The Brothers' War




      The Brothers' War
The Myth The Magic.Dominarian legends speak of a mighty conflict, obscured by the mists of history Of a conflict between the brothers Urza and Mishra for supremacy on the continent of Terisiare Of titantic engines that scarred and twisted the very planet Of a final battle that sank continents and shook the skies.The saga of the Brothers War. Download The Brothers' War – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 409 pages
  • The Brothers' War
  • Jeff Grubb
  • English
  • 25 August 2018
  • 0786911700

10 thoughts on “ The Brothers' War

  1. Rob says:

    I loved this book, not for its content, but because of the impact it had on me.I read this book for the first time 15 years ago, when I got the entire Artifacts Cycle for Christmas I have to admit, above all else, that it has not aged as well as I would have liked My entire life I would have called this my favorite book, but now that I ve got so manys...

  2. E.M. Shelton says:

    By far my favorite book from the Artifacts Cycle The characters were well written and the world rich in imagery and invention The Brothers War is a how it all started piece, and while not all the information is given up front, the twists at the end weave events together adequately.The writing itself was a bit erratic and slow to start, but the story was captivating and the characters believable The end seemed somewhat rushed, which I found forgivable since the loose ends were tied up without By far my favorite book from the Artifacts Cycle The characters were well written and the world rich in imagery and invention The Brothers War is a how it all started piece, and while not all the information is given up front, the twists at the end weave events together adequately.The writing itself was a bit erratic and slow to start, but the story was captivating and the characters believable The end seemed somewh...

  3. Michael T Bradley says:

    I recently started playing the card game Magic The Gathering again , and enjoying it immensely, so I thought I would give the book world a spin I believe I d tried it years ago, but gave up rather quickly.Ostensibly War and Peace, but in the Magic The Gathering world, this book wends its way through four generations, though it mostly focuses on the one featuring Urza and Mishra, the two titular brothers,...

  4. Arjuna Perkins says:

    I wanted to enjoy some good pulp fantasy, and I d played Magic The Gathering back in the day, so I was looking forward to this dramatization With low expectations and good humor, I started into it What a disappointment Grubb has a flair for description as any good fantasy author should and decent characterization, and the setting hooked me at first Dominaria is a world of commerce and rationality that dismisses artifice and magic as superstitious legends One thing always leads to I wanted to enjoy some good pulp fantasy, and I d played Magic The Gathering back in the day, so I was looking forward to this dramatization With low expectations and good humor, I started into it What a disappointment Grubb has a flair for descri...

  5. Sammy says:

    Not that great Grubb s writing is poor I did find myself enjoying itandtowards the end, however, i do not recommend it, even to a fan of the card game.

  6. Michael says:

    I think this is probably the first book I ve ever read that I absolutely loved It s certainly the first book I ve read that I d give a 5 to, Harry Potter aside Through and through, it s a very amazing book Of course, you probably have to be a Magic fan to enjoy it to the utmost, but I think it might be good enough regardless.The first time I read it was during the 7th grade I read it as a project, and a rather big project it was It even included a map of Dominaria I immersed myself in this I think this is probably the first book I ve ever read that I absolutely loved It s certainly the first book I ve read that I d give a 5 to, Harry Potter aside Through and through, it s a very amazing book Of course, you probably have to be a Magic fan to enjoy it to the utmost, but I think it might be good enough regardless.The first time I read it was during the 7th grade I read it as a project, and a rather big project it wa...

  7. Alex Richey says:

    I love this book for what it adds to the lore of Magic the Gathering I wish they had invested in a good edit There s a lot of mistakes, and also a lot of extraneous plot that doesn t need to be there I also found myself...

  8. Josh says:

    This was a solid story, though the jumps in time between sections were a bit jarring I also forgot who some of the characters were as time went on,very which to me says that the story was a bit longer than it needed to be Overall a great kickoff to a great character in Urza I look forward to ...

  9. Jonathan says:

    Overall I enjoyed this book quite a bit, it wasn t the most well written book ever but it was ok for what it is My attention was held throughout wanting to know what happened next.

  10. Chelsea says:

    I enjoyed the story and the creativity using MtG devices, and I loved the explanation of what mana is that came in at the end, but the writing quality was meh If I read the next books in the series, it ll definitely be at a later date, though they are written by different authors and probably abou...

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