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Average rating: 3.98 · 124 ratings · 65 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
Voice of War (Threadlight, #1)

3.97 avg rating — 123 ratings — published 2020 — 5 editions
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I may have written the book, but Fleming is the true Voice of War. In this country-spanning epic filled with gunpowder and wolverines, he sets the stage for a series packed with action and magic. The story was plotted beautifully, and the climax perf ...more
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I loved the world building in this book. Ceres Horizon, the monsters (hello evil unicorns and bomb monkeys), the characters, and the story. It was fast-paced and easy to read, and the ending changed everything. I’m not
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“We all lie, Laurel. The world would be worse if we didn’t, but it’s also more brittle because we do.”
Zack Argyle, Voice of War

“Wishing. Hoping. They are dangerous words. If you hope for something to be true and it is not, that realization can break you. But until then, while that belief runs warm in your blood, it can drive you to do amazing things.”
Zack Argyle, Voice of War

“Self-betterment is the rarest form of ambition.”
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“With two strokes of a pen, any man can change torture into fortune.”
Zack Argyle, Voice of War

“Better to be naked and mad than dead.”
Zack Argyle, Voice of War

“Have you heard the metaphor of the sticks?” Jurius’ eyes grew colder. “Grab a stick at both ends, you bend it, and it breaks. Gather a bundle of sticks together, grab it at the ends, and you cannot break them. The problem is that sometimes there are stubborn sticks that refuse to break, even on their own. No matter how hard you twist and bend, it refuses to snap. I have an eye for identifying those sticks. When I find one, I don’t waste my time on it. I grab another from the same tree and make the stubborn stick watch as I break its brother.”
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“It doesn’t matter how beautiful the wall is if the garden inside is dying. No one can live like that forever.”
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“We all lie, Laurel. The world would be worse if we didn’t, but it’s also more brittle because we do.”
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