A Cry of Honor

A Cry of Honor In A CRY OF HONOR Book in the Sorcerer s Ring Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland to battle for life and death

  • Title: A Cry of Honor
  • Author: Morgan Rice
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  • Page: 391
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  • In A CRY OF HONOR Book 4 in the Sorcerer s Ring , Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory deeper than ever before in the history of the Ring and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend oIn A CRY OF HONOR Book 4 in the Sorcerer s Ring , Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory deeper than ever before in the history of the Ring and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend off the attack and save King s Court Godfrey has been poisoned by his brother by a very rare and potent poison, and his fate lies in Gwendolyn s hands, as she does whatever she can to save her brother from death Gareth has fallen deeper into a state of paranoia and discontent, hiring his own tribe of savages as a personal fighting force and giving them Silver Hall ousting The Silver and causing a rift in King s Court that threatens to blow up into a civil war He also schemes to have the fierce Nevaruns take Gwendolyn away, selling her off in marriage without her consent Thor s friendships deepen, as they journey to new places, face unexpected monsters and fight side by side in unimaginable battle Thor journeys to his hometown and, in an epic confrontation with his father, he learns a great secret of his past, of who he is, who his mother is and of his destiny With the most advanced training he s ever received from Argon, he begins to tap powers he didn t know he had, becoming powerful each day As his relationship with Gwen deepens, he returns to King s Court in the hopes of proposing to her but it may already be too late.Andronicus, armed with an informer, leads his million man Empire army to once again attempt to breach the Canyon and crush the Ring And just as things seem like they can t get any worse at King s Court, the story ends with a shocking twist Will Godfrey survive Will Gareth be ousted Will King s Court split in two Will the Empire invade Will Gwendolyn end up with Thor And will Thor finally learn the secret of his destiny With its sophisticated world building and characterization, A CRY OF HONOR is an epic tale of friends and lovers, of rivals and suitors, of knights and dragons, of intrigues and political machinations, of coming of age, of broken hearts, of deception, ambition and betrayal It is a tale of honor and courage, of fate and destiny, of sorcery It is a fantasy that brings us into a world we will never forget, and which will appeal to all ages and genders At 85,000 words, it is the longest of all the books in the series

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    About " Morgan Rice "

  • Morgan Rice

    Morgan Rice is the 1 bestselling and USA Today bestselling author of the epic fantasy series THE SORCERER S RING, comprising seventeen books of the 1 bestselling series THE VAMPIRE JOURNALS, comprising twelve books of the 1 bestselling series THE SURVIVAL TRILOGY, a post apocalyptic thriller comprising three books of the epic fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS, comprising six books of the epic fantasy series OF CROWNS AND GLORY, comprising 8 books and of the new epic fantasy series A THRONE FOR SISTERS Morgan s books are available in audio and print editions, and translations are available in over 25 languages.Morgan loves to hear from you, so please feel free to visit morganricebooks to join the email list, receive a free book, receive free giveaways, download the free app, get the latest exclusive news, connect on Facebook and Twitter, and stay in touch

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  • THIS BOOK IS FREE ON KINDLE TODAY. 4-26-16So is the first one but not the second or third.


  • it's a good book and a good book series but it's so predictable so many scenes are the same and i just know these books could have been so much better for instance if someone almost dies and someone else helps them everything it's "i owe you one" and then they will reply with 1 of 3 phrases like "No you don't" or "were even" etc and this happens for so many things like the kissing scenes it's always they kiss for a very long time or something simplistic like that and they always say the exact sa [...]


  • ++SPOILERS++Yeah, now I understand the bad reviews. True fantasy lovers would not like this series. BUT! ROMANCE lovers will. That is, if you don't mind clean romance(no detailed sex). So this is why I am enjoying this series.I have always preferred a good story with romance more than a strictly romance driven one, so this series works well for me. Strict Fantasy readers would most likely NOT like this.There are too many illogical things going on that need to be overlooked in order to enjoy the [...]


  • mmmm just ok. The first 3 books are a fun read. By the forth I started wondering why I was continuing. Neither the Author or the main character of Thor seem to be evolving quickly enough for me. As mentioned in earlier reviews there is too much repetition and Thor pretty much comes off as an idiot. He has all of these unique powers, but only remembers them before his impending death which has happened about 10 times so far.other peculiarities/repetitions (spoilers): - Gwen seems to have a storag [...]


  • Again this book is a great continuation of the series. Can't wait to start the next. If you're of fan of medieval stories with Knights snd conquests you really need to read these.


