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TRAIL OF PYRES is an engaging read from the first page, with characters that leap off the page, a rich and well-designed world, and a vigorous plot... a vital part of a dramatic, sweeping fantasy saga set in a rich and beautifully-designed world, with compelling characters and an action-filled plot. -- IndieReader Murder came to the lords of the Silone Clans upon the Eve o TRAIL OF PYRES is an engaging read from the first page, with characters that leap off the page, a rich and well-designed world, and a vigorous plot... a vital part of a dramatic, sweeping fantasy saga set in a rich and beautifully-designed world, with compelling characters and an action-filled plot. -- IndieReader Murder came to the lords of the Silone Clans upon the Eve of Snows, and the survivors scattered to the sea in a desperate journey to safety. They surrendered Kaludor, their island and home, to the demonic Shadows of Man and the Taken they possess. Eliles and the twenty souls who stayed behind on Herald’s Watch, surrounded by a tower of impenetrable fire, find they are not alone. Ivin, along with other surviving Silone lords, negotiate a desperate peace with the Hidreng of the Hundred Nations, a bargain which could cost his people the Seven Heavens and forfeit his soul. Solineus travels to bargain a treaty with the Edan of the Mother Wood to protect the Silone from the Hidreng. His journey will return him to the frozen Treaty Lands and the Tomb of the Touched. Meliu once again holds the Codex of Sol, and even as she questions her faith in the gods, she finds that her prayers have their favor: She’s more powerful than she ever imagined, but it’s a power with a terrible risk. The Silone people are desperate for peace, desperate for food and shelter to survive the coming winter. What they desire is to return victorious to their homeland, but their hope and refuge lies at the end of a path which will leave their dead burning behind them: The Trail of Pyres.


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TRAIL OF PYRES is an engaging read from the first page, with characters that leap off the page, a rich and well-designed world, and a vigorous plot... a vital part of a dramatic, sweeping fantasy saga set in a rich and beautifully-designed world, with compelling characters and an action-filled plot. -- IndieReader Murder came to the lords of the Silone Clans upon the Eve o TRAIL OF PYRES is an engaging read from the first page, with characters that leap off the page, a rich and well-designed world, and a vigorous plot... a vital part of a dramatic, sweeping fantasy saga set in a rich and beautifully-designed world, with compelling characters and an action-filled plot. -- IndieReader Murder came to the lords of the Silone Clans upon the Eve of Snows, and the survivors scattered to the sea in a desperate journey to safety. They surrendered Kaludor, their island and home, to the demonic Shadows of Man and the Taken they possess. Eliles and the twenty souls who stayed behind on Herald’s Watch, surrounded by a tower of impenetrable fire, find they are not alone. Ivin, along with other surviving Silone lords, negotiate a desperate peace with the Hidreng of the Hundred Nations, a bargain which could cost his people the Seven Heavens and forfeit his soul. Solineus travels to bargain a treaty with the Edan of the Mother Wood to protect the Silone from the Hidreng. His journey will return him to the frozen Treaty Lands and the Tomb of the Touched. Meliu once again holds the Codex of Sol, and even as she questions her faith in the gods, she finds that her prayers have their favor: She’s more powerful than she ever imagined, but it’s a power with a terrible risk. The Silone people are desperate for peace, desperate for food and shelter to survive the coming winter. What they desire is to return victorious to their homeland, but their hope and refuge lies at the end of a path which will leave their dead burning behind them: The Trail of Pyres.

30 review for Trail of Pyres: Sundering the Gods Extended Edition: Book 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Harmony T.

    Trail of Pyres is fabulous! With this second full length novel in the series (along with the novella), an epic series is being built. I am so in love with these characters and the story of the Silone people. This novel really helped me with better understanding of the intricacies of the world the author created as well as the pantheon of gods (and how their priests can channel their powers). I look forward to the next book in the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    The second book of the series. There is a novella on Melieu you can read prior. I enjoyed how the story evolves and new issues are introduced....but beware it can get confusing. I don’t recommend too long of a gap between reads because then you can get more confused. If you love Solinius as much as I do then you will not be disappointed! Definitely the best character...crazy warrior but still the best character. There is a lot of references to kingdoms/rivers/territories etc in the book...especi The second book of the series. There is a novella on Melieu you can read prior. I enjoyed how the story evolves and new issues are introduced....but beware it can get confusing. I don’t recommend too long of a gap between reads because then you can get more confused. If you love Solinius as much as I do then you will not be disappointed! Definitely the best character...crazy warrior but still the best character. There is a lot of references to kingdoms/rivers/territories etc in the book...especially the last 1/3. The author recently updated the maps on the website so keep these close as you read the book. My wish for the final book: 1. Solinius being awesome 2. The Wolverine to be awesome 3. Kinesee to be awesome 4. And to see that tiger-human guy again.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Simon Busk

