David Debord
The Gates of Iron
August 01, 2018 Comments.. 674
The Gates of Iron The Frostmarch has come Shanis Malan must unite her broken country and unlock the secret of the Silver Serpent With Galdora at war Larris must unravel a conspiracy that threatens his nation from the

  • Title: The Gates of Iron
  • Author: David Debord
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  • Page: 337
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  • The Frostmarch has come Shanis Malan must unite her broken country and unlock the secret of the Silver Serpent With Galdora at war, Larris must unravel a conspiracy that threatens his nation from the inside Oskar enters the order of saikurs, but does the secret to victory over the Ice King lie hidden behind the Gates of Iron Powerful forces collide and secrets are reveThe Frostmarch has come Shanis Malan must unite her broken country and unlock the secret of the Silver Serpent With Galdora at war, Larris must unravel a conspiracy that threatens his nation from the inside Oskar enters the order of saikurs, but does the secret to victory over the Ice King lie hidden behind the Gates of Iron Powerful forces collide and secrets are revealed in the thrilling conclusion to The Absent Gods

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    1 Blog on “The Gates of Iron

    1. Phillip Berrie says:

      It was good to visit with this ensemble of characters again and to get to see the end of the story that had been developing over the first two books. There was nothing I didn't see coming in the denouement, but then that's not what I'm necessarily looking for in this type of book.I was particularly pleased with this book because my favourite character was point-of-view character a lot of the time and ended up getting hooked up with a new character that I also liked.More like 3.5 stars, but defin [...]

    2. Nick Nielsen says:

      The final book in the series gets an additional star. I've enjoyed the improved writing since the first book and much fewer errors. The finale of the series is exciting and builds well upon the plots of the previous books. One piece that I very much enjoyed was the redemption of Lerryn, Larris' estranged brother. It is a great look at personal shortcomings and strengths, and how grievous errors can be righted. Shanis' character develops even further, and I love how she overcomes her own shortcom [...]

    3. Abdul says:

      I liked the action and surprises in the book.My younger sisters would love to read and know about the action in this book. I would want them to read this

    4. Jamey Goodyear says:

      The Gates of Iron is the third in the three part fantasy series The Absent Gods by David DeBord (aka David Wood). It is written for young adults, however everyone would enjoy the series.The group of 6 have gone separate directions. Khalyndryn gave her life for Shanis. Oskar has gone with a seeker to learn the ways of a saikur. Larris, Allyn, Hierm, and two others have gone to Archstone, Larris’ home. Shanis has stay with the clans to lead them. While Shanis is uniting the clans and leading the [...]

    5. Kim Power says:

      Terrific trilogyDebord has written a great story full of interesting characters and better still, strong, interesting women. It's a long time since I was so enthralled with a trilogy. Of course, like all good quest epics, the leads are teenagers, so sometimes one has to suspend disbelief that a fifteen year old, no matter how skilled at the sword, could defeat men with years of experience on her, but this is a small quibble. Characters face their flaws, grow, fail and some are redeemed. Although [...]

    6. Bill Tillman says:

      The farm girl who saved the world.I do not see how it was possible, but David actually finished th trilogy in spectacular fashion. How do you kill a God? You have to be a newly crowned of a nation that has been at war with itself for centuries. And that is as much as a spoiler as you will get from me. Get the book and get the series the first book should be free on .

    7. Bill Barnes says:

      Good storyI m not a young reader but, enjoyed the three books very much. Good editing and the characters became friends. Sorry to see the saga end but, it had to. Time now for a new story with different characters.

    8. Betsy65 says:

      A wholly satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. It was a long wait for this, but worth it.

    9. Robin Halvorson says:

      Sadly this is the last book in the series. I have really enjoyed this tale and wish there was more.

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