Will Maximillian the Vaguely Disreputable give magic to the masses Will the Creeping Sword find out who he really is Will the warring factions of the gods come to their senses before all is lost Mayer Alan Brenner masterfully pulls all the loose ends together in this fireworks loaded finale, fourth in The Dance of Gods series


10 thoughts on “Spell of Apocalypse

  1. Dantegideon Dantegideon says:

    OK, so the first two books are kind of fun and the last two are grimdark This is my least favourite thing to happen with a series Up yours, grimdark


  2. Amx Alamin Amx Alamin says:

    Excelent Story


  3. Jsnows Jsnows says:

    And so these intertwined tales of intrigue and social upheaval come to and end with a surge of action and the proverbial BANG Poetic license aside, I must say that these 2 last books of Dance of the Gods really picked up the pace and kept me glued to them wanting to find out how events developed This last book did a great job of tying up all the loose ends, at least all the major ones as Jurtan Mont s musical ability was never really explained and I was rather curious about it.All in all I enjo And so these intertwined tales of intrigue and social upheaval come to and end with a surge of action and the proverbial BANG Poetic license aside, I must say that these 2 last books of Dance of the Gods really picked up the pace and kept me glued to them wanting to find out how events developed This last book did a great job of tying up all the loose ends, at least all the major ones as Jurtan Mont s musical ability was never really explained and I was rather curious about it.All in all I enjoyed reading the series a lot and, with it s rather different approach to magic, unpredictable plot turns and colourful characters, can t help wondering why it seems to have failed commercially


  4. Dan Dan says:

    Would you like to know the deep, dark secret of this series The secret is, all the magic is actually run by nanobots which read the user s intentions and then reshape the world accordingly.Except that really doesn t make any sense, y know All that stuff they went through, about gods and coupling and energy conversion and the second quantum level and the constant need for energy Since when do you need nanobots to access the second quantum level


  5. Linda Linda says:

    This is the last book of a delightful tongue in cheek sword and sorcery series The plotting is intricate, the writing is intelligent and amusing, and the characters are varied and each unique.I felt like at the ending some of the multiple storylines could have better resolved, so I take off 1 star for that, but overall, it was worth the trouble to request these from library storage vaults.


  6. Dan Dan says:

    Incredibly disappointing last installment The last quarter of the book is one unsatisfying anti climax after another While the world changing cataclysm itself is not disappointing, everything just falls flat afterward.


  7. Johnny Johnny says:

    The last of the Mayer Alan Brenner books They were on feedbooks.com and I had to download them to read on the kindle I read them years ago and thought they were ok Now that I m a bit older and wiser, they are still just ok Guess I was pretty smart all those years ago.


  8. Michael Mcdougall Michael Mcdougall says:

    Solid, slightly tongue in cheek fantasy adventure.