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On the night of the new moon the demons rise in force seeking the deaths of two men both of whom have the potential to become the fabled Deliverer the man prophesied to reunite the scattered remnants of humanity in a final push to destroy the demon corelings once and for allArlen Bales was once an ordinary man but now he has become something —the Warded Man tattooed with eldritch wards so powerful they make him a match for any demon Arlen denies he is the Deliverer at every turn but the he tries to be one with the common folk the fervently they believe Many would follow him but Arlen’s path threatens to lead him to a dark place he alone can travel to and from which there may be no returningThe only one with hope of keeping Arlen in the world of men or joining him in his descent into the world of demons is Renna Tanner a fierce young woman in danger of losing herself to the power of demon magicAhmann Jardir has forged the warlike desert tribes of Krasia into a demon killing army and proclaimed himself Shar’Dama Ka the Deliverer He carries ancient weapons a spear and a crown that give credence to his claim and already vast swaths of the green lands bow to his controlBut Jardir did not come to power on his own His rise was engineered by his First Wife Inevera a cunning and powerful priestess whose formidable demon bone magic gives her the ability to glimpse the future Inevera’s motives and past are shrouded in mystery and even Jardir does not entirely trust herOnce Arlen and Jardir were as close as brothers Now they are the bitterest of rivals As humanity’s enemies rise the only two men capable of defeating them are divided against each other by the most deadly demons of all those lurking in the human heart


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    The story changes focus but continues to be strong I'm hooked on these books They're the fun exciting imaginative fantasy I used to love way back in the 80s but written for the new milenium with all the additional sharpness and insights that entailsBrett combines a wonderful idea the particular combination of 'bad guys' and magic that drives the series with great characterisation across a broad castTo deliver literary punches to write scenes where we care who lives and who dies takes time Time to wind up for the blow Time to put lives behind those name tags time to make the solutions to problems meaningful rather than arbitrary Fortunately it's time well spent I found the Inervera back story absorbing both in its own right and for the second perspective it offered on events in Desert Spear I am not a person who believes there's a 'now' in storyland and that unless we're moving the plot forward in the 'now' then nothing is happening If the story of Inervera's initiation into the disciplines of her craft is well told and it was that's as interesting to me as the 'now' at Cutters' Hollow and the coming attacks I don't see one as valid and important as the otherIt is true that the timeline doesn't advance a great many days past the point reached in Desert Spear However an enormous amount is learned in that space of days a hell of a lot of stuff blows up ichor and blood splatter the page and a good time is had by all kinda Well by this reader at the very leastInsert Having had a chance to see reaction to this book over the past 6 months I have this to add I've seen quite a few negative reactions to The Daylight War on forumsblogs This seems to be part of how stuff works By the time a series is getting established it's often only the people who are upset by the turn of events who bother to register their opinions I could say the same about George Martin's A Dance With Dragons for example but both The Daylight War and A Dance With Dragons have thousands of ratings on Goodreads and average scores of 420 and 421 respectively so it seems that the bulk of readers are enjoying them a lot and not saying muchFor me these were three quite different books and that can always cause problems in terms of reader expectationsThe Warded Man A book of discovery new world new enemies new magic new charactersThe Desert Spear Exploring a new point of view and setting up the human vs human conflictThe Daylight War Really focused on the characters One might call it soap opera but that's not a bad thing if it means putting characters we love through their paces exploring the relationships putting them under stress and seeing what happened So yes The Daylight War delivered like a deliverer I got my new information I got my development of the demon world and the daylight world I got my fix of the main cast and a collection of new faces I got my mass battles touching moments tension fun I'm a happy camper Just need the next book now Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes