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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
New off You Tube and awesome. Raised my expectations for The Night of The Swarm even higher. Enjoy!
"A gorgeous trailer celebrating Robert V.S. Redick's epic fantasy series The Chathrand Voyage Quartet, which begins with The Red Wolf Conspiracy and ends with the forthcoming The Night of the Swarm. With interview footage of Redick discussing the themes, inspiration & grand conclusion of the four-book adventure."
Read Fantasy Book Critic’s Review of “The Red Wolf Conspiracy”
Read Fantasy Book Critic’s Review of “The Rats and the Ruling Sea”
Read Fantasy Book Critic’s Review of “The River of Shadows”
After the perfect ending for The River of Shadows, I wondered what will happen in The Night of the Swarm and if there will be any way the author can top that. Well, I still do not have the book to be able to tell, but the trailer is stunning and the author promises to blow us away in the finale. And of course if you have not read the earlier books, go get the first three installments as you will be in for a treat. I plan a reread of them too when I get a copy of The Night of the Swarm next week on the UK publication date!
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