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eBook Inherited Danger: The Dawning of Power (Dawning of Power Trilogy) ePub

by Brian Rathbone

  • ISBN: 1470107988
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Brian Rathbone
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 276
  • ePub book: 1935 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1617 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 740

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Book 1 of 3 in the Dawning of Power trilogy Series.

Book 1 of 3 in the Dawning of Power trilogy Series. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.

Book Two of The Dawning of Power trilogy. White Wolf Press, LLC. Rutherfordton, NC 28139. The World of Godsland. The Dawning of Power trilogy. Dragon Ore. The Balance of Power trilogy.

Inherited Danger is Book Two of The Dawning of Power trilogy. Inherited Danger by Brian Rathbone, book two in the Dawning of Power Series. This is a traditional fantasy with a coming of age story at its center. Like book one, the writing and the world building made this book a real page turner and the short length did not hurt either.

Book 3 of 3 in the Dawning of Power trilogy Series.

White Wolf Press, LLC Rutherfordton, NC 28139 All rights reserved. Those of station and power attended his lessons to gain refinement and polish, but for those from the countryside, the purpose was only to stave off the epidemic of ignorance. His sentiments had always rankled, and Catrin wondered if the education was worth the degradation she had to endure.

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Book Two of The Dawning of Power trilogy The adventure continues as Catrin leaves her homeland behind and goes . If you haven't already, be sure to check out Call of the Herald, Book One of The Dawning of Power trilogy.

If you haven't already, be sure to check out Call of the Herald, Book One of The Dawning of Power trilogy.

Books related to The Dawning of Power Trilogy.

The Dawning of Power trilogy Call of the Herald Inherited Danger Dragon Ore The Balance of Power trilogy Regent Feral Regal The Artifacts of Power trilogy The Fifth Magic Dragonhold The Seventh Magic. Books related to The Dawning of Power Trilogy. The World of Godsland (Book 1).

Dangers from a distant past threaten the world once again, and no one is safe. Start listening to Inherited Danger on your phone right now with Player FM's free mobile app, the best podcasting experience on both iPhone and Android.

Слушайте Inherited Danger (автор: Brian Rathbone, Chris Snelgrove) бесплатно 30 дней . Keith Hughes via Goodreads. The Dawning of Power trilogy: Call of the Herald ( Free ebook), Inherited Danger, Dragon Ore. The Balance of Power trilogy: Regent, Feral, Regal.

Слушайте Inherited Danger (автор: Brian Rathbone, Chris Snelgrove) бесплатно 30 дней в течении пробного периода. Слушайте аудиокниги без ограничений в веб-браузере или на устройствах iPad, iPhone и Android. The Artifacts of Power trilogy: The Fifth Magic, Dragonhold, The Seventh Magic. Dragons of Dawn trilogy (Prequels): Dragon Airways, Onin, Ascension. This series is written for adults but is also appropriate for young adult readers ages eleven and up.

Echoes of the past shall peal like thunder... Product Description: Inherited Danger is Book Two of The Dawning of Power trilogy. Leaving her homeland behind, Catrin Volker goes in search of knowledge and peace, unaware that she will face the greatest evil her world has ever known. The World of Godsland fantasy series includes:The Dawning of Power trilogy (Omnibus Edition available) Call of the Herald Inherited Danger Dragon Ore The Balance of Power trilogy (Omnibus Edition available) Regent Feral Regal

Comments

Gavirim Gavirim
This is definitely a middle book, so requires the first and last books of the trilogy to bring about closure. However, despite this, there are enough unique elements to let this one carry its own weight for the series as a whole.

Caitrin continues to develop, though it is at a slow pace. Her friends who travel with her also develop, and Brian does a wonderful job of preventing them from overshadowing the heroine. However, a few of the secondary characters continue to feel a bit like a cardboard cut out, rather than a real person. Caitrin struggles to come to grips with who she is beyond what her powers make her, and so wavers between a whiny teenager and a mature woman who cares too much for those around her.

