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In this stirring sequel to the epic dramas Bloodwinter and Springwar, a new king must strive to heal a war-torn land, master a dangerous and world-altering magic

In this stirring sequel to the epic dramas ngwar, a new king must strive to heal a war-torn land, master a world-altering magic, and defeat a fanatical religious sect that will stop at nothing to gain total power. Peace has come to the realm of Eron, and with it a new High King: young, inexperienced Avall, victor in the war against Ixti, sole possessor of the magical gems taken from the mines of the frozen north.

Book 3 of 4 in the A Tale of Eron Series. This was decent fantasy novel but I thought it was probably the weakest in the series. Once again Deitz takes us to the war-torn land of Eron where Avall the war hero and reluctant young king must try to find ways rule his country by keeping the various clans happy. But Avall's problems become worse when a fanatical clan called the.

Tom Deitz is the author of 19 novels. His contemporary fantasies drew heavily on the mythic traditions of both the Native Americans and the ancient Celts. Deitz also recently won the Phoenix Award (2007)

In this stirring sequel to the epic dramas Bloodwinter and Springwar, a new king must strive to heal a war-torn land, master a dangerous and world-altering magic, and defeat a secret and fanatical religious sect that will stop at nothing to gain total power. Tom Deitz is the author of 19 novels. Deitz also recently won the Phoenix Award (2007). He died in 2009 and lived in Young Harris, Georgia.

Avall has won the struggle against his rivals and is now High King of Eron, plus master of the magical gems that feed on blood and confer astonishing powers. This time, young Avall must contend with the secretive but deadly fanatics of the priesthood of the Ninth Face, who have their own cogent reasons for wanting to depose Avall and claim his gemstones. Avall has won the struggle against his rivals and is now High King of Eron, plus master of the magical gems that feed on blood and confer astonishing powers.

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In this stirring sequel to the epic dramas of Bloodwinter and Springwar, a new king must strive to heal a war-torn land, master a world-altering magic, and defeat a fanatical religious sect that will stop at nothing to gain total power.Peace has come to the realm of Eron, and with it a new High King: young, inexperienced Avall, victor in the war against Ixti, sole possessor of the magical gems taken from the mines of the frozen north. But as Eron attempts to heal from the bloody conflict, unrest once again grips this troubled land, stirred up by a secret cabal of powerful priests who call themselves the Ninth Face.Avall struggles to quell the unrest and to control the boundless magic of the mysterious gems. At the same time, Avall's twin sister, Merryn, must make her own arduous journey a step ahead of those who would gladly claim her life. But it is the fanatical leaders of the Ninth Face who pose the greatest danger. They have put in motion a deadly plan to drive Avall from the throne, destroy the power of the noble clans, and take possession of the gems themselves — all in the name of their unbending god. For Eron the choice is stark indeed: an imperfect and inexperienced king ... or the tyranny of the righteous.

Comments: (2)

Cordanara
There is a gaping plot hole is "Summerblood". Here's what happens. It picks up shortly after where "Springwar" left off. The good guys in Eron have driven off the bad guys from Ixti, and now they're settling down to the business of running a kingdom. Their first order of business is to have the magic regalia taken away from the capitol and hidden somewhere in the mountains. Why? The explanation provided doesn't really make any sense, and I was left with the impression that Deitz threw that twist into the book solely because he couldn't come up with any other way to create an interesting plot for the last two volumes of the series.
I'm torn about how to respond to "Summerblood", because other than that distraction, Deitz maintains the generally high quality level from "Bloodwinter" and "Springwar". Characters remain realistic, pacing remains fast, writing remains solid. There is one scene close to the middle of the book that is particularly noteworthy for its effectiveness. However, there's no getting away from the fact that the characters here sometimes act like idiots just because the plot requires them to, a tactic usually associated with the weakest authors. So I have to agree with the other reviewer who described this as the poorest book in the series.
Uranneavo
This was decent fantasy novel but I thought it was probably the weakest in the series.Once again Deitz takes us to the war-torn land of Eron where Avall the war hero and reluctant young king must try to find ways rule his country by keeping the various clans happy.But Avall's problems become worse when a fanatical clan called the Priest cult plots to overthrow him and seize the magical jems that Avall used to defeat Ixians in the war.The problem I had with the book is that the characters behaved in stupid matter and even though the priest cult was suitable fanatical in the aims they were poor villians in comparision to King Baraxx from the previous two books.
Summerblood download epub
Fantasy
Author: Tom Deitz
ISBN: 0553380702
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Spectra; First Edition edition (April 3, 2001)
Pages: 336 pages