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In AN OATH OF BROTHERS, Thorgrin and his brothers emerge from the land of the dead, more driven than ever to find Guwayne, and set sail across a hostile sea, leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. As they come ever-closer to finding Guwayne, they also encounter obstacles unlike ever before, obstacles which will test them to their very limits, which will call o In AN OATH OF BROTHERS, Thorgrin and his brothers emerge from the land of the dead, more driven than ever to find Guwayne, and set sail across a hostile sea, leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. As they come ever-closer to finding Guwayne, they also encounter obstacles unlike ever before, obstacles which will test them to their very limits, which will call on all their training and force them to stand together as one, as brothers. Darius stands up to the Empire, boldly amassing an army as he frees one slave village after the next. Facing off against fortified cities, against an army a thousand times his size, he summons all of his instincts and courage, determined to survive, determined to win, to strive for freedom at any cost, even at the cost of his life. Gwendolyn, with no other choice, leads her people into the Great Waste, deeper into the Empire than anyone has ever journeyed, on a quest to find the legendary Second Ring the last hope for the survival of her people, and the last hope for Darius. Yet along the way she will encounter horrific monsters, worse landscapes, and an insurrection from amidst her own people that even she may not be able to stop. Erec and Alistair sail for the Empire to save their people, and along the way stop at hidden islands, determined to raise an army even if it means dealing with mercenaries of questionable repute. Godfrey finds himself deep inside the city of Volusia and deep in trouble as his plan goes from bad to worse. Imprisoned, set to be executed, finally, even he can see no way out. Volusia forges a pact with the darkest of sorcerers, and driven to even greater heights, she continues her ascent, conquering all who stand in her way. More powerful than ever, she will take her war all the way to the steps of the Empire Capital until she is up against the entire Empire army, an army that dwarfs even her own, setting the stage for an epic battle. Will Thorgrin find Guwayne? Will Gwendolyn and her people survive? Will Godfrey escape? Will Erec and Alistair reach the Empire? Will Volusia become the next Empress? Will Darius lead his people to victory?


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In AN OATH OF BROTHERS, Thorgrin and his brothers emerge from the land of the dead, more driven than ever to find Guwayne, and set sail across a hostile sea, leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. As they come ever-closer to finding Guwayne, they also encounter obstacles unlike ever before, obstacles which will test them to their very limits, which will call o In AN OATH OF BROTHERS, Thorgrin and his brothers emerge from the land of the dead, more driven than ever to find Guwayne, and set sail across a hostile sea, leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. As they come ever-closer to finding Guwayne, they also encounter obstacles unlike ever before, obstacles which will test them to their very limits, which will call on all their training and force them to stand together as one, as brothers. Darius stands up to the Empire, boldly amassing an army as he frees one slave village after the next. Facing off against fortified cities, against an army a thousand times his size, he summons all of his instincts and courage, determined to survive, determined to win, to strive for freedom at any cost, even at the cost of his life. Gwendolyn, with no other choice, leads her people into the Great Waste, deeper into the Empire than anyone has ever journeyed, on a quest to find the legendary Second Ring the last hope for the survival of her people, and the last hope for Darius. Yet along the way she will encounter horrific monsters, worse landscapes, and an insurrection from amidst her own people that even she may not be able to stop. Erec and Alistair sail for the Empire to save their people, and along the way stop at hidden islands, determined to raise an army even if it means dealing with mercenaries of questionable repute. Godfrey finds himself deep inside the city of Volusia and deep in trouble as his plan goes from bad to worse. Imprisoned, set to be executed, finally, even he can see no way out. Volusia forges a pact with the darkest of sorcerers, and driven to even greater heights, she continues her ascent, conquering all who stand in her way. More powerful than ever, she will take her war all the way to the steps of the Empire Capital until she is up against the entire Empire army, an army that dwarfs even her own, setting the stage for an epic battle. Will Thorgrin find Guwayne? Will Gwendolyn and her people survive? Will Godfrey escape? Will Erec and Alistair reach the Empire? Will Volusia become the next Empress? Will Darius lead his people to victory?

