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Series: The Twilight War (Book 3). Mass Market Paperback: 339 pages. The short version; anything written thus far about Erevis Cale by one Mr. Paul S. Kemp is worth reading.

Series: The Twilight War (Book 3). Pay your money and pay your time; in return, you'll receive a fantastic voyage into a dark fantasy world full of humor, revenge, shocking battle, and most surprising in the genre of fantasy, human emotion and depth.

The Twilight War, Book III. SHADOWREALM. Kemp, Shadowrealm. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

The first two books are; Shadowbred (The Twilight War, Book 1) and Shadowstorm (Forgotten Realms . I put Paul S. Kemp among the greatest of authors and will always look forward to all his new releases and future projects.

I put Paul S. I'd compare it to what Salvatore has done with Drizzt, only better.

Shadowrealm: The Twilight War Book III. Kemp. Twilight Falling: The Erevis Cale Trilogy, Book I. The first novel I read by Paul S. Kemp was Resurrection from the War of the Spider Queen series. I thoroughly enjoy that book so I decided to check in on his other works. I decided to continue with the series and as luck would have it the second book, Shadow's Witness, was about Cale also.

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Shadowrealm: The Twilight War, Book III. by Paul S. Shadowrealm - Paul S. The third and final book of the Twilight War saga Erevis Cale and his friends have to confront an evil shadow demigod, who (of course) wants to destroy the whole world. The stunning conclusion to the Twilight War! One of the Forgotten Realms world's most compelling villains-the Archwizards of Shade-have come down from their flying city with their sights set on the merchant realm of Sembia.

Shadowstorm: The Twilight War, Книги 2. Shadowstorm by Paul S. Kemp is the second book in the Twilight War Trilogy

Shadowstorm: The Twilight War, Книги 2. Kemp is the second book in the Twilight War Trilogy. The first book is titled Shadowbred (The Twilight War, Book 1). Both of these book feature familiar characters from Mr.

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Paul S. Kemp is the author of the novel Crosscurrent, featuring Jaden Korr as the protagonist. He is most well known for Forgotten Realms novels

Paul S. He is most well known for Forgotten Realms novels. Kemp is also the author of the Erevis Cale Trilogy, the Twilight War Trilogy, The Godborn, as well as many other novels and a few short stories. Crosscurrent was his first addition to the Star Wars universe. He later wrote The Old Republic: Deceived, a tie-in to the Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO. He has also written Riptide, a sequel to Crosscurrent

The stunning conclusion to the Twilight War! One of the Forgotten Realms world's most compelling villains--the Archwizards of Shade--have come down from their flying city with their sights set on the merchant realm of Sembia. They come in the guise of allies, but have invasion and empire as their ultimate aim. The fate of Sembia may be sealed, but Erevis Cale still has a shocking destiny that will end in his destruction--if he's lucky. This trilogy brings about major changes to the Forgotten Realms setting.

Comments: (7)

artman
Just finished the third book and now for the review. If you have already read Mr. Martins Ice/Fire and Anthony Ryan's Blood Song or Mr. Cooks Black Company or Mr. Abercrombie's First Law , then this is next (well, it was for me)

I truly enjoyed the writing style and story, lot of high and lows as far as bringing out emotions, yes, perhaps weaker then other books or perhaps a bit stereotypical but overall a very, very enjoyable read.

The first book had some slow spots in it but not bad, books two and three just plowed right along with action, story, plot, just great!
The books reminded me of "The Black Company" series, perhaps Mr. Kemp can speak with Mr. Cook about letting Mr. Kemp finish the series for Mr. Cook (still two books, from what I understand.
Kakashkaliandiia
This book is amazing in every aspect. The characters are real people who laugh, cry, rage, and die. The pace is frenetic, I finished all 6 books in two weeks. If you like a fast pace, with very big magic, this is for you.
Dawncrusher
With the return of the Shade to Toril, the world is being turned on its head. The return of the Shade, and the unwitting actions of Cale and his friends, trying to do the "right" thing set off changes that will impart this corner of the Realms for a long time. This final book in this trilogy is fast paced and had me yelling at the characters at times in frustration. The pain of their previous losses so deeply impacted their actions and motivations, and in truth brought this piece of their stories to a fitting close.

I won't lie, I was crushed a little at the end, but it fit so very well and was so very noble. In the end, proving that Cale and Riven are noble in their own ways.

I am glad the story continues in The Godborn in a couple of months. :)
Gogal
Shadowrealm by Paul S. Kemp is the third, and final, novel in the Twilight War Trilogy. The first two books are; Shadowbred (The Twilight War, Book 1) and Shadowstorm (Forgotten Realms: The Twilight War, Book 2). If you have read the first two novels in this trilogy I also suggest that you read the short story "Continuum" by Mr. Kemp that is in the Realms Of War (Forgotten Realms) Anthology. While technically you need not have read it to understand anything that goes on in this story, there are a few side stories that are greatly enhanced by reading the short story. Plus, it's a great short story. Fans have watched, or should I say read, about Erevis Cale since the anthology The Halls of Stormweather (Gateway to Sembia) in July, 2000. The Twilight War trilogy is a continuation of the story of what a mere butler can become.

