In Son of the Sword, J. Ardian Lee transported readers to a land of unsurpassed beauty-at a time when its people faced their darkest hour. Now, twentieth-century American Dylan Matheson returns to eighteenth-century Scotland-to challenge history itself....
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Outlaw Sword Reviews
ahhhh my heart broke twice!!!
Second in The Sword Trilogy series written by J Ardian Lee, Outlaw Sword is the continuing story of Dylan Matheson. A 21st century American traveling through time to his ancestral home. I recently read Son of the Sword and was looking forward to reading the follow up novel.The first book of The Sword Trilogy transported me into the Scottish hHighlands of yesteryear and this novel continued to do so. I devoured the setting and historical content combined with the fantasy content in the first book and I had hoped this one would emulate the same unique combination of generes. However, unlike Son of the Sword, I found this story felt more like a romance novel.Again, Dylan's character was believable, though the inclusion of his childhood friend Cody was a tad akward. Cody's character could have been a bit more developed with less emphasis on her matrimonial relationship and more on he budding witchcraft talents. I am assuming her inclusion will be developed more in the third story.
Outlaw Sword - GJ. Ardian LeeTransported to 18th-century Scotland by the fairy Sinnan, martial artist Dylan Matheson found a new home and a woman he loved before he was returned to his world to save his own life. Fearing for the safety of his beloved Cait and the child of their passion, Dylan returns again to try to change history, knowing that this time his journey leads in only one direction. Lee's sequel to Son of the Sword portrays a man's unyielding courage and devotion to family and honor.Not as good as 1st book
This book sorely disappointed this reader. I really enjoyed the first book in the series. This book suffered as Lee described daily life in eighteenth century, rural Scotland. Well researched, but doesn’t make for a riveting read. I would have not minded as much, but then Lee killed off the primary female character. This just didn’t work for me. I guess I refuse to believe in the ABSOLUTE immutability of fate. I believe that on some levels our actions can determine outcome. So I just couldn’t believe that these two couldn’t have HEA! I read fiction because it’s NOT realistic. Ugh! Depressing.
In enjoyed this book, installment tow of four. Dylan Matheson is still trying to help his clan without changing too much history. He finds his love and loses her but Scotland id his home forever.
This one was sad because of the murder of Cait. You just wanted Dylan to slice the head off of Connor Ramsay.