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!!> Reading ➹ The Night of the Swarm (The Chathrand Voyage, #4) ➱ Author Robert V.S. Redick – Eiyo.us

The Night of the Swarm (The Chathrand Voyage, #4) Robert V.S Redick Brings His Acclaimed Fantasy Series The Chathrand Voyage To A Triumphant Close That Merits Comparison To The Work Of Such Masters As George R.R Martin, Philip Pullman, And J.R.R Tolkien Himself The Evil Sorcerer Arunis Is Dead, Yet The Danger Has Not Ended For As He Fell, Beheaded By The Young Warrior Woman Thasha Isiq, Arunis Summoned The Swarm Of Night, A Demonic Entity That Feasts On Death And Grows Like A Plague If The Swarm Is Not Destroyed, The World Of Alifros Will Become A Vast Graveyard Now Thasha And Her Comrades The Tarboy Pazel Pathkendle And The Mysterious Wizard Ramachni Begin A Quest That Seems All But Impossible Yet There Is Hope One Person Has The Power To Stand Against The Swarm The Great Mage Erithusme Long Thought Dead, Erithusme Lives, Buried Deep In Thasha S Soul But For The Mage To Live Again, Thasha Isiq May Have To Die.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➹ The Night of the Swarm (The Chathrand Voyage, #4) ➱ Author Robert V.S. Redick – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    The Imperial Great ShipChathrand, also known as the Wind Palace, carryingthan 800 souls under the command of Captain Nilus Rose, has finally reached the end of its travels across the turbulent seas of Alifros After four books, I found it incredible when I came acoss a comment by Felthrup, the woken rat, that only one astronomical year has passed since its departure from the Etherhorde docks So much has happened, so many friends I have made aboard and beyond this great ship, that I am l The Imperial Great ShipChathrand, also known as the Wind Palace, carryingthan 800 souls under the command of Captain Nilus Rose, has finally reached the end of its travels across the turbulent seas of Alifros After four books, I found it incredible when I came acoss a comment by Felthrup, the woken rat, that only one astronomical year has passed since its departure from the Etherhorde docks So much has happened, so many friends I have made aboard and beyond this great ship, that I am left with an overwhelming sadness there isn t an island shore left to explore, some new magical creature...


  2. says:

    5 StarsThe overall series warrants 5 stars as well.This was an amazing adventure and wonderful series Non stop action, epic adventure, and wonders and mystery to discover are all here waiting for you to discover as you embark on these voyages of the Chathrand I loved every one of these books including this final installment The epitomize the adventure story and I got lost in the world created by Robert V.S Redick The Night of the Swarm is the fourth and final book in the series that starts 5 StarsThe overall series warrants 5 stars as well.This was an amazing adventure and wonderful series Non stop action, epic adventure, and wonders and mystery to discover are all here waiting for you to discover as you embark on these v...


  3. says:

    read some 100 pages and on the one hand the book moves well and I enjoy reading about Pazel, Tasha and the rest, but on the other the whole doom time and we are the saviors subject makes taking it seriously a bit hardI finished The Night of the Swarm and the one thing I want to emphasize for now is that the ending may be the best ever to a fantasy series I ve read the book itself moves well and a lot happens would not do to spoil as there are a ton of wow moments, however its general the read some 100 pages and on the one hand the book moves well and I enjoy reading about Pazel, Tasha and the rest, but on the other the whole doom time and we are the saviors subject makes taking it seriously a bit hardI finished The Night of the Swarm and the one thing I want to emphasize for now is that the ending may be the best ever to a fantasy series I ve read the book itself moves well and a lot happens would not do to spoil as there are a ton of wow moments, however its general theme of heroes having to prevent the doom time gives it a bit too much predictability as the big picture goes with the Alifros...


  4. says:

    The Nilstone has released the Night of the Swarm This cloud of darkness will destroy the world of Alifros The only hope for survival is removing the Nilstone from Alifros To do this, the friends must band together and take the perilous journey on the River of Shadows Not only must the friends face the River of Shadows but they are being hunted by the Sorceress Macadra, she will stop at nothing to possess the Nilstone.The Night of the Swarm is a nail biting, non stop action adventure that wou The Nilstone has released the Night of the Swarm This cloud of darkness will destroy the world of Alifros The only hope for survival is removing the Nilstone from Alifros To do this, the friends must band together and take the perilous journey on the River of Shadows Not only must the friends face the River of Shadows but they are being hunted by the Sorceress Macadra, she will sto...


