Seer A Prequel to the Mongoliad When a merchant appears at the Catalonian chapter house of the Shield Brethren seeking to hire guards for his caravan young Andreas is suspicious Knights with his martial prowess are above protectin

  • Title: Seer: A Prequel to the Mongoliad
  • Author: Mark Teppo
  • ISBN: 9781469250519
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Audio CD
  • When a merchant appears at the Catalonian chapter house of the Shield Brethren, seeking to hire guards for his caravan, young Andreas is suspicious Knights with his martial prowess are above protecting mere cargo wagons Yet Andreas s wanderlust outweighs his concern, and soon the group is headed to the merchant s mountain village and into great danger As the caravan aWhen a merchant appears at the Catalonian chapter house of the Shield Brethren, seeking to hire guards for his caravan, young Andreas is suspicious Knights with his martial prowess are above protecting mere cargo wagons Yet Andreas s wanderlust outweighs his concern, and soon the group is headed to the merchant s mountain village and into great danger As the caravan approaches, a woman suffering from terrifying visions feverishly paints her latest revelation in her own blood The image horrifies her fellow villagers, who fear an imminent attack, or worse, the return of the brutal Inquisition But when Andreas deciphers the painting s true meaning, it may forever impact his wandering ways, his unspoken fears, and his very future with the Shield Brethren Following Sinner and Dreamer, this third and final prequel to The Mongoliad reveals the painful truth that sometimes seeing what is to come is far worse than not knowing.

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    About "Mark Teppo"

    1. Mark Teppo

      Mark Teppo has written nearly a dozen novels, both by himself and in collaboration with others His Codex of Souls urban fantasy series preceded the occult noir revival, and his eco thriller, Earth Thirst, revitalized the vampire mythology, bringing the old bloodsuckers into the 21st century Recently, he s been the Chief Creative Officer for Subutai Corporation where he was the showrunner and lead writer for the Foreworld Saga, a transmedia project that spans novels, video games, serialization, and comic books He is the founder and publisher of Resurrection House, a publishing company dedicated to restoring the love affair with the printed book.

    183 thoughts on “Seer: A Prequel to the Mongoliad”

    1. Another short back-story prequel to the Mongoliad trilogy. Mine came free with my copy of the third book in the trilogy, and this time Teppo is concentrating on Andreas. He's based with a small group of the Ordo Militum Vindicis Intactae – The Knights of the Virgin Avenger – in Barcelona when a visiting trader requests to hire them to escort his cargo up into the Pyrenees to a small village that they won't have heard of. No clear destination, no idea what's in the cargo, nor any idea why a t [...]


    2. Nice short story from the Foreworld saga. This one features Andreas who is one of my favorite characters and author Mark Teppo who is clearly one of the best of the Mongoliad bunch.


    3. Audiobook from Brilliance AudioNarrated by Luke DanielsLength: About 2 hoursNote: I received this audiobook as a complete package with the 3rd Mongoliad book, The Mongoliad: Book Three. This review only covers Seer: A Prequel to the Mongoliad, as I reviewed The Mongoliad: Book Three separately.With the first two Mongoliad books, I read the prequel delivered with the book before I read the main series book (i.e. I read Dreamer: A Prequel to the Mongoliad before I read The Mongoliad: Book Two). Ha [...]


    4. A quick, satisfying read. Very much the tonal flavor of the The Foreworld Saga from which it is spawned. It probably doesn't add much the the "why" of Andreas, in terms of revelations, but it does help build the character.Written with a competent hand, consistent and sensical language choicesce story arc, too, and while the ending clears both plate and palate, it still leaves one looking toward the kitchen for more. That would be a food metaphor of some kind, and that would mean it is lunchtime. [...]


    5. Another prequel, this time dealing with Andreas. He leads a band of Shield Breathern who has been hired to guard a caravan. There is a seer in this, who draws her visions on paper. It was alright, I really can't say any more without giving away some plot points. But it is a short book, so be warned there.


    6. This SideQuest had quite a few linkages to the Mongoliad and the other SideQuests, but there wasn't much action. Still, I enjoyed it and will continue and finish up the others.


    7. The SideQuests are actually excerpts from the Foreworld Saga instead of being independent sub novels. Disappointing. I do like the series as a whole so the 3 stars.





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