5 thoughts on “Mortal Consequences (Forgotten Realms: Netheril, #3)

  1. It’s been a long time since I read this book, and I just realized that I’d never written a review. It must’ve been because it was soooo bad.

    In the same vein as the other two, this one serves no purpose in the history of ‘the Realms’. I really don’t understand that! What was the point of writing in this time period but never making any conections to the causes it had in the future? Damnit!

    Anywho…this one doesn’t even have to do with Netheril. The entire plot takes place on the ground, below th

  2. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As a wrap-up to the Netheril trilogy, Sunbright’s story, and aid in fleshing out a little bit of the history of the Neth, “Mortal Consequences” is satisfactory…kind of.

    In most other ways, this book was as disappointing as the rest of this trilogy, even though I might call it my favorite. I rather enjoyed Sunbright’s return to his people, his leadership, decline, and ultimate redemption, but almost every single subplot betrayed me.

    Tortured mage somehow fought her way out of hell as an invincibl

  3. I think reading books 2 and 3 so close to each other burned me out of any tolerance I have for a bad read. The plot wasn’t bad per se, it’s just really, really cliché. The book also suffers from a winding down from book 2 in terms of climax – book 3’s plot is so very mundane compared to book 2.

    The first half of the story starts off really slow, as it follows Sunbright and Knucklebones on their journey in trying to find his tribe. It meanders around and in between introduces us to how Sunbright m

  4. Nothing fantastic to say about this book. Typical Realms. We join Sunbright and Knuckle one last time as they travel north to Sunbright’s home in the Tundra. They find his tribe dilapitated, and work together in reviving the people and finding a new home.

    Candlemas is hard at work trying to solve the grain blight of the last two books, and succeeds in the end. Unbeknownst to any of them until it is too late, the sorceress who plagued them with her home made hell in the first place and was subsequ

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