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Spelltrigger ➥ [Epub] ➟ Spelltrigger By Sam Sykes ➯ – Thomashillier.co.uk A young thief is being interrogated by her captors about a heist every answer she gives is half truth and half lie Every answer she gives leads to a flashback, revealing filled with tremendous action A young thief is being interrogated by her captors about a heist every answer she gives is half truth and half lie Every answer she gives leads to a flashback, revealing filled with tremendous action to the reader Written in a very accessible and engaging style, this is a story packed with attitude, a brilliant first person POV, and a clever narrative structureSykes has also created one of the most satisfying and original magical systems to match the story, and these elements come together in a very solid and satisfying way to create and innovative and eye catching read Full of energy, this is a positive and fun fantasy tale for the post grimdark generation of readers.


About the Author: Sam Sykes

Sam Sykes is the author of Tome Of The Undergates, a vast and sprawling story of adventure, demons, madness and carnage Suspected by many to be at least tangentially related to most causes of human suffering, Sam Sykes is also a force to be reckoned with beyond literatureAt , Sykes is one of the younger authors to have arrived on the stage of literary fantasy Tome Of The Undergates is his first book, published in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Holland, and Canada He currently resides in the United States and is probably watching you read this right now.



10 thoughts on “Spelltrigger

  1. juan martin gallego juan martin gallego says:

    Breathless rthym Great fun Outstanding charactersI will be brief You better have caught up with your cardio work Sam Sykes forces upon the reader a neck breaking pace with this story At time I found myself metaphorically holding the rail while catching my breath trying to tell Sam to give me a break He gave none and I had to endure It was a great fun with a nice twist to an old trope revenge He introduces an interesting world where different pieces are thrown and you can just sit down Breathless rthym Great fun Outstanding charactersI will be brief You better have caught up with your cardio work Sam Sykes forces upon the reader a neck breaking pace with this story At time I found myself metaphorically holding the rail while catching my breath trying to tell Sam to give me a break He gave none and I had to endure It was a great fun with a nice twist to an old trope revenge He introduces an interesting world where different pieces are thrown and you can just sit down if Sam let s you and grab some pop corn to witness the chaos and fun that follows Great dialogues and long etcetera I promised it would be short Go get and read it You will enjoy


  2. john john says:

    If you re going to read a fantasy book this year then read this one.I ve been reading fantasy books since I was 10 and over the last 30 years I ve read thousands Some are mediocre, some are good and then occasionally you find a book and a character that just blows you away This is one of those books and Sal the Cacophony, the main character in this book is now in my top 10, along with the likes of Druss the Legend and Waylander by Gemmel, Pug the magician by Feist, Whiskyjack and Anomander Rak If you re going to read a fantasy book this year then read this one.I ve been reading fantasy books since I was 10 and over the last 30 years I ve read thousands Some are mediocre, some are good and then occasionally you find a book and a character that just blows you away This is one of those books and Sal the Cacophony, the main character in this book is now in my top 10, along with the likes of Druss the Legend and Waylander by Gemmel, Pug the magician by Feist, Whiskyjack and Anomander Rake by Erickson Im reluctant to say anything about the story because I don t want to spoil the book, all I can say is I laughed, I cried, I was annoyed, I was shocked, I was disappointed, I was heartbroken but I couldn t help but fall in love with Sal the Cacophony


  3. Beth Younge Beth Younge says:

    I liked the opening portion of this novel and found the premise really interesting but my interest waned the further i got into the book The characters whilst interesting on the surface did not seem very layered when compared to similar fantasy books I had such high hopes as i ve read so many great fantasy books in recent months but this just wasn t for me.I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


  4. Dean Westcott Dean Westcott says:

    A ripping good yarnOne of my favourite books for 2019 Hard to put down, full of action, angst, a smelly bird and a sword called Jeff The characters grow within themselves, grew on me and developed in complexity as the story went on Superbly written, plot has believable twists and been a while since I had to read so carefully ensure I was getting all the nuances Can t recommend highly enough.


  5. David Platt David Platt says:

    Packet and punchy tip work I liked previous books by Sam Sykes but felt in both previous trilogies that the story became a little hard to follow as it grew larger and climaxed still fun but a little rough Well here he polishes that to perfection, great action scenes, great pace to the story, great characters Loved every minute of it.


  6. Lily-Rose Lily-Rose says:

    DNFwill pick this up again later


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