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Blackflame Read & download Ð 106 ´ ✅ Blackflame PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Will Wight – Helpyouantib.co.uk Lindon has a year left When his time runs out he’ll have to fight an opponent that no one believes he can beat Unless he learns sacred arts the right way from scratch he won’t have a chance to win Lindon has a year left When hiLindon has a year left When his time runs out he’ll have to fight an opponent that no one believes he can beat Unless he learns sacred arts the right way fro. I think I am completely in love Blackflame is an amazingly fantastic continuation of the Cradle series Integrating the fascinating Eastern inspired worldbuilding and magic martial arts system with better characterisation Blackflame was easily the best book in the series so far Even though I'm still not wild about the main protagonist Wei Shi Lindon I was growing invested in what his future may bring At the end of Soulsmith Lindon found himself being given one year to train and advance in his sacred arts in order to fight an opponent that is way powerful Lindon seemed to be the typical underdog character who kept defying the odds through a combination of sheer drive ambition and a bit of providence Notwithstanding one can't help but be curious to see how his story will pan out Sometimes the game is rigged against you and your only option is to flip the board Yerin a key supporting character in Lindon's journey was one whom I have not mentioned in my earlier reviews She first appeared towards the end of Unsouled and started having her own POV in the seuel Soulsmith As an apprentice to the Sword Sage her fight scenes were amazing but I wasn't feeling her character all that much until now Yerin was just simply badass and her fortitude harder than steel It would be interesting to learn about her past which I hoped will be revealed in future books If you don't feel like you're going to die when you're training then you're doing it wrong Jai Long's story on the other hand faltered a bit in my opinion And they were all overshadowed by the mysterious insufferable and irrepressible Eithan While his methods may not bode well with most except himself to be exact Lindon and Yerin would not have had the reuired growth in character development and power advancement without his intervention There is an old saying about asking forgiveness rather than permission but the essence of it is ‘I'm going to do what I want' I absolutely delighted in reading every scene where Eithan made an appearance Even though these scenes were rarely written in his perspective they were always the most entertaining and fascinating to read As Lindon and Yerin were undertaking a gruelling test that was only surmountable by a team of Highgolds a backdrop of political manoeuvring within the Empire was taking place to topple the Arelius clan This culminated in an epic showdown scene I've never thought that such a scene could make me laugh so much but somehow Eithan managed to do it He even reminded me of another favourite character of mine from one of my favourite series Bob Heartstriker The revelations about Eithan towards the end of the book only served to make him even intriguing I will now like to talk a bit about the magic martial arts system Cradle is a world where vital aura exists in everything Sacred beasts and sacred artists are the wildlife and humans who can control and use the aura through what is called madra in my mind this is like internal energy or power within the soul The higher the capacity and strength of one's madra the powerful the sacred artist can be The levelling up on strength in this system is highly reminiscent of RPGs The deployment of such powers can be also categorised into different battle techniues Enforcer Striker and Ruler These techniues manifest in different ways for different Paths; a Path takes the form of an aspect of aura that the sacred artist is most proficient at controlling with his or her madra It took me three books to grasp and appreciate how all these components come together Even then there are times when I am still struggling to keep up with complexities of auras madras techniues Paths etc There is a 4th techniue Forger which shapes madra into a spiritual weapon and is also a term used by Soulsmiths in harnessing vital aura from Remnants into constructs I have mentioned how incredible the powers are in my earlier review Well it was even breathtaking in this book as we finally get to see what the Underlords were capable of It was just amazeballs and so darn fun to read And we haven't even fully touched upon the even astounding galactic powers which at this point only appeared in snippets As the series progressed the worldbuilding also gradually expanded in scope We first saw the Sacred Valley and its sheltered people in Unsouled Then in the seuel there was the Desolate Wilds and its corrupted beasts In this third instalment we learnt about the Blackflame Empire as the narrative moved its location to Serpent's Grave; a most appropriate name which was related to why the Empire was called