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  1. Maryam Maryam says:

    All things are known at the end.wow, what an ending This series is one of my favorite Fantasy trilogy in recent years Solid characters, solid plot and very well story telling narrative.The book starts on when the second book was finished, Van Bam is dead and Clara is now alone with a Genii and demons Samuel, Hillem, Goldergol and Namji are on their own back in the Sisterhood of Bells Can these scattered remaining Relic Guild overcome Genii and Spiral and save Labrys Town and Alfier houses Li All things are known at the end.wow, what an ending This series is one of my favorite Fantasy trilogy in recent years Solid characters, solid plot and very well story telling narrative.The book starts on when the second book was finished, Van Bam is dead and Clara is now alone with a Genii and demons Samuel, Hillem, Goldergol and Namji are on their own back in the Sisterhood of Bells Can these scattered remaining Relic Guild overcome Genii and Spiral and save Labrys Town and Alfier houses Like two previous books, the narrative switches between present time and 40 years ago slowly every secret is revealed and every person s place in Skaywatcher Lady Amilee s long schemed plan is known and fulfilled.Lady Amilee has plotted what s going to happen carefully so at the end everything will be as it should be She doesn t hesitate to sacrifice Relic Guild agents for the greater good.I ve enjoyed these series so much that I m sure I m going to reread them soon


  2. Foggygirl Foggygirl says:

    One of the best fantasy series that I have read in a long time.


  3. Stuart Stuart says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Audience Those who enjoy the darker side of fantasy, with plenty of plot twists and gore.Rating Summed up in one word Labyrinthine Author Bio Edward Cox is the author of the awesome RELIC GUILD trilogy He has a masters degree in creative writing and has taught the same subject at the University of Bedfordshire First Impression I had not heard of the RELIC GUILD series until I received this book from Gollancz I was incredibly impressed with The Watcher Of Dead Time, it is the pe Audience Those who enjoy the darker side of fantasy, with plenty of plot twists and gore.Rating Summed up in one word Labyrinthine Author Bio Edward Cox is the author of the awesome RELIC GUILD trilogy He has a masters degree in creative writing and has taught the same subject at the University of Bedfordshire First Impression I had not heard of the RELIC GUILD series until I received this book from Gollancz I was incredibly impressed with The Watcher Of Dead Time, it is the perfect mix of brutal outstanding magical imagery, gore and complicated plot lines It was a kind of shame I read this one first, but it means I get to go back and check out The Relic Guild and The Cathedral Of Known Things when I eventually get a chance If you love a trilogy that you can just throw yourself into and get lost in its lines then you need to check out these books Summary of the Story Labrys Town, home to a million humans cut off from the rest of the universe, has been invaded Those who protected it have been deposed.The Relic Guild are scattered across the worlds of the Aelfir Many of them are dead or dying The Genii control everything The war is almost over.Clara, a young woman barely able to control her werewolf side, has seen her friends and mentors killed in front of her She is the last hope for Labrys Town.But someone is watching herReviewPlot The remaining members of the Relic Guild are scattered The last of the Genii are on a mission to free their leader There is a devastating virus spreading through Labrys Town threatening to kill every last denizen The stakes are high in the last instalment of this unforgettable trilogy and Edward Cox knows he needs to finish it with everything he has got The plot is fast paced complex and full to the brim with vivid and compelling imagery and characters EC has to not only got to string together multiple plot lines spanning a 40 year timeline, he has also got to make it coherent and enjoyable and in my opinion he succeeds here with flying colours Creating a story that includes so many different characters, places, emotions, plots, story points and blood gore is a hard task but EC makes it look easy Format Writing Style Crafting a new world from his own mind gave EC a lot of wiggle room when it comes to both writing and language in this book Every detail and word is thoughtfully placed and included to make this a unique read The Aelfir, Labrys Town, The Labyrinth, The Oldest Place, Nightshade, The Relic Guild, The Genii and the many other elements included were the EC s own creations and he utilised them very well Being in an EC book is like visiting an alien world but with magic and you take his word for it and go with the flow.Setting The world that this book populates is so far from our own that I felt completely lost in its stunning features A portion of the book is literally a labyrinth The landscapes are ragged and war torn, filled with evil creatures, disease and injured heroes Every new world introduced is unique and has its own identity The Nightshade is a living breathing building The Forest of Icicles is ruthless terrain, infested with nasty creatures The Library of Glass and Mirrors is a place of knowledge, the future and also uncertainty Every detail of each setting is used, threaded into the story and it creates a fearsome and quality atmosphere and background to events.Characters A wide range of characters are included in TWODT, from a werewolf, to an empath someone who can influence thoughts and emotions , an illusionist, an old bounty hunter, a Nephilim, a policeman, an automaton assassin and many other epic creations Clara, Samuel and Marney are all headstrong, battle worn heroes just trying to defeat evil and bring their world back from the brink of destruction Everyone else is there to support, disrupt, defeat or challenge these heroes My main complaint about this book is that is it rather crowded, everyone has their place, but it can get confusing D I was most looking forward to the werewolf presence but unfortunately we don t get much and it is barely noticeable Other charactersthan make up for it though The Toymaker, the automaton assassin who is sworn to protect Clara, is such a great character and is a perfect example of the level of creativity that EC was aiming for when he started this trilogy The villain Lord Spiral is your run of the mill world destroyer but his insanity makes him interesting, his second in command Fabian Moor is one of this books show stoppers Corrupt, backstabbing and dastardly until the bitter end.Themes There are not many earthly themes here Classic good vs evil One of the books main themes messages is to own yourself and never back down from a fight There is teamwork, friendships and support There is also power, evil and scorn So it caters to many different crowds.Likes Interesting Cast of Characters Complex Plot Vivid Imagery.Dislikes Lack of Decent Werewolf Content Can Be Overcrowded Average Main Villain.Thoughts on the cover art I love this cover art, combined with the other 2 books is eyeball heaven Too muchoh well thats me 10 10Rating An impressive end to a well thought out and progressive trilogy I highly recommend The Watcher Of Dead Time to all readers, though watch out as there is plenty of blood and gore flying around Edward Cox has poured his heart and soul into these books and this is a fitting end to the story Check it out Support Edward Cox Enjoy this book


