Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Sword Chronicles: Child of the Empire by Michaelbrent Collings



From Goodreads

She is a Dog - one of the many children and teens across the empire of Ansborn who have been sentenced to fight in the arenas. There they fight in battle after battle until they die for the sport of the people of Ansborn - an empire built atop the peaks of five mountains.

But one day she picks up a knife... and everything changes.

She discovers she is a Greater Gift - one of a handful of magic users with powers so great they have only two choices: to join the Empire as one of its premier assassins, or die as a threat to the Empire itself.

She is no longer a Dog. Now, she is Sword. And she will soon realize that in this Empire, not all is what it seems. Good and evil collide, and she can never be sure whom to trust - not even herself.

She holds life in her hands for some. Brings death by her blade to others.

She is a killer.
She is a savior.

She is Sword.
 



Book info:
The Sword Chronicles (610 pp) – when a slave girl discovers she has some of the strongest magic in Ansborn, a thousand-year-empire situated on the tops of five mountains, she is recruited to be one of the Empire’s top assassins. She is now known as a Blessed One, with power not only over life and death, but the supreme power to take anything she wishes for any purposes she desires. But not all is as it seems in Ansborn, and soon she is cast into a struggle not just with the enemies of the Empire… she is unsure who those enemies even are. Or if she herself may be one of them.

About the Author


Michaelbrent Collings is a #1 bestselling novelist and screenwriter. He has written numerous bestsellers, including Darkbound, Apparition, The Haunted, The Loon, Rising Fears, and the bestselling YA fantasy series The Billy Saga, beginning with Billy: Messenger of Powers.

He hopes someday to develop superpowers, or, if that is out of the question, then at least to get a cool robot arm.

Michaelbrent has a wife and several kids, all of whom are much better looking than he is (though he admits that's a low bar to set), and also cooler than he is.

The Sword Chronicles is written by Michaelbrent Collings, an international bestseller and one of the top indie genre writers working today. He is also a screenwriter in Hollyweird, though he’s never “done lunch” or hired a waxer. 

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