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READER ✓ DOC The Price of Valor ↠ The Shadow Campaigns FREE à FEEDMARKFORMULATE ✓ [Read] ➵ The Price of Valor (The Shadow Campaigns, #3) Author Django Wexler – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk In the latest Shadow Campaigns novel Django Wexler continues his “epic fanIn the latest Shadow Campaigns novel Django Wexler continues his “epic fantasy of military might and magical conflict” following The Shadow Throne and The Thousand Names as the realm of Vordan The Price PDF or faces imminent threats from without and withinIn the wake of the King’s death war has come to VordanThe Deputies General has precarious control of the city but it is led by a zealot who sees traitors in every shadow Executi 455 StarsDjango Wexler brings balance to the forceIn the acknowledgments section of the book Django stated that this is the first book that he wrote after having heard the response to his previous volumes; contrary to The Shadow Throne which was almost completed already before The Thousand Names publication This is also why this book is another great addition to the seriesThe Price of Valor is a wonderful balance that resulted from the storytelling direction of the previous two books in The Shadow Campaigns series Where the first book is all about actions and campaigns the second book focused heavily on politics and revolutions; the third book is a combination of bothRaesinia and Marcus storyline deals with the conspiracy in Vordan that revolves around secrecy civil war and politics that’s similar to the tone of the second book The second half of their storyline is really good especially when it started connected together with Winter’s story but admittedly their POV is also where I have a few problems with because the first half of their story just didn’t grab me as much as I wanted to; sometimes they even bore me because they felt like fillers at times “Three men can keep a secret only once two of them are at the bottom of the river” Part of the reason why I feel this way is also because Winter’s POV is just so damn compelling and I just can’t wait to go back to her POV; which is also my favorite part of the book Together with Janus they go on a campaign reminiscent of the first book and the shifting of tones between the three POV’s brought a fantastic compelling tale that’s addictive to read “Liberators are always popular than conuerors And a return to law and order is welcome once people have gotten a taste of what life is like without it Technically although there’s always something going on in the book the actual main plot moved at a very slow pace This can be a problem for those of you who are looking to progress the plot with this installment but in my opinion this book is very important to the series because it finally closed the storyline in Vordan and also in this installment we finally get to see the real villain of the seriesEvery character development here is written really well especially for the female characters I’ve stated this repeatedly but if you’re looking for a military fantasy that features great female characters read this series Every male in this series except for Janus just pale in comparison to the female characters This of course doesn’t mean that all the female characters are lovable I’m pretty sure Jane was created to infuriate the readers but luckily her existence is crucial for Winter’s great character development so it's not moo pointThe world building improves significantly In my opinion the first two book felt like reading historical fiction due to the lack of magic in this book not only we get to see of the world outside Vordan and Khardan magic finally played a part in the plotThis is the halfway point of The Shadow Campaigns series and so far until now the series hasn’t disappointed me For me this series at this point is already better than The Powder Mage series and looking at how the story concluded here I have a good feeling I will have fantastic time with the last two installments of the series as the story can finally go full throttle to the main meat Highly recommended for fans of FlintlockMilitary fantasy You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at BookNest

