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People of the Sword

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  5 reviews
PEOPLE OF THE SWORD combines myth, history, and conquest with music, sorcery and a touch of romance to impart the struggles of two vastly different cultures suddenly dependent on one another for survival. Confronted by a common enemy, the wizard Crarnock, the druids and knights of Tropal realize that only through cooperation can they defeat Crarnock's goblin army. The jour ...more
ebook, 300 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Smashwords Edition
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Benjamin Jones
I was sent a free copy of People of the Sword by Mr. O'Donnell after stating on Twitter that I was looking for books to review. He graciously emailed me the book and here we are.

When I first started reading the book, I can't lie, I wasn't that into it. The subject matter instantly brought to mind the Lord of the Rings series and, as such, that's all I thought about while I was reading and it turned me off and I actually stopped reading it after about 50 pages. I didn't touch it again for almost
There are times when enemies must set aside their differences in order to fight a common enemy. For the Knights and Druids, that time has come. Once friends, paranoia and church rumors created tension between the two peoples. Eventually driven to animosity and violence, the cultures separated ways and the Druids took to the forests. Centuries later, both are dealing with fighting Crarnock, an angry wizard who had been shunned by the humans. Taking to the mountains, he unified the goblins and cre ...more
JG (The Introverted Reader)
The powerful wizard Crarnock has decided to wipe out humanity with the combination of his magic and his goblin hordes. In order to mount a resistance, the people opposing him must put aside their prejudices, band together and work as one.

My huge problem was that this needed a lot more editing. I'm not talking about just a few typos here and there, I'm talking about lots of typos, incorrect word usage that spell checker will always miss, characters saying gonna when their speech has otherwise bee
Melissa Hayden
The Druids are attacked by their life enemies, the goblins. The Druids and Knights are opposing cultures, living on opposite sides of the land and not like each other. But, one Knight stumbles apon the battle of Druids and goblins, and helps the Druids win, but gets knocked out as the Druids aren't sure what side he is on. Sir Harrison, the kind hearted knight, recovers in the Druid city becoming their friend and the link creating an alliance between the two cultures. There is another force at w ...more
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