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L like I ve done this book justice It deliviers the goods on all levels action intrigue character development ven a bit of humor Not only that the books are coming out in timely fashion In these days it s rare to wrap up a fantasy trilogy in a decade and it looks like McClellan is going to do three books in three yearsThe Crimson Campaign Go buy it Five out of five stars I probably should have written a review for this before plunging into the last book of the trilogy but it could not be helped I had to know how it would all work outDefinitely better than Promise of Blood and a great action packed free for all One man always makes a difference Sometimes it s a small one Other times he tips a war I m not huge on loving military campaigns and since this had 2 character PoVs with military type campaigns I should have been totally bored with this story and yet I wasn t Tamas is behind The Lost Queen (Faerie Path, enemy lines cut off from the world and thought dead trying to get his smaller portion of the army back home to meet 10015THISWASINCREDIBLEI m convinced this series was written for me I m also DOOMED to shamelessly love it I feel like I m in a powder trance after this book HOLY SHIT I once again dropped all other priorities to read this andnded up devouring it in two days Definitely my favourite read of 2017 Every night he s looking for the To Dwell in Darkness (Duncan Kincaid Gemma James, eye behind the flintlock So I thought book one was incredible somehow this book was better I just need to scream screams screams some loses voice The amount of fangirl feels I have right now is ridiculous The plot this time revolves around Tamas invading Kez and failing miserably Taniel is too busy smoking dope in a mala den to give a shit Adamant won t stop at nothing to rescue his family from an insane power hungry man There is nothing that will make a man desperate and capable of violence thanndangering his family It is as good as it sounds IT WAS SO AMAZING I loved To Dwell in Darkness (Duncan Kincaid Gemma James, every second spent reading this book There was so much death and I love DEATH There was also badassery amazing character development magicalxplosions lots of battles The action did not stop once seriously I d go to put the book down and decide to read one page next minute I ve read 100 because I had to know what was happening it was so fast paced like I couldn t keep up I love Flintlock fantasy so much and it s definitely one of my favourite sub genres of fantasy and am officially addicted to all things to do with guns magic can we all just stare in awe over the sexiest grandpa alive I literally loved all POV s I ven njoyed Adamants love Nila so bloody much now My favourites are still Taniel Ka Poel Tamas sexiest grandpa alive dies from swooning and Bo But I love all side characters too The Serpent of Venice except the baddies they suck Also there was some bitches in this book who picked on my baby Taniel I WILL STAB THEM IN THE EYE WITH A RUSTY SPOON I only have one wish and its to get my ship in the last book I HOPE IT HAPPENS You missed the morning s festivities Bo said to Adamat You call torturing a man festivities Adamat asked I m not a good person Bo said Recommended to all fantasy lovers andveryone who appreciates sexy 60 year old main charactersSorry but I can t write a coherent review right now I m all out of black powderPs I m ironically now a Powder Mage from snorting gun powdernose bleedPss I NEED TO EAT HEAPS OF BECAUSE MIHALI CAST A FOOD SPELL ON ME Jokes I m just a pig kinda wish I had the Marrying Winterborne (The Ravenels, excuse I was under a magical food spell Let the Kez come Tamas roared Let them send their greatest generals after us Let them stack the odds against us Let them come upon us with all their fury because these hounds at our heels will soon know we are lions Review for Promise of bloodRating so far Promise of Blood 10005The Crimson Campaign 10015Actual rating so far 1010 Faye adjusted her dress and took a deep breath Heryes traveled around the room A mix of Kiss of Surrender (Deadly Angels, emotions ranged across her face anger panic dear For a moment Nila thought she might snatch up a frying pan and kill her Nila wondered who she was Why was she here Obviously another prisoner Another player in Veta s schemes Could Nila trust her I m Nila she said And this is JackobFayesyes settled on Nila and she nodded with a frown I m Faye And I m going to kill the bastard I m have felt that way Happy Reading Mel 455 StarsTwo days That s the actual amount of time it took for me to finish this 600 pages book that s how fast paced this book isIt s not an The Weirdstone of Brisingamen exaggeration to say that The Crimson Campaign is a marvelous seuel that s better than the first book invery aspect The revolution that Tamas started in Promise of Blood has turned into an all out war with the Kez and with it the plot became so much Vastarien, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (English Edition) engaging than before Still told from the same four. Fend his country from an angry god KresimirBut the threats are closer to homeIn Adro Inspector Adamat only wants to rescue his wife To do so he must track down and confront thevil Lord Vetas He has uestions for Vetas concerning his nigmatic master but the answers will lead Adamat on a darker journeyWho will lead the chargeTamas's generals bicker among themselves the brig.
