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For time out of mind, bloodthirsty demons have stalked the night, culling the human race to scattered remnants dependent on half-forgotten magics to protect them. Then two heroes arose - men as close as brothers, yet divided by bitter betrayal.
Arlen Bales became known as the Warded Man, tattooed head to toe with powerful magic symbols that enable him to fight demons in hand-to-hand combat-and emerge victorious. Jardir, armed with magically warded weapons, called himself the Deliverer, a figure prophesied to unite humanity and lead them to triumph in Sharak Ka - the final war against demonkind.
But in their efforts to bring the war to the demons, Arlen and Jardir have set something in motion that may prove the end of everything they hold dear - a Swarm. Now the war is at hand and humanity cannot hope to win it unless Arlen and Jardir, with the help of Arlen's wife, Renna, can bend a captured demon prince to their will and force the devious creature to lead them to the Core, where the Mother of Demons breeds an inexhaustible army.
Trusting their closest confidantes, Leesha, Inevera, Ragen, and Elissa, to rally the fractious people of the Free Cities and lead them against the Swarm, Arlen, Renna, and Jardir set out on a desperate quest into the darkest depths of evil - from which none of them expects to return alive.
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By JReed on 10-17-17
I've always been a defender of this book series...
I can't tell you how disappointed I was with the final book. It is called the core but only 20% of it is really about the core.
You can actually feel the point when Peter got the call from the publisher saying to hurry up. There is painful detail about all these side stories and then he just wraps them up with a few sentences after the big Core fight. He sets it up as if all these side stories were important but apparently got tired of writing or got that call I mentioned. I can only hope that he did it because he is going to do another book.
Big Spoiler Ahead!
Also, pretty much ever character survives except our hero? Again, setting up another book I hope.
Lastly, this series has had so many painfully long details throughout the series. So, why was the final big scene and wrap up rushed and seems like an after school special? I though they might all hold hands and sing Kumbaya in the last few paragraphs.
Just a rushed, poor ending to one of my favorite series of all time.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful
By Marshall H on 10-09-17
Unlike the other books from The Demon Cycle, The Core seemed a bit rushed. That took away from what the book could have been, and left something to be desired in the ending. The book starts well, but it's written differently towards the end, and there is just not as much action or description as one might have wanted, sort of ruining the series for me. I will give it a couple more reads, and reevaluate... However for now it's a big flop.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful