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Help his friend go home.Just because Gavin's goal is simple, doesn't mean it's easy!His friend's home is Vushaar, the world's oldest monarchy and a land fractured by civil war.  Slaver parties roam the countryside at will, claiming any they desire for their vile trade, and a great army lays siege to the capital.Many question if Vushaar will survive, so what does that mean Help his friend go home.Just because Gavin's goal is simple, doesn't mean it's easy!His friend's home is Vushaar, the world's oldest monarchy and a land fractured by civil war.  Slaver parties roam the countryside at will, claiming any they desire for their vile trade, and a great army lays siege to the capital.Many question if Vushaar will survive, so what does that mean for Gavin and his friends?Ties of friendship from two directions compel Gavin to enter this war-torn land, but will he succeed in returning his friend home safe and sound? Read Now to find out!


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Help his friend go home.Just because Gavin's goal is simple, doesn't mean it's easy!His friend's home is Vushaar, the world's oldest monarchy and a land fractured by civil war.  Slaver parties roam the countryside at will, claiming any they desire for their vile trade, and a great army lays siege to the capital.Many question if Vushaar will survive, so what does that mean Help his friend go home.Just because Gavin's goal is simple, doesn't mean it's easy!His friend's home is Vushaar, the world's oldest monarchy and a land fractured by civil war.  Slaver parties roam the countryside at will, claiming any they desire for their vile trade, and a great army lays siege to the capital.Many question if Vushaar will survive, so what does that mean for Gavin and his friends?Ties of friendship from two directions compel Gavin to enter this war-torn land, but will he succeed in returning his friend home safe and sound? Read Now to find out!

30 review for Into Vushaar

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rob

    Histories of Drakmoor Book two gives us a much greater view of Gavin's character, showing his charm and charisma, and also his increasing control, power and absolute decisiveness to protect. We also see Kiri return to a familiar yet unfamiliar role, one which may go against the wishes of her heart. We are shown new allies, new adversaries, new dependants, and more of the other places and other races around Gavin's world. The apprentices have to think where their future paths may go; towards cari Histories of Drakmoor Book two gives us a much greater view of Gavin's character, showing his charm and charisma, and also his increasing control, power and absolute decisiveness to protect. We also see Kiri return to a familiar yet unfamiliar role, one which may go against the wishes of her heart. We are shown new allies, new adversaries, new dependants, and more of the other places and other races around Gavin's world. The apprentices have to think where their future paths may go; towards caring Gavin, away from ruthless, blood-soaked Kirloth? Meanwhile the antagonists we meet are yet only small fry, front row pawns with a secretive back row that has yet to make many visible moves. A solid continuation of the story, which still left me keen for what will come next. Very pleased to get the next book so quickly, and once again looking forward to the next slice.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paul Rothstein

    Reads like a story a toddler would tell you with better vocabulary Let me start a review with a SPOILER ALERT!!! You have been warned. So this book and the previous one in the series as stated feel like someone took a story a toddler told them and without changing much but the vocab made a story. What I mean by this analogy is the sort of story that goes "and then the hero had another bad guy but he beat him so more bad guys showed up and he beat them" sort of story telling a toddler might tell an Reads like a story a toddler would tell you with better vocabulary Let me start a review with a SPOILER ALERT!!! You have been warned. So this book and the previous one in the series as stated feel like someone took a story a toddler told them and without changing much but the vocab made a story. What I mean by this analogy is the sort of story that goes "and then the hero had another bad guy but he beat him so more bad guys showed up and he beat them" sort of story telling a toddler might tell and this book falls into that category of story telling. The protagonist has an issue created for him that he needs to solve without any foreshadowing and in the space of a couple of pages with out any real tension the problem is now solved and well let's give him more since he's so swell at solving problems pulled right out of someone's ass. Here are the SPOILERS. This is most apparent in the middle of the book when some people barely mentioned beforehand ( a hybrid species) loves the protagonist for reasons except for the bad ones who are on power, but 5 minutes after getting into tepid water with them, and already being assured of his safety (and the bad one trying to ignore that) the problem is solved and then he can solve an issue of theirs to be even more adored and the such. This lasts about 20 pages tops for the two problems get solved and then he has loyalty without a real sense of him having earned any of it. The moment that chapter ends get ready for more of the 'a new problem is created and will be solved within 5 pages or so and that's the whole book. You can give this series a miss unless you really want to kill time and have already watched everything on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon prime, YouTube, have read your Sunday morning comic strip, have played hopscotch for 5 hours and can't find anything better to do.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Frank Bertino