I m loving this series This one was ven better than the first and definitely sets up the third really well I was a little skeptical about this new Flintlock Fantasy trend but if this is typical of the subgenre I m sold 45 stars The 5 star rating is just within grasp based on the promising Winters Passage (The Iron Fey, enfolding ofvents in this worthy seuel to The Promise of Blood This is a good The Replacement Wife example of how a seuel leading into the final book of a series should be written There was no unnecessary padding plodding or diversion from prestablished plots from the previous book It did not suffer from what is termed as middle book syndrome Damned (Witch Hunt even though it did feel like a middle book albeit one that dexterously bridges the beginning of the story to its denouement setting the scenes to a potentially awesome climax in the finale The solid development of both the characters and plot from the perspective of the same 4 main characters from the first booknables the reader to further their investment in their individual storyline as well as greater appreciate the bigger picture I continued to njoy both Tamas and Taniel s POVs significantly Although the latter gave me a headache with his wallowing in self pity in the arlier chapters his relationship with Ka poel was intriguing and touching The political investigative spin of the story via Adamat did not Hot-Blooded Italians engage me as much initially butventually captured my attention as it grew in intensity That leaves the sole female POV in this series so far and although Nila does not appear very often her parts provide some perspective of the conseuences of the major Mlynowski Teen Thriller events on the common folk view spoilerWell turns out she is not so common after all hide spoiler 455 stars This book didn t let up RTC Injoyed the first book of this series very much and it got me interested in further Reggie exploring of the flintlock fantasy so I wasager to continue with this series and to find out was my infatuation with Promise of Blood a one time thing and after reading this I must say that it grew into something it grew into affectionI could ramble on about this book but that would be hard to do without giving away important parts of the story so I ll refrain from rambling and I ll keep it simpleReading this felt Switchback exactly like that 45 stars The hounds at our heels will soon know we are lions The Crimson Campaign was better in almostvery way compared to its predecessor All those problems I had with the character development That s gone Those problems with the pace That s totally gone I wasn t bored and remained almost 100% locked in throughout this Marrying Marcus (Virgin Brides, entire book which is absolutely incredible because I have the attention span of a goldfish so I am amazed One of the most important parts of a book to me are the characters something I think this bookxcelled at We re still following T Double Tamas Taniel Adamat and Nila as they deal with the revolution that s now become an all out war and I found all their POVs besides Nila s to be 10x as Belonging (Temptation, engaging as before The stakes have been raised asverything feels a lot personal and intense with many unexpected twists that delightfully came out of nowhere and kept me on my toes And I mean it Tamas is lost behind If Im Found (If I Run enemy lines and presumed dead Taniel Two Shot is wasting his life away in mala dens And Adamat is hunting for his missing wife Not only that Kresimir lives and is looking for the man who shot him in theyeSo yeah This was pretty great As much as I loved the first volume Promise of Blood this book slightly surpassed itThe Crimson Campaign is CaddyGirls everything the second book in a trilogy should be The danger is ramped up to 11 and beyond the characters continue tovolve and the principles find themselves in Assignment even greater danger by thend of the bookFrom the Philosophy of Religion early goings The Crimson Campaign grabs the reader by the short and curlies and won t let go Tamas soon finds himself on the run from the Kez army with a comparatively small force Taniel once hemerges from his mala haze finds himself opposed by his own army Adamat takes a tremendous beating in the course of finding his missing familyBrian McClellan is a cheeky little hamster The shifts in viewpoint come at the perfect dramatic times forcing me to read well past my bedtime and compelling me to forego housework as well Hell it Tamas showed up on my doorstep I d leave my white collar life behind and ride with him to hell and backFor me one of the measures of a good writer is to make me care about something I previously considered mind meltingly boring PG Wodehouse did it with golf and Brian McClellan did it here with military tactics While we re told Tamas is a military genius this book and the previous one do a phenomenal job showing him in actionI know I ve been gushing but I still don t fee. When invasion looms Tamas's invasion of Kez No Respect ends in disaster when a Kez counter offensive leaves him cut off behindnemy lines with only a fraction of his army no supplies and no hope of reinforcements Drastically outnumbered and pursued by the nemy's best he must lead his men on a reckless march through northern Kez to safety and back over the mountains so that he can de.
