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History Family and Memory these are the seeds of destructionBloodsounder's Arc continues as Captain Braylar Killcoin and his retinue continue to sow chaos amongst the political elite of Alespell Braylar is still poisoned by the memories of those slain by his unholy flail Bloodsounder and attempts to counter this sickness have proven ineffectualThe Syldoonian Emperor Cynead has solidified his power base in unprecedented ways and demands loyalty from all operatives Braylar and compa. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths When I finished Veil of the Deserters I declared loudly on Goodreads Damn that was good going on to describe it as one of the best fan Imagine Me of destructionBloodsounder's Arc continues as Captain Braylar Killcoin and his retinue continue to sow chaos amongst the political elite Beyond Temptation of Alespell Braylar is still poisoned by the memories Past Due Debt Collection of those slain by his unholy flail Bloodsounder and attempts to counter this sickness have proven ineffectualThe Syldoonian Emperor Cynead has solidified his power base in unprecedented ways and demands loyalty from all Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt operatives Braylar and compa. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths When I finished Veil The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline of the Deserters I declared loudly The Accidental Activist on to describe it as Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions one Brenda has a dragon in her blood of the best fan

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Ny are recalled to the capital to swear fealty Braylar must decide if he can trust his sister Soffjian with the secret that is killing him She has powerful memory magics that might be able to save him from Bloodsounder’s effects but she has political allegiances that are not his own Arki and others in the company try to get Soffjian and Braylar to trust one another but politics in the capital prove to be far complicated and dangerous than even Killcoin could predictDeposed emper. Veil of the Deserters is book 2 of the Bloodsounder s series If you haven t read book 1 get it so you can immediately read this book right after If you ve read book 1 imme

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Or Thumarr plots to remove the repressive Cynead and Braylar and his sister Soffjian lie at the heart of his plans The distance between favored shadow agent of the emperor and exiled traitor is an unsurprisingly short road But it is a road filled with blind twists and unexpected turns Before the journey is over Arki will chronicle the true intentions of Emperor Cynead and Soffjian And old enemies in Alespell may prove to be surprising allies in a conflict no one could have foresee. Veil of the Deserters is everything I was looking for in the highly anticipated follow up to Scourge of the Betrayer What Jeff Salyards has crafted here is a rare seuel that

  • Hardcover
  • 464
  • Veil of the Deserters
  • Jeff Salyards
  • English
  • 09 September 2019
  • 9781597804905

About the Author: Jeff Salyards

Night Shade Books in May 2012 It’s the first installment in a series called Bloodsounder’s Arc I'm so excited I'm beginning to annoy myself I am represented by



10 thoughts on “Veil of the Deserters

  1. says:

    No sign of the infamous second book syndrome here Veil of the Deserters is a great seuel that managed to improve upon almost every foundation laid in its predecessorThe story picked up immediately after the end of the first book and there is no time gap whatsoever here The book starts as if it was a simple chapter transi

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    After two Jeff Salyards books I think I can safely say what characterizes them isi detailed accounts of small scale melee conflicts ranging from 5 50 combatants Note there are no superheroes in Salyards' world Even the best fighter will be sorely tested by two decent opponents which is probably realisticii Rather wordy and elaborate dialogue primarily driven by Captain Braylar Killcoin's inputiii Traveliv The rather standoffish observation

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    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths When I finished Veil of the Deserters I declared loudly on Goodreads Damn that was good going on to describe it as “ one of the best fantasy novels I've read in a uite a whil

  4. says:

    5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Interview with the author ’m what you would call a book juggler meaning at any given time you’ll find me with multiple books in my currently reading list From the moment I started Veil of the Deserters though I ignored everything else on my plate reading nothing but this book until I finished all 500ish pages of it in two and a half days It was the only thing I wanted to readAs a se

  5. says:

    Veil of the Deserters is book #2 of the Bloodsounder's series If you haven't read book #1 get it so you can immediately read this book right after If you've read book #1 immediately get this book as the story arc explodes and shines here There is little to no gap between books 1 and 2 Book 1 was a promise this s

  6. says:

    Veil of the Deserters is one of those seuels I've been dying to get my hands on Salyards created this captivating world through the eyes of his protagonist Arkamandos Arki and then made us wait two years to see Not only that Scourge of the Bet

  7. says:

    Read about the end of January beginning of February another better late then never reviewRating 45 awww hell 5 stars Bloodshed comes whether s

  8. says:

    Veil of the Deserters is everything I was looking for in the highly anticipated follow up to Scourge of the Betrayer What Je

  9. says:

    Even better than the first one We get up close and personal with Memoridon witches and learn how their magic works Another layer of mystery added to Godsveil and I predict we will get to see what’s behind it in the last book Impressive city of Sunwrack from within Syldoon towers manumision and how ‘Black Noose’ structure works – ex

  10. says:

    AN OPEN LETTER TO MR JEFF SALYARDSAUTHOR OF 'VEIL OF THE DESERTERS'3 July 2014Dear Mr SalyardsI am constrained to write to you because I can no longer countenance your behavior which has decidedly placed me in considerable danger While I normally espouse the principle 'if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all' the gravity of the situation obliges me to register my protest no matter how

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