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Scimitar's Heir (The Scimitar Seas #3)

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The sea hath no wrath like a seamage betrayed. Cynthia Flaxal and Feldrin Brelak desperately pursue the mer who have stolen their son. They seek the floating city of Akrotia, forsaken a thousand years ago, which the mer aspire to restore to enchanted glory with the life of their child. And along the way Cynthia must persuade the powerful young pyromage, Edan, to help, not ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published August 18th 2011 by Dragon Moon Press (first published August 1st 2011)
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E. Sabin
Oct 30, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
From the first page to the last the suspense is unremitting in this excellent fantasy novel. The third in the series of four novels, Scimitar's Heir never drags or disappoints as middle books in a series can sometimes do. It is a real page-turner, with well-developed characters that the reader cares about and follows with great interest. Chris Jackson places his characters in constant danger, and the reader suffers with them as they face that danger and, sometimes, death. The many twists and tur ...more
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Aug 14, 2012 rated it liked it
This book was very slow in comparison to the first 2. It was still good and the author is very talented, especially with foreshadowing, but I think it is getting too spread out.

I am definitely going to finish the series, but I really hope operates on a smaller scale.
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From the sea to the stars, Chris A. Jackson’s stories take you to the far reaches of the imagination. Raised on the back deck of a fishing boat and trained as a marine biologist, he became sidetracked by a career in biomedical research, but regained his heart and soul in 2009 when he and his wife Anne left the dock aboard the 45-foot sailboat Mr Mac to cruise the Caribbean and write fulltime.
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