Main POV Tamas Taniel are right in the middle of the war while Adamat and the side POV Nila deal with the politics and the familial theme of the bookI ll keep my opinion on all the POV s as brief as possible the highest chance is that Taniel s story line will be the one you love the most when you get to this and although in my opinion Taniel s POV is hands down the best part of the book by far this doesn t mean that the other POV s suck in any way Adamat s story started really slow with mundane politics which I thought were unnecessary but soon it sprawled into a fast paced and compelling tale of how far a man will go to for their family and friends There is nothing that will make a man desperate and capable of violence than ndangering his family Every POV is heavily packed with actions that never fail to capture my attention complete with strategic military warfare Comptia Cysa+ Cybersecurity Analyst Certification Bundle (Exam Cs0-001) explosive magic combats and the fact that there s always something going on withach page and almost Economies and Cultures each chapternded with a cliffhanger made this book so hard to put down Plus Brian s simple prose that made the story flow fluidly The Crimson Campaign is an Designing with Web Standards excellent page turnerAll of them are really well written and structured with tons of characters developments andvolution towards all main and side characters Taniel and Ka poel has always been my favorite characters of the series since the first book but in this book I found another addition to that list There s a fantastic unexpected development to Bo Taniel s best friend His character received so much depth and I love Sadies Surrender (Oyster Harbor, everything that Bo does in this book that s all I ll say on this matter since I don t want to spoil you on what great things are waiting for you He had an honest face though Adamat found that honest faces were almost always deceptive Despite how fast paced and action packed this book is it actually stopped me from reading sometimes Why It s because of Mihali the chef from the first book Seriouslyvery time he appears he always cooked all this delicious foods that made me fucking hungry I m pretty sure Brian intentionally did this to make sure his readers take a break from his book once in a while someone Structure Of The Nucleus even made one of the food mentioned in the book Picture Mihali s soup by Kristina Bunnelcook me outside my room how bow dat After all these fantastic improvements what is it then that stopped me from giving it a full 5 stars rating The magic systems Don t get me wrong the magic combats and actions are all amazing and the reuirement to use them has been properlyxplained However there seemed to be no clear limitations to their power First Anthology ever since the first book Powder Mage forxample the book said that the usage of too much powder could make you go Powder Blind or dead but our main characters pretty much Releasing The Power Within Through Spiritual Dynamics everyone inhaled those powders likeating Pringles Sure there s some side Passage Through Crisis effect once in a while but I wish there s a CLEAR limitation to how many times they can actually inhale those powders The Privileged isven insane they just have to wear their arcane gloves and voila they could cast thunder flame wind tore off human bodies without any limit other than range This has been bothering me a bit since the first book but I thought it will be Science, Technology and Culture explained in the seuel and I m a bit disappointed on this aspect There are almost no likeable female characters in this series Ka poel is amazing she s one of my favorite characters in the book but the thing is she doesn t have any line because she s a mute and the other female characters are almost allither forgettable or highly obnoxious The female generals in this book just seemed to be there for the purpose of being hated which I must say Brian succeeded wonderfully I must mention though that just because a character is despicable it doesn t mean that they re poorly written at all it s actually the other way It s only when the character is really well written that I could lovehate them I just wish there were female characters in this series that could made me like them other than Ka poelDespite my issues with the book both of these are minor annoyances and it doesn t take my overall The Road to Einsteins Relativity enjoyment of the book The Crimson Campaign is an amazing seuel that s better invery aspect compared to the first book and I had a blast reading through it This book gave me a new appreciation for flintlock fantasy I never thought I ll Black Boy enjoy reading it this much compared to my usual EpicGrimdark fantasy books but I did and I can t wait to continue straight into the last book of the trilogy The Autumn RepublicI highly recommend this series to anyone who s looking to start flintlock fantasy or any adult fantasy fans in general 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Ades lose groundvery day beneath the Kez onslaught and Kresimir wants the head of the man who shot him in the ye With Tamas and his powder cabal presumed dead Taniel Two shot finds himself as the last line of defense against Kresimir's advancing armyIn a rich distinctive world that mixes magic with technology who could stand against mages that control gunpowder and bulle.
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Brian McClellan is an American epic fantasy author from Cleveland Ohio He is known for his acclaimed Powder Mage Universe and essays on the life and business of being a writerBrian now lives on the side of a mountain in Utah with his wife Michele where he writes books and nurses a crippling video game addictionBrian's novels include the Powder Mage Trilogy Promise of Blood The Crimson Camp