The Sorcerer's Ring Bundle (Books 4, 5 and 6) - Morgan Rice

The Sorcerer's Ring Bundle (Books 4, 5 and 6)

By Author Morgan Rice

  • Release Date: 2013-06-14
  • Genre: Fantasy
The Sorcerer's Ring Bundle (Books 4, 5 and 6)
Book Rating: 4.5/5
4.5
Based on 182 Reviews

The Sorcerer's Ring Bundle (Books 4, 5 and 6) - Morgan Rice Book Description

“THE SORCERER’S RING has all the ingredients for an instant success: plots, counterplots, mystery, valiant knights, and blossoming relationships replete with broken hearts, deception and betrayal. It will keep you entertained for hours, and will satisfy all ages. Recommended for the permanent library of all fantasy readers.”
--Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos

A bundle of the next three books in Morgan Rice’s #1 Bestselling fantasy series THE SORCERER’S RING (A CRY OF HONOR, A VOW OF GLORY and A CHARGE OF VALOR). These three bestselling novels are all here in one convenient file and offer a great next step deeper into the world of the SORCERER’S RING series. Over 200,000 words of reading, all for an incredible price! It is a great deal, and it also makes the perfect gift!

THE SORCERER’S RING series tells the epic tale of the coming of age of Thorgrin, a special 14 year old boy, the least loved of his father, as he strives to become a warrior in the magical Kingdom of the Ring, and as he learns he has powers, and a destiny, he does not understand. An outsider, he must fight for acceptance as he strives to join the King’s elite Legion, and as he falls in love with the king’s 16 year old daughter. Most of all, he must learn who he really is, why his destiny is so important, and why the entire fate of The Ring depends on him.

In Books #4, #5 and #6, the tale continues. In A CRY OF HONOR (Book #4 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death. The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory—deeper than ever before in the history of the Ring—and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend off the attack and save King’s Court. 

In A VOW OF GLORY (Book #5 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor embarks with his Legion friends on an epic quest into the vast wilds of the Empire to try to find the ancient Destiny Sword and save the Ring. Thor’s friendships deepen, as they journey to new places, face unexpected monsters and fight side by side in unimaginable battle. They encounter exotic lands, creatures and peoples beyond which they could have ever imagined, each step of their journey fraught with increasing danger. They will have to summon all their skills if they are to survive as they follow the trail of the thieves, deeper and deeper into the Empire. Their quest will bring them all the way into the heart of the Underworld, one of the seven realms of hell, where the undead rule and fields are lined with bones. As Thor must summon his powers, more than ever, he struggles to understand the nature of who he is.

In A CHARGE OF VALOR (Book #6 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor continues on his quest, deeper into the Empire, to retrieve the stolen Destiny Sword and save the Ring. As he and his friends meet unexpected tragedy and lose a member of their close-knit group, Thor and his remaining friends become closer than they ever were, learning that they must face and overcome adversity together. Their journey takes them to new and exotic terrains, including the desolate Salt Fields, the Great Tunnel, and the Mountains of Fire, as they face a host of unexpected monsters at every turn.
 
With its sophisticated world-building and characterization, THE SORCERER’S RING is an epic tale of friends and lovers, of rivals and suitors, of knights and dragons, of intrigues and political machinations, of coming of age, of broken hearts, of deception, ambition and betrayal. It is a tale of honor and courage, of fate and destiny, of sorcery. It is a fantasy that brings us into a world we will never forget, and which will appeal to all ages and genders.

Book Reviews

  • These are getting worse...

