The Red Sea

The Red Sea When Dante Galand was just a boy his father Larsin sailed away to make his fortune And never returned Since then Dante has become a great sorcerer A ruler A destroyer of kings And he s just learned

  • Title: The Red Sea
  • Author: Edward W. Robertson Tim Gerard Reynolds
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Audible Audio
  • When Dante Galand was just a boy, his father Larsin sailed away to make his fortune And never returned Since then, Dante has become a great sorcerer A ruler A destroyer of kings And he s just learned that his father is living on a forbidden island at the edge of the known world Where he s dying of a mysterious plague In the company of his friend, the swordsman BlaysWhen Dante Galand was just a boy, his father Larsin sailed away to make his fortune And never returned Since then, Dante has become a great sorcerer A ruler A destroyer of kings And he s just learned that his father is living on a forbidden island at the edge of the known world Where he s dying of a mysterious plague In the company of his friend, the swordsman Blays, Dante travels to the island There, his magic can do nothing for his father As Dante and Blays quest for a cure beset by strange beasts, angry spirits, and violent coastal raiders known as the Tauren Dante falls sick, too To save his father and himself, he ll have to rediscover the island s long lost magic But the hunt for its secrets leads Dante on a crash course with the Tauren and island wide civil war And as he s away, an old threat begins to move against his homeland Set in a USA Today bestselling world, THE RED SEA is the first in a trilogy of warfare, sorcery, and friendship through the darkest times.

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    About "Edward W. Robertson Tim Gerard Reynolds"

    1. Edward W. Robertson Tim Gerard Reynolds

      Ed is the author of the post apocalyptic Breakers series and the epic fantasy series The Cycle of Arawn A former New Yorker and Idaho guy, he currently lives in the LA area His short fiction has appeared in a whole bunch of magazines and anthologies.

    891 thoughts on “The Red Sea”

    1. I may be an idiot because I read this book before reading the The Cycle of Arawn: The Complete Epic Fantasy Trilogy, butI REGRET NOTHING!!!I gotta admit, I was skeptical in reading Fantasy books because Brandon Sanderson ruined me forever. So when I saw this and decided to read it, I said"Ok.Hope this one is passable."But this effing book was like:"LOL. No bitch, I'm awesome!I seriously want to slap myself for not reading about Dante and Blays before. Those friendship is awesome and they certain [...]


    2. Cool main character, cheeky sidekick, interesting magic plot driven story I am enjoying it so far.Soooo I finished. Great book, I am on the second of the series now. Will writ more thoughts on this, but for now I leave you with thisCulture Built on beautiful lies. Religious zealotry used as a shield for corrupt selfish ambitionMain character that alternates between not giving a fuck and giving too many fucksSidekick that gives all the fucks and no fucks simultaneously and in the perfect mannerFa [...]


    3. Wanted something different, so I tried this. Hated it at first but it grew on me. I'll probably check out the next one


    4. Hmmnnnn not sure why everyone loves this book. I found it rather dull and the dialogue tried too hard to be clever.


    5. I cannot describe the excitement I felt when I found that this book had been released!This book, is an addition to The White Tree: The Cycle of Arawn: Book I series. When I had found that this had been released, I bought it immediately!It seems that The Red Sea leaves off nearly where The Black Star ends. It once again had me in it's grips from the very beginning to the very end, and at this point is leaving me asking for more! The writing style is exactly as I remember it, clear and concise, bu [...]


    6. This is fantasy run amok. Nothing is edgy. It is more like a young child telling a story and as he embellishes it, he keeps adding more and more elements, making it so outlandish well, you get the picture.




    7. Quite an enjoyable story, but for the first quarter of the book I struggled a fair bit. The characters, world, and mechanics of the story were all clearly well developed but were left unexplained. I couldn't help but feel that I miss several books that came before this one turns out that was because I did. Half way though I checked, and Book 1 of "The Cycle of Galand" is, in actuality, Book 4 of "The Cycle of Arawn" e_e.I get that an author might want to do multiple series within the same univer [...]


    8. The Red Sea is a nice return to the characters from the Cycle of Arawn. After reading the first Cycle series from Robertson, I have to first warn that you will not appreciate this series unless you have already read the Cycle of Arawn - despite the author's note to the contrary. Notwithstanding, I have to say that the critiques in other reviews are a bit over the top - but not entirely wrong. Here's the deal, if you care more about character development and the storyline than you do about the de [...]


    9. I'm completely sold on this author by now. My first time through the Cycle of Arawn I was a reluctant fan, at best. Two years later, however, I couldn't get the world and its characters out of my head and I returned for a second try. This time around, I was pleasantly surprised by how much the story had improved over the last two years. I finished the third book and immediately started on this one. I read and listened to it in every spare minute and finished fairly quickly. I found the villains [...]


    10. This was a light and fun enough reading. I was feeling all surprised by the unusual beginning where the hero is starting all pumped up, having done a lot of awesome stuff in his past.until I realised there's actually a whole trilogy I didn't know about. Even without it, reading was enjoyable enough, but it did have moments I didn't care for much. Also. good as the reading was, the book had too muchrically unique content. I'm not sure if that makes sense, butough there were some unique ideas, the [...]


    11. It was pretty good. A little slow in the beginning and lacks from a clear antagonist but the protagonists make up for it. Avoids cliche love stories and convenient coincidences. There were a few wtf scenes that didn't line up that well but a lot of those were intentional and cleared up by the end. In the end it was a worthy, yet pretty stereotypical, fantasy read. As seems to happen with these kinds of books, only time will be able to tell if I get an itch to read another in the series.


    12. Quite good. It grabbed me from the beginning and kept me interested the whole way though with lots of "wait, what?" moments :-) I haven't read the previous trilogy, but I didn't need to know anything from the previous story to get into this one. Any references to past events were as well explained as any character backstory, although there was definitely a few more details than new characters usually get.


    13. Continuation of the enjoyable Cycle of Arawn. I found this trilogy on audible due to listening to another book by the same narrator. I had a long drive down the east coast and figured I'd give it a shot. The humor, adventure and enjoyment of this series makes me always look forward to my drives now. Mr. Robertson has done a great job coming up with continued quests for Dante and Blays. I look forward to the continuation.


    14. I was a little concerned I would be lost listening to this story. It has been a very long time since I listened to the first set of books. Thankfully this book does well to have its own story that is not very dependent upon knowing the events of the first set of books.The story was a little long in some places, but over all I enjoyed it. Off to listen to the second one.


    15. Good for the most part. I felt like the protagonist was waxing poetically a bit too much near the end (by that I mean it sounded less like the character and more like the author just attempting to push their views). And there was the epilogue longer than most chapters introducing new characters for some reason.


    16. Damn good 3 to 3.5 star rollercoaster of a book. I gave it 4 stars because of the humour. I often spontaneously started laughing. I think the author would be a good man to have a drink with or at a dinner party.


    17. I actually listened to this one on audible. A couple times I got lost on what was going on. I think reading this one would have been better then listening for me. I gave it 3 stars because I saw potential:)


    18. Great start to a new series with familiar characters!The Red Sea was very different from the first trilogy, but in great ways! There are familiar aspects, but the story takes twists and turns unlike Dante's previous adventures. I can't wait to continue with the series.






    19. Meh. This could have been improved with fewer plot lines. I’ll read the next one, in the hopes that the plot and writing becomes a bit tighter.




    20. A good book, but really not good enough for me to keep going in the series, maybe I will later, but for now I just didn't feel pulled into the world to invest the time into the series.


    21. The continuing adventures of Dante and Blays. As long as they keep being written, I will keep reading them.



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