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[Epub] The Sons of Macha (Shadowmagic, #3) By John Lenahan – Nature-explore.eu

The Sons of Macha (Shadowmagic, #3) Reading The Sons Of Macha Shadowmagic, 3 By John Lenahan Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk A Lord Of The Rings For The 21st Century Only A Lot Shorter And Funnier And Completely Different.The Thrilling Final Part Of The Shadowmagic Trilogy.

[Epub] The Sons of Macha (Shadowmagic, #3)  By John Lenahan – Nature-explore.eu
  • Paperback
  • 328 pages
  • The Sons of Macha (Shadowmagic, #3)
  • John Lenahan
  • English
  • 05 January 2018
  • 0007456743

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] The Sons of Macha (Shadowmagic, #3) By John Lenahan – Nature-explore.eu


  1. says:

    A great ending to the Shadowmagic Trilogy Great series by Garth Nix Can t recommend highly enough, especially to younger readers Would also recommend the free podcasts too.


  2. says:

    A great conclusion to an outstanding series


  3. says:

    A fantastic finish to a great series If you re looking for a good epic fantasy without all the dreary questing and self loathing, check this out.


  4. says:

    The finale of the Shadowmagic series does not disappoint It was totally Fergalitious Thank you, John, for writing such a wonderful trilogy.


  5. says:

    Another excellent read, and another book you just had to keep reading Well worth reading all three in the trilogy Will be keeping my eye open for other books by this author.


  6. says:

    This series has been one of my reading highlights It inspires, creates, and provides a unique view to fantasy lit Thank you Mr Lenahan


  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the first two books in this series on Podiobooks.com, so as soon as I knew this was coming out I preordered it fromI was very glad I did.If you haven t read Shadowmagic, you should start there, because the three books form one continuous story This one would benefit from a bit of a Who are these people and why are they fighting refresher at the start, although to the credit of the author I quickly remembered who everyone was As I was reading throug I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the first two books in this series on Podiobooks.com, so as soon as I knew this was coming out I preordered it fromI was very glad I did.If you haven t read Shadowmagic, you should start there, because the three books form one continuous story This one would benefit from a bit of a Who are these people and why are they fighting refresher at the start, although to the credit of the author I quickly remembered who everyone was As I was reading through, I was thinking that the punctuation was a little rough, and I found at least one homonym error recanting where he means recounting For an indie book, the editing is good For a small press book, average Imagine my surprise, then, when I reached the end and found it was published by Harper Collins.If you imagined very much surprise, dial it back, because Harper Collins has by far the worst editing of any major publishing house This is at le...


  8. says:

    I thought The Sons of Macha was a strong finish to the Shadowmagic series However, reading this one on Kindle after listening to the first two books as podcasts, I did miss hearing the energy and humor that author John Lenahan brought to reading his story In this final book, Conor, his family and friends must protect the magical Irish fantasy land of Tir Na Nog once again from his wicked uncle Cialtie, who is hell bent on fulfilling an old prophecy that he will once again be Lord of Castle Dui I thought The Sons of Macha was a strong finish to the Shadowmagic series However, reading this one on Kindle after listening to the first two books as podcasts, I did miss hearing the energy and humor that author John Lenahan brought to reading his story In this final book, Conor, his family and friends must protect the magical Irish fantasy land of Tir Na Nog once again from his wicked uncle Cialtie, who is hell bent on ful...


  9. says:

    Oops Connor has finally accepted that the real world isn t for him Not much a of a choice really TV or live forever Eh, who needs sitcoms anyway Just onetrip to the real world to help his friend Brendan retrieve his mom and daughter Unless of course, the FBI is waiting to nab him Oops.Escaping back to Tir na nog, Connor comes face to face with his sadistic uncle All the pieces are in place for the final battle between brothers The armies of the Fairies, Imps, and Leprechauns agains Oops Connor has finally accepted that the real world isn t for him Not much a of a choice really TV or live forever Eh, who needs sitcoms anyway Just onetrip to the real world to help his friend Brendan retrieve ...


  10. says:

    I have really enjoyed all the books in this series I must admit to expecting a littleof the final book and would have preferred a little less flippancy and a bitseriousness The funny quips were getting less funny and a little bit irritating and the baddies had a cliched Scooby Doo feel to them The world created is well drawn and I enjoyed the part the trees played and the many varied characters that I came to care about The magic is quite subtle for a fantasy which I really lik I have really enjoyed all the books in this series I must admit to expecting a littleof the final book and would have preferred a little less flippancy ...

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