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The Warrior King (The Seer King Trilogy #3)

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In prison, Damastes is shocked to learn that Tenedos lives. His friend, corrupted by power, faked his own death and is now building an army not only to retake Numantia, but to take over the world. Damastes is torn because he knows he's the only person who can stop Tenedos, but he would have to break his oath of allegiance to his friend to do it. Damastes escapes and as he...more
Paperback, 448 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by Warner Books (NY) (first published January 1st 1999)
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The story sounded interesting. Not very original though. The narrator of the story is Damastes which is actually a good thing :)

I don't know if it was the translation or the actual writing style, but the book was really hard to read...It was vary boring for me although there were a lot of scenes that were supposed to be interesting.

The characters though were very well built. They were complexed enough (or at least the main two characters were). But at least the author managed to make them enough...more
Vol 3, not as good as the first one, but pretty much as good as the second one. Somewhat predictable but overall a good conclusion to the trilogy. At only 360 pages it's somewhat shorter that the previous two volumes, but sticks to the main plot and doesn't wander off on self contained subplots like Vol 2 did.
This trilogy is one of the best ever written in the fantasy genre. Chris Bunch is a master and he should have made this more than a trilogy! Although, I will say that he went out on top of his game and left everyone wanting more!
Andy R.
This trilogy is the must read series by Chris Bunch. If you like gritty military fantasy. I didn't until I read this book.
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Another good book from Chris Bunch, action packed and fun.
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Christopher R. "Chris" Bunch was an American science fiction, fantasy and television writer, who wrote and co-wrote about thirty novels.

Born in Fresno, California, he collaborated with Allan Cole on a series of books involving a hero named Sten in a galactic empire. (Cole married Bunch's sister, Kathryn.) He served in Vietnam as a patrol commander. He also wrote for Rolling Stone and was a corresp...more
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