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The Chalice

(The Sword, the Ring, and the Chalice, Book 3)

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Publisher: Ace

3.0
(4)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 400 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 0441007961 | Isbn-13: 9780441007967 | Publish date:  | Edition Reprint

Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Book Description
The stunning conclusion to The Sword, the Ring, and the Chalice trilogy.

As the final confrontation with the darkness approaches, two mortal enemies will search for the key to life itself.
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    I liked this book, but unfortunately the sequel does not keep up with the first volume.


    I liked the boy's adventures and even if the story doesn't stand out for its originality, I found it quite enjoyable: the lost prince, the lost heritage, the quest for the magical talisman... if not new ...continue

    I liked this book, but unfortunately the sequel does not keep up with the first volume.

    I liked the boy's adventures and even if the story doesn't stand out for its originality, I found it quite enjoyable: the lost prince, the lost heritage, the quest for the magical talisman... if not new, they were at least decently developed.
    The characters also seemed quite interesting...
    but in the following two volumes the main character loses all depth: as long as he was a commoner he was 'true', but as soon as he discovers his true identity he suddenly IS a prince. There is no struggle, no hesitation, no CHANGING, one day he is a foundling and the next he is an arrogant noble. Bah.

    I would suggest Miss Chester to read TheBoneDollsTwin (by Flewelling), just in order to see how a believable -and wonderful- character is developed.

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