Kings and Sorcerers Bundle (Books 2 and 3) - Morgan Rice

Kings and Sorcerers Bundle (Books 2 and 3)

By Morgan Rice

  • Release Date: 2016-02-25
  • Genre: Fantasy
Score: 4
From 158 Ratings


“An action packed fantasy sure to please fans of Morgan Rice’s previous novels, along with fans of works such as The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini…. Fans of Young Adult Fiction will devour this latest work by Rice and beg for more.”
--The Wanderer, A Literary Journal (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

The #1 Bestselling series! 

A bundle of  books 2 and 3 in Morgan Rice’s #1 Bestselling fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS (RISE OF THE VALIANT and THE WEIGHT OF HONOR). Here are two bestselling novels, all in one convenient file. 

In RISE OF THE VALIANT, Kyra is sent on an urgent quest: to cross Escalon and seek out her uncle in the mysterious Tower of Ur. The time has come for her to learn about who she is, who her mother is, and to train and develop her special powers. Her father, Duncan, must lead his men south, to the great water city of Esephus, to attempt to free his fellow countrymen from the iron grip of Pandesia. Alec escapes with Marco from The Flames to find himself on the run through the Wood of Thorns, chased by exotic beasts. Merk, despite his better judgment, turns back to help the girl, and finds himself, for the first time in his life, entangled in a stranger’s affairs. Vesuvius spurs his giant as he leads the Trolls on their mission underground, attempting to bypass The Flames, while the dragon, Theos, has his own special mission on Escalon.

In THE WEIGHT OF HONOR, Kyra finally meets her cryptic uncle, and is shocked to discover he is not the man she expected. She embarks on a period of training which will test her stamina and her frustration, as she soon encounters the limits of her power. Duncan must descend the peaks of Kos with his new army and, vastly outnumbered, launch a risky invasion on the capital. If he wins, waiting behind its ancient walls, he knows, will be the old king and his nest of nobles and aristocrats, all with their own agendas, all of them as quick to betray as they are to embrace. Alec, in Ur, must tap his unique skills in the forge to aid the resistance if they have any chance of defending against the looming Pandesian invasion. Merk finally enters the tower of Ur, and is stunned by what he discovers. Vesuvius leads his Troll nation across a vulnerable Escalon, devastating the land, while Theos, enraged at what becomes of his son, is on a rampage himself, and will not stop until all of Escalon is aflame. 

With its strong atmosphere and complex characters, KINGS AND SORCERERS is a sweeping saga of knights and warriors, of kings and lords, of honor and valor, of magic, destiny, monsters and dragons. It is fantasy at its finest, inviting us into a world that will live with us forever, one that appeals to all ages and genders.


  • Good story, frustrating proofreading

    By Eweberdc
    The story is good, but my goodness this series is filled with typos and inconsistencies. For instance, how does a staff thrown at a squid atop a waterfall as she falls appear in the heroine’s hands in the next chapter? It is frustrating to muddle through them, and takes away from the books.
  • Kings and Sorcerers pt. 1,2,and 3

    By Lanzsy
    It was a great read-and I can’t wait to get the rest of the series.
  • Very poor editing and inconsistencies

    By Mattttjoooo
    I downloaded a sample of the first book in this series and it seems interesting so I bought the 3 book set. I'm midway into book 2 and have found well over 30 mistakes missing words and mixed sentences. The events throughout the book are bemoaning more and more simplistic and incomplete. Phrases are repeated over and over and the logic inconsistent. Very disappointing overall in my opinion.
  • Kings and Sorcerers

    By AFRogstad
    This story is pitiful. The writing is rife with errors, omitted words, and character swaps where the author substitutes an antagonist's name for a protagonist's. Further, the author has either not hired an ancient weapons advisor, or has ignored the advice. A thrown sword flying end-over-end is not as reliably accurate as the author portrays, and this is seemingly a favorite method of demonstrating martial prowess. Character after character "saves the day" by throwing away their weapon. Your money can be spent in much better ways than by purchasing this drivel.