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Two years have passed since the battle of Sangwa. The war between dragol and humans has ravaged all seven kingdoms of Terrianus, with Angweleth falling under the command of the most powerful dragol, Omni. When Vannera, now a leader of a multi kingdom army, closes in on the principal Viritania, the latter deduces that Davydd must be on Teinerus searching for Feona's weapon,Two years have passed since the battle of Sangwa. The war between dragol and humans has ravaged all seven kingdoms of Terrianus, with Angweleth falling under the command of the most powerful dragol, Omni. When Vannera, now a leader of a multi kingdom army, closes in on the principal Viritania, the latter deduces that Davydd must be on Teinerus searching for Feona's weapon, and that a certain fallen red star, may not be what the dragol thought it was all along. In the meantime, two kings of Terrianus join forces to pursue the dragol, who have braved treacherous waters in search of an ancient box of power, created by a long forgotten deity - Order....

Title : The War of Two Realms (Curse of The Seventh Sword Book 2)
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ISBN : 29358082
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 293 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The War of Two Realms (Curse of The Seventh Sword Book 2) Reviews

  • Maggy Mae
    2018-09-30 09:52

    An amazing follow up to the first book. I must admit I had looked forward to this book for a while and I was not disappointed. Interesting ideas, excellent battles and brave leaders. Several chapters held me at the edge of my seat with my heart in my mouth. ***SPOILER ALERT*** Four principals remain, I can't wait to get my hands on the third book!

  • Catherine Price
    2018-10-12 03:19

    I loved it.

  • A.J. Raven
    2018-10-07 05:18

    An awesome sequel to the first part in the series. Author Kelechi Agu again makes use of fantasy and action-heavy battles to set a tone that works well to develop characters. I'm all for Vannera in this series and I liked her progress in the story. How many series out there can boast about a female leader? Not many, and that was set The War of Two Realms apart. The Princess has come a long way and I'm glad about it. The story will continue and I'm looking forward to the next book. An enjoyable read for those who like fantasy, battles, and a solid cast of characters.Note: Same review has been posted on Amazon US under the pen name Omar Mujtaba.