A Grant of Arms

A Grant of Arms

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, 2014, 4-stars, kindle, epic-fantasy, 2021-re-read, kindle, ebooks, morgan-rice, Fantasy, Fiction, Young Adult, Epic, Business, Adventure, Heroic Fantasy, Romance

In A GRANT OF ARMS (Book #8 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor is caught between titanic forces of good and evil, as Andronicus and Rafi use all of their dark sorcery to attempt to crush Thor s identity and take control of his very soul. Under their spell, Thor will have to battle a greater fight than he has ever known, as he struggles to cast off his father and free himself from their chains. But it may already be too late.

Gwendolyn, with Alistair, Steffen and Aberthol, ventures deep into the Netherworld, on her quest to find Argon and free him from his magical trap. She sees him as the only hope to save Thor and to save the Ring, but the Netherworld is vast and treacherous, and even finding Argon may be a lost cause.

Reece leads the Legion members as they embark on a near-impossible quest to do what has never been done before: to descend into the depths of the Canyon and find and retrieve the lost Sword. As they descend, they enter another world, filled with monsters and exotic races all of them bent on keeping the Sword for their own purposes.

Romulus, armed with his magical cloak, proceeds with his sinister plan to cross into the Ring and destroy the Shield; Kendrick, Erec, Bronson and Godfrey fight to free themselves from their betrayal; Tirus and Luanda learn what it means to be traitors and to serve Andronicus; Mycoples struggles to break free; and in a final, shocking twist, Alistair s secret is finally revealed.

Will Thor return to himself? Will Gwendolyn find Argon? Will Reece find the Sword? Will Romulus succeed in his plan? Will Kendrick, Erec, Bronson and Godfrey succeed in the face of overwhelming odds? And will Mycoples return? Or will the Ring fall into complete and final destruction?

Title:A Grant of Arms
Edition Language:English
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    A Grant of Arms Reviews

  • Sue

    Enough already, the writing just repeats itself constantly, I think to get the required maximum number of words he needs in a book to get published so he can make more money because you will have to b...

  • Carolyn

    I was a little worried because the last one seemed to be improving, but this one was pretty bad again, so yay! It is very much like passing an accident on the freeway, you can't not look.It ended with...

  • Gwen Goble-Bartzen

    I don't understand why I am still reading this series. It's like a train wreck, you just can't look away. Please make it STOP!...

  • Adrian Viloria

    Can't believe I've read this far lol....

  • Ravenous Raven of Mordor

    *Listened to on audiobook*To find ones self, one must be lost.The destiny sword once again is traversing the lands quicker than Andronicus can kill, while hero’s are in pursuit, others are left to a...

  • Kimber

    Okay. I like this series..or liked. Books 1 - 6 were great but about now I'm just saying to myself: "OMG! Please be the last one! How does it end? I want it to end!!!" I know for a fact that is at lea...

  • Julie Powell

    Another enjoyable installment in the series. I have the bundle, 7, 8, 9 but wanted to write a review for #8. As usual, it is filled with battles, magic and imaginative lands and creatures and though t...

  • Jeremy Michael Gallen

    Derivative but good.* contains spoilers for prior books *In the eighth installment of Morgan Rice's The Sorcerer's Ring saga, Andronicus and his minion Rafi attempt to crush the soul and identity of t...

  • Sharon Hughson

    For young adult readers, this book is a tidal wave of adventure, battles and twists. For an adult reader, it feels like Rice just throws a monkey wrench into things to stretch out the length of the se...

  • Erth

    I read this book and had to get the other 16 in the series. I just could not put it down. Some days i read for 8 hours straight. What a great fantasy ride. So much is happening in these books but the ...