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The Last Grand Master (Champion of the Gods Book 1) by [Gordon, Andrew Q.]
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Champion of the Gods: Book One

In a war that shook the earth, the six gods of Nendor defeated their brother Neldin, God of Evil. For three thousand years, Nendor and the Seven Kingdoms have known peace and prosperity and Neldin's evil was nearly forgotten. 

But then Meglar, wizard-king of Zargon, unleashes the dark magic of the underworld and creates an army of creatures to carry out his master's will. One by one, the sovereign realms fall as a new war between the gods threatens to engulf Nendor.

Leading the opposition to Meglar is Grand Master Farrell. Young and untried, Farrell carries a secret that could hold the key to defeating Meglar—or it could destroy the world. 

Farrell is joined by Nerti, queen of the unicorns, and Miceral, an immortal muchari warrior the Six have chosen as Farrell's mate.  As Farrell and his new allies make plans to counter Neldin's evil, Meglar forces their hand when he invades a neighboring kingdom. Rushing to help their ally, Farrell and Miceral find themselves in the middle of the battle. Cut off from help, Farrell attempts an untried spell that will either turn the tide or cost him and Miceral their lives. 

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Publisher: DSP Publications; Third edition (14 April 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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I just finished reading this. I am not sure why I didn't earlier, as I'd known about it for a while, but I'd thought I'd give it a try. This now has to be one of my favourite fantasy novels ever. Absolutely ever. Not only is there very little high fantasy with well thought out gay characters, this work stands on its own merits as more than just enjoyable for having gay characters. Gordon's writing is so fantastic. The world building, the character building, the way he manage to describe the magic in such an intricate manner and yet not make it boring or (to) confusing. It is clear that the author has a very solid idea of how his world works.

This final chapter had me absolutely sobbing, I'll admit. I've read much great literature, and at times great books have made me cry. But I've never felt so absolutely heartbroken for a character's death. The character in question was only on the pages for such a short time, but the author managed to fill their every moment with so much character and personality that I felt as if I really knew them.

I'm now going to go buy the rest of this series. Thank you to Andrew Q Gordon for writing, and please don't stop! 
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3.0 out of 5 stars A fun and interesting and sometimes moving read... 3 September 2013
By Ulysses Dietz - Published on
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"The Last Grand Master" is at least the first in a saga...and I will surely read the next episode.

Having taken to these fantasy world-building epics, I do find that I enjoy so much about them, but often, as is the case here, can't quite let go and get caught up in the world thus created. I never embrace the fantasy, and always feel like I'm peeking in through a window, rather than actually being there.

The image of two man-loving heroes, one a mortal wizard and one a near-immortal Viking-like warrior, in a world where being drawn to men is no more than a hiccup in life, and riding on unicorns is the highest possible honor; appeals to me no end. In a sort of silly way. I mean really, gay wizard warriors on unicorns? Woo-hoo!

This book is by Andrew Gordon, so a man, but feels interestingly like it was written by a woman - the level of romance is high even for me, and while I'm sort of a sucker for it, it surprises me.

The narrative in this fairly long book is at times rambling and a little too much "tell" rather than "show." There is rather a lot of joyful gore, described a little too superficially, given its prominence. Something lacked "heft," and I apologize for not being able to articulate it better than that. Nicole Kimberling's "Sea of Stars" series had (for me) this narrative weight...

If you like this kind of novel, this is worth the effort. If fantasy is not your thing, I'm not sure this would be where I'd start.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Last Grand Master is a Winner!! 18 November 2015
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This book was simply amazing. I rarely give five stars to a book but The Last Grand Master gets 5+ Stars. The Last Grand Master is one of the first books I added to my "Goodreads "To Read" shelf back in 2013 but wanted to see if a sequel was going to be written before I invested the time (and I've been burned by a series going "dead" before). When The Eye and the Arm was released I decided it was time. I started Saturday and was blown away. Transitioned directly into the sequel and have fallen in love.

I'm am really terrible at writing reviews. So many people write such insightful reviews that I will leave that to them. If you enjoy epic fantasy you will not be disappointed. One note, other than some smooching all sex is more or less implied and off page. This would be a great book for young adults.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully entertaining! 7 April 2013
By MplsBill - Published on
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book! There are three poor reviews of this story and I can't agree with anything in any of them. One suggests the romance was too instant, but that is explained. The characters themselves even question if they are moving too quickly. Their reason for not going more slowly is explained and reasonable. Another says the story drags. I don't see where. It always kept me engaged. Personally, more graphic sex would have been welcome. If you're looking for that you will be disappointed. They get undressed, they go to bed, they wake up the next morning. But the romance is wonderful and the action exciting. I can't wait for the next installment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful new series 16 December 2016
By M. Ben Culmyer - Published on
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Just the kind of complicated, created world story that I love, which includes expert handling of magic. I've read this book and current sequels. Can't wait for the next one. The main character is so capable that the odds against him seem manageable instead of overwhelming. His primary and secondary relationships also seem realistic and rather fun. I also like the author's scene descriptions - almost like seeing a movie. Great read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Why the mix? 7 May 2017
By clint norton - Published on
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I really don't know how to rate this. You're one of the best writers I have ever read, but ..... you disguised a #@/*€× romance novel as fantasy. Please, either keep the romance confined to Harlequin or write fantasy with lightly embedded romance like the grand masters of history. It's very possible you could join their ranks