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ISBN:0733626335
Author: Joel Shepherd
ISBN13: 978-0733626333
Title: Tracato (Trial of Blood and Steel)
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Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Publisher: Import Aus (September 2, 2010)

Tracato (Trial of Blood and Steel) by Joel Shepherd



Written by Joel Shepherd Read by Kate Reading Format: MP3 Bitrate: 64 Kbps Unabridged. The net is really closing in now, with the whole of Rhodia at war and the serrin - the beautiful and dangerous people from beyond the Bacosh - fighting for survival. The revolutionary politics of Tracato, and the clandestine attempts by the feudalists to hold onto power, are gripping and full.

Book 3 of the Blood and Steel quartet. Shepherd is amazing as a writer with his ability to suck me into his story. I do appreciate that as the story is told, things get grayer, and grayer. I love Sasha more and more, and suffer with her. Sasha truly grows as a character. But the story just piles death upon degradation. Things get worse, and worse, and worse, and worse.

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The net is really closing in now, with the whole of Rhodia at war and the serrin - the beautiful and dangerous people from beyond the Bacosh - fighting for survival. The revolutionary politics of Tracato, and the clandestine attempts by the feudalists to hold onto power, are gripping and full of intrigue  . Genre: Fantasy Format:.

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One. I DON’T LIKE THE LOOK OF THIS, said Sasha, leaning on the Maiden’s railing. If the latest tales were true, the Rhodaani Steel had bypassed the port city of Algen and were laying siege to Vethenel further north. Given what Sasha had heard of the Rhodaani Steel, she had little doubt that, if true, Vethenel would have fallen by now. But the Elissian coastline was rugged in parts, its waters treacherous, and its navy had not been entirely smashed, or so the Maiden’s captain feared. More likely its surviving remnants were in hiding, he claimed, in hidden bays known only to local sailors

Reviews: 7
Moralsa
The third book in the series, perhaps a bit darker than the others, but full of the same interesting philosophical insights and physical battles. Sasha finds a different kind of struggle here, one more in her head than in her sword. Just great writing by Shepherd, the book flows along like Sasha's footwork. We see more of her family and their struggles as well as the big war promised throughout the series revs up to happen.
Dikus
Book 3 of the Blood and Steel quartet.

Shepherd is amazing as a writer with his ability to suck me into his story.

I do appreciate that as the story is told, things get grayer, and grayer.

I love Sasha more and more, and suffer with her. Sasha truly grows as a character.

But the story just piles death upon degradation. Things get worse, and worse, and worse, and worse. Then they get really bad.

The battle isn't told as epically, as it was in Book 2. If you've read Book 1 and 2, get Book 3, but be ready for some pain. Well told pain, but it is rough.
Viashal
The war that I've been expecting since the first book, Lenayin's invasion of the Saalshen Bachosh, has finally started! I feel like it certainly took long enough. On that note, one thing I noticed is that this book, unlike the previous two in the series, jumps right into the action. There is very little time spent on new character development, which seems fair. We already know all the main characters pretty well at this point. The pace of the first two books in the Trial of Blood and Steel was pretty forumlatic. The first half or so of the book was spent learning about the characters and building up to some sort of battle scenes that only pertained to the book, not the series.

I felt Tracato completely skipped the introductions and started instead at the first set of book-specific battle scenes, in this case being the Tracato civil war. Then it jumped to the series-wide conflict, the Toravan/Lenayin invasion of Enora. I was personally pleased to see this focus on action and moving forward the overall plot of the series, and I preferred the way character development was strewn throughout the book. It felt much more realistic, and I didn't feel like I had to fulfill some sort of characterization quota (which is saying something, because I love Sasha). It just... felt a little better paced to me. I look forward to the finale! (it is the finale, right?)
Winn
Very dark and intense continuation of the story so far. Definitely one of the best fantasy books out there.
Onetarieva
I've loved this series. Good action and interesting characters keep coming. It's hard to find a place to stop reading.
OwerSpeed
This series contains two of my favorite things...fantasy and romance! Also, it is great to see such a strong heroine. This book shows Sasha at her best. She breaks away from Kessligh, reconciles with her family and comes into her own as a strong military leader. I enjoyed every page! I just downloaded book four and can't wait to read it!
VAZGINO
Not quite as good as the first 2, but still worth continuing. Characters, especially the antagonists, developed very well. Resolution not quite as good.
still would recommend this book since it is part of the whole story. the language is getting a bit bad, but still a good red