The Thief Who Wasn't There


      The Thief Who Wasn't There
Bellarius, saved from utter destruction, is now plunged into vicious civil war Amra has vanished, and while Holgren has a plan to find her and bring her back, the plan teeters between impossibility and insanity.But before he can even implement his plan, Holgren will have to deal with three separate armies vying for control of Bellaria, who view him as a threat, an inconvenience, or a potential tool He ll have to trap and break to his will one of the monstrous rift spawn, abominations born of the Telemarch s madness and power And after that, he ll have to traverse several of the eleven hells in order to steal from the Black Library an ancient artifact of incredible power Free Download [ The Thief Who Wasn't There ] Author [ Michael McClung ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Michael McClung was born in San Antonio, Texas, but now putters around Southeast Asia He has had the requisite number of odd jobs expected of a speculative fiction author, including soldier, book store manager, and bowling alley pin boy His first book, the Sword Sorcery novel Thagoth, won the Del Rey Digital first novel competition in 2002 and was published by Random House in 2003.The first four novels of his self published Sword Sorcery series The Amra Thetys Chronicles will be re released by Ragnarok Publications in 2016.In his spare time, Michael enjoys kickball, brooding and picking scabs.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 247 pages
  • The Thief Who Wasn't There
  • Michael McClung
  • English
  • 20 September 2018

10 thoughts on “ The Thief Who Wasn't There

  1. says:

    And the moral of this reread is live and let live, you say Oh, please That s totally pass and stuff Just ask my yummy if a bit one eyed boyfriend Holgren Angrado Pretty sure he ll tell you that being slightly vindictive and blowing people to bits is the in thing to do these days Much to my nefarious delight, obviously And the other moral of this reread is my dear Mr McClung, I am done with my reread of the series, so please do finish writing book 5...

  2. says:

    Another great sequel in the series Starts of with quote a twist, and brings a new perspective with itI dont really want to say too much, fearing I might accidentally spoiler something, suffice it to say it was just as fast paced and fun as ...

  3. says:

    The author certainly maintains a high standard of storytelling As in the previous Amra Thetys books the interest in the storyline keeps you turning the pages eagerly, and again it was easy to devour in my spare time over just a few days.Previous volumes have Amra as the main POV In this volume it largely features Holgren, her Mage partner Unlike Amra normally he can click his fingers and use his other powerful magics to get himself out of problems As I ve said before that sort of fantasy The author certainly maintains a high standard of storytelling As in the previous Amra Thetys books the interest in the storyline keeps you turning the pages eagerly, and again it was easy to devour in my spare time over just a few days.Previous volumes have Amra as the main POV In this volume it largely features Holgren, her Mage partner Unlike Amra normally he can click his fingers and use his other powerful magics to get himself out of problems As I ve said before that sort of fantasy hero isn t normally to my taste Bu...

  4. says:

    Holgren literally goes to hell and back for his beloved thief The conclusion to this adventure is yet to comehurry book five

  5. says:

    Another good read, another fun entry in Amra s story Different but known main character, and while mostly about Amra, she s not seen or heard from very often Missed hearing from her honestly, but really, really enjoy Holgren and all he puts himself through Great adventure, lots of sorcery, blood, and guts there are sharp blades, but with Holgren they re mostly unnecessary I like the story, and even with a different POV it rollicks along, though the flavor is slightly different t...

  6. says:

    Well it s book 4 but even by book 2 we were watching essentially very high level characters It s rare to see fantasy succeed past this point as everything degenerates into simply uglier and bigger monsters, silly magic, and grafted on in group conflict to generate artifical interest Not here, not quite yet Holgren was treated to some pretty good concepts as he sought to do the impossible I wont spoil anything but we explore the godly pantheonlike , and through a different set of Well it ...

  7. says:

    I read the four books that have so far appeared in this series after it was recommended by Mark Lawrence I will be reading book 5.Readers have compared the books to Fritz Leiber s Grey Mouser series, and one can see the connection However, while Leiber constructed a series of short stories held together mainly by the focus on ...

  8. says:

    Not a stand alone story A very confused and disappointing ending to a story that underwhelmed you theyou read The slow, lacklustre writing embodied nothing, no joy or passion, no depth or colour of emotion Nothing like the previous books from this author.Stale, I think is one word to describe it It could have been such an amazing jaunt through the land that he d built in the previous 3 books, the characters mature and grow in the other books, it was really thorough, the world was full Not a stand alone story A very confused and disappointing ending to a story that underwhelmed you theyou read The slow, lacklustre writing embodied nothing, no joy or passion, no depth or colour of emotion Nothing like the previous books from this author.Stal...

  9. says:

    A book from Holgren s POV Yes, please I love Holgren and after reading and learningabout him, I love him It was a very different pace to Amra s POV but I liked it because Holgren is so focused, kinda crazy but at the same time such a cool cucumber It made reading about his adventure all thefun He was also imm...

  10. says:

    I really liked Holgren as narrator, he s sarcastic and funny and I like his way of casually breaking the 4th wall I didn t even miss Amra all that much I know, bad fan I.About half way through I got a bit annoyed, since the book seemed to keep focusing on irrelevant stuff, instead of just getting the actual objective done And while I assume that stuff might be relevant for the next part of the story, it wasn t for this plot right here.Because of this, the end did feel quite rushed I d have I really liked Holgren as narrator, he s sarcastic and funny and I like his way of casually breaking the 4th wall I didn t even miss Amra all that much I know, bad fan I.About half way through I got a bit annoyed, since the book seemed to keep focusing on irrelevant stuff, instead of just getting the actual objective done And while I assume that stuff might be relevant for the next part of the story, it wasn t for this plot right here.Because of t...

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