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In The Weight of Honor, Kyra finally meets her cryptic uncle, and is shocked to discover he is not the man she expected. She embarks on a period of training which will test her stamina and her frustration, as she soon encounters the limits of her power. Unable to summon her dragon, unable to search deep within, and feeling an urgency to help in her father's wars, Kyra doubts if she will ever become the warrior she thought she was. And when she meets a mysterious boy, more powerful than her, deep in the forest, she wonders what her future really has in store for her.

Duncan must descend the peaks of Kos with his new army and, vastly outnumbered, launch a risky invasion on the capital. If he wins, waiting behind its ancient walls, he knows, will be the old king and his nest of nobles and aristocrats, all with their own agendas, all of them as quick to betray as they are to embrace. Unifying Escalon may, indeed, be harder than freeing it.

Alec, in Ur, must tap his unique skills in the forge to aid the resistance if they have any chance of defending against the looming Pandesian invasion. He is awestruck when he encounters Dierdre, the strongest girl he has ever meet. The time she has a chance to make a stand against Pandesia, and as she bravely faces off, she who wonders if her father and his men will have her back this time.

Merk finally enters the tower of Ur, and is stunned by what he discovers. Initiated into its strange codes and rules, he meets his fellow Watchers, the toughest warriors he has ever encountered, and he finds that earning their respect will not be easy. With an invasion looming, they must all prepare the tower; yet even all its secret passageways may not keep them safe from the betrayal lurking from within.

Vesuvius leads his Troll nation across a vulnerable Escalon, devastating the land, while Theos, enraged at what becomes of his son, is on a rampage himself, and will not….

©2014 Morgan Rice (P)2015 Morgan Rice

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Good story. But expensive for its short duration.

Very engaging story, with good character development. I finished this story in a few hours & as such it was way too short for me. The length of this book is far too short to require 1 credit or $4.99 for the kindle version plus $7.49 for audible narration. If anything the audible narration should have been no more than $1.99 & the kindle version <=$2.99. Otherwise I enjoyed the story & it kept me engaged from beginning to end. I would have enjoyed it much more if there weren’t so many inconsistencies in the story line, repetition when describing thoughts & or feelings & grammar errors. However the errors, etc were not enough to make me stop reading, what is otherwise a good story.

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Repetitive

the first book I loved, the second was good but the repetitive thoughts, scene, and dialog was a little annoying. Now on the third book I'm starting to regret starting the series. The plot is good but dear lord it like a copy and paste of scenarios and dialog.

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Frustrating storyline

It has taken 4 books to get the characters connected. The story moves too slowly for me.

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Disappointed in all the betrayal. Nothing good hap

Disappointed in all the betrayal. Nothing good happened, nothing to look forward to. Besides that it's a good story telling

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Im getting in deeper and im loving it

Fantasy is my jam, this book is definitely what i need to get my D n D on lol. i really enjoyed this book compared to the others because the growth in the characters where rapid.

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I am addicted to this series!

This is the second book in this series and I really love them. The story line reminds me a bit like Game of Thrones but much less diabolical. The reader is wonderful.

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NARRATOR IS GREAT ....!!

I have to admit - the writing is not amazing. The author uses the same lines throughout all the book... which is a little Tedious. But the story line is interesting.. I do believe if it was not for the narrator, the book wouldn't be a good listen.

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ADDICTING!!!!!

Ive read 3 so far, and cant put it down!! Love it❤❤Book 4 now😤👍Wonderful Book

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thrilling

yes he did it again Morgan Rice.... absolutely phenomenal and Wayne Farrell is by far the best

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Enjoyable, lovable, gripping!

My favourite in the series so far. Vivid and descriptive chapters steadily peel back the layers, shaking loose previously unexplained elements and consistently breathing life into the fascinating world and it's lore.