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Quicksilver Twilight (Dreamtime #3)

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Immortality has been Reeth Caldason's curse, for it comes with tormenting visions and a savage rage. In hope of a cure, he has traded his fighting skills for potential access to powerful ancient magic—a desperate gamble that leaves him trapped on the Diamond Isle, at the mercy of the bloodthirsty pirates who plague the surrounding waters. Yet only here can Reeth discover t

Published (first published January 1st 2007)
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The final book of this trilogy (The Diamond Isle), was better than the middle book ( The Righteous Blade ), but not as good as the first one ( The Covenant Rising ). The ubiquity of magic replacing modern technology in a medieval setting continued to be an issue. It was jarring in the first book, wearing in the second, and by this book I'd somewhat accepted it. Because the rest of the trilogy is well written, I kept trying to make sense of the approach - for example, in this last book, it occurred...more
Justin Hemming
Standard fantasy fare, bought on a whim in Australia for flight home, didn't realise it was the third book in a trilogy, the David Gemmell recommendation sold it me.

Despite not knowing the back stories, by half way through the book I was enamoured by most of the characters, and whilst it always had the feeling it was going to have a suitable conclusion all round, it did feel like the characters were in peril.

Not good enough (especially as I know the ending now) to make me want to go back and rea...more
wow!! what an amazing conclusion!!! i love this trilogy, definitely going onto my to-buy list. although it hasnt been brilliantly written, the plot is gripping and on-going. i recommend these books to anyone you likes their light fantasy and old-style fighting.
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Stan Nicholls (born 1949) is a British author and journalist, working full-time since 1981. He is the author of many novels and short stories but is best known for the internationally acclaimed Orcs: First Blood series.
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