The Price of Valor The Shadow Campaigns #3In the latest Shadow Campaigns novel Django Wexler continues his “epic fantasy of military might and magical conflict” following The Shadow Throne and The Thousand Names as the realm of Vordan The Price PDF or faces imminent threats from without and withinIn the wake of the King’s death war has come to VordanThe Deputies General has precarious control of the city but it is led by a zealot who sees traitors in every shadow Executi 455 StarsDjango Wexler brings balance to the forceIn the acknowledgments section of the book Django stated that this is the first book that he wrote after having heard the response to his previous volumes; contrary to The Shadow Throne which was almost completed already before The Thousand Names publication This is also why this book is another great addition to the seriesThe Price of Valor is a wonderful balance that resulted from the storytelling direction of the previous two books in The Shadow Campaigns series Where the first book is all about actions and campaigns the second book focused heavily on politics and revolutions; the third book is a combination of bothRaesinia and Marcus storyline deals with the conspiracy in Vordan that revolves around secrecy civil war and politics that’s similar to the tone of the second book The second half of their storyline is really good especially when it started connected together with Winter’s story but admittedly their POV is also where I have a few problems with because the first half of their story just didn’t grab me as much as I wanted to; sometimes they even bore me because they felt like fillers at times “Three men can keep a secret only once two of them are at the bottom of the river” Part of the reason why I feel this way is also because Winter’s POV is just so damn compelling and I just can’t wait to go back to her POV; which is also my favorite part of the book Together with Janus they go on a campaign reminiscent of the first book and the shifting of tones between the three POV’s brought a fantastic compelling tale that’s addictive to read “Liberators are always popular than conuerors And a return to law and order is welcome once people have gotten a taste of what life is like without it Technically although there’s always something going on in the book the actual main plot moved at a very slow pace This can be a problem for those of you who are looking to progress the plot with this installment but in my opinion this book is very important to the series because it finally closed the storyline in Vordan and also in this installment we finally get to see the real villain of the seriesEvery character development here is written really well especially for the female characters I’ve stated this repeatedly but if you’re looking for a military fantasy that features great female characters read this series Every male in this series except for Janus just pale in comparison to the female characters This of course doesn’t mean that all the female characters are lovable I’m pretty sure Jane was created to infuriate the readers but luckily her existence is crucial for Winter’s great character development so it's not moo pointThe world building improves significantly In my opinion the first two book felt like reading historical fiction due to the lack of magic in this book not only we get to see of the world outside Vordan and Khardan magic finally played a part in the plotThis is the halfway point of The Shadow Campaigns series and so far until now the series hasn’t disappointed me For me this series at this point is already better than The Powder Mage series and looking at how the story concluded here I have a good feeling I will have fantastic time with the last two installments of the series as the story can finally go full throttle to the main meat Highly recommended for fans of FlintlockMilitary fantasy You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at BookNest

MOBI á The Shadow Campaigns ¸ Django Wexler

The Price of Valor (The Shadow Campaigns, #3) Ù To war against Vordan the enigmatic and brilliant general Janus bet Vhalnich offers a path to victory Winter Ihernglass newly promoted to command a regiment has reunited with her lover and her friends only to face the prospect of leading them into bloody battleAnd the enemy is not just armed with muskets and cannon Dark priests of an ancient order wielding forbidden magic have infiltrated Vordan to stop Janus by whatever means necessa Fuckin’ love this series One of the best military fantasies out there MOBI á The Shadow Campaigns ¸ Django Wexler

Django Wexler ¸ DOC

Django Wexler ¸ DOC Ons have become a grim public spectacle The new ueen Raesinia Orboan finds herself nearly powerless as the government tightens its grip and assassins threaten her life But she did not help free the country from one sort of tyranny to see it fall into another Placing her trust with the steadfast soldier Marcus D’Ivoire she sets out to turn the tide of historyAs the hidden hand of the Sworn Church brings all the powers of the continent You can find this review and at BooksprensThe Price of Valor finally achieved what its predecessors failed to attain the perfect balance between military and politics Some loose threads are being tied up at last and found their place in the bigger picture That being said I sadly struggled during at least the first third of the book TPoV started with a battle Given the minimalistic context and an ever growing number of new battalions and regiments it was really hard for me to visualize the field and the scale of the conflict or to even care about the outcome if truth be told I was also very frustrated by the main characters’ passive attitude or poor decisions I felt like Winter Marcus and even Raesinia were the shadows of their former selves at the beginning of the book However I can only encourage you to be patient with them because they won’t fail to surprise throughout the other two thirds of TPoV A great general would only fight when the outcome is a foregone conclusion And a perfect general would outmaneuver his enemy so utterly leave the position so completely hopeless that the futility of fighting would be obvious to even the most dim witted foe The perfect victory is the battle that is decided before it is even fought and therefore never needs to be fought at all Wexler proved once again his genius and a perfect mastery of his uniue cocktail of history military tactics and politic machinations TPoV brushes a relevant picture of the ugly aftermaths of a revolution the ensuing chaos the economic collapse and the rise of opportunism mistrust and violence And when power shifts so radically the line is very thin between democracy and tyranny “Liberators are always popular than conuerors And a return to law and order is welcome once people have gotten a taste for what life is like without it” Character wise and aside from the frustrating beginning at least for me TPoV showed new facets of almost all the major players Faced with unexpected circumstances way out of their comfort zone they all had to adapt and change and learn in order to survive Some of the greatest scenes for me were precisely those where characters finally sorted through their issues memories or bad feelings and opened up to each other I wish there were of those in the series PS what went wrong with the ebook I seriously had the impression that I was reading an un proofread ARC There were a lot of typos in my Kindle ebook I lost track I don’t know if there was some kind of mistake with my copy or if other readers experienced the same thing but 8 is pretty expensive for an uncorrected book