Blackflame The world of Cradle itself was named uite literally for its role and significance in the cosmos We also get brief interludes which provided a glimpse of other planets or what the galactic entities call Iterations All in all I get the feeling that the author has formed an ambitious foundation of worldbuilding from which multiple stories can be told Blackflame was only the third out of six known books in the series with five self published so far Nonetheless this third instalment was so good that I'm going ahead to recommend this series to lovers of fantasy; especially for those looking for Eastern inspired ones If you are a fan of anime and manga as well I'm sure that it will work out even better for youYou can purchase a copy of the book or read it free via Kindle Unlimited on US You can also find this and my other reviews at Novel Notions

BlackflameLindon has a year left When his time runs out he’ll have to fight an opponent that no one believes he can beat Unless he learns sacred arts the right way fro. I think I am completely in love Blackflame is an amazingly fantastic continuation of the Cradle series Integrating the fascinating Eastern inspired worldbuilding and magic martial arts system with better characterisation Blackflame was easily the best book in the series so far Even though I'm still not wild about the main protagonist Wei Shi Lindon I was growing invested in what his future may bring At the end of Soulsmith Lindon found himself being given one year to train and advance in his sacred arts in order to fight an opponent that is way powerful Lindon seemed to be the typical underdog character who kept defying the odds through a combination of sheer drive ambition and a bit of providence Notwithstanding one can't help but be curious to see how his story will pan out Sometimes the game is rigged against you and your only option is to flip the board Yerin a key supporting character in Lindon's journey was one whom I have not mentioned in my earlier reviews She first appeared towards the end of Unsouled and started having her own POV in the seuel Soulsmith As an apprentice to the Sword Sage her fight scenes were amazing but I wasn't feeling her character all that much until now Yerin was just simply badass and her fortitude harder than steel It would be interesting to learn about her past which I hoped will be revealed in future books If you don't feel like you're going to die when you're training then you're doing it wrong Jai Long's story on the other hand faltered a bit in my opinion And they were all overshadowed by the mysterious insufferable and irrepressible Eithan While his methods may not bode well with most except himself to be exact Lindon and Yerin would not have had the reuired growth in character development and power advancement without his intervention There is an old saying about asking forgiveness rather than permission but the essence of it is ‘I'm going to do what I want' I absolutely delighted in reading every scene where Eithan made an appearance Even though these scenes were rarely written in his perspective they were always the most entertaining and fascinating to read As Lindon and Yerin were undertaking a gruelling test that was only surmountable by a team of Highgolds a backdrop of political manoeuvring within the Empire was taking place to topple the Arelius clan This culminated in an epic showdown scene I've never thought that such a scene could make me laugh so much but somehow Eithan managed to do it He even reminded me of another favourite character of mine from one of my favourite series Bob Heartstriker The revelations about Eithan towards the end of the book only served to make him even intriguing I will now like to talk a bit about the magic martial arts system Cradle is a world where vital aura exists in everything Sacred beasts and sacred artists are the wildlife and humans who can control and use the aura through what is called madra in my mind this is like internal energy or power within the soul The higher the capacity and strength of one's madra the powerful the sacred artist can be The levelling up on strength in this system is highly reminiscent of RPGs The deployment of such powers can be also categorised into different battle techniues Enforcer Striker and Ruler These techniues manifest in different ways for different Paths; a Path takes the form of an aspect of aura that the sacred artist is most proficient at controlling with his or her madra It took me three books to grasp and appreciate how all these components come together Even then there are times when I am still struggling to keep up with complexities of auras madras techniues Paths etc There is a 4th techniue Forger which shapes madra into a spiritual weapon and is also a term used by Soulsmiths in harnessing vital aura from Remnants into constructs I have mentioned how incredible the powers are in my earlier review Well it was even breathtaking in this book as we finally get to see what the Underlords were capable of It was just amazeballs and so darn fun to read And we haven't even fully touched upon the even astounding galactic powers