The Protector and the Peacemaker

The Protector and the Peacemaker Every War Must End Porter Sarah and their friends are running out of time Arch Mythic Rayalga plans to lead his army against humanity and lay claim to the earth and the Slayers are marching to meet

  • Title: The Protector and the Peacemaker
  • Author: Adam Bolander
  • ISBN: 9781499528732
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every War Must End Porter, Sarah, and their friends are running out of time Arch Mythic Rayalga plans to lead his army against humanity and lay claim to the earth, and the Slayers are marching to meet them Porter and Sarah must hurry if they want to end the war without needless bloodshed but how The Master Slayer, Drake Mortoph, will do anything to stop them, and he hEvery War Must End Porter, Sarah, and their friends are running out of time Arch Mythic Rayalga plans to lead his army against humanity and lay claim to the earth, and the Slayers are marching to meet them Porter and Sarah must hurry if they want to end the war without needless bloodshed but how The Master Slayer, Drake Mortoph, will do anything to stop them, and he has a secret powerful enough to make history repeat itself.

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    About “Adam Bolander”

    1. Adam Bolander

      Adam grew up struggling with several learning disabilities, but they were not enough to dampen his love of books His love for reading was second only to his dream of writing his own books Though it took him several years, he has at last realized that dream Adam is the author of three free to read webnovels He never wants to stop writing, so you can expect many books from him in the future.

    181 thoughts on “The Protector and the Peacemaker”

    1. What a great story! Wow! It weaves so much together and I never lost track. There's so much detail but nothing felt overdone. I look forward to rereading these books someday. It will feel like visiting old friends.Like the second book in this series there was a lot of action and fighting scenes. This one however went a lot deeper into their thoughts, feelings and emotions. It felt so much more personal. I had such a great feeling of hope the entire time I was reading. We all like reading a book [...]


    2. I found this to be the best of the three in The Slayer and the Sphinx trilogy, though it was a very nearly a tie with book two. My favorite aspects of this story include the personal growth of the characters, the battles and the magic. Even the minor characters are given their moment in the spotlight, and the reader is given insight into their motivations for both good and ill. Granger and Domino fall into this category. The time devoted to them makes their part in the story much more meaningful [...]


    3. (This review may contain spoilers).I was really happy to be able to read the final book in this trilogy. There were things I did miss in this (such as how things went with Tick and Joseph), but there was a lot tension in this book and I kept reading throughout.I liked seeing Porter and Sarah together, though I didn't really like how Sarah treated Porter after she was told about her parents. Even though I could understand why Sarah felt like that, I felt her personality became quite sharply contr [...]


    4. They had no choice. It was run, or be slaughtered.The Slayers were in Jellaska Kob Lertan, laying waste to all they came across. Porter, Sarah, and the rest of the band scattered to the four winds, hoping to be able to meet up again somewhere away from the carnage.Tick is unfortunate enough to be caught by slave traders, and meets a young chimera by the name of Domino. The rest of the group has found each other and, accompanied by a strange chimera by the name of Gwinn, fights its way to the res [...]


    5. The protector and the peacemaker picks up right as book 2 (the convict and the captive) leaves off Porter, Sarah, and their band of followers head off to save Tick from slave traders. This is just one quest this group have in this final installment of the series. In this book we see armies taking shape on both the Mythic, and the Slayer's sides. We see just how far both leaders will go to win this war.Our band of heroes come up with a plan on how they can prevent the war from happeningif they ca [...]


    6. Full of imagination and vivid images. There were a few parts that really didn't add up for me and some silly clichés (eg all the good guys patiently taking turns to fight a powerful villain). Easily a 4 star book except that it's utterly riddled with errors. I've never read a book with this many typos and mistakes, in part because I'd stop reading if I ran into thisbut I'm glad I looked past these issues for this story!


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