Six Sacred Swords

Six Sacred Swords

It doesn?t take a legendary sword to make a legendary swordsman, but it certainly helps. Keras Selyrian is already well on the way to cutting his name into the annals of legend. He?s fought false divinities, thieving sorcerers, and corrupt demigods ? and left them defeated in his wake. But he?s a long way from home, and Kaldwyn offers a different brand of danger than he?s u It doesn?t take a legendary sword to make a legendary swordsman, but it certainly helps. Keras Selyria...

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Title:Six Sacred Swords
Author:Andrew Rowe
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Six Sacred Swords
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:329 pages pages

Six Sacred Swords Reviews

  • AliceAnn
    Mar 23, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

  • Mark
    Apr 30, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

  • John Mendiola
    May 27, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

  • Bradley
    Apr 01, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

  • Luke Chmilenko
    Feb 23, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

  • Laura
    Apr 08, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

  • Louis
    Mar 02, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

  • Calvin Park
    Apr 25, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

  • T
    May 26, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

  • Kaitlin
    May 03, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

  • Andrew Lukyanenko
    Feb 23, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

  • Sharkie
    Mar 02, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

  • Ralph Trickey
    Jun 08, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

  • Schuyler
    Mar 05, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

  • Clare Farrelly
    May 19, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

    For everyone who has read and enjoyed Sufficiently Advanced Magic, this book is very much the same style but with a radically different protagonist. Where Corin is cold and calculating, Keres is impulsive and hot-blooded, it is very entertaining and without any spoilers, the dynamic be...

    Full disclosure, I won a free copy of Six Sacred Swords via Goodreads contest. I entered the contest because Andrew Rowe is quickly becoming 0ne of my favorite story tellers. Six Sacred Swords is like all of his books, very engaging. He strikes a difficult balance of charecter developm...

    A humorous spin-off series set between the author's two main series. It's Keras-focused, as it's narrated to the people from the Arcane Ascension series. It has a romance-obssessed dragon, teenage sentient sword, and lots of guardian spirits that don't understand how Keras operates ...

    A fantastic mix between Adventure, action, romance, and comedy. I stumbled upon the Arcane Ascension series about a year ago and absolutely loved it. Since then I have read all of Andrew Rowe's published books. Six Sacred Swords has braught together each of the other series together...

    Rather short. I liked it and it was epic to hear some backstory of this side character, my main fault was that he sounds just like Corrin except he isn't. It's almost like having the exact same main character again, but with a different story and skill set. Ending was rather a cliffhan...

  • Jonathan Wilson
    May 23, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

  • Jennifer
    Jun 07, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

  • R.J. Triveri
    Feb 27, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

  • Mike
    May 05, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

    For everyone who has read and enjoyed Sufficiently Advanced Magic, this book is very much the same style but with a radically different protagonist. Where Corin is cold and calculating, Keres is impulsive and hot-blooded, it is very entertaining and without any spoilers, the dynamic be...

    Full disclosure, I won a free copy of Six Sacred Swords via Goodreads contest. I entered the contest because Andrew Rowe is quickly becoming 0ne of my favorite story tellers. Six Sacred Swords is like all of his books, very engaging. He strikes a difficult balance of charecter developm...

  • Petrik
    Mar 13, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

  • Vincent Archer
    Mar 02, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

    For everyone who has read and enjoyed Sufficiently Advanced Magic, this book is very much the same style but with a radically different protagonist. Where Corin is cold and calculating, Keres is impulsive and hot-blooded, it is very entertaining and without any spoilers, the dynamic be...

    Full disclosure, I won a free copy of Six Sacred Swords via Goodreads contest. I entered the contest because Andrew Rowe is quickly becoming 0ne of my favorite story tellers. Six Sacred Swords is like all of his books, very engaging. He strikes a difficult balance of charecter developm...

    A humorous spin-off series set between the author's two main series. It's Keras-focused, as it's narrated to the people from the Arcane Ascension series. It has a romance-obssessed dragon, teenage sentient sword, and lots of guardian spirits that don't understand how Keras operates ...

  • Tobias  Larsen
    Apr 10, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

    For everyone who has read and enjoyed Sufficiently Advanced Magic, this book is very much the same style but with a radically different protagonist. Where Corin is cold and calculating, Keres is impulsive and hot-blooded, it is very entertaining and without any spoilers, the dynamic be...

  • Christi M
    Mar 30, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

  • John
    Apr 10, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

  • TaylorFallentine
    Feb 13, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

    Not book 2.5 of Arcane Ascension as billed on Audible. I'm taking off a full point for misrepresenting what it is. It was 'OK' It starts in the middle of a quest. I didn't find much reason to get attached to the main character. If you enjoyed the Arcan Ascension, you might enjoy thi...

    For everyone who has read and enjoyed Sufficiently Advanced Magic, this book is very much the same style but with a radically different protagonist. Where Corin is cold and calculating, Keres is impulsive and hot-blooded, it is very entertaining and without any spoilers, the dynamic be...

    Full disclosure, I won a free copy of Six Sacred Swords via Goodreads contest. I entered the contest because Andrew Rowe is quickly becoming 0ne of my favorite story tellers. Six Sacred Swords is like all of his books, very engaging. He strikes a difficult balance of charecter developm...

    A humorous spin-off series set between the author's two main series. It's Keras-focused, as it's narrated to the people from the Arcane Ascension series. It has a romance-obssessed dragon, teenage sentient sword, and lots of guardian spirits that don't understand how Keras operates ...

