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The Saints of the Sword: Book Three of Tyrants and Kings: 3 Mass Market Paperback – 27 November 2001
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Biagio, Emperor of Nar, was once a madman and a tyrant. Now he wants peace. The irony is that no one believes him. Instead, the cruelest of his minions are amassing an army to usurp his throne, bringing a new scourge to a battle-scarred world.
But the wily Biagio has one more desperate plan. Alazrian Leth, bastard son of Aramoor's governor, is barely sixteen, but this young prince secretly possesses rare magical talents. Biagio sends Alazrian on a near-impossible mission: to convince outlawed priest Jahl Rob and his followers -- the fearless Saints of the Sword -- to search for the exiled ruler of Aramoor and the mysterious people called the Triin.
If these ancient enemies can unite into one great army, a boy's strange and wonderful magic may be the spark to heal a wounded world ... or set in motion an unimaginable betrayal.
- ASIN : 0553580329
- Publisher : Bantam; Reissue edition (27 November 2001)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 720 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9780553580327
- ISBN-13 : 978-0553580327
- Dimensions : 10.62 x 2.95 x 17.45 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 629,857 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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As in the previous two books in the series, Mr. Marco does an excellent job weaving his plot and filling his story with interesting, multi-layered characters. The story is fairly quick paced with a lot of action and Mr. Marco has created some wonderfully vivid scenes throughout the book that will stay with the reader for quite some time.
Being a huge fan of the series, I would be overjoyed to see a fourth installment. However, I feel that this book does an excellent job of wrapping things up in the end and is a very satisfying conclusion to an excellent trilogy.