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Last Argument Of Kings: Book Three (The First Law)

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He leads a ragtag band of mercenaries to the House of Questions and then to the University, to end Sult’s diabolical experiments to send Demons against his enemies. This is not to say that a fully trained Chapter Mage is not capable of turning the course of a battle, merely that he will do so through the opportune application of power at the right time, rather than through the overwhelming application of power on the battlefield the way a Dweghom Pyromancer might. The story ends on a low note for all groups involved: Dagoska is lost to the Gurkish, an intrigue sees both heirs to the throne killed and an innocent man is blamed for political reasons, the quest for the Seed is an abject failure, and Bethod remains at large in the North.

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The King of the Union lies on his deathbed, the peasants revolt, and the nobles scramble to steal his crown. Carlot dan Eider, Magister of the Spicers aka "The Queen of Merchants", a beautiful, intelligent and skilled diplomat. Finally, the book follows Logen Ninefingers and his companions as they journey into the far west of their world with the sorcerer Bayaz, First of the Magi, seeking out a powerful and dangerous ancient artifact known as the Seed.


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The finale pays off all the genre-bending plot twists and crazy left turns that occurred in books one and two, and in a way that will leave you gasping. The story features many characters seen in previous First Law novels such as Bremer dan Gorst, Lord Marshal Kroy, and the Dogman. v=1602163132","options":["Title"],"media":[{"alt":null,"id":6515586138170,"position":1,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":0.While some could argue that the longbows increased range and rate of fire outclass the crossbow, mastery of that massive weapon requires years, while a man can learn to competen. The phrase was said by Roman admiral Publius Claudius Pulcher right before the battle of Drepana, as he threw overboard the sacred chickens which had refused to eat the grain offered them—an unwelcome omen of bad luck. v=1602151290","options":["Title"],"media":[{"alt":null,"id":6514883887162,"position":1,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1.

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