which at this point only appeared in snippets As the series progressed the worldbuilding also gradually expanded in scope We first saw the Sacred Valley and its sheltered people in Unsouled Then in the seuel there was the Desolate Wilds and its corrupted beasts In this third instalment we learnt about the Blackflame Empire as the narrative moved its location to Serpent's Grave; a most appropriate name which was related to why the Empire was called Blackflame The world of Cradle itself was named uite literally for its role and significance in the cosmos We also get brief interludes which provided a glimpse of other planets or what the galactic entities call Iterations All in all I get the feeling that the author has formed an ambitious foundation of worldbuilding from which multiple stories can be told Blackflame was only the third out of six known books in the series with five self published so far Nonetheless this third instalment was so good that I'm going ahead to recommend this series to lovers of fantasy; especially for those looking for Eastern inspired ones If you are a fan of anime and manga as well I'm sure that it will work out even better for youYou can purchase a copy of the book or read it free via Kindle Unlimited on US You can also find this and my other reviews at Novel Notions

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Blackflame ☆ Ere they fight to master an ancient power Success means a chance at life but failure means death In the sacred arts only those who risk the most can travel far. 475 starsI loved this book This series has been addicting and fun throughout and Blackflame has only increased my love for it Narrator Travis Baldree continues to impress as he brings this world to life and gives each character a uniue voice After this series is up I am definitely going to be looking into other series that he has narratedThe first two books in this series were really good Unsouled introduced the world magic system and some of the characters while giving hints of a larger plot Soulsmith expands on everything showing that there is a wider world outside of Sacred Valley that Lindon couldn’t have ever imagined It introduced major characters into the mix and the events happening in Soulsmith served as a catalyst for Lindon’s own advancement in the sacred arts And then Blackflame happenedIf I had to sum up Blackflame in one sentence I would simply say that it was the best book in the series so far and near perfection in its execution Since I’m writing a full review you’ll have to suffer through my elouent script as I try to piece together why it is that book 3 is my favorite so far in the seriesOne thing I always talk about for Cradle reviews is the magic system It is uniue has strict rules about power advancement and employs defined levels of power that hugely affect the outcomes of battles It is creative imaginative and relies on both the power level and the intelligence of the sacred artist in its use Not to mention it is so much fun In Blackflame there are training seuences pitched battles that took the fighting and plot to a whole other level and lessons from powerful sacred artists than Lindon that fascinated me and just increased my hunger to learn about this magic system and its applicationsAnother thing that really increased in its magnitude was what we knew of the world At the end of Soulsmith we know about a few tribes outside of Sacred Valley and a large powerful empire that is feared by those within those tribes In Blackflame we not only learn about that empire but is also so much about the world as a whole As events escalate we get to see clan rivalries political infighting and a whole new level of power that was unseen before this book We also get to see of the Abaddon that guards the realms of reality itself from chaosThe weakness that still pervades throughout this series and I why I couldn’t give the book 5 stars is Lindon’s character development I still found it hard to really connect with and care for him I said in my review of Soulsmith that I admire Lindon for his courage determination and sheer force of will However while Lindon has than enough grit he lacks in emotional depth It is hard to empathize with someone who just seems to get over everything like there was nothing wrong in the first place However I also want to emphasize that the cast of characters alongside Lindon just about made up for his lack of depth Yerin Eithan and Jai Long are fascinating characters and ones that I hope to continue to be able to follow throughout the rest of the series They are characters that have depth mysterious back stories that we slowly get to see and of alongside a similar level of determination and will that has brought Lindon so far since leaving Sacred ValleyThis series is one I will highly recommend for those that love methodical well developed and creative magic systems with realistic and earned progression I really enjoyed Blackflame and I hope that if you decide to pick it up you do too Characters â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Will Wight

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