Dagger. Staff. Sword. Bow. Shield. Spear. Cloak. An epic quest to find the seven weapons of Madria before the forces of Ishari plunge all of Dalriya into darkness. Over 1500 pages of epic fantasy; one complete storyline. Reviews from amazon readers: ★★★★★ “An all-round epic tale from the beginning with great characters and world building. Full of action and adventure. Would definitely recommend it for everyone who loves their fantasy of epic proportions.” ★★★★★ “Great read nonstop action doesn’t slow down a lot of surprises keeps you wondering what happens next. Hard to put down definitely a page turner.” ★★★★★ “Great creation of charismatic characters. Great depiction of cities and towns and castles. Exciting depiction of battles. Notable duels. Great romantic scenes.” ★★★★★ “The world building and history he was able to make for each character and kingdom, land and race blew me away! His storytelling ability is amazing and as soon I put down book three, book four was in my hands.” ★★★★★ “Very surprising end. Fantastic series. Characters you will hate to leave behind, a great story, epic fantasy. The end will blow you away.” ★★★★★ “The final book of The Weapon Takers Saga was a fitting end to a tale of vast scope. I was engaged throughout the series and now wish for more tales of the friends I encountered reading these tales.” ★★★★★ “This review is for the entire series. It’s truly an epic saga of strength, hope, love and sacrifice. There’s even a bit of romance, but more than anything it was a great adventure. I’m looking forward to more from this author. 5 stars is not enough, I give it all 10 fingers up, and that won’t begin to give it justice.” Featuring all four novels: Toric’s Dagger Soren, an ambitious wizard. His twin sister Belwynn, who can stir men’s minds with her voice. Can they lead a motley crew of mercenaries, priests and rogues to retrieve a stolen relic? Bolivar’s Sword With their party broken, the responsibility to continue the quest falls on even fewer shoulders. Can Rabigar persuade the Krykkers, who exiled him long ago, to join his war? The Jalakh Bow The search gets even more dangerous as the weapon takers are drawn to the ends of Dalriya. A fallen empire, the northern steppe lands, and across the sea to a continent of mystery. The Giants’ Spear As the Isharites crush every last place of resistance in Dalriya, time has run out. Can the heroes stand united? Can they take on a god…and win? Plus! The brand new interquel short story, The Sacrifice. Set seven years after the end of The Giants’ Spear. What type of fantasy series is this? A range of character points of view – male and female; heroic, evil and in-between; develop a story epic in scale. Set in a medieval-inspired, secondary world; full of divided kingdoms, sprawling empires and strange new races. Adult characters who face adult situations; some of whom use bad language while doing so. Full of action and political machinations; battles and sieges; as armies wage war while heroes seek seven legendary weapons.
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