  • I do enjoy this series but boy is it repetitive and slow going! 4 books in and finally something exciting is happening. If I have to read another sentence about how Thor finally feels like he belongs I will scream! Just some stuff is repeated too much and gets annoying. Bit more fast paced than the last book thankfully.Interesting to see how many books this story takes up. Hopefully we won't be waiting long for no 5.


  • In a clash of honor I feel like this book gets you the most excited for the next one because Andronicus the leader of the Empire attacks the ring because the Destiny Sword is stolen. I think this book gets you the most excited because you think can Thor get the destiny sword back before Andronicus and his million man army destroy the ring. I also feel in this book you start to realize how Thor is getting by taking on two hundred soldiers by him self.


  • I'm waiting for this series to go from just mildly annoying and bad to hilariously terrible. It's getting there, I think.


  • Well I was wrongis series just follows its steady decline to book #4 where all hell breaks loose. I am now convinced the writer is a complete idiot and the editor is just plain lazy. Aside from the glaring grammatical errors (which I would be willing to overlook) the timeline is so wrong its just sad. Examples: How can a kid on foot travel outside of the city and into a desolate part of the mountains in the space of an hour? Why does it only take the army one day to travel to a city that is a 3 [...]


  • Well, the books - if it is possible - are getting steadily worse. I really didn't think that was possible. Either characters are the epitamy of evil, or they are so incredibly stupid that I don't know how they live. I mean, this book is like a caricature of an evil empire but the problem is that the protagonist is a boy who is not very smart. Granted, he does brave things - but if he would just STOP for second and THINK it would have possibly have some redeeming qualities. i give up.i have so mu [...]


  • I read this book and had to get the other 16 in the series. I just could not put it down. Some days i read for 8 hours straight. What a great fantasy ride. So much is happening in these books but the author writes it so it is easy to follow, like several little stories happening in one book. The characters I found to visualize, like and or dislike quickly. Descriptions were intense and in depth enough to make me feel as I were there in the story as a character myself.If you like action, romance, [...]


  • Very poorly writtenI can't remember the last time I was frustrated with a writing style, but this is author definitely had me restarted for a few different reasons. But first I'll share the "pros" about these books and their author. He is extremely imaginative and has goog concepts for a good plot. The world is a very rich works he has crafted. It is filled with original creatures and sights.But after 4 books praying that the author develops his writing style, I am disappointed. You will notice [...]


  • I've come to realize that this series isn't and probably never will be the great epic fantasy that it appears to be at first glance. It's not very well written (it's not particularly badly written either) and the story is full of fantasy cliches. I have described this series as a Fantasy Epic Soap Opera to friends and family because that's what it feels like most of the time. The character's emotions are always over the top and every dramatic event that could possibly happen does in fact happen. [...]


  • In this fourth episode, our hero Thor returns from his training in a distant island, together with other members of his group. Upon his return, he found that the McClouds have started an attach into their side of the Ring and he joins forces with his friends to prevent them from reaching further into their territory. But he is ambushed and his group have to battle against the whole McClouds army. In the meantime, Gwendolyn is trying to save her brother Godfrey, that was poisoned. Gareth is despe [...]


  • In A CRY OF HONOR (Book #4 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death. The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory—deeper than ever before in the history of the Ring—and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend off the attack and save King’s Court. Not only did this book have to be edited after it was published, as did the others [...]


  • **SPOILER ALERT**My book reviews are written as a discussion of a book, and not as an advertisement. Please be aware that there may be information that some would consider spoilers. Continue on at your own risk!Writing these reviews are like closure when I finish reading a book. I leave the book on my Kindle until I publish my review. Sometimes it’s a nice reflection where I appreciate the story as a whole. And sometimes it’s something I want to rush through to forget the experience of readi [...]


  • I'm just glad the story at the backbone of this series is interesting. This book was riddled with inconsistencies and major editing errors. Once again it felt rushed. There are far better ways to go about describing scenes and building characters without being so repetitive, but then again a more skilled writer would know this already and have improved over time. This series reads like a beginner novelist i.e. something I would have produced during a college writing class or thrown together duri [...]


  • 5 STARS***** Totally Hooked on this Series!!!!! Can't wait to read next book!!!!Wonderful fantasy adventure of our young hero, Thor as he comes of age, not only as a man, but begins to come in to his own as a druid sorcerer. His romance with the princess Gwendolyn grows and they begin to have glimpses of their destiny in the world. Fierce battles, court intrigue, loyalty and honor punctuate this tale. Can the kingdom be saved from evil Gareth who has usurped the throne by the blood of his father [...]


