Magistrate Wen Chang, famed for his investigative powers, and his young physician assistant, Kasimir, set out to recover Stonecutter and return the stolen Sword to its rightful owner, Prince Mark.
The Red Temple, Blue Temple and a gang of rebels, each for their own purposes, are intent on possessing the Sword.
A mysterious young girl, Natasha, enlisted by Kasimir as a spy, fascinates Kasimir, but can she be trusted? Listeners will need all their powers of ratiocination to unravel this adventure of the Sword of Siege.
Fantasy and mystery combine in a compelling story of the powerful sword that splits diamonds and hews mountains with equal ease.
©1984 Fred Saberhagen (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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Yes, I probably would. This one was captivating form the first chapter, full of action and a lot of resolve from the first 2 books.
Comparable to book 1 in the series for the action and interest it holds. Also I would compare it to Warbreaker for an amazing ride of a story and a very satisfying resolve
As with the first 2 books he was great. I still think some of the characters should have had a more powerful voice based on their personalities but overall his voice was very engulfing.
Swords of Fate
Good book but seemed very disconnected, as if it was several vignettes glued loosely together and not fully flushed out. Maybe it was a long series that ended prematurely, or simply a story meant to provoke thought. We'll written and worth the time, but not epic or life changing.
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