone novella, Soul of the Guardian (find it here). The novella made me literally cry at work, it was impossible to put down, and got me hooked on the terrifying Entenna and their war on humanity. I had to read the book.Soul of the Blade introduced four engaging new characters, three of whom were POV characters. Each character contributed to the overall story and they were all easy to love and root for. The only character ,missing was Kole (from the novella), which was heartbreaking to say the least. However, a lack of Kole did not make Soul of the Blade any less of a wonderful book.It’s definitely a positive addition to the genre - excellent fantasy elements, flawed heroes and heroines, terrifying villains, and an expansive and diverse setting. It was engaging with awesome fight scenes and appropriate pacing throughout- there were never times where it felt like it was dragging. It was an exceedingly optimistic and refreshing read. While some aspects of the plot were easy to predict, that was not a detriment to the book as a whole. It rather led to wanting to know if I was right and made plot reveals that much more satisfying. An excellent book that had me crying happy tears by the end.

  • Brenda
    2019-04-03 09:19