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Mercadian Masques [Download] ✤ Mercadian Masques By Francis Lebaron – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk After escaping from the shadowy plane of Rath, the crew of the Weatherlight make their way to Mercadia, where everything is for sale In the streets of this strange city, the heroes find thatthan merch After escaping from the shadowy plane of Rath, the crew of the Weatherlight make their way to Mercadia, where everything is for sale In the streets of this strange city, the heroes find thatthan merchandise can be bought and sold.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 341 pages
  • Mercadian Masques
  • Francis Lebaron
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 0786911883

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10 thoughts on “Mercadian Masques

  1. Ebenezer Arvigenius Ebenezer Arvigenius says:

    Painful first half saved by some acceptable action in the second.Let s start with the obvious Mr Lebaron is simply not a very good author I have read Fanfiction that surpassed this book in characterization and tone.The world is shallow and uninteresting, the characters are paper thin and descriptions are clich d.On the other hand he does manage some halfway entertaining action scenes in the second half.In the end, the book is not a complete waste of time but realistically, nearly any other bo Painful first half saved by some acceptable action in the second.Let s start with the obvious Mr Lebaron is simply not a very good author I have read Fanfiction that surpassed this book in characterization and tone.The world is shallow and uninteresting, the characters are paper thin and descriptions are clich d.On the other hand he does manage some halfway entertaining action scenes in the second half.In the end, the book is not a complete waste of time but realistically, nearly any other book you could grab in a bookstore would provide equal or better entertainment So in the end not too painful is probably the best summary I could give

  2. Scott Johnson Scott Johnson says:

    This one really underscored how much the previous book didn t fit in for me It was a nice return to a single, consistent voice telling a coherent story.That said, there was some really lazy writing here that disrupted what was otherwise a solid story There were a lot of deus ex machina fixes to problems e.g Cho Manno is suddenly alive It was jarring to the point that I was fully expecting this was Volrath in disguise.which was another problem, doing the switch where a character you had b This one really underscored how much the previous book didn t fit in for me It was a nice return to a single, consistent voice telling a coherent story.That said, there was some really lazy writing here that disrupted what was otherwise a solid story There were a lot of deus ex machina fixes to problems e.g Cho Manno is suddenly alive It was jarring to the point that I was fully expecting this was Volrath in disguise.which was another problem, doing the switch where a character you had been coming to know is suddenly someone else entirely, negating all development.It just happened a few times, basically every time the crew was in a seemingly inescapable predicament An acceptable twist would be like Squee stopping that big creature from murdering the shit out of Gerrard during their first arrival in Mercadia It s adding something to the world we just didn t know yet that Goblins have a much different standing here , and it s an interesting way out of a situation.Compare this with oh this guy I totally told you died is actually just fine and also he has crazy psychic abilities that can resolve this false accusation in 30 seconds That feelslike trying to write your way out of a corner It adds nothing to the world, you just tell your reader fuck you for believing my explicit statement that this character was dead.Anyway, we re finally getting into the meat of the history of these worlds now, and the set of cards I m familiar with that now make sense has had its growth accelerated

  3. Iain Iain says:

    Not the best MTG novella If I didn t want to follow the crew of the Weatherlight, I would probably have set the book aside unfinished.

  4. Justin Justin says:

    Took a very long break, but very engaging and to read Voltrath kills Starke, diguishes as Takara, and loses to Gerrard Team fix ship and leave Cho manna and Orim are a thing, as Hanna and G are.

  5. Joshua Coquat Joshua Coquat says:

    Started strong, but finished only okay.

  6. Chip Hunter Chip Hunter says:

    This book picks up right where RATH AND STORM left off, with Gerrard and Co escaping Rath in a damaged Weatherlight and crash landing on the world of Mercadia The friends soon become entangled in the rather complex but intriguing politics of this mysterious new land, eventually becoming something like heroes to the common people The main premise of this book involves the capture of the Weatherlight by locals and Gerrard s efforts to reclaim the ship and simultaneously upgrade it There is a This book picks up right where RATH AND STORM left off, with Gerrard and Co escaping Rath in a damaged Weatherlight and crash landing on the world of Mercadia The friends soon become entangled in the rather complex but intriguing politics of this mysterious new land, eventually becoming something like heroes to the common people The main premise of this book involves the capture of the Weatherlight by locals and Gerrard s efforts to reclaim the ship and simultaneously upgrade it There is also a lot of character building, particularly with Orim and Squee This book also helps to bring the other MAGIC books into the story Events from THE BROTHERS WAR are talked about as legend, linking this series with that one.Francis Lebaron does a pretty good job on this debut novel, keeping the pace of the story up and including plenty of action, humor, and drama Still, there is something lacking in the writing style For some reason, even scenes that should be very exciting or highly dramatic fail to inspire all that much I can t really pinpoint exactly what is missing, but for some reason Lebaron s writing just doesn t convey the same feeling that other good writers do I ll bet that he will improve in this as he matures as a writer.Overall, this is an above average MAGIC novel that tells a very exciting and interesting tale in a rather bland manner

  7. Michael T Bradley Michael T Bradley says:

    I really WANT to like this series, dammit, but it keeps letting me down.The Weatherlight, after the wild climax of Rath Storm, crashes in a new world, near the city of Mercadia There s a big mix up, and most of the crew is imprisoned They escape Some other members of the crew are trapped by forest people They escape There s intrigue, etc None of the characters really popped, and nothing made me believe this would bethan exploring a new place I d even like to enjoy something like t I really WANT to like this series, dammit, but it keeps letting me down.The Weatherlight, after the wild climax of Rath Storm, crashes in a new world, near the city of Mercadia There s a big mix up, and most of the crew is imprisoned They escape Some other members of the crew are trapped by forest people They escape There s intrigue, etc None of the characters really popped, and nothing made me believe this would bethan exploring a new place I d even like to enjoy something like that, but it just did nothing for me

  8. Lindsey Lindsey says:

    Reading as a joke my boyfriend is really into Magic the Gathering the game We ll see if it can stand on its own as a fantasy series

  9. Bradley Bradley says:

    Never read this one before I have always enjoyed the exploits of Gerard and his crew This book is no exception Definitely an excellent high fantasy read.

  10. Rocky Sunico Rocky Sunico says:

    I ve posted a full review of this book on my blog here I ve posted a full review of this book on my blog here

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