Knights of the Sword


      Knights of the Sword
The greatest order of chivalry in the history of Krynn.After a knight has achieved the Order of the Crown, he must then begin his training in the virtues of courage and heroism in order to achieve the Order of the Sword.This is the second tale of Sir Pirvan the Wayward, whose reluctant and inauspicious beginnings bore few clues to his potential as a Knight of the Sword or as a Knight of the Crown, nor as a mentor for another similarly dubious prospect for Krynn s greatest order of chivalry.Roland J Green is the author of the Starcruiser Shenandoah and Wandor series and numerous Conan novels, and is coauthor with Jerr Pournelle of the Jannisaries series.The Warriors series details the exploits of the heroes and villains of the War of the Lance 1995 TSR, Inc P 2013 Audible, Inc. Best Read Knights of the Sword [ by ] Roland J. Green [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Roland James Green is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and editor He has written as Roland Green and Roland J Green and had 28 books in the Richard Blade series published under the pen name Jeffrey Lord.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 302 pages
  • Knights of the Sword
  • Roland J. Green
  • English
  • 03 April 2019
  • 0786902027

10 thoughts on “ Knights of the Sword

  1. says:

    My actual rating is 1.5 stars and the only reason I jumped up to.5 star was the final battle scene which I enjoyed.This takes place in the world of Dragonlance This is a sequel to Knights of the Crown and continues the story of Sir Pirvan and his wife In this story, a group of bandits led by a minotaur are roaming free and Pirvan is asked to take care of the problem before it leads to bigger problems.I did not care for this book First, I am not a fan of the author s writing style In the My actual rating is 1.5 stars and the only reason I jumped up to.5 star was the final battle scene which I enjoyed.This takes place in the world of Dragonlance This is a sequel to Knights of the Crown and continues the story of Sir Pirvan and his wife In this story, a group of bandits led by a minotaur are roaming free and Pirvan is asked to take care of the problem before it leads to bigger problems.I did not care for this book First, I am not a fan of the author s writing style In the first book, it bothered me but the storythan made up for it I...

  2. says:

    Sir Pirvan attempts to avoid war between Istar and Karthay He must make peace between a Minotaur and his heir before the war becomes unavoidable I did not read this story out loud for an audience and I think it allowed me to enjoy it without the break in flow and understanding It is interesting to read about the encroaching and abusive power of Istar How at this time good leaders still exist the Kingpriest and General Aurhinius are examples but many in the capital are bent on the Sir Pirvan attempts to avoid war between Istar and Karthay He must make peace between a Minotaur and his heir before the war becomes unavoidable I did not read this story out loud for an audience an...

  3. says:

    A lot of the same characters from Knights of the Crown which was great Storyline took me a bit to get into, but it grew on me steadily Once again, Sir Privan is not a Knight of the Sword but a knight of the Crown So title is a bit misleading, if not giving t...

  4. says:

    Okay This is Sir Pirvan s tale continued More chivalry,honor andtrials to prove his worth.

  5. says:

    Another somewhat dubiously named book There is only one knight to speak of in the book, Pirvan, and he is not exactly the most knightly of knights He is also not a Knight of the Sword, he is a Knight of the Crown in this book Minor detailsWhile this volume suffers from some of the same weaknesses of Green s first book, I found it to be an improvement There is nothing particularly important to the Dragonlance setting here, but it almost became interesting in the later half of the book I Another somewhat dubiously named book There is only one knight to speak of in the book, Pirvan, and he is not exactly the most knightly of knights He is also not a Knight of the Sword, he is a Knight of the Crown in this book Minor detailsWhile this volume suffers from some of the same weaknesses of Green s first book, I found it to be an improvement There is nothing...

  6. says:

    Pirvan el Caballero La historia de sir Pirvan Wayward, volumen 2 es su nombre en castellano de este libro He de decir que no me ha entusiasmado para nada De acuerdo con otra rese a, al principio no me enter de nada, pero al final coge algo de inter s gracias a una espectacular batalla Puede que a este hecho de no enterarme de nada al principio tenga que ver que no me le el volumen 1 de esta saga En cualquier caso, la narrativa no creo que es excelente en este libro, y alg n fallo de Pirvan el Caballero La historia de sir Pirvan Wayward, volumen 2 es su nombre en castellano de este libro He de decir que no me ha entusiasmado para nada De acuerdo con otra rese a, al principio no me enter de nada, pero al final coge algo de inter s gracias a una espectacular batalla Puede que a este hecho de no enterarme de nada al principio tenga que ver que no me le el volumen 1 de esta saga En cualquier caso, la narrativa ...

  7. says:

    It seems that this series will not improve.My previous complaints stand This author knows nothing about Dragonlance um, the True Gods mentions are anachronisms, because they aren t the True Gods until AFTER the Cataclysm, during the War of the Lance , and I m starting to doubt his working knowledge of fantasy peasants speaking just one step below Shakespearean actors.The characters are flat and uninteresting, and the plot was crystal clear to me after the first three pages.I did not It seems that this series will not improve.My previ...

  8. says:

    I did not care of any of this author s work

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