30 review for An Oath of Brothers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daggnar

    Disppointing. The story advances ... but the chacracters don't. There is no apparent logic behind their actions. Thor being king of druids and yet not using it's powers enrages me. Sometimes I feel like the author forgot about Thorgin's special powers. I basically read this serie to know how it will end. I hope it will soon conclude. Disppointing. The story advances ... but the chacracters don't. There is no apparent logic behind their actions. Thor being king of druids and yet not using it's powers enrages me. Sometimes I feel like the author forgot about Thorgin's special powers. I basically read this serie to know how it will end. I hope it will soon conclude.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Donnie House

    I've never done a review here but I figured it was time. I enjoy this series. It's nothing highly original and sometimes there are lapses of logic but for a few bucks a book and the couple of hours it takes to read each one it's not bad. But I hated this book There will be spoilers ahead. Outside of Darius and Volusia every story in this book bores me. The search for Guwayne is getting old and the logic of having Ragon having the baby on the same island as Thor but not telling him or making him w I've never done a review here but I figured it was time. I enjoy this series. It's nothing highly original and sometimes there are lapses of logic but for a few bucks a book and the couple of hours it takes to read each one it's not bad. But I hated this book There will be spoilers ahead. Outside of Darius and Volusia every story in this book bores me. The search for Guwayne is getting old and the logic of having Ragon having the baby on the same island as Thor but not telling him or making him wait until morning then having Thor leave before it's revealed is stupid. It's treating your readers like morons. Erek and Gwen's stories both did nothing. From the first chapter of both stories it was painfully obvious where both would end and every chapter leading to that end just seemed to say "don't forget these characters". And the ending of each story and each plot twist was obvious. I can handle unhappy endings and cliffhangers in a series but when every story ends on a bad note in obvious ways it's frustrating. Thor and the legion "dead" after a storm. Erek and Allistar sold out to the Empire fleet. All of Gwen's people and advisors "dead" in the desert. Darius has his army sold out. Godfrey tricked into selling them out and taken prisoner. Loti sold to a slave caravan. Volusia got a good ending but how long til we get another anticlimactic villain death like the others. Andronicus dying should have ended a book and after all Romulus did his death comes at an anticlimactic point. I miss the early books that explored the dynamic of the legion brothers. This book they are just faded into the background. Thor has been the best character but even this book he's just there. The only character I even seemed to care about this book was the Spartacus (Kirk Douglas) rip off Darius. I used to look forward to these book each month but if this is what we have to expect going forward then I just want it to end. This series has lost something after the book Thor met his mother. And sorry for any typos. Typing this from my iPhone as I try to work.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Greyscotty

    The usual again; although the editing was marginally better. I did get a kick out of a monster trying to sink its "clause" into a ship. Someone , obviously, needs a dictionary & thesaurus app. I now believe I am starting to understand why praise for Morgan Rice is always "select." Kissing up to somebody is as good as bribery! The usual again; although the editing was marginally better. I did get a kick out of a monster trying to sink its "clause" into a ship. Someone , obviously, needs a dictionary & thesaurus app. I now believe I am starting to understand why praise for Morgan Rice is always "select." Kissing up to somebody is as good as bribery!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rodney

    Why am I still reading these books? Fortunately, I checked them out from the library and haven't wasted money on them. Filled with typos and grammatical errors, these books will leave you in agony as you continue to be befuddled by the lack of character development as the primary characters continue to make one poor decision after another. They don't learn from their mistakes, and thus we are left with few characters remaining from the beginning, and few characters worth caring about. A series t Why am I still reading these books? Fortunately, I checked them out from the library and haven't wasted money on them. Filled with typos and grammatical errors, these books will leave you in agony as you continue to be befuddled by the lack of character development as the primary characters continue to make one poor decision after another. They don't learn from their mistakes, and thus we are left with few characters remaining from the beginning, and few characters worth caring about. A series that grabbed my attention early, with much promise, has me now feeling that Rice has no idea where these stories are going and no concept of plot and character development. Please, God, let me resist the urge to read the next one, as I'm sure it will only further frustrate me. Please stop writing these books. Do your characters and readers a favor and mercifully end this series!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Ledford

