The Silent Army

The Silent Army The City of Wonders has been saved by nearly miraculous forces and the Silent Army is risen ready to defend the Fellein Empire and Empress Nachia at any cost The power that was hidden in the Mounds i

  • Title: The Silent Army
  • Author: James A. Moore
  • ISBN: 9780857665089
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • The City of Wonders has been saved by nearly miraculous forces and the Silent Army is risen, ready to defend the Fellein Empire and Empress Nachia at any cost.The power that was hidden in the Mounds is on the move, seeking a final confrontation with the very entities that kept it locked away since the Cataclysm Andover Lashk has finally come to accept his destiny and prepThe City of Wonders has been saved by nearly miraculous forces and the Silent Army is risen, ready to defend the Fellein Empire and Empress Nachia at any cost.The power that was hidden in the Mounds is on the move, seeking a final confrontation with the very entities that kept it locked away since the Cataclysm Andover Lashk has finally come to accept his destiny and prepares to journey back to Fellein The Sa ba Taalor continue their domination over each country and people they encounter, but the final conflict is coming The Great Wave of the Sa ba Taalor stands to destroy an empire and the Silent Army prepares to stop them in their tracks.Caught in the middle is the Fellein Empire and the people who have gathered together on the final battlefield The faithful and the godless, the soldiers and killers alike all stand or fall as old gods and new bring their war to a world changing end Some struggles are eternal Some conflicts never cease The Gods of War are here and they are determined to win.

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    • James A. Moore

      James A Moore is the award winning author of over forty novels, thrillers, dark fantasy and horror alike, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under The Overtree, Blood Red, the Serenity Falls trilogy featuring his recurring anti hero, Jonathan Crowley and his most recent novels, seven Forges, The Blasted Lands, City of Wonders , The Silent Army and the forthcoming The Last Sacrifice Book One in the Tides of War Series and A Hell Within, co authored with Charles R Rutledge He currently lives in Massachusetts.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

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    • Actual rating: 2.5 stars. Because I'm in a good mood today. Then again maybe not. We'll see how long this rating lasts. ← not very long, obviously.There is a very slight chance that I might possibly feel a teensy little bit pissed off right now. Not much, though. Just feeling a tad homicidal, that is all. Why, you ask? Because this one of the most disappointing so-called final instalments in the history of so-called final instalments. Okay, so it wasn't as bad as the Sirantha Jax Disaster of E [...]

    • So here I am . . . . . . NOOOOO!I heard there are going to be more books in this series and I sure hope so because there are some unanswered questions and I want to see what's going to happen. I mean I want to know if anything is going to happen with Swetch, Merros and something else! Hellloo! And I want to know what Drask has in his future. Unless he's going to be killed then we can just stop right here and that's that and we are all good! But, seriously, he's like a god now or something. Or ma [...]

    • *** 4 ***A buddy read with the Fantasy Aficionados at BB&B! More crazy bloodshed and gore, please!!James A. Moore’s Seven Forges series is definitely different than most anything I have ever read! As I said in my previous reviews, this feels like one book divided in volumes, and this happen to be the forth volume of this epic story. It starts exactly where we left off - the Sa'ba and their Kings looking with frustration at the departing city of Canhoon by its new form of transportation - f [...]

    • So what is The Silent Army?Um…wow.Just. Wow.Ending the series, for now, James A. Moore sweeps his literary axe through the Sword and Sorcery brand of fantasy with unforgettable brutality and originality, crowning a wildly eye-popping epic of culture and combat to rival the titans of times past. Moore’s genius lies in his swift and seamless delivery of a truly fantastic concept, one that feels immersive and magnificent, horrific and unnervingly permanent when considering the savagery of war a [...]

    • This book was so quick to read - I obsessed over it. I could not stop reading it. Yet, I am not sure what has happened. I am shocked and impressed by what I read. The story is just amazing. This is the main pillar, the best and impressively so pillar of this series. When you think you know where the book is going, you are left baffled by the opposite direction the book (and the whole series really) takes. Right after finishing the book - and I guess a bit because Drask is such an amazing charact [...]

    • Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.My rating is 4.5 stars.James A. Moore’s Seven Forges series is a pulse-pounding, sword and sorcery extravaganza. The Saga of the Sa’ba Taalor a staggering epic, which erupts across this vast fantasy world slowly but surely, affecting numerous characters and people; the struggle a fierce conflict for the future of this place, the future of humanity. Along the way, readers will encounter superhuman warriors, fierce combat, scheming gods, heart-wrenching acts [...]

    • The final installment of a great epic story has drawn to a close and it ended with a huge bang. From the very first page down to the last, James A. Moore does not pull the punches in delivering an action-filled story that's full of savagery and pumps adrenaline page after page after page. It might be awkward to say but the savagery is well-placed, and more so when I say that The Silent Army will satisfy the inner demon in you. And no, I'm not marketing cruelty here. The series ended in peace and [...]

