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The Bastard Cadre is an ambitious epic science fiction saga that features anti-heroes, heroines, and villains in a fight against the Gods. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition. Published first published July 30th More Details The Bastard Cadre 3.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. This is book 3 in The Bastard Cadre series and for me it's the best yet. I think the complex plot and motivations is really want makes this book as good as it is. I really enjoyed the basic idea behind the series. Gods exist but pick a chosen one to manifest their will through. So far this is the best in the series.
For me this is a very highly underrated series that ticks all the boxes. The only thing that could be improved on is the cover. While i like the simplicity of it, it doesn't convey anything to the reader at first glance and without that hook you might just pass this beauty by. The Bastard Cadre really starts to soar with this third book. I've enjoyed the series a lot so far, but there's a vividness and urgency to "The Dead God's Shadow" that makes the story come alive in a whole new way.
Carlon seems to have a stronger grasp on the core conflicts of the series and how to make us feel them more viscerally, and the numerous confrontations between the characters are charged in their austerity and confidence.
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Taking Avril away from Peak City and out on his own adventure is The Bastard Cadre really starts to soar with this third book. Taking Avril away from Peak City and out on his own adventure is probably why, as it streamlines the story for the time being. I invested in Avril more than I have so far, so the cliffhanger ending - which seems to come out of nowhere - is a gutpunch.
But the overarching story is still served, and an unexpected SF trope turns up that adds a whole new dimension to the mythology. I didn't expect that to get layered in, so I'm curious what else might factor into future installments. And the preview for book four included at the end of this volume already throws more new stuff at us with an arresting flashback sequence that reminded me of George R. Martin in its brutal intrigue. I didn't see that coming, and if we can continue to expect unpredictability from the Bastard Cadre, then this series is going to be an even more enjoyable ride.