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The Chalice of Malvron

Elisabeth Wheatley ↠ 5 Free download

Argetallams bring an arcane artifact into the war against the Brevians Janir stands with them despite her reservations Only when she meets Saoven and Karile two spies for the Brevians does it become clear her past holds secrets far

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Janir Caersynn Argetallam wakes in Adasha with little memory and no certainty of what is real The Argetallams around her claim to be family yet feel like strangers But with war approaching she fears uestioning her loyalties When the

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Dangerous than she imagined With invasion imminent and mere days to choose the time comes to take a side Faced with two versions of the truth she must either betray the family she has come to love or a homeland she can’t remember


About the Author: Elisabeth Wheatley

Elisabeth Wheatley is a fantasy author because warrior princess wasn’t an option She loves tea and asking uestions



3 thoughts on “The Chalice of Malvron

  1. says:

    Actual Rating 45 out of 5Read this review and many on my blogNope my love for the Argetallam Saga has not yet worn off I don’t believe it ever will thankfully It was a pleasure to finally read the third installment in this series after what felt like an agonizingly long waitThe world The Chalice of Malvron is as wonderful as ever with the readers getting a deeper glimpse into the home of the Argetallams The characters were great as well though I didn’t get to read about Saoven as much as I would have liked Oh well I suppose that is always how one feels about their favorite character Also the plot was well crafted and progressed at a steady paceWhen I say that the characters the world and the creativity of this series is strong I really do mean it It’s very strong which hindered me from feeling able to knock my rating down a full point or Why would I knock it down you ask?I had just one problem with this installment The writing was sloppy Now don’t get me wrong some parts were brilliant so brilliant and original that I legitimately had to set down my Kindle and say “dang” Still I came across multiple omitted words and entire clumsy sentences sometimes full paragraphs Wheatley has repeatedly shown herself to be a strong writer so this might’ve just been due to the fact that she’s working on multiple series and installments at onceOverall The Chalice of Malvron was a highly enjoyable tale with strong characters plot and world docked only half a point for some writing issues


  2. says:

    This third installment of the series brings a whole new layer to the world and characters that we've come to know and love With Janir now in Argetallam territory with no memory of her Brevian adopted father or her friends the Lord Argetallam attempts to assimilate Janir back into the royal familyThis novel was actually a little hard to read at times Not because it wasn't good it was It was just hard to read about Janirs struggles It made me so sad when Janir was lied to and manipulated by the people pretending to care about her The same people that hunted and tortured Janir are now sitting at a table eating dinner with her It was creepy to say the least Also the moment when a certain elf shows up and Janir doesn't remember him Can you hear that sound? It's my heart breaking sobbingJanir is one strong girl Like for real Honestly I don't think any of the previous books compare to how high the stakes were in this installment Janir is fighting to remember she can sense that something isn't uite right I did feel a little bit like I was watching a horror movie at times I wanted to yell out stop talking to Kenistrith she's a bat crap crazy loonMy favorite part of the book was when Saoven shows up His appearance makes the conflict within Janir even stronger in a good way He sparks something and I love that they have such a profound connection I want to say but I also don't want to give away any spoilers Lets just say their scenes together hit me right in the feelsWhile it's clear that some Argetallams are kind of pure evil cough Kenistrith cough not all Argetallams are inherently evil Janir is living proof of that I love the amount of time that Wheatley spends humanizing all her characters There is no simple evil Everybody has the capacity for great evil or great good In particular I enjoyed the character of Cyrulius much like Lucan we can see Cyrulius develop some doubts about the Argetallam agenda And in uite moments he can be uite compassionate and in others not so much Never the less I hope to see of him as the story progressesThe story actually opens with a prologue from Lucans point of view The person who at one point hated Janir than anyone This provides him with a uniue perspective and he like other Wheatley characters have a complexity and depth that go beyond their first appearanceI think it's pretty safe to say I'm hooked in this series This review was originally posted on runawaypencom


  3. says:

    The Chalice of Malvron by Elisabeth Wheatley3 starsWaking up after what she believes to be an accident Janir is confused when she has no memory of the past eight years Family and the people close to her seem to have her best interests at heart and appear to be hoping her memory returns After an attempt is made on her life her father decides to take Janir away with him to keep her safe but when she is told that all the information she has been given is lies she has to decide who to believe and come to terms with the fact that maybe her family don’t want what’s best for her but what is best for themThe Chalice of Malvron is book three in the Argetallam Saga and unfortunately I haven’t read the first two books in the series This left me feeling as confused as Janir and just as unsure about who to believe but I still found the story intriguing I began not to trust Kenistrith right from the start finding it a little odd that Janir was being kept apart from her brother Lucan was one thing that made me instantly suspicious I thought much of the plot was predictable as will many readers of the genreI found the writing sometimes annoying there were large sections that over used Janir’s name Janir did this Janir did that etc and it got to the point where I wanted to scream at the page for some variety I felt it could have been tighter and condensed some but it would still have had the same impact For followers of the series this is an exciting instalment but I suggest those readers who haven’t already should pick up the previous two books firstCopy supplied for review


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