The Golden Cage Parts of the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been removed from this edition and will be re released in the fourth book in The Ballad of Benfro series The Broken World There s a new fant

  • Title: The Golden Cage
  • Author: JamesOswald
  • ISBN: 9781405917735
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • Parts of the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been removed from this edition and will be re released in the fourth book in The Ballad of Benfro series The Broken World There s a new fantasy phenomenon for 2014 The Golden Cage is the third enchanting tale in J D Oswald s epic fantasy series, The Ballad of Sir Benfro Queen Beulah is determined to have he Parts of the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been removed from this edition and will be re released in the fourth book in The Ballad of Benfro series The Broken World There s a new fantasy phenomenon for 2014 The Golden Cage is the third enchanting tale in J D Oswald s epic fantasy series, The Ballad of Sir Benfro Queen Beulah is determined to have her war, despatching Inquisitor Melyn north, through the ancient forest to cross unseen into the land of her enemies Battling the ever growing influence of Magog, Benfro struggles to resist the treacherous orders of the long dead Dragon Mage, a task made yet difficult by the arrival of Errol in his forest refuge His body broken, Errol is tormented by dreams of his beloved Martha, imprisoned in a Golden Cage He has escaped from King Ballah s torture chamber but remains powerless to help her Yet fate has united these two Errol holds the key to halting Magog s influence, and Benfro has the skill to heal broken bones Working together they might survive Apart, they will surely perish, and all Gwlad with them The Ballad of Sir Benfro is an utterly compelling and beautifully written new fantasy series from J.D Oswald Fans of the Inheritance Series and readers hooked to the world of George R R Martin s Game of Thrones series will love the magic of the Twin Kingdoms The Golden Cage is the third book in the series, following Dreamwalker and The Rose Cord, which are also published as Penguin eBooks Please note that parts of the previous eBook edition of The Golden Cage have been removed from this edition and will be re released in the fourth book in The Ballad of Benfro series The Broken World J D Oswald is the author of the epic fantasy series, The Ballad of Sir Benfro Currently, Dreamwalker, The Rose Cord and The Golden Cage are all available as Penguin ebooks He is also the author of the Detective Inspector McLean series of crime novels under the name James Oswald In his spare time James runs a 350 acre livestock farm in North East Fife, where he raises pedigree Highland Cattle and New Zealand Romney Sheep jamesoswald

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    1. 3.5 stars, an enjoyable read, if somewhat slower than the 2nd book in the series, but still faster than the first. Worth reading for sure.

    2. I finally finished this book ! it took me a while to read it, not because it was bad, far from it! But I had not a lot of time to read it made it even better because I did not rushed it. I really enjoyed this book. And the ending just makes me want to read the next one so badly !!

    3. I don't know if it's just me but I feel like there weren't any mayor events in this books. To me it felt like one big build up to the next and last book. So I've got high expectations for that one. Because I missed a little excitement in this book, I got a bit bored and that made it kind of a slow read. This wasn't my favorite book of the Balled of Sir Benfro series. The first book gave me the same feeling as this book gave me and I loved the second book, couldn't stop reading. So I'm hoping the [...]

    4. I thought this was the last book in a trilogy, but no. And I'm more than happy about that as the story deepens and deepens, driving you to read more and more and emphasising more with characters. This is fantastic stuff, fantasy of the highest calibre. The only negative is waiting for the author to finish the next instalment!

    5. If not for the incredible 'letdown' at the end, I'd have surely given this book 5 stars. Everything just felt so unjustified in the end, I couldn't help but to fuss for a while even after closing the book. Although it is refreshing to have such a large plot suddenly taking a turn, book 3 of the Ballad does feel like there's not a lot of character development. Momentarily I lost all motivation to continue reading the series, up until I realized what the events of Golden Cage may lead to. Book 4 i [...]

    6. Another exciting installment from Oswald! The tone/pace of this book felt a little different to The Rose Cord (I felt like it had more in common with Dreamwalker) - I didn't rattle through it with as much urgency as The Rose Cord, but it still kept me riveted. I found Benfro and Errol's developing relationship - now that they have finally, properly met! - fascinating, especially the nuances caused by Benfro's prejudice against men.I really enjoyed the uncomfortable development of Melyn and Freck [...]

    7. I really was into the story from the start. I've been waiting for the two main characters to come together for a book and a half, and since they have, the pace has gone up tremendously. It even motivated me to wake up early just so that I could read a chapter before going to work.I had already read somewhere that the ending would make me want to immediately start the next one and that is in fact what I'll be doing. "The Broken World": here I come!