  4. Anna Stephens Anna Stephens says:

    I d award this trilogy 6 out of 5 if I could Is it fantasy or Sci Fi urban or epic uplifting or horrifying ALL OF THEM But it is also hugely satisfying And heartbreaking watcher continues the parallel storyline of 40 years previous and the present day, bringing both narratives to crushing but ultimately hugely satisfying conclusions Not everyone makes it And even when their deaths aren t heroic they are appropriate devastating but Right The Relic Guild trilogy is like nothing I d award this trilogy 6 out of 5 if I could Is it fantasy or Sci Fi urban or epic uplifting or horrifying ALL OF THEM But it is also hugely satisfying And heartbreaking watcher continues the parallel storyline of 40 years previous and the present day, bringing both narratives to crushing but ultimately hugely satisfying conclusions Not everyone makes it And even when their deaths aren t heroic they are appropriate devastating but Right The Relic Guild trilogy is like nothing I ve ever read before in its world spanning breadth and it s claustrophobic closeness universe striding magical beings and humble humans share the stage and do battle not just for themselves, but for everything Ed absolutely knocked it out of the park with the final book of this trilogy I may even have shed a tear or two whatever he publishes next, I ll be devouring it with a big spoon


  5. Kirsten Kuns Kirsten Kuns says:

    Refreshingly different Quite a strange reality.


  6. Matthew Matthew says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really enjoyed this book as it was something a bit different from the norm and I read all three books straight through The characters are good and the storyline is clever and interesting However, i could not bring myself to give it 5 stars for 2 reasons The first being the names of the houses that were just so confusing that I did not know if there were talking about a house or a thing half the time Whilst i appreciate the background to the current story, the constant flicking back to 40 y I really enjoyed this book as it was something a bit different from the norm and I read all three books straight through The characters are good and the storyline is clever and interesting However, i could not bring myself to give it 5 stars for 2 reasons The first being the names of the houses that were just so confusing that I did not know if there were talking about a house or a thing half the time Whilst i appreciate the background to the current story, the constant flicking back to 40 years ago was really frustrating for me This is because the story would progress and you would just be getting to an exciting bit only for it to flick to background This would have been much better to be released as a seperate trilogy prelude book in my opinion Overall, i enjoyed it and would recommend it as something slightly different from the other books available


  7. Tom Tom says:

    The Watcher of Dead Time concludes the Relic Guild trilogy the battle lines have been drawn and the Relic Guild are ready to die to defeat the threat of the Genii A solid trilogy that delves into the history of the character that affects their actions, the interconnectivity a beautiful web Visceral and imaginative the end is coming Who lives, who dies well I suppose you have to read and find out I devoured the audiobook read by the great Imogen Church.


  8. Keshnee Keshnee says:

    I am disappointed that so much was left unanswered As with the other books, there is an interesting story to be told but it only touches on bits and pieces at a time And in the end there arequestions than answers, yet the series is finished And because the boring bits outweigh the interesting bits, I doubt I would go back and listen to this series again to be able to get a better idea of what happened So yeah an average rating, you can find better as well worse than this


  9. Laura Laura says:

    I don t know why this only gets 3 stars from me I just found it really hard going and I got a little confused at times I would still recommend you read it because there were some great bits and I think my opinion on it is because of M.E induced brain fog


  10. Becky Becky says:

    I did enjoy this series but I really struggled with this last book


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The Watcher of Dead Time ❮Ebook❯ ➭ The Watcher of Dead Time ➮ Author Edward Cox – Thomashillier.co.uk Labrys Town, home to a million humans cut off from the rest of the universe, has been invaded Those who protected it have been deposedThe Relic Guild are scattered across the worlds of the Aelfir Many Labrys Town, of Dead eBook ´ home to a million humans cut off from the rest of the universe, has been invaded Those who protected it have been deposedThe Relic Guild are scattered across The Watcher PDF \ the worlds of the Aelfir Many of them are dead or dying The Genii control everything The war is almost overClara, a young woman barely able to control her werewolf side, Watcher of Dead Epub Ü has seen her friends and mentors killed in front of her She is the last hope for Labrys TownBut someone else is watchingThe dramatic conclusion to the award nominated fantasy trilogy which began with THE RELIC GUILD.