- Title: Hour of Need
- Author: Michael Pryor
- ISBN: 9781741663105
- Page: 494
- Format: Paperback
Aubrey Fitzwilliam, renegade and traitor Instead of clearing his name in Albion, Aubrey has chosen to pursue his enemy, Dr Mordecai Tremaine, deep into the heart of enemy territory What he uncovers in Dr Tremaine s stronghold promises to change the course of the war and the future of humanity itself A hideous combination of electrical science, golem manufacturing, andAubrey Fitzwilliam, renegade and traitor Instead of clearing his name in Albion, Aubrey has chosen to pursue his enemy, Dr Mordecai Tremaine, deep into the heart of enemy territory What he uncovers in Dr Tremaine s stronghold promises to change the course of the war and the future of humanity itself A hideous combination of electrical science, golem manufacturing, and soul shattering magic is bringing the world far closer to the edge of the abyss than anyone apart from Aubrey realizes Alone, reviled, and hunted, this is Aubrey s last chance to save the world for if he doesn t there might not be a world left to save.
Recent Comments "Hour of Need"
A very, very satisfying ending to a brilliant series. Entirely underrated.
Sepertinya sulit rasanya membaca buku fantasi tentang para penyihir tanpa membandingkannya dengan buku anak2 fenomenal berjudul Harry Potter. Pertanyaan pertama yang selalu terlintas di kepala gue saat menemukan novel2 baru mengenai sihir selalu; "Ah, apakah ini lebih bagus atau sebaik Harry Potter?"Hal yang serupa juga menjadi pertanyaan gue saat menemukan novel ini pertama kali. Apa kesimpulan gue?Sejujurnya gue lebih suka hexalogi The Laws of Magic ketimbang heptalogi Harry Potter. Serius. Ad [...]
Having traded everything for a chance to go after Dr. Tremaine, Aubrey has found little opportunity to exercise that ambition. The malevolent magician is just too well guarded, and a failed attempt means no opportunity for another. Striking out in related directions, he uncovers mystery after mystery, plot within plot, as the time draws ever nearer when Tremaine will use the war to further his own immortality.From assassination attempts to motorcycle chases to the trenches of the front line, thi [...]
Rating: 3.5/5As the horrors of war continue, Aubrey Fitwilliam grows more and more determined to do everything he can to put an end to it, even when it comes at the disgrace of his own name. He travels further into Holmland, accompanied by his ever-faithful and capable friends, George, Sophie and the redoubtable Caroline Hepworth. What they discover there and in the Gallian trenches makes Aubrey certain that stopping the machinations of the ruthless Dr Tremaine is the only way to end the war. Fo [...]
The last book of the series sees Aubrey chasing down Dr Mordecai Tremaine, ready to uncover his plans and bring an end to the war. Aubrey has risked his reputation: he's now the Traitor of Albion as well.Aubrey and an ever-increasing cast of allies and enemies must navigate a war-torn continent, trying to keep up with the evil sorceror and hopefully bring him down.I loved this. Once again, the best available adjective is charming, but this was also a credible action book. As a series, I especial [...]
Katharine is a judge for the Sara Douglass 'Book Series' Award. This entry is the personal opinion of Katharine herself, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel, the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team. I won't be recording my thoughts (if I choose to) here until after the AA are over.
Everything was a bit rushedI think it could have been broken into two more detailed books easily. Even so I enjoyed reading the conclusion of this series and watching all the characters realise that there are horrors in war and it's not all plucky adventures. There are some very cool steampunky battles and good resolutions.
I really really liked Book 2 of this series, and love most books by Michael Pryor, but for me the star says it all with this one - just one star for me. I am not sure why, but I could not get into the rhythm of this book.
I finished it!!!! I would say that this book is one of the best in the series- although time of trial was good as well. I really like this series because of the magic adventures and the mystery solving.
Great ending to a thriller book, that is well-written. Michael Pyror must have unimaginable imagination to think of such, magical things, and the complicity of casting spells. Great book, with a nice end, and an awesome series altogether.
WHY DID IT END, I NEED MORE ;__;
Last book in the series. I'm sad to see these characters go off into the sunset. I'm sure there's more adventures down the line.
So good. Love this series so much. Interesting and full of twists, plus the characters are amazing!
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