The Glass Thief

  • Title: The Glass Thief
  • Author: John Ryers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Glass Thief Librarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found here and hereA DEBT IS OWED Del Kanadis indentured thief to the King of Fires desires freedom above all else When given the opportunity to repa
    Librarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found here and hereA DEBT IS OWED Del Kanadis indentured thief to the King of Fires desires freedom above all else When given the opportunity to repay his debt with a single job, he begrudgingly accepts, believing it to be a fool s errand His task infiltrate a secluded village rumoured to hold a relic capable of defeaLibrarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found here and hereA DEBT IS OWED Del Kanadis indentured thief to the King of Fires desires freedom above all else When given the opportunity to repay his debt with a single job, he begrudgingly accepts, believing it to be a fool s errand His task infiltrate a secluded village rumoured to hold a relic capable of defeating the Fire King s enemies Living amongst the townsfolk and gaining the trust of those in charge, Del quickly discovers they know than they re letting on, and that perhaps the relic truly does exist Upon discovering their ultimate secret, he realizes winning his own life back could come at the cost of everyone else losing theirs.

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    1. This book kept me enthralled for the entire three days it took me to read it. Ryers writing style is unique and captivating, detailing an excellent story that I truly have not seen anywhere else. The main character, Del, is given the option to rid himself of a debt, leading him on a quest through Aeryeth, which is possibly one of the most fascinating worlds I have encountered in years. The main story, along with the subplots, are beautifully interwoven to a satisfying ending. I imagine readers w [...]

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    2. The Glass Thief by John Ryers is an irritating book. Irritating because it is such a fast read, and such a good book that you immediately want to know what happens next when you come to the end. While it's obviously part of a series, and there is much more to come, the plot of this first book is wrapped up very well by the time the end comes. However, you know that there are more adventures to come for Del Kanadis, and if you're like me, you want to know what those adventures are NOW! This is a [...]

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    3. Del Kanadis (what a great name!) owes a debt to the Fire King. I'm a new fan. From the first line to the last page, I loved every aspect of this book. Ryers keeps the pace moving and his way with words allowed me to get completely immersed in the story and forget where I was. This is one of the fastest reads I've done of late, mainly because I couldn't put it down. Not one word is wasted in this story. The story is so well done, I found myself wanting to be a part of the story, a character exper [...]

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    4. I enjoyed this novel from the very first page. Del is instantly likeable, despite his many and considerable flaws. The other characters in the book are interesting and well fleshed out and the story itself is a solid read. World building is subtle but strong, which is exactly they way I like my fantasy best. The story is more centered on the characters, but still provides enough detail and history to fully flesh out the world they live in. Towards the end of the book there were some things that [...]

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    5. This was a very good read overall. The writing was good and never took me out of the story. There was plenty of action, especially toward the end. It did take me a while to connect to the main character, however. At first, he wasn't the most sympathetic of characters, but he experienced a lot of growth over the course of the book. By the end, this book was making me feel things, and that's always good.I'm interested to see where the series goes in the future.Rating 8.5/10

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    6. This book has no orcs, elves, or dwarves. What it does have is an eclectic mix of 'heroes' and a roster of incredible new creatures.My only issue was with the use of it'd which never seemed to scan right with my brain, making me re-read the passage.

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    7. Brilliant! This debut novel reads like polished glass. While set in its own unique world, it reminded me of Scott Lynch's Gentlemen Bastard series. The action is compelling, the flow is smooth, the characters are memorable. Read it, then harangue the author to hurry up with the next one.

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    8. This is a fantasy novel that would make George R R Martin proud. I loved the first 3/4 of it, very engaging plot, great characters, and wonderful story. Then it felt like George R R Martin took over the tale. While I enjoyed most of the story, I suppose I'm not the largest fan of the darker fantasy, especially after growing to love a few characters, and the last quarter took me a little longer to get through. Definitely an interesting concept, and I love the power of glass for magic, as well as [...]

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    9. I really enjoyed this book. It's got thieving, magic, fighting, infiltration, magic-infused guns, all while the threat of war looms in the background. I came to like Del, even if he's a jerk at the beginning of the novel (and doesn't like tea!), as his character growth is excellent. If you like reluctant heroes, betrayal, and excitement, this is the book for you.

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