  5. says:

    The Night of the Swarm, as a book alone, deserves 5 stars The Chathrand Quartet deserves 5 stars and warrants any fan of fantasy fiction to read, absorb and radiate in awe to the talent of author Robert VS Redick I cannot recommend these books any than to say this is a MUST read The books weave a roller coaster story The environment is detailed beautifully Fast action scenes Great characterisation and characters you really care for and probably one of the best endings to any series I The Night of the Swarm, as a book alone, deserves 5 stars The Chathrand Quartet deserves 5 stars and warrants any fan of fantasy fiction to read, absorb and radiate in awe to the talent of author Robert VS Redick I cannot recommend these books any than to say this is a MUST read The books weave a roller coaster story The environment is detailed beautifully Fast action scenes Great characterisation and characters you really care for and probably one of the best endings to any series It is compelling Sure this series will be compared to other like stories it is inevitable But when it has been written with so much commitment, care and attention, is it really that important The answer is no.Purchase the four books and immerse yourself in the land of Alifros, and Bali Adro Follow the company and adventures of Pazel Pathkendle, Thasa Isiq, Neeps, Marila, Hercol and Sandor Ott Laugh and shed a tear Cheer and curse Enjoy The I...


  6. says:

    Fantastic ending to a great fantasy story Scary as hell monsters, surprise deaths, strange ending I read the epilogue several times because my first take on it was dissatisfaction but it was somewhatpalatable with extra readings I am still not happy about the fate of the primary character in the epilogue I kept saying You need to wait, just wait a while longer The Nigh...


  7. says:

    WHAT THE FUCK JUST HAPPENED I mean, it ended, I can t deny that But what the hell, man.Things to say, I ll come back tomorrow I have a lot of emotions about this right now.On the one hand, there are so many great characters in this series of books Most of them felt 3 dimensional and varied and complicated However, there got to be a lot of characters introduced that DIDN T feel that way, especially any that were introduced from book 3 or book 4 I don t know why, but the B WHAT THE FUCK JUST HAPPENED I mean, it ended, I can t deny that But what the hell, man.Things to say, I ll come back tomorrow I have a lot of emotions about this right now.On the one hand, there are so many great characters in this series of books Most of them felt 3 dimensional and varied and complicated However, there got to be a lot of characters introduced that DIDN T feel that way, especially any that were introduced from book 3 or book 4 I don t know why, but the Bali Adrins never felt alive to me I couldn t really cared about them especially not Lunja who it seems Redick really wanted us to care about I think the problem is that the cast became so varied, that even when we were traveling with a relatively small group of people, like 8 or 9, people still faded into the background because there were so many stories to tell The characters just couldn t keep up.There was a lot of time spent on describing weird landscapes This has practically become a pet peeve of mine, when authors go o...


  8. says:

    The tetralogy is concluded and we lay to rest Pazel and Thasha, Neeps and Mirila, Hercol and Neda and dozens of other well developed characters Some we set aside, this story has concluded but their lives are unfinished and others we lay to rest in the proverbial Felthrup disapproves of this usage sense of the word In four books so well written in the parting from such distinct and unique personalities there is the feeling of having devel...


  9. says:

    I love Mr Redick s writing, and I have loved the inventiveness and depth and vibrance of the world of Alifros over the course of the Cathrand Voyage Quartet But I would be lying if I said I enjoyed this final installment as much as The Red Wolf Conspiracy or The Ruling Sea Many of the facets of the story that drew me into Pazel and Thasha s world have been a bit lacking in the last two volumes, The River of Shadows and The Night of the Swarm The grand sea voyage aboard the great and venerabl I love Mr Redick s writing, and I have loved the inventiveness and depth and vibrance of the world of Alifros over the course of the Cathrand Voyage Quartet But I would be lying if I said I enjoyed this final installment as much as The Red Wolf Conspiracy or The Ruling Sea Many of the facets of the story that drew me into Pazel and Thasha s world have been a bit lacking in the last two volumes, The River of Shadows and The Night of the Swarm The grand sea voyage aboard the great and venerable Cathrand was replaced by land adventures in strange, exotic places, and I did miss the plots and intrigue special to a crew brought together and kept togethe...


  10. says:

    Update OUTSTANDING A review is forthcoming Not a review yet I will write one after I read it but I had to share some sad newsI m ticked I just found out that Victor Gollancz Publishing gollancz on twitter has cancelled the hardback edition of the last book of a series I have been reading and patiently awaiting to complete my collection of The Night of the Swarm by Robert V S Redick promises to be an awesome culmination to an epic fantasy series, but Gollancz The Orion Group has de Update OUTSTANDING A review is forthcoming Not a review yet I will write one after I read it but I had to share some sad newsI m ticked I just ...

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