[Reading] ➶ Into the Fold (Kan Savasci Cycle, #3) By Chase Blackwood – Liversite.co.uk

Into the Fold (Kan Savasci Cycle, #3) Continue The Award Winning SagaFor Over A Millennium The Fold Has Been A Carefully Guarded Secret, Shrouded In Mystery Within Its Shadowy Depths The Greatest Of The Old Gods Had Carved A World Unto Himself A Place Unrivaled In Its Beauty, Obscurity, And DangerTrapped Within The Fold, Under The Tutelage Of The Last Arkeinists, Aeden Must Overcome His Greatest Obstacle, Or Die Trying


10 thoughts on “Into the Fold (Kan Savasci Cycle, #3)

  1. says:

    I was furnished an advanced copy of this book for review The story submerges the reader deep into the world of Aeden, the last of the Thane The Thane a fearsome, legendary, warrior race was destroyed during Aeden s absence The tragic event is only the beginning of Aeden s journey as he is forced into adulthood alone during a tumultuous time in a very hostile world The writing style is poetic, filled with rich detail that will transport the reader into Aeden s world The emotions will run hig I was furnished an advanced copy of this book for review The story submerges the reader deep into the world of Aeden, the last of the Thane The Thane a fearsome, legendary, warrior race was destroyed during Aeden s absence The tragic event is only the beginning of Aeden s journey as he is forced into adulthood alone during a tumultuous time in a very hostile world The writing style is poetic, filled with rich detail that will transport the reader into Aeden s world The emotions will run high and each page will keep you at the edge of your seat Warning Do read and dedicate the adequate time and setting for this book as it is very easy to miss key details The serie is a must for readers that enjoyed works like Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones


  2. says:

    Beautiful prose, grossly immersive and deftly worked out plot There were times were I simply stared at a sentence, not even seeing the words but just the actual shape of it all and wondering how the hell a couple of scribbles on a piece of dried out tree could make me feel this way Only had similar experiences with Jordan, Williams and Rothfuss.


  3. says:

    Readers looking for the next great fantasy series need look no further Chase Blackwood s fresh new novel Into The Fold is an enthralling fantasy book sure to entertain both long time fantasy fans and genre newcomers alike Into The Fold is the third installment in the author s superb Kan Savasci Cycle The series tells the tale of protagonist Aeden, a young man whose actions will one day shake the foundations of Blackwood s intricately shaped fantasy world The first two installments of the ser Readers looking for the next great fantasy series need look no further Chase Blackwood s fresh new novel Into The Fold is an enthralling fantasy book sure to entertain both long time fantasy fans and genre newcomers alike Into The Fold is the third installment in the author s superb Kan Savasci Cycle The series tells the tale of protagonist Aeden, a young man whose actions will one day shake the foundations of Blackwood s intricately shaped fantasy world The first two installments of the series have foreshadowed Aeden s future rise into a powerful and mysterious sorcerer known and feared throughout the world simply as the Kan Savasci In Into the Fold we see Aeden begin his journey down the path of the Arkein, as magic is known in Blackwood s world Readers will be pleased as Into the Fold wastes no time picking up Aeden s story where Book Two s cliffhanger of an ending left off Chase Blackwood s lyrical prose continues to shine painting sharp, vivid landscapes in the mind of the reader I highly recommend this book series to fantasy fans who are looking for a fresh, original take on the low fantasy genre With the Kan Savasci Cycle Chase Blackwood has set himself above and apart from his fantasy peers His voice and writing are distinct in a genre dominated by uninspired Tolkien and R.R Martin imitators Fan s of Pat Rothfuss Kingkiller Chronicles in particular should appreciate Blackwood s evocative writing style Fantasy readers who appreciate quality world building, like myself, will not be disappointed by Into the Fold as Blackwood continues to flesh out theexotic corners of Verold


  4. says:

    Everything about this book was on point, and I can t thank Netgalley enough for sending me a copy to review and enjoy It was extremely well written, with great characters as well as their development The plot was interesting and engaging and time well enough that it didn t drag, but certainly didn t seemed rushed by any means The descriptions for the creations in this world were vivid and detailed Overall it was a great story and world to get lost in and a thoroughly enjoyable read.


  5. says:

    Excellent I have to say I bought the first book in the series on a whim Now I ve finished book three I want to find the author, sit him at his desk and make him write faster I really hate waiting for the next book in a really good series.


  6. says:

    Worthwhile read This whole series has been a great read The story is told well, with a number of surprises It is really enjoyable to continue getting to know the characters Definitely worth reading.


  7. says:

    Great WritingI love this series There is a lot going on, it s a complex storyline with many vivid characters It has magic, monsters, murder, mystery, betrayals, fighting, Old Gods returning to destroy the world, sex, blood, and drugs Everything but rock n roll


  8. says:

    This book was the perfect blend of Fantasy fiction and everything I wanted it to be I m writing a well detailed review on my blog and goodreads.


  9. says:

    This book is a disappointment It is both overwritten and underwritten There is excessive verbiage tons of flowery language with metaphors that don t work It bogs down the story and eventually overwhelms it The book just goes on too long It meanders into a vagueness that makes most of the book seem pointless The reader loses the sense of why the characters are doing what they are doing, and sometimes it s not clear what it is that they are doing.The book is underwritten in that there is v This book is a disappointment It is both overwritten and underwritten There is excessive verbiage tons of flowery language with metaphors that don t work It bogs down the story and eventually overwhelms it The book just goes on too long It meanders into a vagueness that makes most of the book seem pointless The reader loses the sense of why the characters are doing what they are doing, and sometimes it s not clear what it is that they are doing.The book is underwritten in that there is very little depth to most of the characters even when we are privy to their thoughts they are repetitively one note The central character Aidan basically disappears from most of the book except to intervene super hero style and save the day from time to time The thrust of the first two books is lost in this overly long third volume The editing, however, is a little bit better there are far fewer typos


  10. says:

    ConsistentMuch like the last book, this one filled with adventure,interesting people, gods and secrets The story moves along at a brisk pace, loaded with detail and definitely draws your attention There s a nice change of pace between present and past, with old friends coming back into the fold Definitely wish foranswers, but that s the mark of a good story and storytelling.


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