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The Broken World is the fourth instalment in the epic fantasy series by J D Oswald The Ballad of Sir Benfro preceded by Dreamwalker The Rose Cord and The Golden Cage The book sir The Llyfr Draconius You'll find what you need in there if you know how to lookThe war across the Twin Kingdoms rages onueen Beulah has killed one sister and ordered the assassination of another The Inuisitor Melyn journeys though the north lands of Llanwen Still good fun to read but I become increasingly concerned about the survival instinct of our heroes They do seem to be caught out in the same ways every time but never learn

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Ruction dragon against dragon king against ueen man against manAs the ancient spell that split Gwlad begins to unravel it may be easier for Benfro and Errol to travel to Gog's world now But what will happen when the barriers between the two worlds fail entirely? As unlikely alliances form and strategies shift who will emerge victorious?Parts of the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been used in this work The Broken Wor I really enjoyed the fourth book in the series and I'm immensely glad that I accidentally found a copy in the local bookshop It hasn't happened to me in a long long time that I find a long awaited book unexpectedly On the one hand it was a great feeling but on the other hand I would actually like information about the upcoming books I guess I have to be stealthier with book #5My nonspoilerish thoughts on the book can be found HERE Me Tawk Funny the ancient spell E.E. Cummings that split Gwlad begins Judgment Day to unravel it may be easier for Benfro and Errol Bumperhead to The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas travel The Women on the Island to Gog's world now But what will happen when Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques the barriers between How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal the Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (P.S.) two worlds fail entirely? As unlikely alliances form and strategies shift who will emerge victorious?Parts of Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been used in The Witchs Coven this work The Broken Wor I really enjoyed Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross the fourth book in Great Famine the series and I'm immensely glad The Color of Night that I accidentally found a copy in What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings the local bookshop It hasn't happened Pulse (Frank Quinn, to me in a long long Obsession time The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico that I find a long awaited book unexpectedly On Simply Napkins the one hand it was a great feeling but on The Unconscious Civilization the other hand I would actually like information about The Complete Tightwad Gazette the upcoming books I guess I have The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years to be stealthier with book #5My nonspoilerish الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية thoughts on Writing and Selling Magazine Articles the book can be found HERE

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Nog in a merciless bid to overthrow King Ballah Now in possession of Brynceri's ring his power seems indestructible Nothing can stop the invasionCaptured by the travelling circus Sir Benfro cannot shake their control powerful than Magog's malign influence Errol Ramsbottom left for dead follows the trail of his friend's captors only Benfro holds the key to Errol's beloved Martha's whereabouts But both sides are set on a path of dest Well that ended on another cliffhangerJames has created such an interesting world bringing in uniue ideas surrounding magic world building and of course DRAGONSThe story continues exactly where it left off and you can see that each characters story is slowly coming back together for one penultimate ending in the final bookI really liked what happened with Melyn I think his thirst for power and Magog tricking him into believing he was his God all those years was incredible Waiting for the coin to drop on the page only moments after it dropped for me was satisfyingI don’t fully understand what has happened to poor Errol and I would like to know how Clun has become some dragon killing monster horse taming studUltimately this is an excellent book in the Sir Benfro series and I will be reading book 5 immediately so I finish this series satisfied


10 thoughts on “The Broken World

  1. says:

    Still good fun to read but I become increasingly concerned about the survival instinct of our heroes They do seem to be caught out in the same ways every time but never learn


  2. says:

    A good read these books seem to take me longer to read than normal but I am enjoying them and am invested in the characters


  3. says:

    Having only recently started the Sir Benfro series I feel like I rapidly fell in love with this world and its characters and 'The Broken World' is no exception to that The fourth installment continues from where the third book 'The Golden Cage' left off following Sir Benfro and Errol as they desperately try to reunite but as per usual there are many hindrances and many difficulties along the way In this book I felt very emotionally overwhelmed by everything Sir Benfro went through and very much hope that the fifth and final book will not torment him so muchThe build up of the characters the progression of their stories and the unfolding of their secrets little by little kept me engaged throughout There was curiosity to know the true nature of Beulah's birth what Melyn's past contained and there is still the uestion of how Clun came to suddenly know how to wield such powerful magic Hopefully closure will be given in the final book but some of the secrets which were brought to light did satisfy me greatlyI do love how the legend of Magog and Gog has turned into truth and how it has driven the story and how both worlds came to be as they are Everything has been masterfully integrated and I thoroughly enjoyed 'The Broken World' Looking forward to the final installment