    Great Read Gavin is taking kiri back to her home in Vushaar. Along the way, he makes friends and enemies. Fortunately the friends are more powerful. On the way to the Capital, they find that members of her family are being threatened. Gavin unleashes his power and new friends to provide a permanent solution. Will he be able to protect Kiri and remove the magical slave brand from her shoulder? Will he be able to end the civil war? I like the action, humor, and tentative romance. I look forward to Great Read Gavin is taking kiri back to her home in Vushaar. Along the way, he makes friends and enemies. Fortunately the friends are more powerful. On the way to the Capital, they find that members of her family are being threatened. Gavin unleashes his power and new friends to provide a permanent solution. Will he be able to protect Kiri and remove the magical slave brand from her shoulder? Will he be able to end the civil war? I like the action, humor, and tentative romance. I look forward to the next book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bill Cooper

    Great Book I just discovered Mr Kern as an author. This book news the fifth of his books that I have read. I have thoroughly enjoyed all 4. Mr Kern writes the type of book that I like read: strong characters, a clear difference between good and evil, and good will triumph. There is too confusion and evil in our world today. Reading is a means to escape that world and Mr Kern 's does it well.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    A must read! After reading book 1 I immediately downloaded book 2. This is an incredibly captivating series! This should serve as a warning, if you start this incredible story, be prepared to lose days of time because you can't stop and out it down. Incredibly well written. As an author myself, I hope my own series hold readers like Mr. Kerns has held me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Allan Blair

    Really don't know how to write a good review. Found this story and the one before very engrossing, could hardly put it down. Just remember this is this is how I felt about it. I truly love all stories about magic.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Steven Jamieson

    Good Quick Read I really enjoyed this book and was very interested in the entire book, which may sound odd but what I mean is that there are no parts that did not have to be written. The book is well paced and exciting till the end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Great story Great story with interesting magic system continues. Good characters, and moral choices before them. Not just cookie cutter do gooder, but actual choices have to be made.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Writing style reminds me of something between Honor Raconteur and Loren K. Jones. It started off slow in the first book, then sucked me in for the remainder of the first and all of the second. Can't wait for the third book to be published. MOAR!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Clarence M Brown III

    Never Boring! While it's already difficult to do better than the first book, this one was very good.i was never bird, never tried to anticipate the outcomes of conflicts. I truly enjoyed this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    J West

    Good read Nice light series with like able characters. Feel good storyline started the series and read first 2 back to back. Wish more authors had a typo submission process. One more thing that made this book a good read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Crabtree

    Fascinating Characters and Storyline I've enjoyed the story and how the characters have grown since first book. Looking forward to book 3 and how upset some characters will be

  13. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    I just finished both books 1 & 2 today - a bit annoyed that book 3 is not yet out. I want more. I just finished both books 1 & 2 today - a bit annoyed that book 3 is not yet out. I want more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Gordon-Bercich

    Gavin and Kiri break my heart in this book. Devon is quickly becoming my favorite character. Kiri’s grandfather is an idiot! A lovable idiot, but an idiot nonetheless.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Grant Merrifield

    Great book What a great story ,I really appreciate the world building. Off to read the next book or books. Thank you.

  16. 5 out of 5

    JOHN BROWN

    Excellent I read all of Robert M Kerns in a week. I thought they were all well written and well thought out. Excellent writer of both Sci-fi and fantasy.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Phil

    Entertaining Not your typical sword & sorcery series. It makes for quick and enjoyable read. Will probably finish the entire series. Entertaining Not your typical sword & sorcery series. It makes for quick and enjoyable read. Will probably finish the entire series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Peter Cornell

    Pretty good read. Good follow up on the first in series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    The power of words Words can make or break a person in this world and in ours. The power to repair or destroy to build up or tear down

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Ford

    Great Great entry in the series, I am looking forward to the next book to see what happens with Gavin and Kerri.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Harrison

    Better than book one This had more action than book one. Going strait on to read book three. However still feel author sifi series is better

  22. 5 out of 5

    michael hooper

    Loved it The second book is even better than the first. I couldn't stop reading it once I started. I will definitely be getting book three.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Phillip

    Super book Loved this series, it's nice to read a book where the hero does what needs to be done to the bad guys

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dwight Parker

    Great series,

  25. 4 out of 5

    John Tyson

    Action Sometimes you think you know how a book is going to be and it flips itself in a way that make you say I didn't see that coming.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian Barriga Grez

  27. 5 out of 5

    Branden

  28. 5 out of 5

    James Anderson

  29. 5 out of 5

    James

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Miller

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