[PDF] Gambit's End: Book Three of the Divine Gambit Trilogy By Chad Corrie – Terrapin-info.co.uk


  • Paperback
  • 493 pages
  • Gambit's End: Book Three of the Divine Gambit Trilogy
  • Chad Corrie
  • English
  • 12 March 2017
  • 9780977604357

13 thoughts on “Gambit's End: Book Three of the Divine Gambit Trilogy

  1. says:

    I am sorry, but this book was just not all that good The first two were not too bad, but this book was long and hard to concentrate on most of the time This is the third book in the Divine Gambit Trilogy Now the ending to this book was not bad though for me this series should have been two books not three This book at points gets into details that for me as a reader I do not think are prudent for the overall story, features such as the armor and appearance of characters and their clothing and accessories I find that tedious and takes away from the book The other thing that drove me crazy was this story was slow paced until the ending Though the ending was good, the excessive detail giving took away from it and the ending should have been the second book The other thing that took away from the book was the slew of typo s that plagued the book The typo s this is not the author s fault though it makes it hard to read the book and focus on the story when sentenc...


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About the Author: Chad Corrie

Chad Corrie has long enjoyed creating things but it wasn t until he was twelve he began writing Since then he s written comics, graphic novels, prose fiction of varying lengths, and an assortment of other odds and ends.This sundry collection of works echoes part of his background in which he s been an editor and writer for an online magazine, owned his own publishing company worked as a pawn bro