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Buddy read with wonderful VFI have to give it to this author, he writes excellent battle descriptions He reminds me of Erikson in that manner, despite of his style being quite different, because these two are the only authors who manage to enthrall me in long battle scenes I drink in every word and marvel at the images in my mind.Another lovely trait of Cameron is that he rocks this fuckloads of PoV thing We have a lot of PoV s in this instalment again, some new characters And even though I Buddy read with wonderful VFI have to give it to this author, he writes excellent battle descriptions He reminds me of Erikson in that manner, despite of his style being quite different, because these two are the only authors who manage to enthrall me in long battle scenes I drink in every word and marvel at the images in my mind.Another lovely trait of Cameron is that he rocks this fuckloads of PoV thing We have a lot of PoV s in this instalment again, some new characters And even though I was annoyed AF by a couple of them, I loved seeing the events through their eyes.There was a new setting and the scope of the events were bigger this time Not just wild vs men but anyone thing was fighting anyone thing or making alliances To prepare for the even bigger events in the future books Some questions are answered view spoiler like captal s angel what a conceited idiotic tosser hide spoiler and opposing powers revealed a bit And the romance here felt a bitnatural but weirdness still clings to it, here and there.I ve had two grievances with this book The king of Alba a.k.a the moronic fucktard version of Pollyanna The cunt He aggravated me like no other I want him to choke on his balls, but since he doesn t seem to have one, or a spine either, I ll have to accept him being run down by a sword.The other was that we didn t get enough Red Knight Most of the time, he was absent even when he was there Not his usual filling everywhere presence Still, I loved learning a bitabout his past and family view spoiler his mum is a scary bitch it would have been shocking if gabriel had turned out normal, considering he was raised by that cunt with the fangy cunt buuuuuut that made me resent the easy way he opened up in the first book, in the most cringeworthy romance setting ever,to the creepy girly girl nun he should have beenguarded than a virgin on her 7th husband just saying hide spoiler This was a better book than the first one in some aspects, but red knight is still my favourite.Ending with one of the soundtracks that started playing in my mind, while reading this book What a great book.First one was also great but I had troubles getting used to so many PoV s I still can t say whether I like it or not but now I m used to it so I could enjoy this book from the start.I pretty much covered it all in my review of the first book but there is somedevelopment to the series.Overall this book isof the same We again see Red knights against overwhelming odds, within stakes than just empire who hired him, but this time his main enemy are not monster of What a great book.First one was also great but I had troubles getting used to so many PoV s I still can t say whether I like it or not but now I m used to it so I could enjoy this book from the start.I pretty much covered it all in my review of the first book but there is somedevelopment to the series.Overall this book isof the same We again see Red knights against overwhelming odds, within stakes than just empire who hired him, but this time his main enemy are not monster of the wild.This time his adversaries are humans who are different kind of monsters.There is lot of characters from first book present sadly no bear PoV this time withbeing added so there are evenPoV s I am pleasantly surprised how some minor stories from the first book are developed especially Peter s which isn t so minor any.Him and the Sossag where one of the highlights of this book and his PoV was one of my favorites along with Red knight s and Mortirmir s.In this book there is lotworld building We find outabout history, political relations and trade and it s here as well as in combat we see Cameron s background as historical fiction writer.In conclusion, Traitor son cycle is shaping out to be one of my favorite fantasy series along with First law, Powder mage, Malazan book of fallen and Stormlight archives The Fell Sword is the second book in The Traitor Son Cycle, coming after the rip roaring and dragon slaying beginning in The Red Knight We head back to the Red Knight and his company and are quickly ensued in an exciting, political and high medieval tale The Red Knight sighed Sometimes I think you all take me for granted, he said and went off to wash the blood off his hands We follow familiar faces in the Red Knight s company as they descend from Alba to lands faraway, paid to put down a The Fell Sword is the second book in The Traitor Son Cycle, coming after the rip roaring and dragon slaying beginning in The Red Knight We head back to the Red Knight and his company and are quickly ensued in an exciting, political and high medieval tale The Red Knight sighed Sometimes I think you all take me for granted, he said and went off to wash the blood off his hands We follow familiar faces in the Red Knight s company as they descend from Alba to lands faraway, paid to put down a local rebellion in true Miles Cameron style it is not that simple The Red Knight was the perfect beginning of this intriguing fantastical world with knights and irks aplenty The Fell