  • Another part to the fantastic series about Thor, a commoner working his way up in the legion. He fought his way into the ranks and discovered along the way that he was not some ordinary youth but that he was half druid. His powers ebb and grow as he discovers more about himself. With his faithful leopard cub and his falcon he struggles to learn about his mysterious past and win the love of the princess, and survive the assassination plots.If you want to find out more you will have to read the bo [...]


  • I am hoping the writing gets better as the series progresses. In this book, once again, in a scene with Luanda, she calls the character Gwen. That happened in previous book too. I feel like the writer is not proofreading her own work.There is also something fundamentally juvenile in the storytelling. Not that I could do any better It is definitely hard to spin a yarn But I wish it had more. I don't know how to describe it More is the best I can come up with.But with all that being said the plot [...]


  • For the first three books, I provided a rating but no review. They were decent enough, and while I could reiterate the issues others have brought up, suffice it to say they are present but not distracting. This book, however, leaves much to be desired. Many of the characters are too over the top the point of being charicatures of themselves. Things happen way too easily for the bad guys and way too difficult for the good guys. This book was way too predictable for my tastes. My hope is that Rice [...]


  • I feel like the next book should be a drinking game. Every time something does not make sense take a drink except I usually listen to the audible version while driving. Nope not going to work.I would really like to know how these guys are carrying so many weapons. Thor usually has his sling, sword, throwing dagger, shield, spears, mace, bow/arrows, etc AND they're wearing full armor at all times how do they move? Those poor horses!On to book #5 because it was free and this is becoming entertaini [...]


  • One thing that bothers me is when a character is an idiot. I can understand it happening on occasion as character mature - but this one takes the cake.Thor (view spoiler)[ CAN LITERALLY USE HIS MIND TO CONTROL DRAGONS, THROW MAGIC BALLS, AND IS BASICALLY A GOD AMONG MEN. YET HE NEVER THINKS TO USE HIS POWERS. AND NO ONE ASKS HIM "YO THOR REMEMBER WHEN YOU SAVED MY LIFE WITH MAGIC? WHY DIDN'T YOU USE THAT TO SAVE US DURING A FREAKING AMBUSH?!?! (hide spoiler)]What was that kids name from the 3rd [...]


  • Thor is now a warrior who is respected by his fellow Legion members. He has earned it. He has now found love with Gwendolyn but he knows they are not safe as Gareth wants to kill all his siblings before they have a chance to knock him off the throne he does not deserve. Meanwhile the Ring has gone down and no one is safe from the marauding hordes.Fast moving with great characters. A fair bit of blood and guts if you are queasy.


  • This is the 4th book in the Sorcerer's Ring series. It is about this boy named Thor his friends, the Princess Gwen, The king, the MClouds and the Empire. Thor just got home from the hundred and now has to go and stop the MClouds from destroying the MCgils villages, but what he does not know is there is a traitor who may lead him to his death. So what will happen to Thor? Will he die or live?This book is a story of romance, treachery and courage.


  • Good story. Writing is a bit repetitive at times but overall a good read.The storyline is very interesting, it leaves you wanting more. However I find the writing a bit cheesy and repetitive throughout the series although this will not stop me from continuing to read through to the end.


  • These books are getting harder to read. The editing is so poor. I really like the story concept but the whole series is in need of a serious editor. Not sure if I will continue to the next book


  • It seems like author did not put even an ounce of thought before writing this book. Let me list out why I rated this just one star. 1. A king is murdered and an enquiry is ordered, but members of that are so stupid they fail to see the obvious clues! It is only the protagonists find it! 2. It is told that the empire is very bad, they attack everyplace and destroy it and won't leave anyone alive. If this was the case then nobody apart from empire should be alive, but that is not the case as autho [...]


  • finished this one too. The author still tells us too much in terms of inner thinking, but I expect that to be throughout the whole series. Its just the way this one is written. It doesn't deter me from the story being told, I just gloss over it now. I understand now though, how sometimes the best part of a story is the way the reader fills in the gaps with what wasn't said--the conclusions written you do as a reader yourself. Despite this flaw, the story is still one that is good. I still feel c [...]


  • Either the errors (spelling, grammar, etc) are getting fewer or I am overlooking them for the sake of the story. While other reviewers mention how predictable things are, I gasped in surprise at least twice and as far as I am concerned if a book can have the reader react/respond out loud then the author is doing something right. I root for the good guys/gals and I wish poor endings upon the villains that seem to increases as the series continues. In the end, caring about the characters is a sig [...]


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