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read A Warrior's Penance doc ☆ Kindle Edition õ randarenewables Ö Alternate cover edition of ASIN B01GARM1MGThe thunderous conclusion to the award winning fantasy epicFollowing Stronghold’s destruction Rukh and Jessira lead the ragged remnants of the OutCastes on the long march to Ashoka There they seeAlternate cover edition of ASIN B01GARM1MGThe thunderous conclusion to the award winning fantasy epicFollowing Stronghold’s destruction Rukh and Jessira lead the ragged remnants of the OutCastes on the long march to Ashoka There they seek sanctuary for her people but in order to do so they must overcome unyielding law tha This was a very good conclusion to a trilogy I enjoyed immensely I love the world Davis Ashura created in these books and how our character ultimately changed that world for the better in so many ways In addition to the fun fantasy trappings this series is a commentary on the need for humans to be open minded It is also a deeply human story on all levels There's plenty of action and plenty of magic But there are also trips to plays nights in restaurants and uiet days with familyAt times I wanted the story to be a bit faster paced but these deeply human and mostly ordinary events made my bond with the characters even stronger I felt for the characters even for some of the characters who weren't such good peopleOverall this series is a very good read and proof that there is some great self published fantasy out there I highly recommend itRating 910

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T demands exile for all ghrinasMeanwhile Hal’El Wrestiva exposed and reviled as the Withering Knife murderer escapes from Ashoka and hatches one final scheme to resuscitate his soiled reputation The Virtuous a newly formed organization full of certitude and strife plots the destruction of House Shektan And Li Choke and th 45 A Warrior's Penance is a pretty solid but flawed conclusion of The Castes and the OutCastes trilogy Following the conclusion of A Warrior's Knowledge this book continues the story of Rukh Shektan and his family to survive Suwraith the Sorrow Bringer However the pieces have been set on the chessboard and the final confrontation cannot be avoidedThere are some writing issues present For some reasons Ashura seems to like telling an exact seuence of an event from different perspectives I have this impression that he might have liked all versions of the seuence and decided to include all of them to paint the whole picture While this is good to flesh out the thoughts and nuances of the present characters this techniue also reads extremely repetitive and doesn't progress the narrative Since you'll be already aware of the upcoming event the tension is lost and the pacing is halted I think it would be so much engaging if Ashura had split the perspectives and distributed them within strictly one seuenceAshura is extremely good in depicting camaraderie and daily life of his characters Small banters are also pretty enjoyable Cross cultural dialogue and friction are depicted and addressed well in this book This results in slow burning first half which I didn't really mind Yet there are still lingering convenience and contrivance in terms of unfolding of events Some things still fall easily into place for the sake of the plot progression view spoilerlike how half of Ashokan population easily accept OutCaste refugees without any bloodshed or violence hide spoiler

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A Warrior's PenanceE Baels launch a final desperate plan to save their kind as well as all of HumanityBut it is Rukh who must confront the harshest of choices It is one that will cost him everything he loves but might also see to the salvation of his home He cannot falter for Suwraith has once again turned Her ruinous intentions toward Ashoka A pretty good ending to an overall great series Slight spoiler if you have read the first Mistborn trilogy the ending felt very similar I didn’t really like the ending of that as well I feel like it could have gone so many different ways but it ended with this mystical finale that felt too grand and almost an easy way to end it Overall the book was great The ending just wasn’t what I was hoping for and I left with a couple of uestions and feeling like there were some minor holes in the storyline But again really fun story and would highly recommend to any fantasy readers