    A fantastic mix between Adventure, action, romance, and comedy. I stumbled upon the Arcane Ascension series about a year ago and absolutely loved it. Since then I have read all of Andrew Rowe's published books. Six Sacred Swords has braught together each of the other series together...

  • RodTheWay
    May 03, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

  • David
    Feb 16, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

    Very good! Very fun! A little Short Great follow up to either of the authors other series, a great start to it's own as well. Perhaps the most approachable of the books so far, with the humor of the newer books, but the more standard hero trope of his first series... But I person...

  • Peter Knobloch
    Jun 24, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...

    Not for me ...

    I really enjoyed the Arcane Ascension and War of Broken Mirrors series, but this book I just couldn't get into. The main character seems so high and mighty, and wasting opportunities for growth or to save others for very short-sighted decisions. I really enjoyed the main character ...

    you get to choose 1 boon. -fully healed body -enhanced protection vs cutting aura -legendary items or -give a 20min old spriritual construct the illusion of being alive and keep her prisoner within a small area of the shrine + give her a fake brother. (Crystal : Ahh you have good...

    3.5 stars. This felt....a little forced. I expected a unique story for this character, but he was written very similar to Corin when he is supposed to be his own character. There were some fun battle scenes, the addition of a dragon partner and sentient sword was quite amusing. Realist...

    This book was entertaining enough that I finished it and didn't return it (barely), but it was mostly just disappointing. It was a long series of fight scenes that felt a bit repetitive and were mostly solved via deus ex machina kind of endings. The characters made a point, instead of ...

    I won this book from the Goodreads Giveaway, and this is my honest review. I do want to say that I loved winning the kindle copy, because I received it the very day I won it, rather than having to wait at least 6 books for the physical book to arrive in the mail. I give this book a ...

    This fantasy novel is a light-hearted read, so if you are a fan of fantasy and have just read a chain of several books that contain plots related to the prophesying of an end of the world collapse, then this book may just be for you as a change of pace type book. As a light-hearted rea...

    I'm not really sure how to go about this one. I love Rowe's work, and Six Sacred Swords is a fun, fast read. It's an adventurous romp in a fantasy world I've come to love with a new spin. My biggest problem comes with the nature of it. This book takes place after the second War of ...

    Bit like when George Lucas did Episode 1... Love the first two books in the series and all of the characters, but had to deduct a star (nearly 2) for all of the cheesiness in this one. I can't help thinking that the the first 2 books in the series were like the first 3 star wars mov...

    Arcane Ascension but more dungeons and Keras So this book is closer to a 3.5 for me. It wasn't a very long book but felt longer due to how much time was spent on the two dungeon areas. I really enjoy the spires portion of the other series so I'm surprised that this dragged. I guess ...

    I came for the stupid adventure story. I stayed for the musings on sapience and free will of constructs. I loved this book. Took me entirely too long to finish it as it was my "falling asleep in bed" book for almost 3 months. but I thoroughly enjoyed every page of it. This book i...

    A fun lit-RPG adjacent book that both embraces and parodies the tropes of rpgs like Legend of Zelda. Doesn't require that you've read any of Andrew Rowe's other stuff. I enjoyed the characters and the tongue in cheek way it engaged with rpg classics like mysterious temples, magic sword...

    I did not enjoy this as much as the Arcane Ascension books. It was nice to see how the uber-strong Keras sees the world and how his magic works. However, the book was VERY... fluffy? Keras is some kind of social justice warrior and his choices left me alienated from him because they we...

  • Soima Traian
    Apr 07, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

  • Micperk
    Apr 24, 2019

    Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Continuously fun and light-hearted in tone, Six Sacred Swords was a great beginning to a new spin-off series by Andrew Rowe. Six Sacred Swords is the first book in Weapons and Wielders series by Andrew Rowe. It ...

    By this point, (and I don't mean at the point of Dawnbreaker) I'm pretty much hooked on anything that Rowe writes. It doesn't matter anymore. My trust is always rewarded. This here sets up a brand new series that happens to be set in the same world as Arcane Ascension but takes pla...

    I picked this title up after having read the first two Arcane Ascension books and I am very excited about the prospect of another new series beginning in the same world. I really enjoyed those titles, and this is kind of a prequel series following one of the characters, Keras, and his ...

    Fun and fantastic! An absolutely fun read from beginning to end! I've been crazily excited for this book since the first day I heard about it and it 100% held up in end! Now I'm excitedly awaiting the others!! ...

    Pretty bad The MC is supposed to be a 20 something man but he acts like a 5 year old anime character. I kept hoping that it would get better towards the end but no. Children have more mental maturity and strategy sense than him. I gave the book an extra star because it was slightly ...

    This was a great story, loved it! My only qualm is the dissonance between Keras personality as he was described in previous books and in this one. Also his reluctance to hurt enemies, even when he is in danger. ...

    Six Sacred Swords by Andrew Rowe is the first book in a new series set in the same world as his War of Broken Mirrors series and his Arcane Ascension series. It is set as a sort of interlude that takes place directly following the ending of On the Shoulders of Titans the second book in...

    4.25 Stars ...

    Who doesn't like big, brawny dudes and awesome, romance-loving dragons being badass and fighting? I sure as hell love it. Getting a glimpse behind the veil that is Keras is interesting, fun, and a good bit of story telling and world building. I wasn't as in love with the fact ...

    Oh man, I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Ascension series so when I saw this up for grabs on my kindle I knew it wouldn't be too long before I read it. This book is based in the same world as his other books and is a great addition to the overall scope of the world he's created. This is de...