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Im going to miss the 4. Rereads, rereads, rereads. View all 10 comments. Mini Review: [4. Thats McClellan. Ive been a book reviewer for almost a decade, and its difficult sometimes to turn off my critical eye.
But every once in a while, a series comes along where I can just sit back and appreciate the journey without all the constant evaluation.
These are the kinds of stories that give me fire as a reviewer the ones that end up on my favorites lists to be Mini Review: [4.
These are the kinds of stories that give me fire as a reviewer — the ones that end up on my favorites lists to be recommended for years. The quality of every element was so on-point, but by far my favorite component was the characters and the amazing relationships cultivated between them.
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View all 4 comments. Let me begin by saying I really enjoyed the characters in this series. Ben Styke was the highlight of these books for me. His personality, commanding page "One of the greatest dangers a soldier could face was the feeling of his own invincibility.
His personality, commanding page presence, and history won me over from the beginning. Even side characters like Ichtracia, Ka-poel, and Bo were given enough page time for me to develop a good grasp of their personalities.
Brian McClellan is a master at characterization and it clearly shows in the characters he developed for this series.
Unfortunately, the story itself fell a bit flat for me. With this being the final book in the trilogy, I was expecting a lot of action, magical battles, suspense, and maybe a twist or two.
Maybe there was a little suspense, but nowhere near what I anticipated. The story just felt rushed to me, especially the ending.
When I was pages from being finished, I thought to myself "There is no way this can all be wrapped up in more pages.
It sure enough was. I loved the first book in this series. The second book had a little fall off, but it was still easily a 4 star read. I gave all 3 books in The Powder Mage trilogy 5 stars.
So what the hell happened here??? So, we have amazing characters, but a story that didn't manage to pull off the great ending I was hoping for.
It happens! It won't dissuade me from reading any of Brian's future books. We won't always like everything an author publishes, but that doesn't mean I am any less of a fan.
I still urge fantasy fans to go out and give this series a try. The first book is phenomenal, and the second book is very good as well.
Hopefully, you will enjoy this one more than I did. View all 5 comments. Feb 03, Audrey rated it it was amazing. Blood of empire isnt only the end of the god of blood and powder trilogy but it puts an end of an era.
Its supposed to be the last book related to the powdermages world and I have to say more than anything its really hard to say farewell to my beloved saga.
With the second trilogy we cant help to notice than Brian McClellan had increase for the better his writing and managed to improve with this second round.
Vlora Flint , for better or for worse, I found it was a good idea to bring back a character we knew from the first trilogy and mostly someone directly connected to the field Marshall Tamas.
Mad Ben Styke, he was quite a new character. First introduced in the ghost of Tristan Basin and the mad lancers , we learned more about him.
I can tell that Mad Ben is a complex character but sometimes he revealed more sane than anyone. Ben Styke was an adult who learned to grow up in a violence world and in fact became what circumstances asked for him during the Fastrata revolution.
When the revolution was over they got rid of him like an unwanted toy. Beyond the spy we learned to know a person who will stoop to anything to save his city his people.
I can safely say that without him the fight would had been lost since the beginning. Finally I must say it was good to see again some characters from the first trilogy even in the background.
My only issue in this book was the slow pace of the story of Ben but overall I really liked this book and this trilogy of course.
View all 13 comments. Ka-Sedial and the Dynize Empire are on the cusp of creating a new god. Vlora, Ben Styke, Michel Bravis, and many others go to extremes to prevent that from happening.
Blood of Empire was largely what I expected from the conclusion of the Gods of Blood and Power series. Lots of intrigue and battles.
I was hoping to see if Brian McClellan had something more or truly unexpected in store for this book, but he unfortunately didn't.
Blood of Empire is the first book in the Powder Mage universe that I got from the library rather than buying since Promise of Blood and I did end up buying Promise of Blood later on.
My challenge with this series compared to the novellas and the Powder Mage trilogy is I haven't found someone to truly route for.
I've somewhat enjoyed Ben Styke, but he doesn't fill my desire for a lead character. I'm more indifferent to Vlora and Michel although I have to admit, they really came alive for me in this final installment.
Ben, Vlora, and Michel all face significant personal trials in this book. They grow from them in a truly organic sense becoming more human by the page.
This was a huge shift for me when it came to Vlora and Michel because they were largely forgettable in the prior two books. In a lot of ways the entire Gods of Blood and Power series felt like a sequel to the Powder Mage trilogy.
Unfortunately not in a good way. A lot of the aspects felt copied from the original series despite being in a new location and having some different abilities.
