Promise of Wrath

Promise of Wrath Steve McHugh
  • Title: Promise of Wrath
  • Author: Steve McHugh
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  • Promise of Wrath Steve McHugh Promise of Wrath A powerful sorcerer A forgotten past Hellequin is back and the end is near A terrible storm is brewing in London and Nathan Garrett the sorcerer known as Hellequin is the only one who can stop it
    A powerful sorcerer A forgotten past Hellequin is back, and the end is near.A terrible storm is brewing in London, and Nathan Garrett, the sorcerer known as Hellequin, is the only one who can stop it.But his enemies have other plans Harnessing the power of an ancient stone tablet, they cast Nate and his allies into another realm, where a bloody conflict rages between crA powerful sorcerer A forgotten past Hellequin is back, and the end is near.A terrible storm is brewing in London, and Nathan Garrett, the sorcerer known as Hellequin, is the only one who can stop it.But his enemies have other plans Harnessing the power of an ancient stone tablet, they cast Nate and his allies into another realm, where a bloody conflict rages between creatures twisted by magic Meanwhile, with his friends lives in danger, Nate must put centuries of differences aside, and place his trust in one of his greatest foes.Time is running out Trapped and outnumbered, Nate must use all his wits and power to survive and find his way home before his enemies start a war that could destroy everything he holds close Welcome to the penultimate chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles.
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    About Steve McHugh


    1. Steve s been writing from an early age, his first completed story was done in an English lesson Unfortunately, after the teacher read it, he had to have a chat with the head of the year about the violent content and bad language The follow up One boy and his frog was less concerning to his teachers and got him an A.It wasn t for another decade that he would start work on a full length novel, the result of which Crimes Against Magic is now available from.He was born in a small village called Mexborough, South Yorkshire, but now lives with his wife and three young daughters in Southampton.


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    1. I wondered how Steve McHugh was going to pull it all together on these last two books There seemed too much to do and not enough time But I shouldn t have worried The shocking ending of the last book was taken on an even bloody shocking path and I LOVED it The whole book was one of surprises but it still managed to bring the plot and characters in to a better place for the final showdown.I both can t wait to see who s behind it all and am already sad to see these characters go If you haven t tr [...]

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    2. Its probably no secret that I m a bit of a fan of this series having been in it from the start and watched it grow and go from strength to strength Promise of Wrath edges us towards a conclusion for Nate and his band of few in an addictive page turning thrill ride I banged through it Mind you I always do with theseThis instalment is actually a little bit difficult to review than the others because so much happens that is spoilerific and we can t have that no no no But seriously its basically Na [...]

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    3. the best book by far out of this series 5 stars all the way

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    4. Okay this was the best one yet Again we learn about Nate his history and other questions are answered, I love how we get to know with each installment There are quite a few questions left and the way this book ended makes that I can t wait for the final installment How is this going to end It s fast paced with fantastic characters A dragon, dwarves and loads of action You want to read this, trust me

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    5. Another great sequel to the Hellequin series While I didn t think all the action sequences perfect in the last book, this one was back up to a full 5 star story The fight sequences where back to the perfect length for me.I just love the humor and the dialogue in this series and I wish I could have Nate as my friend Who wouldn t like an extremely dangerous, but morally alright assassin for a pal It does get quite bloody and gory in places, but for me it was the perfect balance of grim, humor and [...]

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    6. I received a copy of this book to review it.As a huge fan of the Hellequin Chronicles, it s fair to say that I had high expectations of the penultimate instalment It s also fair to say that Promise of Wrath than delivered on those expectations it s a ride and a half through multiple realms as Nate edges closer and closer to the truth of his existence New characters mesh seamlessly with old favourites, and new discoveries make sense of various aspects of Nate s past.Just like all of the previous [...]

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    7. I received an advanced copy of this book in return for a review.I m trying for a no spoiler review here, so if I seem vague, it s for a purpose, other than frustrating you This is the 6th book in the Hellequin series, as you probably know by now This installment brings some new discoveries about the dwarves, about Nate, and a real surprise change for one of the characters The mysterious my liege begins to be identified Part of Nate s early years are revealed The origin of the blood curse marks i [...]

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    8. 3.75 stars rounded upI felt that some parts were dragging the story down initially, wasn t a huge fan of the alternate realm plot plus it had TOO MANY new players added McHugh probably setting it all up for the next book as the final one But I m still rounding it up because the last 1 3rd was too much awesomeness view spoiler Mordred I was highly excited with this new development of him I loved reading him partnering with Nate Francis and Brutus death Those were jaw dropping moments Finding out [...]

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    9. My boyfriend got me into the series and I can t thank him enough I ve thoroughly enjoyed reading about Nate and his trials and tribulations and this book did not disappoint There are still many secrets to be told but so many are now known through reading this A fantastic read, it s difficult to review without giving the plot away, but gripping from start to finish, always something going on and keeping you intrigued and guessing especially who is behind it all in addition to figuring out of Nat [...]

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    10. I received this book in return for a review.This book is by far the best one in the series in my opinion The story lines across the ages are seamlessly integrated and very much impact the present story line.We get fantastic character progression as we learn and about Nate s past and the scale and scope of the machinations behind those who oppose him, and the different sides are taking their shape to finish up this chapter of Hellequin.We learn about the magic and creatures of the world, and I [...]

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    11. Keep them coming One of the best series I ve read in a long time I love the Hellequin story and would recommend it to everyone who likes to have an adventure and forget they re in the real world because you just forget everything else while you re reading it Lots of fights, great dialogue, mysterious foes and cool references that made me feel included in the story I can t wait for the next instalment

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    12. Promise fo Wrath once again moves the Hellequin Chronicles further from the enjoyable, easy reading shelf to the must read as soon as possible after release shelf After the events of Lies Ripped Open, this book needed to do a lot to push this story forward and keep up the pace and epic scale of the series so far It does not disappoint In this book, Nate once again faces off against monsters, gods and all manner of mythical beings But importantly, he is dealing even heavily with his past Yet s [...]

