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The Autumn Republic ePub ´ 580 pages Download Ô feedmarkformulate ó ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Autumn Republic By Brian McClellan ✸ – The capital has fallenField Marshal Tamas returns to his beloved country to find that for the first time in history the capital Everal weeks awayAn army dividedWith the Kez still bearing down upon The Autumn Epubthem and without clear leadership the Adran army has turned against itself Inspector Adamat is drawn into the very heart of this new mutiny with promises of finding his kidnapped sonAll h Adro is in foreign hands Taniel Two Shot is missing and presumed dead The war with the Kez continuesThe conclusion of the Powder Mage trilogy has been a long time coming Not in a geological George RR Martin sort of way but I've been anticipating it since closing The Crimson Campaign Was it worth itPit yes All the seeds Brian McClellan planted in the previous two volumes bore bloody fruit Who would have thought what an important character Nila the washer woman would have become in the first book Or the depths of the machinations of many of the charactersAs with the previous book the meat of the book is with Tamas and Taniel both of whom have traveled a long carnage strewn road since the first book And let's not forget Inspector Adamat I'd love a series of young Inspector Adamat novelsI'm actually at a loss for words on how to review this without too much spoilage The ending was everything I hoped it would be complete with a single solitary man tear running down my cheek near the end All the loose ends were tied up or burned off and things ended pretty much how I thought they would 45 out of 5 stars

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Ope rests with oneAnd Taniel Two shot hunted by men he once thought his friends must safeguard the only chance Adro has of getting through this war without being destroyedTHE AUTUMN REPUBLIC is the epic conclusion that began with Promise of Blood and The Crimson Campaign The perfect ending to an incredible series earns my first 5 stars of 2015I fell in love with this series immediately and it uickly became one of my favorites The Autumn Republic continues what Promise of Blood and The Crimson Campaign starts with Tamas' dream of Adopest becoming a republic instead of a monarchy This time a foreign army occupies Adopest the capital and the Kez army threatens the border The world building in this series is amazing I love the different levels of magic including Knacked Powder Mages and Privileged I'm a sucker for a good magic system and this is no exceptionI know one of the issues with some of the other books stems from not having a female perspective but McClellan seems to have taken that advice to heart giving the reader a look into the world of Nila who ends up playing an important role in the events of this book While his female perspective is a little bit shaky I think it will improve with time Many authors struggle with the point of view of the opposite gender so it is a rather minor complaintI finished the majority of this book in one day unable to put it down and when a book captures my attention so wholly it is an easy five stars for meThe Autumn Republic has action magic and some great characters and I highly recommend it for any fantasy lover

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The Autumn RepublicThe capital has fallenField Marshal Tamas returns to his beloved country to find that for the first time in history the capital city of Adro lies in the hands of a foreign invader His son is missing his allies are indistinguishable from his foes and reinforcements are s The Autumn Republic is the conclusion to the Powder Mage trilogy Brian McClellan’s debut series and in my opinion it ended satisfyingly on a great note while saving stories for the future trilogyI’ll try keep my review for this one as brief as possible to avoid spoilers The story continued straight after the end of book 2 and it followed the same 4 main POV Yes there is no side POV Nila the only female POV of the series finally get the spotlight she deserved “I would die for my country But I’d rather kill for it Ready your troops We march” Continuing the tradition of The Crimson Campaign the book doesn’t waste any time getting back to its action seuences It's still heavily packed with well written actions this is especially true during the first half and the last uarter of the book During these sections events played out like watching an A actions movies full of war magic combats fast paced battles that will always glue you to the page It’s explosive filled with gore and it’s obvious that the flintlock actions and characters interactions are really the strongest points of the series not the actual plot itselfPicture Powder Mage RPGHowever don’t let this action packed conclusion lead you to believe there aren’t any character developments to be found here there are actually a lot of great relationships and personality developments for almost everyone especially for Nila and Bo I’m actually surprised by how much Nila and Bo developed ever since their first appearance in the first book I think they’re the one who received the most evolution compared to the other charactersThe Privileged magic system also finally received the proper explanation to how it really works even Ka poel power finally received the same treatment although I still craved for explanation to her magic system and background I think it’s passable for now All the battles magic clash and how the story concludes satisfyingly after the fantastic climax really make me wish I could rate this book a 5 star but I just can’tThis book was actually shaping to be a full 5 star read for me but then there are two cons that really hindered me from doing soFirst I can’t stress this highly enough Adamat’s storyline could really be trimmed down I’m talking about the middle section the filler part or what I would say the “bombing” arc It was pointless boring and a complete struggle for me to read through It’s just not interesting at all the thing is this particular section which lasted around 100 pages provides close to zero importance to the main story line and I just don’t care about any of it despite how much I wanted to It was a complete momentum killer after the great first half of the book Luckily his POV managed to pick its paces back up again during the last uarter of the storySecond one character is a complete Mary Sue I kept on waiting for an explanation to her insanely powerful power but nope there isn’t one Sadly I can’t dive deeper into this without spoiling anything so this is where I’ll stopBy the end of the trilogy it’s in my opinion that The Powder Mage is a great series filled with great action scenes uniue magic systems and lovable characters I personally think that it’s a great introduction for anyone who’s looking into starting flintlock fantasy or adult fantasy in general and I’ll recommend it highly you may even love this trilogy than me This is Brian McClellan’s debut series and after this new found love for flintlock fantasy it’s safe to say that I’m intrigued to find out how much Brian develop as an author in his new book Sins of Empire the first book in his new standalone trilogy Gods of Blood and Powder which take place in the same universe and from what I heard it’s his best work so far Overall series review Promise of Blood 45 Stars The Crimson Campaign 455 Stars The Autumn Republic 45 Stars The Powder Mage trilogy 12515 Stars You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at Booknest