Commanded by Johan Jokellsward, The Brotherhood of the Eagle has united the vying factions of the Reavesburg Clan as they struggle to defeat their enemies, led by the monstrous King Adalrikr Kinslayer. However, as Adalrikr gathers his dark magical forces and retreats to his fortress, Johan’s advisor Rothgar realises their task is impossible without outside aid. With the fate of the Brotherhood hanging in the balance, Rothgar embarks on a perilous quest, journeying into the lands of legend in a desperate attempt to even the odds stacked against them.
Elsewhere, events begin to move in Norlhast where Rothgar’s sister, Nuna, leads a plot to overthrow their Vorund occupiers. Using her influential position as the Lady of Norlhast Keep, she walks a fine and dangerous line, appearing to collaborate with Adalrikr’s henchmen whilst secretly working to free her adopted homeland.
Can Johan, Rothgar and Nuna turn the tide against Adalrikr, or will this struggle be the one that finally breaks the Brotherhood?
Wow, what an absolutely fantastic adventure with these incredible characters in a good vs. evil thriller. Lost Gods is the third instalment of the Brotherhood of the Eagle series by Tim Hardie, whose writing just goes from strength to strength with each book and just gets better as the story continues.
It’s a fantasy story so intense that it almost feels so real that you feel every emotion the characters go through from the cold, loss, and battles. Oh, and battles are very bloody awesome. A history woven that is believable with all its intricacies, excellent world-building, plot, twists, and turns.
Lost Gods is so good, i can’t not wait for the fourth and final book, if you are a fan of political intrigues, epic clan warfare, and norse fantasy themes, you’ll absolutely love this.
In this book, the fight against the Durath continues, an evil that has crossed over from the shadow realm to the real to take possession of Vorund Clan and to rule the other clans of Laskar.
The Brotherhood of the Eagle has taken the war to the Vorund stronghold and put a team together to venture to the legendary Fire Isle of the Gods. Rothgar leads a crew with the hope of getting help to finally end the Durath once and for all.
If you haven’t read The Brotherhood of the Eagle series yet, I reckon you should remedy that. It’s an amazing story, and it’s clear how much hard work, love, and his soul, Tim Hardie, has put into it. I very highly recommend…😁🖤🗡🔥⚡️