The Wielder: Death Curse (part one)

The Wielder Death Curse part one Now with revenge handed out against Maldgorath the Collector Arthur MacInerny has pulled himself out of the game of being one of Earth s protectors He s enjoying life and the most intimate talents of

  • Title: The Wielder: Death Curse (part one)
  • Author: David Gosnell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Now with revenge handed out against Maldgorath the Collector, Arthur MacInerny has pulled himself out of the game of being one of Earth s protectors He s enjoying life and the most intimate talents of one particular succubus Arthur doesn t have a care at all That is, until he realizes he didn t beat Maldgorath s death curse A curse that could potentially change him iNow with revenge handed out against Maldgorath the Collector, Arthur MacInerny has pulled himself out of the game of being one of Earth s protectors He s enjoying life and the most intimate talents of one particular succubus Arthur doesn t have a care at all That is, until he realizes he didn t beat Maldgorath s death curse A curse that could potentially change him into some kind of unspeakable monster A curse that is subverting his very nature Events plunge Arthur back into service as one of Earth s protectors Both with The Protectorate and as a double agent working with the hunted Dzemond, Ahtsag Znuul Unfortunately, the Dzemond found a way around the life for life lock to Earth s realm They re coming and potentially in great numbers Mankind is not quite ready fight back that kind of invasion or those kind of heartless conquerors This novel is part one of the Death Curse storyline and third in the series.

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    • Jim Kratzok says:

      Things are definitely moving along in this series. Arthur has been infected with a curse by Maldgorath. His behavior is becoming erratic and you don't want to piss him off. The activity in the series is getting to be a bit more r-rated which is fine with me, but others may not agree. Oh well, too bad for them. In some reviews I've read, others have complained about Arthur's behavior, but I'm willing to see where the story line goes. It would be nice to see him be less of a chump and a bit more h [...]

    • Gage says:

      The story just seems like filler and the main character is indecisive, easily lead with suggestion, and all around doesn't seem to have a back bone. From previous books to this one I've come to the conclusion that he may be mentally handicapped. Most of the side characters seem to have more depth than he does. Then there's the ending which just pisses me off. But despite all that I like the story itself. For that reason and that reason alone I'll read the next book, after that if there are more, [...]

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