    • The fourth volume in James A. Moore’sSeven Forges series hits shelves in the US today. If you’ve been reading my blog long, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of this series. I’d like to thank Angry Robot Books for providing me the review copy.The Silent Army has a lot to live up to from the previous volumes in this series. I’m glad to say that it does. The Fellein Empire has been losing every battle in the war with the Sa’ba Taalor. Things are about to change. The question is will it [...]

    • I love this series, I will not lie about it. It has ALL the things that make a great fantasy read. Mr. Moore steadily ups his game with each new installment.I call this "dark" fantasy, it does have epic leanings, great characters, great action and an awesome world, that pretty much wins me everytime. I won't gush much more, but if you like the fantasies and you like sword swinging and heads flying through the air like so much dust in the wind, give James A. Moore all your money! (and sacrifice g [...]

    • Absolutely brilliant! I wish I had the words to describe how much I loved this book -- the whole series is amazing and you should be reading this!It’s a terrible thing watching your bookmark move ever closer to the end. Part of you craves the conclusion while that other part of you is yelling to slow down, to prolong the read for as long as you can. But I finally closed the cover on The Silent Army, and I can say without a shadow of doubt this is one of the best fantasy series I’ve read.See [...]

    • Extremely satisfying conclusion that has just enough dangling carrots to where I'm salivating for another. Like Merros Dulver needs to be getting his own book or I'm rioting kinda shit. I love how the characters in this book are so not the ones you meet in book one and the changes are believable: physically, mentally, behaviorally, it's awesome. Highly recommended stuff!

    • IT'S HERE! IT'S OUT! And now I'm the proud owner of this beautyI mean, look at that cover!It's so epic; so badass perfect as a final book cover.I could stare at it all day.

    • c2016: FWFTB: Fellein, Sa'ba Taalor, faithful, soldiers, world-changing. This series has been one of my favourites and some loose ends were tied up. All the favourite characters were here and the action pours off the pages. I am not sure that the same humour that was in the first book is as evident in this one and I still felt a bit removed from the Sa'ba Taalor characters. Loved it and definitely recommend to the normal crew but it is not a stand-alone read. Life is a series of tests. No one wa [...]

    • phew, what a ride. The Saba Taalor pushing on so many fronts, The City of Wonders on the move, and more magic than you can poke a stick at. this feels like a satisfying ending to a first arc - there is so much more to happen and so many unanswered questions. I want to read many more novels in the series!

    • This was a good ending to a very good series. A lot of action. A lot of bloodshed. There were a few surprises as well. I'm glad I read this series.

    • Ah man, I can't believe that this epic little saga is about to end I've loved every installment so far and this one is no exception. The thing is, Moore just knows how to keep you interested (it took me quite some while to read but that is all on me. Moore writes as fast paced as ever!) and how to throw a curve ball atcha. The little caption on top "total war" is probably the best summation of this book. The people of the Forges and the people they're invading are having a massive full-on war an [...]

    • Probably 3.5/4 of 5 for this one.The Silent Army is the fourth installment of what is turning out to be quite an epic fantasy series by James A Moore. If you haven’t started the series yet then please be aware that this review will undoubtedly contain spoilers for the previous books in the series. Also, if you do plan on starting this series I would strongly suggest starting from the beginning in order to really get a feel for all the characters and their different allegiances.The conclusion o [...]

    • The silent army having risen in the last book is the direct pickup of this one. The silent army defends the flying canhoon from the might of the armies of the sabba talor. The army continues to fight the emeny that is hidden away is the city before it began to fly at the end of the city of wonders. The city begins to fall and the armies of the sabba talor gather where they think the city will fall.The city falls andd the armies move in to fight this battle. All the while the gods of the daxxa ta [...]

    • Better than the first 3. Not saying much. Unless you enjoy tiresome repetition of oversize, over-skilled, brutish warriors slaying helpless people - stay away from this story. The logic of the gods in these books is not consistent. There is no grand conclusion. No finality. Obviously, the author hopes that readers will be interested the further adventures of Drask. Not me.

    • Great book!Would have been a 5 star if not for a confusing and abrupt ending. Hopefully the author provides answers in another book.

    • Wow.That one word sums up,the experience I've had with this entire series. The amount of thought and depth that went into this book and the others in the series is truly amazing.

    • Great seriesVery entertaining series. Characters were well developed and the description of the lands was great. Very easy to imagine the world of the Fellin Daxaar talor

    • Against my better judgement, after reading book 3 I decided that I would finish this series, and now after finishing it I wonder why this impulse came over me and am left wishing that it hadn't. I found that this book was plagued with the same problems as its predecessors and while I did find some redeeming characteristics in this book, I was just left totally underwhelmed with the book on the whole. My problems began with the story itself, and while they didn't stop there, it is as good a place [...]

    • I ended up giving this whole series 3 stars. I think if you had asked me while I was reading the first 3 books I would have been leaning more towards four. However, the ending was so anti-climatic that I got a little upset with the whole thing. 3 books of invincible warriors punching people in the throat and taking over the world to have it come down to a hand to hand combat that the good guys lose, but because the bad guys made one of their former guys upset, they fight and then the good guys g [...]

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