Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Review of Balislanka

Book Description:
Rick Rivoire has two desires: to protect his country from outside threats, and to purge it of the tyranny that plagues it from within. After saving an isolated mining town from the ruthless necromaner Lucan, he dares to dream of fulfilling both goals.

But the cities are becoming unstable. Religious persecution brings bouts of madness that grow steadily bloodier and more frequent. All about him, Rick's old friends are attacked by fresh, determined enemies. Chaos reigns in the streets of the capital.

Moreover, there are worrisome signs that the town of Jendreaux may not be out of danger after all. Necromancers do come back with distressing regularity, and Lucan is no exception. Rick must put Lucan down once and for all, before an army of walking dead overruns the countryside.

Rick returns to Jendreaux on his own. There is no sign of its soldiers or townspeople. Can he find them? Are they alive? And if they're not alive --- can he beat them?

Even if Lucan can be defeated --- what then? Can Rick find a fledgling rebellion to aid, or join? Or will he have to start one himself?

This is the third book of The Talan Revolt. This book contains sex and violence, and is intended for adults only.

My Review:
Balislanka was quite a great read! John Blackport did an excellent job in the third book in The Talan Revolt series, Balislanka. Rick as the hero he is at times save the town from Lucan. Lucan are back by the way in the third book. John Blackport has an amazing way of storytelling to keep the reader on their toes and the story continuous throughout the three books of the series. I was given the oportunity to read and review the book and even the previous two books. Took me a little longer, but I so enjoyed them all. I will be leaving reviews for the other books as well. The series is awesome and a must read set of books! I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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