[Epub] ↠ A Warriors Knowledge (The Castes and the OutCastes #2) Author Davis Ashura – Pandorajewelry70off.us

A Warriors Knowledge (The Castes and the OutCastes #2) The Redemption Of The Fallen Man Is Neither Easy Nor Quick It Is Fraught With Hardship And Loss, And Those Who Seek To Aid Someone Traveling This Twisted Path Might Do Best To Journey Ahead And Light The Way The Word And The Deed Rukh Shektan Has Lost Everything His Home, His Standing, And His Future He Must Journey With Jessira To Reach Her Mountain Home, The OutCaste City Of Stronghold, Before Winter S Icy Snow And Winds Bar All Passages Their Travels Test Rukh S Will And Hope As Chimeras Hound Their Footsteps, But The Most Difficult Challenge Proves To Be Stronghold Itself The City Is Not As Jessira Described.Rector Bryce And Mira Terrell Form A Reluctant Alliance A Secret From His Family S Past Threatens Rector, Forcing Him To Do The Bidding Of Dar El Shektan, The Ruling El Whom Rector Had Betrayed Rector And Mira Seek The Means To Bring Down House Shektan S Most Bitter Rival, Hal El Wrestiva, The Man Responsible For Rukh S Banishment Meanwhile, Bree And Jaresh Continue Their Search For The Sil Lor Kum Their Hunt Brings Them Closer To The Truth Danger Lurks, And The Withering Knife Murders Continue And Unbeknownst To Them, Hal El Wrestiva, The SuDin Of The Sil Lor Kum, Furthers His Own Intentions.Above The Clouds, Watching The World Is Suwraith Her Clouded Mind Is Clear For The First Time In Millennia, And She Makes Her Own Plans The Sorrow Bringer Has Learned Of Stronghold S Existence.

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  • Paperback
  • 542 pages
  • A Warriors Knowledge (The Castes and the OutCastes #2)
  • Davis Ashura
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 099112765X

10 thoughts on “A Warriors Knowledge (The Castes and the OutCastes #2)

  1. says:

    3 An Adventurous High Fantasy ReadI really enjoyed the sequel of this series, but the plot seemed to spin around in the same circle as the first book and became heavily romance based for a large chunk of the middle I still really enjoyed the characters and thought the world building was strong I would have liked to seedevelopment of the story itself as I got kind of bored reading certain repetitive scenes The ending, however, was too quick and jus...

  2. says:

    A Warrior s Path was good A Warrior s Knowledge was great Even in the slow parts, the way Ashura wrote his characters and world had me interested I feel a connection with them, especially Rukh and Jessira I also enjoy the way Ashura examines themes of prejudice in these novels With prejudice, it s very easy to show one group being completely right and the other completely wrong In this series, it s muchnuanced, showing that there is good and bad on both sides.And then there was the l A Warrior s Path was good A Warrior s Knowledge was great Even in the slow parts, the way Ashura wrote his characters and world had me interested I feel a connection with them, especially Rukh and Jessira I also enjoy the way Ashura examines themes of prejudice in these novels With prejudice, it s very easy to show one group being completely right and the other completely wrong In this series, it s muchnuanced, showing that there is good and b...

  3. says:

    The growth of each individual character, as well as peoples as a whole Absolutely phenomenal If I could, I would give this entire series 1000 1000 stars Very well done with this amazing debut series All I have to say about this series so far is all my God My only problem with the series is that I now have to wait for the...

  4. says:

    This book is something else So glad I found it thanks r fantasy Usually with so many POV s I tend to skim over some of them but each POV here was engaging I could feel some of Rukhs emotions jump out of the page specially during the tournament.10 10 Can t wait for the next book.

  5. says:

    Find this and many other reviews at Geekritique The second novel in Davis Ashura s fantasy epic trilogy, The Castes and the Outcastes, continues to fill gaps within the world he s created Although it s a slower start than the first novel, the wait pays off quite handsomely All this said, it s a novel that s nearly as aggravating as it is good....

  6. says:

    Oh man.this book pulled me in and I drank deep from the well not wanting to stop Then the last sentence said..The End I was saddened It was an extremely good book Better than the first of the series and I really, really liked the first I am so glad that the first book was introduced to me on bookbub Thanks Mr Ashura for giving me the opportunity to read this one quicker than I anticipated I love how the story has an eastern flair to it Completely different from a lot of fantasy novels Oh man.this book pulled me in and I drank deep from the well not wanting to stop Then the last sentence said..The End I was saddened It was an extremely good book Better than the first of the series and I really, really liked the fir...

  7. says:

    Adore Davis AshuraThese books stand up top as some of the finest fantasy scify I have ever read I feel like I am a family member too I am so anxious as to how they will be able to defeat Lianna and rebuild their lives...

  8. says:

    This is another page turner by an author I ll be following in the future The snapshots we get into the minds of the various characters, on both sides of the story, elicit compassion even for some of the antag...

  9. says:

    Another solid edition to this series I enjoyed some partsso than others though I feel it got a little bogged when they were travelling to Stronghold The time spent in Stronghold on the other hand was great Experiencing a new culture and people as well as challenging their beliefs for how they feel towards the other castes was refreshing There are also some very strong scenes in the arena, when they meet up with some of the Bales and also the Schylos were great Apart from the underlyin Another solid edition to this series I enjoyed some partsso than others though I feel it got a little bogged when the...

  10. says:

    A Wild Ride Where book 1 seemed slow before bursting into suspense book 2 is a wild ride from page one to the last page If you haven t read Davis Ashura but you enjoy fantasy fiction I think you ll find his approach to the genre quite good On to book 3 Of The Castes and the Outcastes I expe...

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