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Cimmerian clans under one banner and one army will Kern be able to rid the land of the Vanir once and for al. Where the first book was primarily about Kern s exile and journey his pack forming around him Cimmerian Rage gives the reader a wider view of Cimmeria and the peoplepolitics within it By now the reader is familiar with the members of Kern s pack and as the tale continues they start to grow on you This helps to build a good story where Coleman keeps the action moving from scene to scene in a continual flow Coleman does a wonderful job evolving characters and keeping both them and the world they inhabit believable We see a lot of character growth in the others and that is possibly the most interesting part of this novel Kern s own evolution though interesting and full of anticipation of what is to come feels a bit Mary Sue esk in their power level I am interested to see how Coleman takes things in the third novel and if Kern s evolution pans out in a natural way or if he simply becomes another Anita Blake type characterStill this novel has a lot of action and battles in it as well as politics that are anything but boring You want to see how things continue how the people grow and what will happen when the tale finally reaches its climax Coleman has done a wonderful job with this book and it s a perfect middle book for this series If you have started reading this series the second book will be a pleasant one for you I look forward to the third novel and recommend this series to anyone who enjoyed the classic Conan tales Burning Attraction rid the land of the Vanir once and for al. Where the first book was primarily about Kern s exile and journey his pack forming around him Cimmerian Rage gives the The Numbers Game reader a wider view of Cimmeria and the peoplepolitics within it By now the Tall man riding. reader is familiar with the members of Kern s pack and as the tale continues they start to grow on you This helps to build a good story where Coleman keeps the action moving from scene to scene in a continual flow Coleman does a wonderful job evolving characters and keeping both them and the world they inhabit believable We see a lot of character growth in the others and that is possibly the most interesting part of this novel Kern s own evolution though interesting and full of anticipation of what is to come feels a bit Mary Sue esk in their power level I am interested to see how Coleman takes things in the third novel and if Kern s evolution pans out in a natural way or if he simply becomes another Anita Blake type characterStill this novel has a lot of action and battles in it as well as politics that are anything but boring You want to see how things continue how the people grow and what will happen when the tale finally The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory reaches its climax Coleman has done a wonderful job with this book and it s a perfect middle book for this series If you have started The Big Golden Book of Poetry reading this series the second book will be a pleasant one for you I look forward to the third novel and

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Age of Conan Cimmerian Rage Legends of Kern Volume 2 Legends of Kern

The price for the Wolves' actions as the Vanir pillage and burn one village after anotherOnly by uniting the. I found this book difficult to read because of all the sentence fragments At least one out of three sentences are fragmented throughout this novel and the series While I understand that the use of a sentence fragment can be effective when used sparingly this author has written an entire trilogy comprised almost entirely of fragments Honestly it makes the author look as though he has no command of the English language at all His Cimmerians wear ponchos which seem wildly out of place for the culture and the author misidentifies the Shemites as a black race Twice in the trilogy he mentions the ebony skin of Belit a woman Robert E Howard described as having ivory skin The fragments really ruined the novel Also he can t even get the spelling of Conan s clan correct He continually calls Conan s clan Conarch but John Maddox Roberts established it as ConachJohn Maddox Roberts establishes Ben Morgh in the north east of Cimmeria and the valley of Conall but Coleman moves it to the north west Prior books establish the Black Mountains as the border between Cimmeria and Pictland and the source of the Black River but Coleman treats the range as the border of Cimmeria and Border Kingdom Coleman claims the Murrogh Clan have no interest in horses but the clan s creator John Maddox Roberts claims they cared enough about horses to start a feud with Conan s clan over them Virtually all the geography is at odds with prior materials because of the misplacement of Ben Morgh and the Black Mountains for example the Pass of Blood would go into Asgard not Vanaheim and much of the plot revolves around Vanir raiders Coleman seems confused about his own geography On page 62 of the third book he says the Black Mountains form the border with the Border Kingdom but later claims the Hoath Plateau and the Field of Chiefs lies EAST of those mountains placing them in the Border Kingdom pg 35 and 234 The Big Golden Book of Poetry read because of all the sentence fragments At least one out of three sentences are fragmented throughout this novel and the series While I understand that the use of a sentence fragment can be effective when used sparingly this author has written an entire trilogy comprised almost entirely of fragments Honestly it makes the author look as though he has no command of the English language at all His Cimmerians wear ponchos which seem wildly out of place for the culture and the author misidentifies the Shemites as a black Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, really Homewrecker range as the border of Cimmeria and Border Kingdom Coleman claims the Murrogh Clan have no interest in horses but the clan s creator John Maddox Roberts claims they cared enough about horses to start a feud with Conan s clan over them Virtually all the geography is at odds with prior materials because of the misplacement of Ben Morgh and the Black Mountains for example the Pass of Blood would go into Asgard not Vanaheim and much of the plot Make your own model forts & castles revolves around Vanir Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury raiders Coleman seems confused about his own geography On page 62 of the third book he says the Black Mountains form the border with the Border Kingdom but later claims the Hoath Plateau and the Field of Chiefs lies EAST of those mountains placing them in the Border Kingdom pg 35 and 234

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Kern Wolf Eye and his Men of the Wolves continue their war against the Vanir raiders But innocents are paying. This second volume of the Legend of Kern trilogy wasn t as entertaining as the first one but it might be worth it The first novel is definitely worth the read if you re into Conan the Cimmerian and play Age of Conan the MMORPG set in the Hyborian Age Conan s world The first novel introduces the reader to the land of Cimmeria Conan s homeland which in the original Robert E Howard stories is somewhat vague and ill defined Although Conan isn t a character in these novels he is mentioned as a kind of myth At the time of these novels Conan is the King of the most civilized nation Auilonia ie near the end of his legendary career as a soldier of fortune The first volume is how Kern a half Cimmerian is exiled from his village because he has Ymirish blood Despite this horrible treatment Kern ends up becoming a war leader rallying several Cimmerian tribes to fight against Grimnir Stormbringer The writing style is so so Coleman uses a lot of sentence fragments so the narrative is somewhat stilted The characters are interesting and you get involved in their fates One character dies I won t spoil it and I found myself actually moved Alas not much happens There are several skirmishes and fights You get to experience of the interesting milieu and culture of the Cimmerians But the overarching story from the first novel isn t moved forward in a meaningful way Still good genre fare


5 thoughts on “Age of Conan Cimmerian Rage Legends of Kern Volume 2 Legends of Kern

  1. says:

    This second volume of the Legend of Kern trilogy wasn't as entertaining as the first one but it might be worth it The first novel is definitely worth the read if you're into Conan the Cimmerian and play Age of Conan the MMORPG set in the Hyborian Age Conan's world The first novel introduces the reader to the land of Cimmeria Conan's homeland which in the original Robert E Howard stories is somewhat vague and ill defined

  2. says:

    I found this book difficult to read because of all the sentence fragments At least one out of three sentences are fragmented throughout this novel and the series While I understand that the use of a sentence fragment can be effective when used sparingly this author has written an entire trilogy comprised almost entirely

  3. says:

    Where the first book was primarily about Kern's exile and journey his pack forming around him Cimmerian Rage gi

  4. says:

    Second book in the series and as locked in on the further violent story of Kern and the Cimmerian tribe he leads The threat of the Vanir is still real and this book delves into the magic the sorcery behind the frozen Vanir and their machinations Still a great entry into the genreDanny

  5. says:

    Love the evolution of the character Kern Move over Conan

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