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Invasion J Robert King is a good writer, and puts in some wonderful flourishes see my notes, if you can, for a few nice moments , but overall is hampered by I don t know The necessities of the genre What WOTC told him he had to put in there The plot starts off with a rehash of Mercadian Masques which seemed unnecessary at best, and confusing at second best , but at least it s a linear narrative with the Weatherlight crew vs Tsabo Tavoc the boo hiss Phyrexians Then they fight.Also, many, J Robert King is a good writer, and puts in some wonderful flourishes see my notes, if you can, for a few nice moments , but overall is hampered by I don t know The necessities of the genre What WOTC told him he had to put in there The plot starts off with a rehash of Mercadian Masques which seemed unnecessary at best, and confusing at second best , but at least it s a linear narrative with the Weatherlight crew vs Tsabo Tavoc the boo hiss Phyrexians Then they fight.Also, many, many other characters fight My favorite character in the whole saga of M TG so far , Teferi, pops in for like three pages, like he does, and the character that shone for me in this book was, I think again, Barrin Barrin s emotional arc was about the only thing that really shone through as real to me I don t know why it got only as much screen time as the other oh shit I have seven pages total to try to convey this tragedy and its effects on others plotlines but it worked YMMV.Urza is full on needs of the many inhuman here, which I dig I ll admit, I m getting pretty excited to be done with the Weatherlight crew I might make it through this final ish trilogy w them soon This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Bombs should take less time to make than soldiers, so why not bomb the entire battlefield before sending your soldiers if they were gonna destroy the place anyway This felt rushed The entire story was nothing but now Phyrexia is invading, and we re trying to fight back This might be fine, but it felt like we were just constantly jumping from set piece to set piece One instance that comes to mind is near the very end.Urza suddenly assembles the planesvengers of whom the only known name was Freyalise , says it s going to take 2 weeks in a time bubble on Tolaria to train to use the titans..and then literally fade to black, cut to 2 weeks real ti This felt rushed The entire story was nothing but now Phyrexia is invading, and we re trying to fight back This might be fine, but it felt like we were just constantly jumping from set piece to set piece One instance that comes to mind is near the very end.Urza suddenly assembles the planesvengers of whom the only known name was Freyalise , says it s going to take 2 weeks in a time bubble on Tolaria to train to use the titans..and then literally fade to black, cut to 2 weeks real time later on the next line.It s not inherently problematic, but it happens constantly, and it makes the entire thing feel hurried with no strong thread holding it all together.Also of note is I finished this in under three hours The shortest book previously was about 4 Not sure exactly what that means, but it s definitely a change Perhaps owing to it s focus on one long battle, I found this book rather boring and difficult to get through Which is unfortunate since it contains significant events for Urza and the Weatherlight s crew. Love every scene with Barrin, battle or not.The fight scenes with Multani are excellent I had mixed feelings about the sections with the weatherlight crew and Eladamri Liked the scenes with Agnate and Thaddeus.This book does a great job establishing the real scope of this world wide invasion A lot of books say its a worldwide invasion and there are only one or two battles going on It is really cool to see all of Urza s plans finally come to fruition after literally thousands of years of pr Love every scene with Barrin, battle or not.The fight scenes with Multani are excellent I had mixed feelings about the sections with the weatherlight crew and Eladamri Liked the scenes with Agnate and Thaddeus.This book does a great job establishing the real scope of this world wide invasion A lot of books say its a worldwide invasion and there are only one or two battles going on It is really cool to see all of Urza s plans finally come to fruition after literally thousands of years of preparation Truth be told, I would give the book closer to 2.5 stars, maybe even 2.75 but I rounded down because that cover art is downright ugly I almost felt embarrassed reading it in publicThis book starts out in the throws of action and doesn t let up for over half the book, and it is distracting I had to force myself to read the first 160 pages The battle scenes were well written, especially King s descriptions of the skirmishes of the Weatherlight, but the fact that from page one the reader is m Truth be told, I would give the book closer to 2.5 stars, maybe even 2.75 but I rounded down because that cover art is downright ugly I almost felt embarrassed reading it in publicThis book starts out in the throws of action and doesn t let up for over half the book, and it is distracting I had to force myself to read the first 160 pages The battle scenes were well written, especially King s descriptions of the skirmishes of the Weatherlight, but the fact that from page one the reader is mired in some sort of battle makes this book hard to get into It could just be that it differs so much from the formula laid out from the previous Magic the Gathering books which generally had a narrative arc that built up to an epic battle at the end But with the beginning of the book jumping from the invasion of Benalia to the invasion of Yavimaya to the invasion of Shiv, etc., etc., there is no real plot for the reader to latch onto until about page 160.I also found it distracting having read all the books in order, and having not heard from Gerrard and the gang for three books before this one, about what was going on at the beginning Are they just coming back from Mercadia I wasn t sure, and had to go try and look it up.The last half of the book, however, almost makes up for the convoluted first half You finally get a lull in the action and there is finally some narrative The battle for the Caves of Koilos is a really well written battle scene that becomes a surprising page turner though well written end fight scenes from King are something I ve come to expect having read his other installments in the franchise And he ends the book on quite the cliff hanger.Also, between Prophecy and this book, I just feel bad for Barrin I m a gigantic fan of the whole arc as it feels like a pivotal point in the development of the universe The entire series, at least for a long time before and after, revolves around the events of this book, and two others in the same arc If you like fantasy that isn t your typical dungeons and dragons style concepts, then you ll enjoy this. The Phyrexian nightmare begins Dominaria faces its biggest threat an invasion by its greatest enemy, an attack planned for eons by merciless foes No one is exempt from their terror No land is safe from their onslaught In the shadow of the Phyrexian horde, Dominaria has but one hope the Weatherlight and her crew The time has come to defend hearth and home from invasion [PDF / Epub] ❤ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✅ Ellen A. Easton – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk an attack planned for eons by merciless foes No one is exempt from their terror No land is safe from their onslaught In the shadow of the Phyrexian horde ❰BOOKS❯ ✬ The Light Over London Author Julia Kelly – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Dominaria has but one hope the Weatherlight and her crew The time has come to defend hearth and home from invasion A very interesting book, for being a tie in You don t have to be a fan of M tG to love it These yellowed pulpy pages tell an epic thrill ride is girded with a tight plot and stocked with with surprisingly deep characters This series introduces one of my favorite antagonistic races of all, the Phyrexians. i thought this book was going to be really bad because it is a Magic book and even though i am a fan of the game i didn t expect much Yet this book was awesome, tons of great battles, you get the feel of the war happening and the characters are fun and engaging.worth a read


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