I did enjoy it, but just not as much as the first series. As far as Blood of Empire specifically goes, it's pretty even with it's predecessors in this series.
It's a good book, but not one I imagine finding myself desiring to revisit. On top of lacking a truly compelling lead, the book lacks a compelling villain.
The story describes Ka-Sedial being incredibly evil, but he's seen so rarely that he's more of a looming danger than an active villain.
Blood of Empire was a solid conclusion to the Gods of Blood and Power trilogy. Dec 02, Silvana rated it really liked it Shelves: z-sl-sword-challenge , mine-mine-mine , reading-with-friends , fyeahfantasy , kindle-google , z-sffreading-challenge , z-sffseriescomplete-challenge.
Whew, what a ride. Brian McClellan is one of my favorite military flintlock fantasy writers. His Powder Mage trilogy has one of the best magic systems I ever read while his characters were compelling and memorable.
Three years ago I was pleasantly surprised when he announced a new trilogy set in the same world, featuring one of the characters that I felt was underused, misunderstood and even marginalized in the first trilogy, Vlora Flint.
There are of course two other main POV characters, a Whew, what a ride. There are of course two other main POV characters, a soldier and a spy.
Both were sympathetic characters as well, but I gotta admit that I care about Vlora the most. It was a roller coaster journey since book 1, Sins of Empire.
I was amazed with the tight plotting, the world building and so on. In fact, I think I gave the first two books five stars, with the hope that the last book continued that trend.
It did not. I think the ending could be better, more epic, with more stakes. It felt a bit rushed. Morever, I think some characters lucky it's not Vlora are underutilized or confined by plot prison.
Ben Styke spent most of his time watching other people actually doing stuff, for instance. And where's all the magic? We did get some cool Privileged stuff but the others, like the magical armor of the renowned Mad Lancers?
Where was it? The Powder Mage magic - which is the best part of this universe - was also very unnoticeable, it's almost MIA. Having said those, the book still kept me awake for three nights in a row because it was entertaining.
Gods of Blood and Powder is therefore still one of the best fantasy trilogies I ever read and I am sad I have to say good bye to the fantastic world of powder mages, Privileges, bone eyes, dragon men, and the great and most illustrious Adran army.
Should maybe have reread Sins ans Wrath because I thought I remembered more than I actually did, and spent some time being confused while reading this one.
But the books are bit long and I was also too impatient for rereads. Apart from that, I didn't enjoy this one as much as I did McClellans previous works.
Not sure if I liked the ending. It felt rushed and I don't know how I feel about certain outcomes from it.
Would still recommend this series, and of course the Powder Mage trilogy. Since it Should maybe have reread Sins ans Wrath because I thought I remembered more than I actually did, and spent some time being confused while reading this one.
Since it was a couple of years since I read Powder mage, and was able to binge that one, whereas with this trilogy I had to read it as it was released, I can't say which of the trilogies are the strongest.
But Powder mage felt stronger from beginning to end. Taniel also has his own PoV in Powder mage. This trilogy could have used a litte more Taniel and Ka-poel.
It was a blessing though we got Ka-poel through Ben's chapters in this book Okay so as you might be able to tell, Taniel and Ka-poel were my favourite character from the previous trilogy, and I had quite some grievance that they were background characters in this trilogy.
I did, however, like the characters in this trilogy. While I never hated Vlora in Powder mage, which seems to be the popular opinion, I never quite liked her either.
I was indifferent towards her. So I had no issues getting into her chapters in Sins. And while I did take a liking to Ben and his relationship with Celine which was the purest thing ever my heart went out to Michel Bravis.
My little spymaster, who just happened to be introduced in Sins as drinking at fuck-this-hour in the morning, and the words "Mornings, summer, and people being late.
A perfect trifecta to put him in a foul mood. Looking forward for future books from McClellan! If you enjoy Battles the occasional , magic, political skulduggery, tales of revenge or high adventure then this is a trilogy for you.
May 31, Wick Welker rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , favorites. A perfectly paced and fun conclusion to the Gods of Blood and Powder trilogy.
McClellan can really do no wrong. I have read both of his flintlock fantasy series and this guy really knows how to spin a story.
His greatest strength is pacing. There is something that comes so effortless about reading his books, even more so with his polished second series.
The world building is really excellent. The nations, their history and lore, along their differing cultures really flesh out this fantasy world.
It's very easy to imagine your on the streets of Landfall or back in Adopest. There is harmony and consistency within this world and it makes for a seamless read from one book to the next.
The characters are all really fun. Quests and daily tasks keep boredom at bay. There is always something new to discover, even for advanced players.
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