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The Forgemaster Cycle Trilogy

By: Joshua C. Cook
Narrated by: Eric Bryan Moore
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It started with a simple dream and thrust William Reis and his companions into a dangerous and thrilling conclusion.

Be pulled into the world of the Forgemaster Cycle, as William Reis finds his life changed beyond recognition as he discovers ancient truths that will shatter not only the land of Palnor, but all of Alos.

Blood of a Fallen God

William Reis just wants to be a Guild Smith, a dream shared by generations of Reachers. When he breaks a law older than any other, he unleashes a torrent of danger that just might destroy not only him, but the only family he has left. To save Duncan Reis, his cousin, Will must accept a fate he doesn’t want, and do the impossible.... 

The Anvil of Souls

William has pulled off the unthinkable, and now finds himself named Forgemaster. His actions came at a higher cost than he ever could have imagined, and he is haunted by his choices. When a slim hope presents itself to get some of what he lost back, William leaps at the chance, leading him all the way to the very birthplace of the Gods, the Anvil of Souls. Only to face what appears to be a betrayal by someone he trusts….

A City in Blue

William Reis and Myriam VolFar have escaped from the Anvil of Souls and find themselves in the strangest place in all of Alos: the "City", as it’s called, steeped in magic. True magic, unlike any place they know of. Drawn into the machinations for power, William and Myriam both must learn to put aside their differences, for the enemy comes, and the only way forward will remake everything.

Experience the expansive and complete fantasy epic in one fell swoop. 

©2021 Joshua C. Cook (P)2022 Joshua C. Cook

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Pretty much all good, except for character Myriam which kinda ruins the perfection of the story.

Main character falls in love with her, and she does with him, then Very Quickly she doesnt want him she wants his friend.... typical ultra classy angle.

Aside from the hot garbage that is this character (she seems great at first!), this is a very good book.

I read to escape the negative, a women who claims to care for one guy, only to quickly change mind (and main characters friend ok with doing this to his buddy)... is a little too "young person in 2020s America" for me, not something that should happen within a created world of fantasy that has little to no relation to our modern world in any other way.
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Wrote the above about 2/3 of the way in.
Last third (last book) ends up shitting the bed imo, everything above still applies, just had so much potential...

And, lol, the main character... who's love left him for another guy...well that guy died,..so now she's going to settle for him.
Oh joy...

WTF AUTHOR, just stay out of the interpersonal/relationship stuff, clearly not your bag. All else very solid, but this significant lack, puts a stink on something that doesn't really deserve it -- in other words, your bad is killing your good, act accordingly.

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  • 09-12-22

the end of book 3

The ending didn't make much sense, it felt wrong, not to mention the mc basically get pushed out by others for most of the books. The character age doesn't correspond to choices they make, it feels like they are small children. Listened to the end but I'll say, it was very hard not to bin this book and forget about it. First book was good, second was acceptable, but third made me want to smack author over the head.

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  • 11-17-22

excellent story, let down by a week narrator.

Excellent story, magic system wasn't as in depth as I like but hey.

The biggest letdown for this was, honestly, the narrator. His accent was all over the place, his inflections really became irritating over time, and it's the first time I've ever had a narrator make me dislike a main character. The narration changed situations that should have been emotional and instead, made them exasperating because of the whimpering, sooky inflection he'd use.