• Chaos Core

  • School of Swords and Serpents, Book 3
  • By: Gage Lee
  • Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
  • Length: 11 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (161 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The dragons have returned from Shambala, and Empyreal society will never be the same.

As Jace struggles to control his unraveling core, the immortal dragons challenge the Empyreals for control of the world's destiny. Thrust into a competition against the deadliest students from around the world, Jace must lead his team of friends to victory. If he fails, all of humanity will be bound to the will of the Scaled Council.

And if the dragons don't defeat the Empyreals, dark forces within human society just might.

The heretics have stepped up their attacks, pushing the Shadow Phoenix clan to the brink of annihilation. A conspiracy of the wealthy and powerful threatens to enslave a very special group of students. And the Inquisition has dark plans for the Eclipse Core.

And, like his core, Jace is splitting at the seams. Torn between the need to stop the Grand Design from falling into clawed talons and his quest to find his mother and the answers she carries, the young warrior must dig deep within to overcome the forces aligned against him.

Chaos Core is the third installment of the best-selling School of Swords and Serpents series.

©2020 Shadow Alley Press Inc (P)2020 Shadow Alley Press Inc

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Fun, suspenseful book

This is one of this frustrating books where the protagonist experiences more than his fair share of stumbling blocks. The last book it seemed the MC was becoming OP but this one went to the same formula that the first book used. The set backs are frustrating but the successes are so satisfying. I’m excited to see where the next book goes.

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Good book ... yet still needs MC growth

Make your bed taste of return the book discusses the M c's mother. We have a classic case of an MC who is willing to trade family ties for power under the guise of doing the right thing. Not to say that there M c's mother is innocent but it does strike me as interesting how Quickly the MC is willing to believe things about his mother or at least willing to trade information as opposed to believing that there must have been a reason for what she had done. Other than that story was pretty great &c does have a few problems with finishing enemies which I see as a very big flaw but it's a book in that adds the ability for the author to progress and turn make one grand finale some point in the future.

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  • S. Reid
  • 11-08-20

Jace rules again

I really like this series as the world building just works, and despite having a small main cast of characters the outside influences help the story along immensely as Jace and his classmates cultivate themselves through the levels.
Having read the books and waiting on the audios to catch up, always an issue we all have, the narration brings a bit of extra depth to where i know the story leads us and so i find myself appreciation it more.
A series I shall most definitely be staying with as i like each book and audio more.
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