Sword is a different beast, veering slightly away from the bloody and blood pumpingly epic battles in favour of a deeply political tale, that still contains an almighty battle There is a distinct change of pace from the unstoppable The Red Knight which is welcome as it is written masterfully The Red Knight s company takes a slight back pedal as we are introduced to muchthan just a company being paid to protect others We meet new POVs and return to old ones The Queen of Alba is facing political unrest, The Wilde are once again plotting, and other minor plots interweave this story Sauce grinned Anytime, baby, she said We could make that our motto, allowed the Captain As I am a massive fan of Cameron s historical medieval series, I loved the setting of The Fell Sword and all of it s bright, shiny, polished medieval doings The jousts, the white armour , the ghiavarina I have one of those, a beautiful type of Italian spear I really enjoyed reading about the clothing and the little details The Fell Sword is dedicated by Miles Cameron to the re enactors and I can say for certain re enactors will love to read of this world in it s fantasy setting.Although the battles were few, they were glorious and as always wonderfully written Cameron has a way of writing battles that makes them feel so authentic, details really helping you as the reader to feel as if you are there in the midst of it all, listening to the blood curdling screams and the clamour of weapons It should come as no surprise that they are threatened by those who make war a profession We don t need to be manly or brave All we have to do is win There is no second place, and we get paid just as well whether we lose half our men or lose no men The middle of the book contained a lotpolitics than I predicted but I enjoyed discoveringabout the world of Alba, Morea and Thrake The characters were fleshed out and each story arc was interesting There was a feeling of preparing the reader for the next book, which hinted to me at an even bigger andintense plot coming and I m sure it will be completely worth the slower pace in this one Dariusz felt something like admiration for the Red Knight They clearly read the same books 5 5 Another romping success in the world of the Traitor Son Cycle The Fell Sword had intense battles and a good dose of world building and political intrigue, setting up the next book nicely Stay tuned Full review now posted I believe I was a bit too harsh on this book when I first finished it So, after mulling it over, and reading the next book in the series, I am bumping my original rating up to 3.5 stars The Fell Sword is a good book by almost all my fantasy standards, but it did suffer a bit from middle book syndrome..and possibly my unreasonable expectations Nah Surely Not The beginning and the end sequence were great, but the middle just seemed to stretch on forever There was a lo Full review now posted I believe I was a bit too harsh on this book when I first finished it So, after mulling it over, and reading the next book in the series, I am bumping my original rating up to 3.5 stars The Fell Sword is a good book by almost all my fantasy standards, but it did suffer a bit from middle book syndrome..and possibly my unreasonable expectations Nah Surely Not The beginning and the end sequence were great, but the middle just seemed to stretch on forever There was a lot going on, but not much in the way of action After the action packed first book, that was a bit of a letdown This installment starts out with The Red Knight and his mercenary group of misfits on their way to the neighboring country of Morea to take on a mission for the Morean emperor But before they can even make it to their destination they receive word of a coup to take over the country So, they rush head long into an unexpected situation, with not much information and a huge military disadvantage What could go wrongVictory in war is usually the result of compromising what you want and behaving like those you despiseApart from the events in Morea there are other story arcs that are in motion There is public unrest in the Alban capital city of Harndon that threaten not only the people of the city, but the queen herself The beasts and races of The Wild are massing in the north, and only their unnatural leader Thorn knows their next move Also, there are hints of a much larger scheme in the works But who are the players and what is the prize There is no doubt this story has a lot going on It seems this book was intended to set up the next book I say that because there is a lot of planning and not a lot of action Plus, having already read the next book before writing this review I know what this planning is leading up to In The Fell Sword there is continued world building and the introduction of quite a few new characters The Red Knight was mainly focused on view spoiler the events at Lissen Carak and The Red Knight himself hide spoiler We get to learnabout this world Mr Cameron has created and spend time withcharacters in the second book This change in pace was what really affected my rating the most between the first two books The Fell Sword does have many moving parts with all the different story lines, continued world building, and development of new characters This definitely shows the versatility in Mr Cameron style He doesn t have to go full throttle all the time with action scene after action scene While I was taken by surprise by this, I admire him for his ability to be flexible with his writing Now on to book 3.errrr I mean 4 to continue this adventure 