Mobility of Pawns (Heir of Scars I, Part Three)

Mobility of Pawns Heir of Scars I Part Three In three years Adria has come full circle and now she must face the changes that have occurred during her exile She returns for the sake of her brother Prince Hafgrim but it is for her father the

  • Title: Mobility of Pawns (Heir of Scars I, Part Three)
  • Author: Jacob Falling Vanessa Bettencourt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In three years Adria has come full circle, and now she must face the changes that have occurred during her exile She returns for the sake of her brother, Prince Hafgrim, but it is for her father, the king, she is now most concerned Are the rumors of his illness or worse, his death true Hawks and doves still war among the battlements of Windberth, Knights still drill wiIn three years Adria has come full circle, and now she must face the changes that have occurred during her exile She returns for the sake of her brother, Prince Hafgrim, but it is for her father, the king, she is now most concerned Are the rumors of his illness or worse, his death true Hawks and doves still war among the battlements of Windberth, Knights still drill within the citadel courtyard, but behind the walls of the keep itself, something dark awaits.Memories of Adria s life at Windberth stir, and the reason she left three years before is revealed But did she truly understand the reason herself Is Adria s life her own to live, or has it already been decided for her 24,000 words

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    1. Best One Yet! - 5 starsI actually have a lot to say about this piece but am having a hard time speaking my mind without spoilers. When I first cracked the spine on this one and saw the word "chess" I thought 'oh no, not another analogy on how chess mirrors life' not that I've seen this done a lot - only once or twice - but for one thing I don't like chess at all and, for another, I've never seen the chess analogy done well until now.More often than not chess analogies are written by either ard [...]

    2. I received this book from the author for an honest review.Another stellar novella that continues the story of Adria but this one the Author expands on her character as he takes us back to her early childhood before she runs away to join her Uncle and the Aesidhe. I usually dislike books where there are flashbacks but this book is done so incredibly well that this story in itself could be a stand alone book and still be a fantastic read. How the Author entwines Adria's story with a chess game as [...]

    3. The author fulfills his promise to present us with another amazing part from the series Heir of Scars, and he does it with a variety range of carefully built and sage female characters besides Adria. Although they are completely different from each other, they all defy the author to give them more than ordinary actions and thoughts or appearance in a single page or chapter. I sincerely hope to be able to read more from one or two of them in later books, although they’re not main characters at [...]

    4. Mobility of Pawns was a particularly fascinating read within this series, mainly because of how the game of chess is the base of the whole plot. Chess is used both as a way to explain the politics of the kingdom and as a medium to describe the relationship between Adria, her father and her uncle - and, of course, it provides the revelation (for Adria, anyway, even if not for the reader yet) of what is to come.This is also a section driven mostly by flashbacks, as we finally learn about Adria's f [...]

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