The Scourge of Jericho

The Scourge of Jericho It s and the forces of darkness are spreading across Europe Dreaming of wielding a blade in epic battles like the father he never knew sixteen year old Jakob von Drachenfels falsifies a letter

  • Title: The Scourge of Jericho
  • Author: Stuart Daly
  • ISBN: 9781742750521
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1666, and the forces of darkness are spreading across Europe Dreaming of wielding a blade in epic battles like the father he never knew, sixteen year old Jakob von Drachenfels falsifies a letter of introduction to join the Hexenj ger an elite military order of witch hunters He soon learns a lesson in the dangers of ambition when he finds himself selected for a teaIt s 1666, and the forces of darkness are spreading across Europe Dreaming of wielding a blade in epic battles like the father he never knew, sixteen year old Jakob von Drachenfels falsifies a letter of introduction to join the Hexenj ger an elite military order of witch hunters He soon learns a lesson in the dangers of ambition when he finds himself selected for a team sent to recover a biblical relic from a witch infested castle But when the team is betrayed from within, what was already a difficult mission turns into a desperate struggle for survival.Epic battles, impossible quests, enemies on all sides, witch hunting and demon slaying Strap on your swords for one hell of a ride.

    One thought on “The Scourge of Jericho”

    1. It was OK. I'd give it more of a 3.5, but alas, I don't have that option. OverallI was expecting more, having picked this up from the YA section, and I was a little disappointed, and I think this is more aimed at the lower spectrum of the YA range. Or maybe, I just didn't like it as I thought it would. Seeing as this is fresh from my mind as I just finished this 15 mins ago, I'll try and write as much as I can fathom, as I'm still processing this book. First ImpressionI probably should have star [...]

    2. There were things about this book that annoyed me. For a start, I found the plot to be fairly predictable. It was pretty much fight one enemy, defeat it and then another pops up and repeat the process. I think I would have liked the story better if there was only one, or prehaps two, enemies that they faced. Also, I think one betrayal was probably enough, too. I also felt like things were created just to give them one more enemy, because an organisation was mentioned just as they started to atta [...]

    3. surprisingly enough I REALLY enjoyed this book, I imagine it's directed for young teens but they'd have to be pretty into their reading cause the writing was quiet advance, so it worked out well for me, I didn't usually feel like I was reading a book for younger people.loved how this 'world' is set out, with its brutal witches and demons. im very much looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

    4. I thought that this book was exceptional. This book is set in the times when gunpowder was just invented meaning new weaponry was invented. This book had me hooked onto it as soon I started with twists and betrayals at every corner kept me continuing to read. I recommend this book to anyone that likes action, fighting and fantasy.

    5. The book was very descriptive. It kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. Twists and turns. I LOVED IT!!!

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