After the party leaves their home in search of answers, there is an entirely new area of the world to be developed, and Brian does a good job with this - inserting information without making it a big info dump. A few points along the journey show up as a bit thin, as if the narrative tried to completely unravel on the author, and he struggled to keep everything pointing the same direction.

Over all, however, the story does a wonderful job of enmeshing you in the threads and carrying you along through the fast paced action until you slam into the end of the book and blink at reality as it firms up around you again.

A nice, fun, light read.
Rexfire Rexfire
This book picks up just after the end of the first book…because it had too. Needless to say I didn’t like the way the first book ended, but since it rolled over so evenly into the second one, I was more opened-mined to continue reading the story. (I bounced back and forth between listening and reading on my Kindle.)

In this follow up to the Call of the Herald, Catrin goes on a “Lord of the Rings” type journey in search of…I think, the understanding of her power. The style of this story seemed a bit different from the first book, but after I got used to it, it wasn’t too bad. My major complaint is that not a lot happens for a long time and then everything seemed to happen all at once.

It was nice to learn more about Catrin’s background and that of her friends, even though, outside of Benjin (can’t remember how this is spelled), the others characters seem to do very little. There are tons of new characters introduced and some of them are even still alive at the end of the book, and who knows they may appear in the next story.

The understanding of the role of Herald isn’t clarified explicitly, but I think this is a good thing. It gives the reader room to decide if the Herald is a vessel for good or evil before seeing how things will play out in the story. At this point, it could still go either way for Catrin, especially sense she can’t seem to decide if she’s a strong feisty fighter or a meek lost child. Sometimes she takes hold of the situation and uses her powers boldly and other times, she makes me think of a young wizard hold out his wand with his eyes clothes hoping that he’s doing something right. I want Catrin to be a stronger woman than acts like sometimes.

Also, some of the relationships in this book are too quick or underdeveloped. Catrin meets her grandmother and a few passages later, we’re on to something else.

After saying all this, I want to be clear that I did enjoy this story, just not as much as I did the first one. I’ll eventually continue the series and would recommend it to fans of epic fantasy.
Renthadral Renthadral
As the 2nd book of a trilogy, there is a danger that this book will just serve as transition for the finale. Fortunately, there is plenty of action in the 4,110 locations. Death comes to some characters, and other characters fade into the background. Catrin steps even more firmly into the spotlight.

The novel asks the interesting question of does fate cause prophecies to come true, or is people who believe in prophecy that cause those same prophecies to be fulfilled?

Solid follow-up to the first book. I'll pick up the 3rd book, so I'd say the author got me interested enough to keep going.

The background is interesting enough that I would be interested in other stories set in the world.

As I said in my first review, I appreciate that the author hasn't written 1200 page tomes. I've read a lot of 19th Century works, and I like my books in smaller sizes, like this one.

Definitely worth getting if you like fantasy.
Envias Envias
In this second book of the Godsland series Catrin is growing up from the little girll she was in book 1,She turns 18 in this book anf the excitement of this fantasy continues. She is still learning the full extent of her powers,and she is loved, hated,or feared by everyone she has crossed paths with. Catrin. The excitement keeps coming in this book as she travels to the dessert, moths aboard ship to get to other countries. Along the way she loses friends and gains others, that would risk their lives for her. She is the Herald that has was prophetitised foe centuries, she is very confused as her power changes and she begins to understand it, although she does not want to be the Herald.
The excitement continues, as it did in the first book, and there are continuous danger to her and her guardians and it is everywhere they travel to,as she tries to prevent global war and bring peace to all countries. There is just too much happening to give a picture by picture description of what she goes through. She is just a scared confused former farm girl that is really trying to figure out her powers, and what she is to do with them with. Exceptionally well written series and right now the cost of Brian Rathbone's books are really low. These books will most likely become very popular within the genre, as they should be. Don't let this very well written series get away from you.Hopefull there is no review that gives away too much, as there usually is. I will not spoil the experience you should have within the pages.