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    13. Wow for me this is best in series Loved the dwarfs introduction as they been long time coming add in of nates background uncovered I loved how this story started with a fast pace really can t see past the dwarf realm sad but I have been looking forward to them appearing The change of mordred and how the relationship between him and Nate played out Ending with Arthur waking leads for a great next book Oh and there s dwarves

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    14. I really enjoyed this book It s the best yet Love the characters and the twists and turns I like how the past is linked into the present Looking forward to the next book.

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    15. The Hellequin Chronicles have all been leading up to something big Nate is always in the right wrong place at any given time to stop the bad guys And now a pattern has emerged that all these bad guys are in league with each other to their liege an unknown bad guy who is bringing a war to Avalon and all the realms In this book, Nate is reunited with a past friend enemy who believes it is his destiny to kill Nate In the meantime, they need each other because they and a few others have been cast in [...]

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    16. PROMISE OF WRATH BY STEVE MCHUGH I have become a die hard McHugh fan,following Nate Garrett his friends as they serve and protect the realms of this world Nate, who always seems to find trouble or does it find him ,this time has be teleported to an alternate realm by an ancient stone tablet, along with not only his friends , but one of his fiercest enemies or is he Nate and company battle blood elves,really bad dudes in order to save his friend Chloe from a horrible death but also Nate must find [...]

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    17. Dungeons and Dragons in the mines of Moria Including Uruk hai and trolls And dwarves And so on I really really liked this series But it got old, felt very unoriginal, very repetitive and I had to skim a lot I do not appreciate the time jumps, the miniscule pieces of information we get fed.It feels like someone made a plan to write at least another three books and needs to stretch the story Also, huge plot hole, with Mordred and why he still was programmed to kill Nate With all others he could sh [...]

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    18. Excellent addition to the series Possibly one of the best books in this saga And shows Steve s maturing as a writer In this book he has expanded on the existing mythology And turn use a cliche is worldbuilding He is adding depth to each character s interaction And personally I can t wait for the next book.

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    19. Closing in on the end Solid penultimate book Call it 4.5.Full review derailmentsofthought.wordpres

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    20. So, sixth book in a series The first book was good with a great ending The second book was well above average for the genre The second still pretty good but the books start feeling contrived and drug out the latter probably for the sake of milking book sales The fourth had an extremely stupid and unnecessary premise but was otherwise well written but the sense that the series is being unnecessarily drug to milk book sales is at the tipping point now Fifth book really focuses on the shortcomings [...]

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    21. Up until this one, I d very much enjoyed Steve McHugh s Hellequin Chronicles stories THIS one irked me, because generic spoiler ahead not only does it NOT answer all of the questions arising from earlier stories, it failed to be what it was described this was NOT the final chapter for this set of novels The novel is described, and s description reads as if, this is the LAST Hellequin story, as in all things will be answered about Nate and Company but lo and behold, the author uses a petty stunt [...]

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    22. McHugh did it again This review will be short I loved seeing Mordred atoning but still being a badass I just love Mordred His new quirks were delightful I liked seeing him w Chloe I don t feel like I need to mention Nate cuz, duh, badassery main character Remy is always fun Kasey reminds me of a Simpsons episode She s a werewolf that shoots Ice out of her mouth Well the Simpsons ep was 1 where Mr Burns said Send out the hounds the bees And the hounds w the bees in the mouths LMAO I love this ser [...]

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    23. This whole series is beyond anything else I ve read in this genre, It s truly exceptional All of the main characters are so well written, Nate especially obviously but Mordred, in this book, was exceptional I love Nate s friendship with Tommy, how they interact etc I dread the Fates warning being about them, please don t do that to us Actually his relationships with all of the people he trusts or cares about is pretty special imo.This book was IMMENSE in its scope how much has come to light I ha [...]

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    24. First things firstThere s not another one of these to read at the momentThis was very fast paced, and opened a bunch of questions and did a great job of introducing a whole bunch of new elements to this series I even found myself pondering where this could take certain characters in future books, while I was still reading this story.Thank you Mr McHugh for sucking me into this great seriesI look forward to the next book.

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    25. Well the author has set us up for a great finale This one provided a few answers and a few clues to those still outstanding I can t wait to see how it all wraps up I like everything about these books, the ties to mythology and Arthurian legend, the wit and sarcasm, the flawed characters that we love anyway Just my kind of books.

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    26. Things are falling into placeThis is a payoff novel If you have followed Nate through the series this novel has some great surprises and answers for you While it is not the final chapter it certainly clarifies a lot and cashes in on the relationships as well as character development It was thoroughly enjoyable especially if you did the audio version.

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    27. This series is still entertaining, but I find that my interest flags in terms of the plot of each individual book I m much interested in the reveals about the overarching series story It was enjoyable to see Mordred and Nate become buddies, though I had to suspend my disbelief about the dwarf vs blood elf storyline of this book, since it was too reminiscent of World of Warcraft.

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    28. You know, the writing is not great and the plot has some major lack of logic But I keep buying these for the story There is enough story in one book of this series for a trilogy and that keeps me reading

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    29. Promise of Wrath is book 6 of the Hellequin Chronicles, featuring one of my favorite sorcerer characters, Nate Garrett Possibly the best storyline of the series, to date I enjoyed the story progression and plot twists, as well as the new powers unleashed I highly recommend the Hellequin books.

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    30. Love itGreat series so far The characters are engaging and we ll written If you like urban fantasy that isn t twilightish, you ll like this Can t wait til the next book comes out

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