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The Erevis Cale Trilogy [Paul S. Kemp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the mean streets of Sembia Erevis Cale might just seem . From Book 1: Erevis Cale – simple butler or much, much more? The shadows grow long on the mean streets of Selgaunt and the sun sets on one man’s service. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Paul S. Kemp is the author of several previous Forgotten Book 3 of 3 in The Erevis Cale Trilogy (3 Book Series).

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Dec 05, Ed rated it really liked it Shelves: The first short story really added some background on the characters of Erevis Cale and Drasek Riven, along with tying into the core trilogy seamlessly. So am I recommending you go pick up this omnibus this very second? You’ll never want to put the book down for too long and all the little details and hints of what’s to come are still there.

The Erevis Cale Trilogy Series in Order – Paul S. Kemp – FictionDB

I feel Erevis and I are kindred spirits. All Formats Kindle Edition. And that made me curious. I always like this little nods. I am not digging Fleet very much. The first book starts kinda trillogy but it builds up in the middle and it finally speeds up during the ending. The fight sequences are awe-inspiring and exciting. Aside from the emotional impact there is, it’s just plain breathtaking.

No moustache-twirling b-movie villains here at all!


Cale is only able to shear the sphere into two halves, but he is able to recover one of the halves. It may be a slight let down, but I’m glad it didn’t turn out to be this huge world-changing event. Can Soulbound or the two stories from Dragon issues be found anywhere on their own? I also appreciate his character-building. The other villains are just there I would say, except one who is really enjoyable because his is suave and has no problems doing whatever to earn his freedom, as long things are optically pleasing and there are no profanities involved.

Aug 11, J. Overall, the characters are just plain amazing. They have also been referred to as the right and left hands of Mask. Looking forward to more of your work in the future.

Erevis Cale reading order | Paul S. Kemp, Fictioneer

It has likable and deep characters, the overall plot is solid and exciting, and it ends perfectly. I have previously reviewed The Erevis Cale Trilogy before this, but I will be taking a whole new look at the books and giving fresh thoughts on them. It happens to be the same as mine from my fathers side of the family that I have not had much interaction with since a child. Kemp has recently been writing novels set cald the Star Wars universe.

The death of Thamalon marked the end of Erevis’s service at the mansion, but not his loyalty to the rest of the family.

The Erevis Cale Trilogy

It’s quiet different from Spiderman’s “power-responsibility” theme, in this story to have great power means you have to lose something. When I finally jumped ttrilogy in a few months ago I caught up on Salvatore always my go-to guyand then continued with The Sundering.


I felt like no other books or characters could match that standard.

Along the way to this big-small ending, Kemp adds liberal doses of magical conflict, big mysteries, sword-toting bad-asses throwing down on smaller shrimps, the camaraderie of heroes-in-the-making, and some fun adventures.

Again, strong character development interspersed with deep and varied Realsmlore makes Kemp’s writing style highly addictive.

I also believe it was not wrote exceptionally well, but thats just my opinion. What a great idea, and what aplomb Kemp shows in his execution. However I did love Azriim a whole bunch and Riven is the most exciting. While he is a good character himself, something just dragged his scenes down.

Erevis Cale

The second part of the omnibus isn’t as acle as the first part. Azriim and Vraggen, throughout the course of the ttrilogy, are portrayed wonderfully. The main villain is great, but while being set up beautifully and described as incredibly powerful, he doesn’t do something incredible. But that’s expected, he is not good after all: Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 34mm While the love interest is awkward, at least now we see something building between Cale and Varra in their short scenes.

In the mean time Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.