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Valor The Banished Lands Are Torn By War As The Army Of High King Nathair Sweeps The Realm Challenging All Who Oppose His Holy Crusade Allied With The Manipulative Queen Rhin Of Cambren, There Are Few Who Can Stand Against Him But Rhin Is Playing Her Own Games And Has Her Eyes On A Far Greater Prize Left For Dead Her Kin Have Fled And Her Country Is Overrun With Enemies Cywen Fights To Survive But Any Chance Of Escape Is Futile Once Nathair And His Disquieting Advisor Calidus Realize Who She Is They Have No Intention Of Letting Such A Prize Slip From Their Grasp For She May Be Their One Chance At Killing The Biggest Threat To Their Power Meanwhile, The Young Warrior Corban Flees From His Conquered Homeland With His Exiled Companions, Heading For The Only Place That May Offer Them Sanctuary But To Get There They Must Travel Through Cambren, Avoiding Warbands, Giants And The Vicious Wolven Of The Mountains And All The While Corban Struggles To Become The Man That Everyone Believes Him To Be The Bright Star And Saviour Of The Banished Lands Embroiled In Struggles For Power And Survival, The Mortal World Is Unaware Of The Greatest Threat Of All In The Otherworld, Dark Forces Scheme To Bring A Host Of The Fallen Into The World Of Flesh To End The War With The Faithful, Once And For All

About the Author: John Gwynne

Malice is my debut novel Goldsboro Books of London, specialists in signed first editions, have made Malice their Book of the Month for December 2012.I was born in Singapore while my dad was stationed there in the RAF Up until he retired that meant a lot of traveling around, generally a move every three years or so.I live with my wife and four wonderful and demanding children in East Sussex.

10 thoughts on “Valor

  1. says:

    War has erupted in the Banished Lands as the race for power intensifies and with that eruption, comes a well deserved 5 stars rating.I gave huge praises to Malice, it was impressive but Valor, the second book in John Gwynne s debut series was incredibly better than its predecessor I included both Malice and Valor in one of my all time favorite lists that s two out of four books of the series already Judging from the quality progression of the series, I strongl

  2. says:

    One thought circled in his head like the black birds swirling about the mountain peaks They must be stopped CorbanValour carries on literally minutes after the action when Malice presented us such an amazing breathless finale We witness the so called Bright Star Corban and his bizarre accumulated band of all sorts that incorporates warriors, witches, Queens and outcast woodsmen following on from the evacuation of Dun Carreg due to the unforeseeable monstrous actions tha

  3. says:

    5 5 Memory is a double edged sword, Uthas It can keep you strong through dark times, but it can also cripple you, keep you locked in a moment that no longer exists Bravo to Mr John Gywnne for writing another fantastic book This is what happens when Lord Of The Rings meets Game Of Thrones. THIS BOOK IS BRUTAL I LOVE ITI thought Malice was good. This book is even better Shit got real and hectic on page one I absolutely adored this book and pretty much devoured it, I couldn t ta

  4. says:

    More people freaking die, but of course that s to be expected right I didn t cry though Yay, me And of course I loved the book This book starts up where the first book leaves off Corban and the crew are on the run after the fall of Dun Carreg where they lived They sail across the water getting into troubles, meeting up with new people, deaths, etc and so forth I loved when the Jehar Warriors came I was so looking forward to reading about them I hope to read in the next book, but P

  5. says:

    Even though the opinions about Malice, the first book of this series, are divided, I had fun reading it and enjoyed it very much Slow pacing and a large cast of characters didn t bother me at all but because I ve read it a couple a months ago I decided to reread it and refresh my memory, prepare myself for adventures to come Upon rereading it I realized two things I loved it even the second time and my expectations for the rest of the series were raised sky high A few people told me that i

  6. says:

    5 A buddy read with the Fantasy maniacs at BBB We need to get our revenge on Just read it for the second time and I am just as emotionally invested and ruined as I was the first time around Goodness gravies Could John have hit any tender spots in my soul and attacked my adrenaline centers with the last 30% of the book, just so my body would not know to melt or to explode This is what happens when a reader gets attached to characters and those same characters are being put in situations which coul

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    See this review and like it at www.bookbastion.net_________Related Reviews Book I Malice Picking up exactly where Malice, left off, John Gwynne re enters the epic fantasy foray with a stunning followup to his debut novel that I won t soon forget Those who worry about picking up series written by a debut author, have no fear here because the story movement and character building here is just as lovingly crafted by Mr Gwynne as it was in the first book Whereas Malice is a bit slower in its delivery as it

  8. says:

    Actual rating 6 stars out of 5 This book gets an extra star solely because of how amazingly well written his female characters are More on that later.I really wish I would ve had time throughout the week to have read this beauty As much as I loved it, I actually think I liked Malice , for reasons I can t really put my finger on I think it felt like was going on in Malice, but I wasn t ever bored while reading this I would say that the only complaint I would have with this book is how a lot of the tragedies a

  9. says:

    What if the Dark Lord s champion thought he was the Chosen One, the savior of all mankind This book was amazing Where to even beginThis story picks up exactly where it left off, but Mr Gwynne has definitely shifted a gear and picked up the pace, never slowing down and delivering the punches non stop I don t want to give anything away, so I will merely say that many of the true identities behind the names listed in Halvor s prophecy are revealed to the reader, if not yet guessed There are battles, betrayals and valor g

  10. says:

    Wolven, crows, ravens, hounds.What will it be next I am adoring this series We hear the story from all POVs and we lurch almost from action scene to action scene My heart was in my mouth on many occasions You know people you care about are going to die it s just a matter of who and how soon.Despite the dark content, this book manages to make me warm and fuzzy inside too Corbin has a big heart and the love seems to spread out from him Camlin and Coralen are just two examples of how people are transformed by his attitudes and

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