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 his plan teeters between impossibility an

  • Title: The Thief Who Wasn't There
  • Author: MichaelMcClung
  • ISBN: 9781941987735
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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, his plan teeters between impossibility and insanity Before he can even implement it, Holgren will have to deal with three separate armies vying for control of Bellaria, all of which view him as either a threat, anBellarius, 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, his plan teeters between impossibility and insanity Before he can even implement it, Holgren will have to deal with three separate armies vying for control of Bellaria, all of which view him as either a threat, an inconvenience, or a potential tool Meanwhile, Holgren seeks to trap one of the monstrous rift spawn abominations born of the Telemarch s madness and power and bend it to his will Then, he intends to descend into the eleven hells to steal an ancient artifact of incredible power from the dire halls of the Black Library Oh, the things we do for love The Thief Who Wasn t There is the fourth volume in Michael McClung s Amra Thetys series.

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    1. ➽ Previously, on Amra Thetys:● Episode 1: Amra got a little revenge act going.● Episode 2: Amra & Holgren got a little hero quest act going.● Episode 3: Amra got a little "poof, I’m gone" act going.➽ Presently, on Amra Thetys:Watch out world, Holgren Angrado is coming for you! His mission? Saving private thief badass Amra Thetys from something. Somewhere. Somehow. This now one-eyed, semi-retired mage's got his work cut out for him. Chaos and mayhem ensue. So do a few casualties. [...]

    2. 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 the others! And at last as crazy I'm addicted, and I hope there'll be a lot more books about Amra!

    3. 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 too. I hope [...]

    4. 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 [...]

    5. While I love the series and Amra, I didn't have high hopes going into this one. I have never really liked Holgren or gotten into his back story and this book did not change that. The first three quarters of the book had an interesting enough plot, but once Holgren ventured into the Hells I lost interest. I can't put my finger on why exactly I didn't like the end. I am unsure if it was the plot itself or the way it was written. I will definitely continue the series but this one was by far the lea [...]

    6. This is a really great series. This one is mostly from Holmgren's viewpoint, so a departure. The characters are all getting a bit more powerful, so it is different. I enjoyed it though and await the 5th.

    7. Don't know how I forgot to review this, yet apparently I did. Simply put, it's the best installment in a character-driven series to not feature the main character that you'll ever read. :)

    8. I was provided this book for free by Michael McClung in exchange for an honest review.Having purchased the first three books of this series, I had every intention of purchasing this one. I can't get enough of this series. McClung has a unique, humorous writing style that is filled with character and keeps the story moving quickly. The stories in these books are always interesting and new (and I read a lot of fantasy, so that's a difficult thing to find), and this book is no exception. I loved re [...]

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