3.5 stars Fantastic follow up to The Red Knight Mr Cameron has developed an amazingly complex story with plots and subplots that pull you right into the world I enjoyed gettingin depth with some of the characters, meeting a few new ones, seeing the plots thicken, and getting a better feel for the magic There were also a few unexpected twists and some very interesting revelations The author does an amazing job weaving many complex plots, which at this point haven t all converged there are a p Fantastic follow up to The Red Knight Mr Cameron has developed an amazingly complex story with plots and subplots that pull you right into the world I enjoyed gettingin depth with some of the characters, meeting a few new ones, seeing the plots thicken, and getting a better feel for the magic There were also a few unexpected twists and some very interesting revelations The author does an amazing job weaving many complex plots, which at this point haven t all converged there are a projected 5 books in this series so this could take some time But each of the POV s gives a great look into the different aspects of this world There are many things taking place throughout the kingdom and the outlying Wild Humans and creatures are forming alliances, lines are being drawn though some of those lines aren t firmly settled yet and powers throughout the kingdom continue to vie forpower Mr Cameron, also writes historical fiction, so has been able to showcase his knowledge of medieval warfare and arms in such an amazingly vivid way Not only are his battles scenes played out in great detail, but he goes so far as to explain the donning of armor and how it affects the characters movements These aren t things I typically think about I just don t usually stop to think how limiting armor can be These details aren t all that exciting, but they added that extra insight that you wouldn t otherwise get unless of course you ve had the opportunity to wear armor One small issue I had with this book which by no means hurt my rating is that it has so many POV s it can be a little difficult to keep them all in order at first, especially when a few of the characters go by several titles or names As this is the second book many of the characters were already familiar, but I still needed to do a little recap after waiting a few months before continuing the series Just something to keep in mind if you plan to read Well, this continues to be a fascinating story and is a must read for any reader who enjoys great world building and a complex plot I m very much looking forward to the next book When the world goes to shit the great do well enough in their fancy armour and their strong castles It s we who suffer The men in the middle First of all thanks to my good friend Orient for the buddy read This series is so much fun with you Now my review The Fell Sword is the second book in The Traitor s Son cycle series by Miles Cameron, and was one that I savoured slowly This book continued almost immediately after the events of the first book The Red Knight, and we see his band of When the world goes to shit the great do well enough in their fancy armour and their strong castles It s we who suffer The men in the middle First of all thanks to my good friend Orient for the buddy read This series is so much fun with you Now my review The Fell Sword is the second book in The Traitor s Son cycle series by Miles Cameron, and was one that I savoured slowly This book continued almost immediately after the events of the first book The Red Knight, and we see his band of mercenaries take on the job of rescuing the captured Emperor.This one definitely was a lot slower paced than the first book and didn t quite have as many action scenes You know what though, I didn t mind this at all, because this book portrayed a different kind of war There were several plot lines running throughout but all of them were linked by the fact that politics played a heavy role There were betrayals, plots to usurp kings and Emperors, and spies aplenty Beneath all that there was even a subtle war between shape shifting dragons These were all storylines that had to be dealt with using political moves rather than outright war It s not something everyone enjoys in a book but I have to say I loved it I really enjoyed keeping several plot lines in my head, trying to work out what characters actually meant by what they said you know reading between the lines, and it was so great when truths were revealed This is a book you really have to concentrate on but one I personally found so interesting and well written.As well as my old favourite characters returning, their were a few new ones introduced too, that served purposes for both sides One of my favourites was the introduction of the Fairy Knight, a legendary irk Though he is a creature of the Wild who are perceived to be monstrous, his character shows us a deeper understanding of them They are not all innately evil creatures, they have sides too and only seek to make sure their race is not eradicated by enemies.Another aspect I loved so much about this book were the parts where celebrations took place There was a wedding, and scenes where Christmas winter solstice was celebrated by all the various races In both events lots of drinking, merriment and dancing took place This was so much fun to read about, and I almost felt I was a part of it all I wished I was This book wasn t completely without battles though, there was one mother of a one, right towards the end, where both swords and sorcery were used together Goddamn that was good It