    This is the series that never ends, and it goes on and on my friend! Someone, forgot to edit it and let it wander on, but I'll continue reading it forever just because... This is the series that never ends... This is the series that never ends, and it goes on and on my friend! Someone, forgot to edit it and let it wander on, but I'll continue reading it forever just because... This is the series that never ends...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carma Farrar

    While I am still enjoying the series it is getting to be too predicatable. I am glad Rice has finally decided to end the services- only 3 books left to read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nolan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I agree with what so many other readers have said: The lack of character progression is maddening. Thor, especially, just keeps forgetting he has special powers, even after all he's been through, and just makes the same mistakes over and over. How many times do we have to hear Godfrey's inner monologue about how he's not a hero, only to have him miraculously step up once again and save the day. Why does he never think, "Oh, I did that courageous and brave thing just last month, I can do this"? Pl I agree with what so many other readers have said: The lack of character progression is maddening. Thor, especially, just keeps forgetting he has special powers, even after all he's been through, and just makes the same mistakes over and over. How many times do we have to hear Godfrey's inner monologue about how he's not a hero, only to have him miraculously step up once again and save the day. Why does he never think, "Oh, I did that courageous and brave thing just last month, I can do this"? Plot holes or just lack of any creativity is rampant (spoiler alert): The part about Ragon having Thor's son but not telling him, "saving" that news for the next day - are you kidding me?! That's just ridiculous! And then you want me to believe that someone as powerful as Ragon couldn't stop them from sailing away? Or couldn't even scribble a note on paper and have the dragon deliver it (or an owl, after all, he's a wizard:), or a pigeon)? No, let's just have the dragon circle a couple times over their heads and screech, I'm sure they'll get the message. It's not like they're sailing into mortal danger, or losing his son once again. Come on! And don't even get me started on all the editing mistakes in this whole series. Spelling, grammar, even saying the wrong character name - on almost every single page there is an error. In every book in the series. At this point, I'm only reading these to see where it all finally ends, hoping it does. finally. end.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    The story continues to expand, where characters old and new face terrible odds... I have the bundle, 13, 14,15 but wanted to post a short review for #14. It's filled with action and imaginative scenarios and I can only hope that all the storylines will converge so the tale can be laid to rest. Good writing style and tone but in serious need of editing and proofreading. I am enjoying this epic fantasy, however, I hope it ends well. Recommended. The story continues to expand, where characters old and new face terrible odds... I have the bundle, 13, 14,15 but wanted to post a short review for #14. It's filled with action and imaginative scenarios and I can only hope that all the storylines will converge so the tale can be laid to rest. Good writing style and tone but in serious need of editing and proofreading. I am enjoying this epic fantasy, however, I hope it ends well. Recommended.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elice Mcneely

    Horrible Editing So many errors in this book. My favorite one has to be when the word "salve" was typed instead of slave....clearly we need an editor besides spellchecker Ugh it's sooo annoying....every single book Horrible Editing So many errors in this book. My favorite one has to be when the word "salve" was typed instead of slave....clearly we need an editor besides spellchecker Ugh it's sooo annoying....every single book

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Some plot twists, but some are pretty predictable. Just a few more books in the series, then I can move on to another one. There are a number of the wrong words used at times...some better editing perhaps.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Knippshild

    Great series. Needs better proofreading.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Roberto Mattos

    In this episode Morgan continues this very entertaining saga. Thorgrin leaves the Land of the Dead with his companions, but one of them decided to stay behind. When they leave, some demons are also released with them. they continue their search for Guwayne and they reach very close to find him. In the meantime, Darius start to build an army by freeing one village at a time from the power of the Empire. Gwendolyn goes with her people to the Great Waste, trying to find the legendary Second Ring, l In this episode Morgan continues this very entertaining saga. Thorgrin leaves the Land of the Dead with his companions, but one of them decided to stay behind. When they leave, some demons are also released with them. they continue their search for Guwayne and they reach very close to find him. In the meantime, Darius start to build an army by freeing one village at a time from the power of the Empire. Gwendolyn goes with her people to the Great Waste, trying to find the legendary Second Ring, looking for help. Erec and Alistair depart from the South Isles and try to raise an army with the help of mercenaries. Godfrey is fighting for survival inside the city of Volusia. And Volusia wants to become the next Empress and marches toward the capital of the Empire to face all the Empire army. Packed with action, this book will keep you entertained for hours. And there is not an idle moment until you turn the last page! Get ready for another very entertaining episode of this incredible story. You will not get tired of following Thor, Gwendolyn and all our heroes in this new episode. Just be aware that in order to savor every moment of this episode, I recommend that you start reading from the first episode to better understand the dynamics among the characters, as well as have a full idea on the environment of the story.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Erth