    A very good read Brilliant second book in the series, interesting characters that you grow to care about tot much. Twists and turns and plenty of intrigue. Bring on book three.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alec G

    Mr. Rice's second novel in the series is impressive. I very much enjoyed Eve of Snows, but ToP completely exceeded my expectations! We are introduced to an exciting new slice of the world, and the people that inhabit it. This book also begins exploring the darker side of certain characters and the world as a whole. Can't wait for more! Mr. Rice's second novel in the series is impressive. I very much enjoyed Eve of Snows, but ToP completely exceeded my expectations! We are introduced to an exciting new slice of the world, and the people that inhabit it. This book also begins exploring the darker side of certain characters and the world as a whole. Can't wait for more!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Morris Jones

    This has quickly become one of my favorites in the Epic genre. Dark with a twist of humor, I'd almost say the books so far are Game of Thrones meets the Trail of Tears and Moses. If that sounds a bit odd, maybe it is! **Spoilers** The first book is more GoT, but Trail of Pyres changes the game, shoving it to the background. This is pure survival for a people in a forced migration (check your history books for the Trail of Tears) which also has a component of Moses being led by God to the Holy Lan This has quickly become one of my favorites in the Epic genre. Dark with a twist of humor, I'd almost say the books so far are Game of Thrones meets the Trail of Tears and Moses. If that sounds a bit odd, maybe it is! **Spoilers** The first book is more GoT, but Trail of Pyres changes the game, shoving it to the background. This is pure survival for a people in a forced migration (check your history books for the Trail of Tears) which also has a component of Moses being led by God to the Holy Land (the game in the background). Forget about the heroes tryin to retake their home, although that is left open, most of the characters are taken on a harrowing journey of survival and keeping their people alive. Do they reach the Holy Land? Is there a holy Land? I guess that's what the next books will answer.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Art Rogers

    Not what I was expecting! This is not so much a story about characters as it is a people... And yet I'm totally absorbed in the characters and loving them. The depth of the world keeps expanding, we don't know who to trust... I hate spoilers! So just go read the book, it's a fantastic journey. Brutal and dark, but laced with humor to get you through, this is building toward an awesome series. I imagine I'll be spending time in this world for years to come. Not what I was expecting! This is not so much a story about characters as it is a people... And yet I'm totally absorbed in the characters and loving them. The depth of the world keeps expanding, we don't know who to trust... I hate spoilers! So just go read the book, it's a fantastic journey. Brutal and dark, but laced with humor to get you through, this is building toward an awesome series. I imagine I'll be spending time in this world for years to come.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ashlee Linglong

    Sometimes you think you have the direction of a series pegged... Nope! The world grows deeper and more complex, the system of magic comes into better detail as we "see inside" the head of a priestess and get to know the elf-like Woodkin. An excellent read, strong prose and characters I've fallen in love with... for good or ill. Sometimes you think you have the direction of a series pegged... Nope! The world grows deeper and more complex, the system of magic comes into better detail as we "see inside" the head of a priestess and get to know the elf-like Woodkin. An excellent read, strong prose and characters I've fallen in love with... for good or ill.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robert Jones

    I had some time on my hands and flat out blew through this book! What can I say, wow. I'm not sure I've seen a book with multiple point of view characters that ends every storyline in such a fashion. Sadness, joy, hope, surprise... every characters story ends with a jolt of something. I almost regret reading it so fast, but look forward to moving on. I had some time on my hands and flat out blew through this book! What can I say, wow. I'm not sure I've seen a book with multiple point of view characters that ends every storyline in such a fashion. Sadness, joy, hope, surprise... every characters story ends with a jolt of something. I almost regret reading it so fast, but look forward to moving on.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Jones

    Dark, brutal, and a little prescient with the disease aspect, even if it wasn't focused on! Just enough dark humor to carry me through the darker aspects of the story, but at the same time, it also weaves in hope and the power of perseverance against adversity. Dark, brutal, and a little prescient with the disease aspect, even if it wasn't focused on! Just enough dark humor to carry me through the darker aspects of the story, but at the same time, it also weaves in hope and the power of perseverance against adversity.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lizzy Bjorn

    Loving this series, though this book 2 was punched me in the gut a few times. The journey isn't always pleasant, but it was always well written, LOL. I'm looking forward to see where these books go and hoping the characters start catching a few breaks. Loving this series, though this book 2 was punched me in the gut a few times. The journey isn't always pleasant, but it was always well written, LOL. I'm looking forward to see where these books go and hoping the characters start catching a few breaks.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Char

  12. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Schminke

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jamie jones

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Barki

  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Veronica S

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenna Jing

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Galus

  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley Molsbee

  21. 4 out of 5

    Xia Dagura

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mr Paul E Cranley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tom

  24. 5 out of 5

    Peter Rokkos

  25. 4 out of 5

    Daniel S. Menees

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alex Profilio

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lena

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Wanda Atkins

  30. 4 out of 5

    Hillerie

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