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Uled, the originator of the carnivorous Aern, the plantlike Vael, and the reptilian Zaur, has completed his plan to return from the dead, unleashing an army of undead creatures on the living world.

Prince Rivvek has achieved peace between his people and the Aern, but at the cost of his capital city and the departure of a large portion of his military on a suicide mission t
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Published February 21st 2017 by Pyr
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Clay Kallam
Jul 18, 2017 rated it did not like it
Shelves: sf-fantasy
Though in some ways I'd like to, I can't find a way to give a positive spin to “Worldshaker” (Pyr, $18, 349 pages). Author J. F. Lewis notes in his acknowledgments that he was battling illness while finishing this book, the third in the Grudgebearer Trilogy, but even so, the quality of the book is really the bottom line -- and the quality here is sadly lacking.

Though I read an advance copy, and it’s possible that the many typographical errors will be corrected in the finished version, it still w
Jared Millet
Jun 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Was really looking forward to the slam-bang finale to this gem of an epic fantasy trilogy, and the conclusion of warring gods, armies, species, dragons, and monsters is everything I could have hoped for. Battles are fought against insurmountable odds, enemies become allies in ways that stay true to their characters, and schemes that have been building throughout the series blossom into fantastic a-ha! revelations.

It was kind of odd to read this book directly after finishing Ann Leckie's Ancil
May 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Mar 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great ending

A wonderful conclusion to a good trilogy. Nice set up for another series later on, looking forward to another good read.
Herbert Kanengoni
Mar 02, 2017 rated it liked it
Good read but felt rushed in this book. Could have easily expanded it to double the size with better explanations of some of what was going on. Maybe it's just me.
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