also definitely sets up all the pieces for the third book, The Dread Wrym, which I can already tell is going to be epic 3.5 StarsThe Fell Sword didn t quite reach the heights of The Red Knight, but was still an enjoyable book that left me eager to read the next book in the series The story picks up right where the first book ended The siege at Lissen Carak is over and the Red Knight and his company are oncelooking for work They take a job in the Morean Empire, hired by the Emperor to help with a rebellion To the surprise of no one, the circumstances when they arrive isn t what they expected and they are 3.5 StarsThe Fell Sword didn t quite reach the heights of The Red Knight, but was still an enjoyable book that left me eager to read the next book in the series The story picks up right where the first book ended The siege at Lissen Carak is over and the Red Knight and his company are oncelooking for work They take a job in the Morean Empire, hired by the Emperor to help with a rebellion To the surprise of no one, the circumstances when they arrive isn t what they expected and they are soon pulled into a muchdangerous situation than they first imagined All of the goodness from the first book is back for the second volume Skillful writing with a frequently clever turn of phrase Smart dialogue that naturally showcases character s personalities Well written action scenes that, due to their realistic grounding in medieval combat, read differently than most fantasy battles Interesting world building that combines familiar touches from an alternate Europe with plenty of the author s own creations Some of the things that I ll specifically praise is the expanded scope of both the world itself and the overarching story narrative As the company travels and works in Morea, muchof the broader world is seen than was shown in the first book Also, my disappointment at not having a map was rectified by the addition of a very helpful map The story also continues to increase in scope Additional plot threads, hinted at in the first book, becomefleshed out here I m loving how some of the seemingly separate storylines are gradually coming together The characters continue to shine in this book as well All the returning faces from the first book have their moments here, and several show interesting growth There are plenty of new additions as well, swelling an already large cast Despite all the good, book two was a slight step back from book one for me for two main reasons First, despite all the fun things happening, it felt as if a good chunk of the book was setup There was a whole lot of maneuvering for position that at times dragged just a touch It was still an entertaining and engaging read, but unlike the first book there were some slower moments The second reason was a fairly shocking number of editorial errors Despite the very high quality of the writing, there were some egregious mistakes At least two prominent characters who have their own POV sections had their names changed from book one to book two, with no explanation There are also a number of confusing sections where a main character is suddenly referred to by a name or title that has never been mentioned before, making me go back and make sure I understood who I was reading about I ve never seen issues like this in any book, let alone a book released by a major fantasy publisher like Orbit It wasn t enough to put me off the book clearly , but it was certainly a bit jarring This was still an excellent book, and so far I will still highly recommend the series It s engaged me enough that I ve been ordering the next book before I finish the current book so I can keep reading the series straight through *READ DOWNLOAD ⇲ The Fell Sword ✗ THE RED KNIGHT was one of the most acclaimed fantasy debuts ofand now he rides again Prepare for one epic battleIn The Fell Sword the Red Knight and his company go across the mountains to the Morea and Thrake those are the kingdoms to the east of Alba to put down what appears to be a local rebellion and proves to be larger In the process, the readers will get to see a little of the meta plotThe Red Knight will meet a beautiful princess Jean de Vrailly will grow in power and worldly glory Amicia will develop her own power while getting into a quarrel with the church that will have long term effects for everyone Readers will meet the Faery Knight and the irks are developed as people and not enemies The sides shift, and the stakes grow La secrétaire the readers will get to see a little of the meta plotThe Red Knight will meet a beautiful princess Jean de Vrailly will grow in power and worldly glory Amicia will develop her own power while getting into a quarrel with the church that will have long term effects for everyone Readers will meet the Faery Knight and the irks are developed as people and not enemies The sides shift Bases d'optique géométrique : Des instruments ardents à la formation des images pour comprendre la vision et les couleurs de l'arc-en-ciel and the stakes grow A fab BR with a great comrade, worth to be knighted, Nils Thanks for BRing this series with me More exciting action from Gabriel and Bad Tom, amongst others I love the relationship between the company members There was a lot of outwaller scenes that took me a bit to get into, but once I did, I was as enthralled as I was for the rest of it.Amazing battle scenes yet again, cinematic and exquisite detail From maneuvers to arms and armour Right up an old reenacter s alley.I ll look forward to listening to the next on Audible EDIT I listened and loved