Honor Cry (Ring #4)

A Cry of Honor
(The Sorcerer’s Ring #4)
by Morgan Rice (2013)

Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death. The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend off the attack and save King’s Court.

Things threaten to blow up into a civil war, and the scope of the story increases to involve parties outside the protected ring.

Things continue on a big, epic scale. And while some characters threaten to derail the story by doing stupid things, it still provides am interesting and enjoyable read.

 

 

 

Dragon Fate (Ring #3)

A Fate of Dragons
(The Sorcerer’s Ring #3)
by Morgan Rice (2013)

In the third part, it is now apparent that the author has read ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ by George R.R. Martin and is having a bash at a similar epic. This has better pacing than the enormous Martin epic, but the characters are drawn as just good or evil.

At least Martin had more interesting characters. Still, the plotting and impeding war is clearly explained and despite the multiple narratives it still moves at a good pace.