    I read this book and had to get the other 16 in the series. Not a stand alone book, part of a series and should be read in sequential order...worth the read! I just could not put it down. Some days i read for 8 hours straight. What a great fantasy ride. So much is happening in these books but the author writes it so it is easy to follow, like several little stories happening in one book. The characters I found to visualize, like and or dislike quickly. Descriptions were intense and in depth enou I read this book and had to get the other 16 in the series. Not a stand alone book, part of a series and should be read in sequential order...worth the read! I just could not put it down. Some days i read for 8 hours straight. What a great fantasy ride. So much is happening in these books but the author writes it so it is easy to follow, like several little stories happening in one book. The characters I found to visualize, like and or dislike quickly. Descriptions were intense and in depth enough to make me feel as I were there in the story as a character myself. If you like action, romance, fantasy, magic, castles, knights, battles of good and evil and valor then you will love this series. There is gruesome killing but the author does not go into a deep description and make it gory. There is great love and romance but nothing even pg rated. Lots of fantasy but not to extravagant. It amazes me how creative this author is and I constantly wondered "what in the world will happen next?". To me a perfect story, a perfect read, and i think it would make a great movie! Reminded me a bit of the "Lord of the Rings. I would highly recommend this series and this author to anyone that even considers these mixed genres.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kalda Orso

    Brothers do not abandon one another! Brothers do not abandon one another! Volusia is building a army. She has killed the Prince of Maltolisan, taken his army and now marches to Dansk. Her goal is to capture the capital of the Empire. Then all will bow to her Goddess of the Empire. Thorgrin is still in search of Guwayne and Gwendolyn is searching for the second ring. Darious has rallied the slaves and are fighting. Eric, Alistair and Strom are heading for the Empire to assist Gwendolyn. Godfrey and Brothers do not abandon one another! Brothers do not abandon one another! Volusia is building a army. She has killed the Prince of Maltolisan, taken his army and now marches to Dansk. Her goal is to capture the capital of the Empire. Then all will bow to her Goddess of the Empire. Thorgrin is still in search of Guwayne and Gwendolyn is searching for the second ring. Darious has rallied the slaves and are fighting. Eric, Alistair and Strom are heading for the Empire to assist Gwendolyn. Godfrey and his companions are betrayed and imprisoned. The Battle for freedom is mounting and also the Battle for life. There is deceptions and betrayal on all sides. This story is so incredibly moving you must read on.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Michael Gallen

    Good Sequel In the fourteenth installment of author Morgan Rice's Sorcerer's Ring saga, Thor and his companions depart the domain of the deceased in continued search of his lost son Guwayne, along the way taking a girl named Angel under his wing. Meanwhile, Darius faces off against the Empire with an amassing army of emancipated slaves. Furthermore, Gwendolyn leads her people into the Great Waste in continued search of the fabled Second Ring in want of a new home for her population, whilst a powe Good Sequel In the fourteenth installment of author Morgan Rice's Sorcerer's Ring saga, Thor and his companions depart the domain of the deceased in continued search of his lost son Guwayne, along the way taking a girl named Angel under his wing. Meanwhile, Darius faces off against the Empire with an amassing army of emancipated slaves. Furthermore, Gwendolyn leads her people into the Great Waste in continued search of the fabled Second Ring in want of a new home for her population, whilst a power struggle occurs within the Empire, this entry is largely on par with its predecessors, a good thing, although this reviewer became slightly confused in the final chapter, given the occasional long breaks between character perspectives, a cliffhanger terminating the tale.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Doug

