Jewel of the Endless Erg

Jewel of the Endless Erg

After surviving Skyhold's deadly labyrinth, Hugh and his friends are looking forwards to an uneventful summer. Their teacher Alustin has chartered a sandship for a training expedition into the vast sea of sand known as the Endless Erg, aiming for the wealthy and powerful desert city of Theras Tel. Hugh's happier than he's been in a long, long time, and he's quite excited for the fresh air, sunshine, and quiet.

Of course, given Hugh's luck, their summer is going to be anything but quiet. They're about to be plunged into a morass of pirates, monsters, warring cults, flesh-tearing sandstorms, and a conspiracy against Indris Stormbreaker, the dragon queen of Theras Tel herself.

At least Hugh's going to get plenty of fresh air and sunshine.

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    Jewel of the Endless Erg Reviews

  • Alan

    Rating: 3.5I was not disappointed. Ok, maybe a bit, since I am not so much into dragons, but a relatively boring story turned out surprisingly cool. First book was better, second was worse, but that i...

  • Travis Riddle

    Intricacy seems to be John Bierce's wheelhouse, and it's on full display in Jewel of the Endless Erg, which is a marked improvement on the previous book and a fun new chapter in the Mage Errant series...

  • Khaled

    A massive improvement on its predecessor almost in every way. The writing quality seems to have skyrocketed exponentially in this installment and the author is definitely showing rapid signs of growth...

  • Dea

    This sequel offers improved writing and tons of heart-stopping action scenes but I think I prefered the first book in terms of character development. The only thing I quite disliked were the romance s...

  • Deathofrats

    I found this book very frustrating as i liked Hugh's development and enjoyed the story but hated the romance. To explain romance is normally something i like but here we had the kind that makes me avo...

  • Sha

    Plot: Ragtag bunch of librarian mages go on a field trip on a sandship across a big-ass desert and into a city ruled by a dragon. Unrest ensues. 1. I continue to absolutely love the magic system in th...

  • Eli Sheppard

    Enjoyable but rushedBierce seems to have created a wonderfully rich fantasy world, unfortunately, he doesn't seem to want to take the time to share it with his readers.The lack of time spent on explor...

  • Curtis

    Excellent What started out in book one explodes in book two, with far more plot and action than you might have thought you were in for. There’s good character progression, tons of new characters and...

  • Eric

    (Warning: it's not really possible to avoid spoiling part of Into the Labyrinth when discussing this book.)The second installment of the Mage Errant series picks up not long after the first one en...

  • Karthik Vijayan

    5 out of 5.This is my 50th book this year, and I cannot expect a better book to mark the completion of 2020 reading challenge.5/5 is not for the brilliance in story crafting or prose, but Im giving it...