The Shadow of Gods



[PDF] ✩ The Shadow of Gods By Brian D. Anderson – E17streets4all.co.uk Valshara has fallen, and the forces of Angr l are advancing For the first time, human and elf must shed blood as one, in order to stem the tide of evil But new hope has arisen From across the Western Valshara has fallen, and the forces of Angr l are advancing For the first time, human and elf must shed blood as one, in order to stem the tide of evil But new hope has arisen From across the Western Abyss, a people long forgotten have returned The Shadow PDF/EPUB or However, hope comes at its own price Gewey must choose between his bond of love, and his duty to the world he is struggling to save.The Shadow of Gods

Brian D Anderson was born in , and grew up in the small town of Spanish Fort, AL He attended Fairhope High, then later Springhill College where his love for fantasy grew into a lifelong obsession His hobbies include chess, history, and spending time with his son.

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Shadow of Gods
  • Brian D. Anderson
  • English
  • 08 March 2017
  • 061577072X

10 thoughts on “The Shadow of Gods

  1. says:

    The Godling Chronicles The Shadow of Gods, Book 3Written by Brian D AndersonNarrated by Derek PerkinsI love where this is going, at times, lol Battles, intrigue, mysteries, Gewey finds outabout himself, some humans and elves come together, and soooo muchLove the magic, suspense, love, battles, creatures, and epic fantasy.love this so much The narrator is sooo good, he is consistent in all the books and does so many different voices and creatures Awesome job

  2. says:

    Quite engrossing This series is earning a solid 4 stars across the three books read, so far, despite typos and an occasionally slow pace, when the author describes things that don t matter to the plot, like where someone is sitting at the table Alliances join hands from across the Great Abyss ocean and from Far East Wonderful and terrible powers grow apace, on both sides of the fight Gewey the godling gets a new name, Darshan, while seeking powerful ancient weapons in the desert Meanwhile Quite engrossing This series is earning a solid 4 stars across the three books read, so far, despite typos and an occasionally slow pace, when the author describes things that don t matter to the plot, like where someone is sitting at the table Alliances join hands from across the Great Abyss ocean and from Far East Wonderful and terrible powers grow apace, on both sides of the fight Gewey the godling gets a new name, Darshan, while seeking powerful ancient weapons in the desert Meanwhile, the faithful servant Millitt rises nobly to his new station in life, while Lee Starfinder and his son Jacob strive to save Lady Penelope from the enthrallment of Lord Angr l, the reborn king.Funny scenes between Gewey and the stiff lipped navigator on the ship Cute Action packed battle scenes in the desert Political alliances and betrayals amid the 12 kings of the 12 city states New friendships take root, newly discivered history prophecy is revealed The story continues with the sequel, next on my list.Superb narration by Derek Perkins

  3. says:

    Gewey Stedding has much to learn about his personal power Kaylia seeks to help Gewey do this and to complete the bond too An elf named Aaliyah tells the elves that she and her companions are from the Western Abyss Aaliyah wishes to help train Gewey for the battles ahead and to become his bonded mate Kaylia is fiercely upset by this announcement Gewey says he will not choose Aaliyah over Kaylia Kaylia agrees that Gewey should be trained Aaliyah and Gewey leave by ship to reach their destin Gewey Stedding has much to learn about his personal power Kaylia seeks to help Gewey do this and to complete the bond too An elf named Aaliyah tells the elves that she and her companions are from the Western Abyss Aaliyah wishes to help train Gewey for the battles ahead and to become his bonded mate Kaylia is fiercely upset by this announcement Gewey says he will not choose Aaliyah over Kaylia Kaylia agrees that Gewey should be trained Aaliyah and Gewey leave by ship to reach their destination Lee and his son Jacob must find a way to rescue his wife from the Reborn King Reborn King is gathering an army the likes of which haven t been seen since The Great War Will Gewey choose Aaliyah How will Gewey s training go What is The Reborn King planning to do Your answers await you in The Shadow of Gods.Each book keeps getting better and better I love the growth in Gewey s character I love that he s embracing his powers rather than allowing them to rule him I find the addition of Jacob to be interesting to Lee s overall character with deep regrets, remorse, longing, and love too I applaud Mr Anderson on encouraging the creativity in his son I look forward to the next book

  4. says:

    Every now and then the party needs to split up I thought the party was spread a little thin at one stage We had Gewey sand surfing the desert surrounded by foes on all sides Leigh heading into a trap aided only by his broody son Jacob Maybel is unaware that she s being escorted by an Elf who is on the turn Kaylia is with a hybrid army of elves and humans readying to storm Valshara And meanwhile back at the ranch, Larry and Stretch are surrounded by marauding Apache oops sorry Grover wrong Every now and then the party needs to split up I thought the party was spread a little thin at one stage We had Gewey sand surfing the desert surrounded by foes on all sides Leigh heading into a trap aided only by his broody son Jacob Maybel is unaware that she s being escorted by an Elf who is on the turn Kaylia is with a hybrid army of elves and humans readying to storm Valshara And meanwhile back at the ranch, Larry and Stretch are surrounded by marauding Apache oops sorry Grover wrong book All this while Gewey seems to be believing his own press and is pumping himself up before yet another possible trip to the healers tent My advice this is only book 3 so settle petrel

  5. says:

    just keeps keeps getting better and better I honestly think this book is up there with Some of the greatest fantasy books of our time its that well written Im not going to give any spoilers but I love the part where Gewey rides the Waters of shajir or the bood of the dessert I wish we had that way of traveling even with the risk of the vortex Once again Brian D Anderson you left me excited for

  6. says:

    this book was very hard to actually get into The first to books were much better, almost seemed like the author couldnt seem to come up with a good trasistion point for this book Characters were uninteresting and you could really care less for them and the story line just seemed to be jumpy Hopefully the next book will be better, since the first books were good Would still recomend reading this just to be able to read the next one though.

  7. says:

    The only fault with this book is that you have to wait for the fourth one to be released The characters are well defined and the world they live in is alive in my imagination There is enough detail there to get your creative mind fired up without boring you of the details of how they cooked they rabbit stew hate books that go into to much detail I thoroughly recommend this series so far.

  8. says:

    Enjoying the series This series is not as complex as Wheel of Time or Game of Thrones but it is engaging and I enjoy the world Anderson has created Because it is not focusing on as many story lines it is easier for me to pick up for a few chapters and resume later when I have time.

  9. says:

    Hmmm, for the last book of a trilogy this felt like just a warm up to what follows I must say this is a good series but not great I feel that the reborn king remains far too distant so far as a brooding and near invisible presence We shall see where this goes next Of course including the prologue and first chapter of book four was a every clever move.

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