    8. Manchmal müssen Feinde zu Freunden werden, wenn sie von demselben Feind verfolgt werden. Im dritten Teil der Dreamwalker-Reihe von James D. Oswald muss Benfro lernen, dass Errol, obgleich ein Mensch, nicht sein Feind ist und sie nur gemeinsam gegen Melyn bestehen können.Magogs Einfluss auf Benfro wird immer mächtiger, was Benfro immer unberechenbarer macht. Wann ist er noch er selbst und wann gewinnt der Geist des bösen Drachenmagiers die Überhand über ihn? Es fällt ihm schwer sich einzug [...]

    9. this series just keeps getting betterso, I love feeling vindicated. I'd suspected since book one that the shepherd was really just a dragon's memories, and this book made it pretty clear that's the case (even if it's not stated explicitly - I reckon that comes in the next book). everything is getting more intense. what's going on with dafydd? we haven't heard from him for at least a hundred pages. usel and his motivations were so puzzling until all was revealed with a single expletive - that was [...]

    10. Benfro and Errol must continue their quest, but fate continues to intervene, parting them so that they must follow separate paths in the hope of achieving the same end.Benfro continues to want revenge for his mother's death, and Errol hopes to find Martha, confused by his dreams of her fate. Politics, evil and desire for power continue to thwart their plans and magic plays its part in confusing their lives, diverting their attention and continuing to cause mayhem as they learn the hard way how t [...]

    11. I happened to read a copy where apparently parts of it had been removed to be republished in the fourth book in the series which is yet to be published. I have no idea why the author or the publishing house or whoever decided to do that, but I guess it's nice to know that the story continues and some poor souls who happened to purchase an ebook copy of it earlier, get to read parts of it again? Anyways, I really liked the third book in the series as well and although I may have My full review fo [...]

    12. Just a little note to the author, but also a kinda review for the books until this far:Just finished part 3 of the Ballad of Sir Benfro. Just. You. Why?! Aargh! That's all i can think about. Any rate, the things i just wanna say is, keep up the work! The reasons why i love those books is quite simple. Life is hard, there is always some holding you back to do something, sometimes you're lucky, and sometimes, you're not so much, but it's all about going on for what you believe like Benfro and Erro [...]

    13. This is the third book in the series and has certainly lived up to my expectations. Faster paced than The Rose Cord, the character insights provided throughout the book help give further depth to characters you thought you already knew. The story keeps gracefully turning, just as you start to think you can see where the path is taking you.Unlike some of the epic fantasy sagas, good as they are, I like the faster pace and smaller pool of key characters within Sir Benfro's tale - I don't find myse [...]

    14. In which the main character is repeatedly knocked unconscious to progress the plot.~Aww poor Errol. He really does suffer. The Golden Cage is the third book in the series and from what I can tell the launch pad for the next book in the series. Finally Errol and Benfro's storyline is progressing and we get thrown a whole load of questions. Who are these new dragons? Where's Benfro's father? Is Gog still around? And I really hope we get answers in the next book.Again I found that the villains have [...]

    15. If I hadn't already bought this book when I'd finished the second book, I wouldn't have continued with the series. It moves very slowly and the two main characters are a bit dull (the villains are far more interesting). But the plot picks up in this book and now I'm curious about Gog's world, the evolving relationship between Frecknock and the Inquisitor and I'd like to see if my theories about the 'Shepherd' and Benfro's father are confirmed.

    16. An enjoyable series, I've feverishly read the first three books in this series. I was a little sad to find this wasn't a trilogy, as I'd originally believed, as I was really looking forwards to seeing how it all turned out. However, I must admit I don't think the story could have really finished so soon.Very much enjoying the series, which has adventure and politics without getting bogged down with following too many characters. Looking forwards to the next installment.

    17. *3.5Sooooo - I've been pretty inactive here and I've been reading this book for ages now! Now that I've finally finished it, I'm quite relieved - especially the first half was hard to get through! Review coming soon on the blog!

    18. I wish E and B would get a break and I'm getting worried about book four. The way I see it now, it's either not the last book and I'm in for a waiting time, or Oswald will get hasty and sloppy.Either way, once again, good book.

    19. Took a bit to get into this one and don't think it's as good as the previous ones but still not a bad read.

    20. This book grabbed me and held me down until I finished it. While book two almost made me quit this series, this book made up for it. Now I have to wait till September for the fourth book. God damn.

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