    1
    By missmopar05
    First, a HUGE thank you to the a-hole who posted a review with spoilers in it...jerk. Second, Morgan...for the love of God, get an editor. I mean...my niece is 8 and can write more gripping and grammatically correct stories.
  • No honor

    1
    By Djclobes
    I am there in the sene Andronicus betrays Gwendolyn and McCloud rapes her. I feel the horror I feel the betrayal and then it all comes to me. I now know who Andronicus is. A man with no mercy no kindness and most of all no honor, Morgan Rice.
  • Sold my humanity to buy this

    5
    By *The A Show*
    This is AWESOME!! My mother offered me the choice of a $30 pedicure or this book and she keeps the change. I choose to buy the books. I don't know what books you guys have been reading but I didn't see a single typo. Maybe when you're actually IN the book and ENJOYING it, you don't notice the little things that DON'T MATTER. Or maybe thats just me. It's not like I spent my science class circling every typo the teacher made or anything (even though that's exactly what I did. I am a stickler for that sort of thing). Take it from me mates. This series is great and needs to be an epic movie series. I'd be willing to provide character reference and ideas if it was because I want this to happen. This is so great it deserves to be a movie and it should be at the top of the best sellers list. I don't know why it isn't. Yes, some of the battle scenes could be shortened and 15 books are a bit excessive but those are trivial details when it comes to the big picture. Love it. -A
  • Needs lots of editing

    2
    By Luceagain
    Plenty of typos and editing needed, especially in 4-6. Lion's lair, not layer, etc. number of people killed in battle scene that started with 30 is way off. Distracting. Romance is repetitious. All the cool guys fall in love with healers? Really? On the positive side, fun plot overall. The first 3 books are much better written.
  • Really bad typos and grammar problems

    3
    By karenlu1
    I like reading a fantasy book sometimes that is at a kids level. But, the number of repetitive sentences, and sentiments in just a few pages was overkill and just poor writing. The typos make me think no one proofed this at all. I just wonder why so poor a job was done.
  • Good Read

    4
    By Arcticwolf1234
    This is a pretty good series to pass the time. There are some areas that need work but I think the author did a pretty good job of mixing her own ideas with the basic farm boy discovered he is more than just a farm boy. I wish she condensed the book because they are pretty short. Overall, I would recommend reading this story.
  • Great story but grammatically incorrect

    3
    By EnPointe
    This is an amazing series, but the typos, poor grammar, and random words is distracting.
  • Sorcerer's Ring Series

    1
    By Skeptic625
    One star for potential. 0 stars for execution. I pushed through most of this series hoping the writing would improve, but it is getting worse. The author surrender's the potential to have created something special and instead deliver's undigestible pablum. There is not even a glimmer of a logic or the physical realities of any world. In this world apparently one can ride across the entire country in a few hours with no need to eat or rest. An army of millions can move at immense speeds with no logistic support and the characters live in a worlds where Deus Ex Machina is the order of the day. Every enemy is stabbed in the heart. A single warrior can fight thousands. Monsters are 50 feet tall and have multiple mouths! Why? The writing often descends into juvenile "Thor ran and ran..." Apparently this hero is still a young teenager but has no trouble killing three or four experienced soldiers with one swing if a sword...really? Flails knock three heads off at a time. The author is clearly more interested in capitalizing on this run of popularity than producing a quality product.
  • Potential unrealized

    2
    By Sg1ggamer
    This series, although somewhat entertaining, reeks of laziness on the part of both the author and the publisher. It had the potential to be an epic series, as the ideas and possibilities generated by the author could have been developed into something reminiscent of Tolkien, Eddings, or Jordan. Instead, we have paragraph-length descriptions that should have instead spanned numerous pages, a list of typos that staggers, and a story that reads as if it were merely the the prattling of a child eager to be done and off to play. I enjoyed the tale, but weep for what it could have been.
  • Great book, awful editing

    3
    By young2again
    I love this series and am about to buy the next one #7. REALLLY wish someone had taken the time to do a complete edit, many words and paragraphs repeated, words in the wrong order, like: "do will", and words missing. I just inserted the correct words or order in my head so I could keep going. My friends say they would have stopped reading after soooooo many errors. Still I like the series & can get pass the errors. Would rate higher if editor had done their job.