Gods of Color (Color Guard, #1)

Gods of Color Color Guard A seer is murdered His cryptic prophecy with a promise of unlimited power falls into the hands of a vile sorcerer The Color Guard a naive group of young soldiers and magicians is burdened with sta

  • Title: Gods of Color (Color Guard, #1)
  • Author: C.H. Baum
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Gods of Color (Color Guard, #1)

    A seer is murdered His cryptic prophecy, with a promise of unlimited power, falls into the hands of a vile sorcerer The Color Guard, a naive group of young soldiers and magicians, is burdened with standing up against his insidious evil Some will face their fears Some will become heroes All will be scarred What Color are YOU

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      Published :2018-06-26T23:29:25+00:00

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    1. C.H. Baum

      I know rating my own book is taboo, but I just copied an actual review over from .Still tooting my own horn here.Gods of Color: Book OneAn excellent fantasy bookByCatfishon June 21, 2017Another awesome read for someone who is into book series like Game of Thrones or The Witcher.If you like blood, gore, magic, and sex in a fantasy setting, this is a good book for you.Waiting tirelessly for the author to release a sequel.

    2. Esmerelda Weatherwax

      3.5, a nice debut that's on the darker side of things with a nicely built magic system. longer review to come.----------------------------------------------------This was part of Fantasy Book Critic’s grouping and has since been eliminated, their mini review – “C. H. Baum’s debut effort was a nice mix of dark and epic fantasy and to top it off there was an interesting magic system which reminded me a lot of the one in Brandon Sanderson’s Warbreaker. The book’s pace also helped in thi [...]

    3. Esmerelda Weatherwax

      This was part of Fantasy Book Critic’s grouping and has since been eliminated, their mini review – “C. H. Baum’s debut effort was a nice mix of dark and epic fantasy and to top it off there was an interesting magic system which reminded me a lot of the one in Brandon Sanderson’s Warbreaker. The book’s pace also helped in this read and it was a dark and strong effort. “---------------Plot:A brief prologue in the book starts with the assassination of one of the only two Seer’s in t [...]

    4. Steve Caldwell

      With the trend right now toward Prose Grimdark, led by writers like Joe Abercrombie, Mark Lawrence and George RR Martin, this is a nice change of pace. It is a much more in your face, meat and potatoes kind of Grimdark, more like a knife to the kidneys than a speech and a battle death.In a world of warriors and magic, Tensions are running high. In the land of Fast, a City-State, Klex, an assassin working for the evil mage Paegus, assassinates Fast's Yellow Seer just after he prophesies that Blue [...]

    5. K.A. Shaw

      This book is gory and the genre is not what I typically read but I really enjoyed it. It's an easy read and I was able to complete it in two days. The prologue is very well done and makes you completely interested in the story. The book has a Hunger Games, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter feel. The author has extensive knowledge about war tactics and maneuvers. Chapter 21 was my favorite chapter and reminded me of the Art of War. I especially love that the book has a cliffhanger ending. Great str [...]

    6. Mihir

      C. H. Baum’s debut effort was a nice mix of dark and epic fantasy and to top it off there was an interesting magic system which reminded me a lot of the one in Brandon Sanderson’s Warbreaker. The book’s pace also helped in this read and it was a dark and strong effort.

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