The Broken Isles (2020)

The Broken Isles Mark Charan Newton The Broken Isles War spills into the Boreal Archipelago as two rival cultures bring their eternal battle into this adjacent realm Fresh from a military victory Commander Brynd Lathraea plans to rebuild the city of V
  • Title: The Broken Isles
  • Author: Mark Charan Newton
  • ISBN: 9780230750074
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Hardcover
The Broken Isles Mark Charan Newton War spills into the Boreal Archipelago, as two rival cultures bring their eternal battle into this adjacent realm Fresh from a military victory, Commander Brynd Lathraea plans to rebuild the city of Villiren, where he is confronted with a dilemma There are friendly forces who have no other choice but to live alongside his own people, and their numbers will be required toWar spills into the Boreal Archipelago, as two rival cultures bring their eternal battle into this adjacent realm Fresh from a military victory, Commander Brynd Lathraea plans to rebuild the city of Villiren, where he is confronted with a dilemma There are friendly forces who have no other choice but to live alongside his own people, and their numbers will be required to fight in the looming conflict The commander turns politician as he seeks to build bridges and embrace mysterious new technologies to further his ambitions However, many in Villiren are sceptical of aliens coming to their city, tensions run high, and even the dream of a peaceful future brings with it inevitable clashes of beliefs Meanwhile, Villjamur has been destroyed A vast swathe of refugees from the legendary city are now on the run from an immense alien presence in the sky Villages are being cleared and people are dying en masse And Inquisitor Fulcrom finds himself at the helm of an operation to aid the refugee exodus to the coast, but it s a race against time before this threatened genocide is complete Ancient civilisations line up on the field of battle Exotic creatures and a possible god walk alongside citizens of the Empire As the Legends of the Red Sun series draws to a close, there will be one final and immense conflict to decide the fate of multiple cultures forever.
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  1. Mark Newton

    Well, I wrote it Of course I m going to like it Actually, I gave this my best shot it s tough finishing a series, and very draining in trying to bring all the books together for a satisfying ending Hope I managed it.

  2. ChristinaJL

    Excellent conclusion to the series This has been one of my favourite series that I ve read in a while As with the other books, the strength of characters and world building is excellent I like the fact that the author tackles differences in culture, racial discrimination and environmental issues in his writing This for me makes him stand out in the fantasy genre.

  3. Leontii Cristea

    Originally posted leocristea.wordpress 2012 Quite possibly the worst thing about The Broken Isles is that it seems to render the entirety of The Book of Transformations completely redundant A single event occurs at the end of the previous book that has any bearing or relevance on the next The whole book and its characters are swept under the carpet and it quite honestly feels as though it never existed I had to keep catching myself from referring to the series as a trilogy, and not classing City [...]

  4. Helen

    This book was wonderful This series was wonderful but this is going to be a tricky review to write because all I want to do is carp on about the ways that it wasn t astounding Which I don t want to do.Mark Newton has produced a wonderful set of characters and a depressing, inevitable but tantalisingly exciting world for them to live in The characterisation is note perfect and easily passes my test of being thrilling even when they are sitting around a table talking about nothing in particular Bu [...]

  5. Matt

    Another entertaining book in the Legends of the Red Sun series It did seem like the ending was a little rushed and I would have liked to have seen a longer section of what happens now.All in all a good fantasy series with a little of weird mixed in with it.

  6. Liviu Szoke

    Awesome ending for an astounding series Too bad it finished after just 4 novels I could read such kind of books for ever All the pieces fall exactly where they were supposed to right from the beginning and all the characters get what they deserved Well done, Mark

  7. Adam Whitehead

    Brynd Lathraea has saved the city of Villiren from the invading Okun Jamur Rika has now made the city her new capital and declared herself Empress, but Brynd is concerned over her fragile mental state As the invaders grow in strength and numbers, Brynd makes an important alliance, but one that may cost him the support of the people.The Broken Isles is the fourth and concluding novel in the Legends of the Red Sun series which began way back in 2009 with Nights of Villjamur Through that novel and [...]

  8. Phil

    Here s a extract from my review, full link afantasyreader 2013 12 the broken isles reviewmlThe Broken Isles picks up the storylines from both The Book of Transformation and City of Ruin and makes them culminate, first into a rotation of points of view with Fulcrom fleeing from the sky city and Brynd making his best at creating a post war civilization and then into a glorious but straightforward campaign against the invaders Undoubtedly, the major part of the story can be summarized as Brynd s sh [...]

  9. Manrix

    A slightly disappointing ending to the series, especially considering the fantastic ending to book three This novel features my favourite character, Brynd, that was absent in the last book, and he firmly retakes that position my favourite Malum also returns, and though he is still an usympathetic asshole, I did find him intriguing His ideas of society so completely counter my own, and having the advantage of Brynd s POV and the state of affairs, his ideas seem small minded and idiotic Exactly as [...]

  10. Jo

    I had high expectations for this book as this is a series I really love I hate it when I reach the final book as I don t want to say goodbye to set of characters and I world I ve spent hours losing myself in I wanted to put off reading this book as I didn t want to be disappointed, but I just couldn t, I had to read the end My expectations were pretty much met There were times I struggled and I got a bit lost, but I can forgive that I remained in love with old characters I love Fulcrom and Lan a [...]

  11. Denise

    With this book, the outstanding Legends of the Red Sun series comes to an end and what an end it is The Broken Isles brings together all the remaining characters we have met over the course of the series as the final battle for the future of the Empire draws near, the survivors of the catastrophic destruction of Villjamur struggle across the land trying to outrun the enemy, the empress is acting increasingly strange, the prospect of sharing their world with millions of strange otherworldly creat [...]

  12. Pauline

    finally got around to reading this book it still had one of my all time favorite characters albino general once again I greatly enjoyed this book in the series, though it seems as though it is the last if so, everything tied up neatly a fun series if you give it a chance.

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