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In Treachery Forged (The Law of Swords Book 1) (English Edition) von [Tatum, David A]
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THE LAW OF SWORDS: A set of laws written to prevent infighting among Svieda’s Royal Heirs in the event the King dies unexpectedly. One of these laws has never been needed… until now.

Book I: In Treachery Forged

Following the rebellion of the Borden Isles, the Kingdom of Svieda was forced to make a pact with the Sho’Curlas Alliance in order to maintain the world’s balance of power.

Many years later, that pact was betrayed, suddenly and irrevocably, when the Sword King of Svieda was brutally assassinated by the Sho’Curlas Ambassador in the opening act of an invasion.

To help save his country in the ensuing war, Sword Prince Maelgyn must travel to the Province of Sopan, take command of his armies, and join his cousins in battle. Along the way he rescues a Dwarven caravan, forges a badly needed alliance, and accidentally gets married.

And then he learns about the dragons….


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  • Verlag: Fennec Fox Press; Auflage: 1 (20. Januar 2014)
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Practically Immersed in action from page one. Good, interesting and very likeable characters that let you get involved in their lives and perils. Good fun!
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HASH(0x99ce23f0) von 5 Sternen Great characters, unique story 14. Januar 2014
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This is one of the rare character driven stories that also does a great job of world building with well developed plot lines. I love character driven stories and the character development of Maelgyn and his accidental wife is realistic, fun, and unique. The other characters are more than 2 dimensional and the author's unique take on dwarves, elves, etc was refreshing. There was a nice balance between descriptions, action, and dialogue (I hate pages and pages of description, if you read enough fantasy you don't need 3 pages describing the castle, town, tavern, forest, clothes or whatever). The dialogue was excellent I thought and each character's words seemed unique to that character. The political intrigue was enough to keep me on my toes. I also didn't notice any serious editing issues. This is a honest review and I do not know the author (see my profile for positive and negative reviews, I only mention this as this is the first review for this book and it seems to me that a lot of first reviews appear to be written by friends and family). I will be looking forward to the next installment in the series.
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HASH(0x999d021c) von 5 Sternen Not Bad at all 21. Januar 2014
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First the disclaimer I do not review spelling or grammar not my thing

I picked this book in all honesty because of the title and the cover, the price was a little up there.

In some aspects this is the typical book young man has a task and needs to fix things most books are basic that way but there are times when you find a book that is a little different and they add a little more to the book. Some would call it world building or character creation, that is true but there needs to be a little bit more and I think this book has it.

I found that this book was fun and interesting there was great character building and basic world building which allowed you to understand what is behind it all. What he did with the elves I thought was a good twist and he added a new race to boot. The so called wife was a great twist and I love how he did it.

In the end it was a good read worth the money and the author I feel good potential with the story and I am looking forward to read the next one. I would have given this five stars but I wanted hold off to see how the next book turns out for that.
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HASH(0x99a74210) von 5 Sternen A good read 2. Februar 2014
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Read a sample first, like it enough to get book and was not disappointed. It had an interesting take on the races that populate the average fantasy novel and while most authors use medieval Europe as the cultural base this one mixed in some Japanese aspects. The characters are engaging and likeable enough but the plot bogged a bit around haft way through, don't worry it picks right up. All in all I enjoyed reading the book and hope book 2 isn't too long await.
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HASH(0x999d01ec) von 5 Sternen Very solid beginning of a new series 15. Mai 2014
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The basic plot is nothing new (Evil empire invades and the prince must save the day) but the world and characters are very interesting and well thought out.

The only reason I wouldn't rate this a five star book is the author's unnecessary usage of Japanese culture.

The author uses Japanese terminology throughout the book which is fairly immersion breaking. For those that disagree, I offer this explanation: Think of this book as a translation. The original language of the tale is the native language of Svieda and we are reading a translation of it to our own. In the world of the book, the characters are still speaking their own language. So when they use words like sword, axe, etc., they aren't actually saying sword but are using whatever word they had developed through their own history to say it. The "translation" uses the word sword because it is an equivalent word from our own language. However, words like katana, kimono, naginata aren't words from our language. They are borrowed from the Japanese language to describe items of Japanese culture. When the characters use these words, then they must actually using these words in their own language which is infinitesimally improbable that a completely different culture would develop the same words and attribute them to the same object. It's like translating a Roman text and instead of translating Hasta to spear or leaving it as hasta (with an explanation of what the Hasta is), the translator used the word Yari (Japanese word for spear).

If the author really wanted his characters to use katana and wear kimono, he could have come up with names that are more in-world and then described them so the readers understand they are comparable to katanas and kimonos.

Also, the way elves speak is incredibly annoying. After every sentence (and in the middle of longer sentences), they restate the verb along with the relevant pronoun (E.G. The water is cool, it is.). This is a trait of Japanese speech that the author has translated and rammed into the book's world. It would be fine if the elves only did it occasionally or even if they only used it when they had finished speaking, but the author insists they use it in every single sentence they speak. Going through monologues that are seven to eight sentences long where there are about twelve instances of "they are", "it is", etc. really breaks the flow of reading.

I like Japanese culture, but using it where it isn't needed is silly.
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HASH(0x99997fb4) von 5 Sternen It was okay. 10. Februar 2014
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It was okay. The characters were a little flat in my opinion but I happily read until almost the end. Then I had the feeling of being in a marathon "just a little bit longer and I'm done" More showing and less telling, maybe? Would I read a second book? I would definitely give it a try.
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