The plot of this novel picks up right where Shadowstorm left off. The Shadowstorm is spreading across Sembia and Cale and Riven are trying to stop it. The Shadowstorm is of course the main plot line. How much damge will it do, what will it swallow up before it is stopped, or will it be stopped at all. There are also numerous sub plots scattered throughout the book. Sub plots such as the political situation in Sembia, who is really in control of the area. There is the sub plot of the Shadovar seeking to gain control of the region through less than honest means. Mag's continued spiral into madness. There is also the deal that Cale made to the devil Mephistopheles and the consequences of that deal. There are a couple more sub plots that I can not really talk about due to spoiler material. If all of the above seems like a lot to be packed into one book, you would be correct. Much like Shadowstorm, Mr. Kemp successfully weaves together multi-layered plot lines with deft precission. Some of what occurs within this book attentive readers may guess, other things are beyond comprehension. No matter, this book is a stunning conclusion to the trilogy.

The characters, as can be expected for a third book in a trilogy, are largely carry-overs from the first two books. Familiar names such as Cale, Riven, Mags, Abelar, Rivalen, Tamlin, and Kesson Rel to name a few. There is a great deal of character development with these characters and a few others. Many of the questions that readers will have after the first two novels are answered in this novel. Things such as Cale and Riven's relationship with Mask, Abelar's fall from Lathander's light is expounded upon, Kesson Rel's plan is explained and many more. There is so much going on in this novel it is really hard to pin things down to write about and not write something that would be a spoiler. If you are a fan of these characters, and really enjoy character development then I have little doubt that you will thoroughly enjoy this novel. As with past Kemp novel, the characters are simply outstanding.

The only criticism I can think of for this novel is that maybe, just maybe, there was to much happening in the novel. Later on in the novel there are some scenes that jump back and forth between a multitude of perspectives. I found myself having to really slow my reading so I could make doubly sure I was following everything that was going on. It just seemed a little odd that I had to slow my reading down when I came to the climax of the story. This could have very well been me wanting to know so badly what happened that to slow down seemed wrong.

Some things I really enjoyed about this novel:

1 - The character development. I have read many novels that only one character really developed. That is not the case with this book. There are no less than half a dozen characters that have significant character development. It is a fine line to walk between giving the reader too much and not giving them enough, Mr. Kemp toes the line perfectly and will leave readers satisfied and still wanting more.

2 - The prose and pacing of the novel. It has been an absolute joy to read Mr. Kemp's novels and watch him grow as an author. This novel is, in my opinion, his best yet. It's tight, succinct, and the pacing is full throttle. It is almost as though he is challenging the reader to dare and put the book down.

3 - The ending. That's all I will say about that. Wow. Loved it.

Fans of the Forgotten Realms need to read this book. There are several things that occur within the pages that will have wide reaching implications not only with this particular story arc, but the Forgotten Realms as well. I highly doubt readers will be disappointed with this novel. If you enjoyed the Erevis Cale Trilogy, if you enjoyed the first two novels of the Twilight War trilogy then you know exactly what to expect here. A tight storyline with fantastic characters. The ending may very well leave you slack-jawed. This is a novel, and series, that I would have absolutely no reservations about recommending it to anyone. I simply can not wait to see what Mr. Kemp has in store for his next novel.
Kamuro
The short version; anything written thus far about Erevis Cale by one Mr. Paul S. Kemp is worth reading. Period. Pay your money and pay your time; in return, you'll receive a fantastic voyage into a dark fantasy world full of humor, revenge, shocking battle, and most surprising in the genre of fantasy, human emotion and depth.

Buy this book, and buy the other Erevis Cale novels, and finally read them all as soon as you can. If you don't like to read, then do it anyway; we all need to develop into better people sooner or later.
TheMoonix
I bought a kindle, just to finish this series, and it was worth it. Paperback copies are over $200!!! I put Paul S. Kemp among the greatest of authors and will always look forward to all his new releases and future projects. Shadowrealm itself was a superb masterpiece, forever installing Erevis Cale into my being. I'd compare it to what Salvatore has done with Drizzt, only better.
Styphe
I have never read Kemp's books, but after reading this trilogy, I was really interested to find more of his books. I found out afterwards that he actually had written a trilogy for these characters before this, so it is kind of a disappointment to have started in the middle of a series; however, I am surprised as to how easy it was to step into the series without having read anything before. Anyone who likes fantasy should check this out.
The entire story of Erevis Cale is just extraordinary. His constantly shifting dynamic with those around is just a joy to read. The story telling here by Mr. Kemp is just great. Sounds like I'm gushing on and on but I just really loved this book and the others before it.
Shadowrealm: The Twilight War Book III download epub
Fantasy
Author: Paul S. Kemp
ISBN: 0786948639
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; 4th Printing edition (December 2, 2008)