Aethersmith (2020)

Aethersmith J.S. Morin Aethersmith War has come to Veydrus As Kyrus Hinterdale and Brannis Solaran work to understand the intricacies of their Twinborn connection they must also analyze and unravel the game Jinzan and Denrick played t
  • Title: Aethersmith
  • Author: J.S. Morin
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Aethersmith J.S. Morin War has come to Veydrus.As Kyrus Hinterdale and Brannis Solaran work to understand the intricacies of their Twinborn connection, they must also analyze and unravel the game Jinzan and Denrick played to get a step ahead of them While planning a war, and coming to terms with Juliana s impending wedding to Iridan, Brannis knows that he needs to feed Kyrus advanced magicWar has come to Veydrus.As Kyrus Hinterdale and Brannis Solaran work to understand the intricacies of their Twinborn connection, they must also analyze and unravel the game Jinzan and Denrick played to get a step ahead of them While planning a war, and coming to terms with Juliana s impending wedding to Iridan, Brannis knows that he needs to feed Kyrus advanced magical knowledge and training if they ever hope to keep the Kadrin empire from destruction.However, just as plans are starting to come together, a spell of Kyrus goes very wrong, and the two find themselves in an even bigger dilemma than ever With the help of other Twinborn, they struggle to gain the upper hand in the war, and set everything back as it should be.
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  1. Richard

    In full disclosure I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Holy crap this book is even amazing than book one of the series How is that even possible The concept is original and just like book one it is perfectly executed.There are a lot twinborns in this book The plot is complex than the first book, with multiple story threads, points of views and plot The truly amazing thing about all this it that even though it is complex, with so much going on, it really should [...]

  2. Evan

    Loved this book I sometimes find myself frustrated by books with many points of view, but I am really enjoying it here Can t wait to find out how it ends.

  3. J.R.

    After declaring Firehurler the best independently published fantasy book I ve ever read, you can imagine I came to its sequel, Aethersmith, with lofty expectations Were they matched Well, yes actually, they were.The story picks up exactly where it left off, and the quality of prose hasn t dipped from the climactic ending of Firehurler Morin has found his feet as a writer and while he doesn t set the world on fire in that regard he knows how to weave a good tale and how to prevent his own words f [...]

  4. Steve Morin

    Aethersmith is a great second book from the trilogy continuing all the intrigue from Firehurler The reader gets to explore of both worlds as the story weaves itself through new lands in each world As I had hoped, characters are revealed to be twins Some of the twins are new characters but others are already familiar There is alway the question, Who else might be a twin As with Firehurler, the detail of Aethersmith envelopes the reader in two worlds that seem very real, and characters that seem [...]

  5. Ondrej

    Druh d l je pon kud jin ne prvn , ale po d nep edv dateln a zaj mav Nen bez chyb, zvl postav je a moc, ale celkov velmi dobr.

  6. Scot

    Second in this fantasy trilogy Not as compelling as the first, and probably hard to get into if you haven t read the first, but as I was already hooked by the first installment, I pushed on through this one to find out what would happen to the range of characters that I ve grown interested in, and the range of conflicts they re experiencing The first book was about the concept of the twinborn two hero characters, Kyrus and Brannis, who live each other s life experience in their separate, very d [...]

  7. Bob Clarkson

    I won t mince words, this was better than Firehurler I liked Firehurler so much that I didn t think it was possible for the middle book of a trilogy to be better than the first, but JS Morin has done it.I m not going to jinx him by comparing his world to that of any other, but my advice is that you make up your own mind I have and I ll tell that so far it compares favorably with the first two novels of any writer of speculative fiction I ve ever read Since I have been reading such books since ab [...]

  8. Rudy Dyck

    The second book in the Twinborn Trilogy was a very good book although I believe the first book was better The second book in a trilogy suffers sometimes since the world building and intrigue has already been shaped and a true conclusion to the story won t happen until the next book This book has a bit of that as well.Overall the story was good and the characters continue their development Many new characters are introduced in the first half that add a much deeper level to the plot although I per [...]

  9. Larry B Gray

    Aethersmith Book 2 of the Twinborn Trilogy by J.S Morin is a fast paced, action packed fantasy adventure that will keep you on your toes This book will appeal to both the adult and YA fantasy readers.The author did an excellent job of developing a storyline that grabs you by the collar and refuses to let you go The story is full of twist and turns and never gets boring At the same time the book is easy to follow and keep up with if you pay attention.I like the way J.S Morin develops his characte [...]

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