[PDF / Epub] ★ The Sword and the Flame (The Dragon King, #3) ✈ Stephen R. Lawhead – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Sword and the Flame (The Dragon King, #3) In The Third Volume Of The Dragon King Saga Quentin Finally Reigns As The Dragon King Faced With The Kidnap Of His Son, He Struggles With His Conscience As He Again Faces Necromancer Nimrood This Timethan A Kingdom Hangs In The Balance This Edition Contains Anglicised Spellings.

[PDF / Epub] ★ The Sword and the Flame (The Dragon King, #3)  ✈ Stephen R. Lawhead – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Sword and the Flame (The Dragon King, #3)
  • Stephen R. Lawhead
  • English
  • 08 July 2017
  • 0745946194

10 thoughts on “The Sword and the Flame (The Dragon King, #3)


  1. says:

    First I d like to say please don t judge all Lawhead books by this one His later works are MUCH better However this book was really not worth reading The characters are cardboard cut outs Every single character behaves exactly as you would expect them to except maybe for Quinton whose ridiculousness mood swings were just annoying and out of proportion with what had happened I kept hoping Theido would slap him in the face Seriously that would probably have solved half their problems right t First I d like to say please don t judge all Lawhead books by this one His later works are MUCH better However this book was really not worth reading The characters are cardboard cut outs Every single character behaves exactly as you would expect them to except maybe for Quinton whose ridiculousness mood swings were just annoying and out of proportion with what had happened I kept hoping Theido would slap him in the face Seriously that would probably have solved half their p...


  2. says:

    A five star read excellent epic fantasy about faith, betrayal, trust, friendship, depression and salvation Quentin, the Dragon King who has defeated the monstrous Nin, now faces his greatest challenge, as the evil necr...


  3. says:

    By read, I actually mean that I gave up on this trilogy I can t imagine that this book would be any better than the previous two Clich piled on clich , with powerless women and a bundle of fantasy stereotypes, compounded by over elaborate, unnatural writing I did used to like Lawhead s writing, but not so much in these books It might have got ...


  4. says:

    Not very good I mean you have the Dragon King throwing temper tantrums and kids saving the sword of light Very childish book with very little detail.


  5. says:

    Too spread out to too many pov characters, IMHO The denoument, however, was worth it.Like the first two of the trilogy, this book has strong Christian themes, with Quentin serving the One God and trusting that the God won t forsake him in his darkest times This was fine It fit the book and world, and it added to the story However, it left me expecting a literal deus ex machina moment the entire book, which sort of happened in the first two Hmm This did kind of happen, and it is not as fun Too spread out to too many pov characters, IMHO The denoument, however, was worth it.Like the first two of the trilogy, this book has strong Christian themes, with Quentin serving the One God and trusting that the God won t forsake him in his darkest times This was fine It fit the book and world, and it added to the story However, it left me expecting a literal deus ex machina moment the entire book, which sort of happened in the first two Hmm This did kind of happen, and it is not as fun My writer self was unsatisfied at this plotting.Characters I didn t like Quentin He turned mopey I liked Pim I disliked Esme s scenes because she felt strange Very little happened in most scenes I couldn t feel attached to anyon...


  6. says:

    I really liked this book and I really want to give it five stars but for one thing that went through all three books and came back blatantly in the last one I told you once that for men of my race, no higher honor could come to them but that they serve a great master and help him achieve his greatness says Toli of the dark skinned race to Quentin of the Light skinned race Normally I don t get into that and yeah this book was written in the 80s but seriously Would it have been so hard to I really liked this book and I really want to give it five stars but for one thing that went through all three books and came back blatantly in the last one I told you once that for men of my race, no higher honor could come to them but that they serve a great master and help him achieve his greatness says Toli of the dark skinned race to Quentin of the Light skinned race Normally I don t get into that and yeah this book was written in the 80s but seriously Would it have been so hard to make them both light skinned or both dark skinned instead of having the darker race s greatest achievement be to serve the lighter race Or just have Toli be a really good friend of Quentin s from the start and have them work together side by side as equals instead of Toli insisting on being his servant despite Quentin s protests If you can get past that it was a very good book otherwise And it was nice th...


  7. says:

    A lot of Authurian usage in this one From feelings of betrayal to the destruction of a power item to redemption Again, this series centers strongly on belief in a higher power This time how trying to win others over is not easy, but when they win themselves over, things are much better.


  8. says:

    It was a good book, but I have to say I enjoyed the first and second books better.


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I do like fantasy and the idea of dragons and gods


  10. says:

    I didn t enjoy this one as much as the first two, but it s still a good story.

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