  4. says:

    Well that ended on another cliffhangerJames has created such an interesting world bringing in uniue ideas surrounding magic world building and of course DRAGONSThe story continues exactly where it left off and you can see that each characters story is slowly coming back together for one penultimate ending in the final bookI really liked what happened with Melyn I think his thirst for power and Magog tricking him into believing he was his God all those years was incredible Waiting for the coin to drop on the page only moments after it dropped for me was satisfyingI don’t fully understand what has happened to poor Errol and I would like to know how Clun has become some dragon killing monster horse taming studUltimately this is an excellent book in the Sir Benfro series and I will be reading book 5 immediately so I finish this series satisfied


  5. says:

    So many twists and turns Goddamn cliffhanger ending and I can’t wait to start the next and last book asap 😱


  6. says:

    I finished it Took me a while but it was a good book nonetheless Not as good as I hoped though I also found out that there is one book coming And now I don't want to wait haha There were so many adventures in this one I felt like I was following a lot storylines Which I liked because this way I knew what was going on everywhere Benfro his storyline is still my favorite Errol had a bit too much bad luck for my liking At one point I just wanted them to stop hitting him in the head it just happend once too often So I wouldn't mind if that would have been a little less I really want to find out where Errol is now seeing that that is still very much unknown Melyn is getting a bit over the top so someone should kill him or something because he's annoying Although I would like to find out about his history I'm so mean I'm sorryI read 4 books about this world now and I find that the history is so interesting I keep want to learn and about it So I hope there will be even information in the last book It was hard chosing between 3 or 4 stars but I decided on 3 because it wasn't as good as the second oneI'm sorry this review sucks but I'll promise I'll write a better one after I read the last book


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed the fourth book in the series and I'm immensely glad that I accidentally found a copy in the local bookshop It hasn't happened to me in a long long time that I find a long awaited book unexpectedly On the one hand it was a great feeling but on the other hand I would actually like information about the upcoming books I guess I have to be stealthier with book #5My nonspoilerish thoughts on the book can be found HERE


  8. says:

    oh wow that was amazing only I thought that this book was the last in the series and as I was rapidly running out of pages to read I wondered how it was all going to end so it wasn't the last book there is another one still to go and unfortunately it hasn't been written yet so I'm just going to have to wait to see how it all plays outI'm both pleased and disappointed at this pleased because I love the story and the characters disappointed as I an eager to know what happens


  9. says:

    I hope the last book in the series gives closure to the story and answers because I have soooooooooo many uestions


  10. says:

    I took uite a long break between the third and fourth book and initially regretted it but then as soon as I started reading the memory of the story started flooding back in and it felt like no break at all which I would mainly credit to the excellent characterisation in the series which continues in this bookOn other fronts it was mixed than the others The pacing varied a lot with some slow nearly tedious bits and then a massive chunk that would probably best be described as frantic The story following the various courts had Games of Throne vibes in the way the plot moved forward in leaps and bounds with very little lead up Given the length of the book I felt like evening out the pacing a bit before publishing it would have paid ofIn terms of the plot itself this instalment is where the big reveal comes together and again the execution is mixed The main twist had been a long time coming with the reader being let in on the secret in the third book ok it was heavily implied rather than actually stated There is nothing wrong with the reader knowing than the characters but for it to be used effectively there should have either been events that from which we can derive a new level of meaning adding to the twist or there should have been clues to the mysteries not yet revealed so that the reader could work on those instead Some of the latte happened but the characters at the end of book four are still behind on learning the twist which is a little frustratingStill with the writing and characterisation excellent throughout I definitely enjoyed it and look forward to reading the next one


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