    I couldn't finish the book. I have read them all to this point and enjoyed most of them immensely. The latter books have taken a religious tone that contradicts the Druidic nature of the characters. It is the author's prerogative to skew her mien regarding God's relativity to Druids but I am a altruistic; separation of church and fantasy is for me. Druids were worshippers of magic, earth, constellations, nature, and in many cases blood. Druids were the antithesis to the church. I wholly wish tha I couldn't finish the book. I have read them all to this point and enjoyed most of them immensely. The latter books have taken a religious tone that contradicts the Druidic nature of the characters. It is the author's prerogative to skew her mien regarding God's relativity to Druids but I am a altruistic; separation of church and fantasy is for me. Druids were worshippers of magic, earth, constellations, nature, and in many cases blood. Druids were the antithesis to the church. I wholly wish that the books had not taken this slant because they were good. I applaud Ms. Rice's theology and beliefs and wish her success and happiness but this direction in these books is not for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I really enjoy this series. I would recommend it to anyone. I thought this book was interesting because Thor and the Legion went into the Land of the Dead. As Thor emerges from the Land of the Dead he is more drive then ever to hide Guwayne, and set to sail across hostile sea leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. They have came close several time in finding Guwayne but always fell just short of getting him. At times Thor was losing hope but never gave up the fact he would find him. I really enjoy this series. I would recommend it to anyone. I thought this book was interesting because Thor and the Legion went into the Land of the Dead. As Thor emerges from the Land of the Dead he is more drive then ever to hide Guwayne, and set to sail across hostile sea leading them to places beyond their wildest dreams. They have came close several time in finding Guwayne but always fell just short of getting him. At times Thor was losing hope but never gave up the fact he would find him. Gwendolyn had no choice but to take her people to the Great Waste, deeper into the Empire than anyone has ever journeyed on a quest to find a legendary Second Ring.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dymond Grayer

    Exciting and mesmerizing These books keep you wanting more and more. I never want this series to end. Morgan Rice is brilliant!!! Can't wait to read the next book Exciting and mesmerizing These books keep you wanting more and more. I never want this series to end. Morgan Rice is brilliant!!! Can't wait to read the next book

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brandy Webster

    Leaves hanging and impatient for more great book that fit the series perfectly and leaves you craving the next book's release. I'm truly hooked on the characters and I'm antsy to see where it all leads. Leaves hanging and impatient for more great book that fit the series perfectly and leaves you craving the next book's release. I'm truly hooked on the characters and I'm antsy to see where it all leads.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Regina Miller

    Another great read Another great read so sorry to have finished! can't wait for #15! great series,well written. although darker than previous books in the series, perhaps the most suspenseful. Another great read Another great read so sorry to have finished! can't wait for #15! great series,well written. although darker than previous books in the series, perhaps the most suspenseful.

  21. 5 out of 5

    S

    This book was a little better than the last two books, but they haven't been good for several books. It was interesting enough to make me want to read the next book, which is saying a lot. Like my previous reviews, Ms. Rice needs a good editor to make the books more enjoyable. This book was a little better than the last two books, but they haven't been good for several books. It was interesting enough to make me want to read the next book, which is saying a lot. Like my previous reviews, Ms. Rice needs a good editor to make the books more enjoyable.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Knivesinorbit

    The story has so much depth and it can get overwhelming, but I actually enjoy that. Bring on more!

  23. 5 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

    SM

  24. 4 out of 5

    rusty r.ridenour

    The end is comming This was a great book to read,so many things that are happening you need a score card,too keep up with it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Is a great book to read

  26. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Was that two of the seven demons yet to come, or is that just wishful thinking...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mattie Castro

    Hard to put down. Another book that'll keep your interest. Proof reading prior to printing could correct a few grammar errors. On to book 15. Hard to put down. Another book that'll keep your interest. Proof reading prior to printing could correct a few grammar errors. On to book 15.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Martin Pingree

    Back to exciting stuff. This was a great one. Can't wait to read the rest ! Back to exciting stuff. This was a great one. Can't wait to read the rest !

  29. 5 out of 5

    David

    predicable. milking the story now.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nick Woodall

    This is the 14th book in this series. Morgan knows how to tell a tale! I can't begin to delve into the details of her books. Just know that it is hard to put them down at times. This is the 14th book in this series. Morgan knows how to tell a tale! I can't begin to delve into the details of her books. Just know that it is hard to put them down at times.

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