The Battle of the Round #2020

The Battle of the Round By Peter Orullian The Battle of the Round In wartime what price honor when the odds are against you the enemy is remorseless and it is the eleventh hour A Sheason who lives to help his people faces a terrible choice on the battlefield whe
  • Title: The Battle of the Round
  • Author: Peter Orullian
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  • Page: 105
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  • The Battle of the Round By Peter Orullian In wartime, what price honor, when the odds are against you, the enemy is remorseless, and it is the eleventh hour A Sheason who lives to help his people faces a terrible choice on the battlefield when all defenses have failed and the only choice seems to be to do the one thing that separates him from his most hated adversary.
    The Battle of the Round By Peter Orullian
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      Published :2020-05-21T05:43:04+00:00

    About "Peter Orullian"

    1. Peter Orullian

      Peter Orullian has worked in marketing at Xbox for nearly a decade, most recently leading the Music and Entertainment marketing strategy for Xbox LIVE, and has toured as a featured vocalist internationally at major music festivals He has published several short stories The Unremembered is his first novel He lives in Seattle.

    122 thoughts on “The Battle of the Round”

    1. Incredibly powerful story What would we be willing to sacrifice to save some of our fellow men This short story eloquently depicts what many who we know would be willing to do I love how the author is able to put into words and into story the feelings that many of us have This is my co favorite of his short stories the other being The Cradle of the Scar Reading the short stories gives so much meaning and background to The Unremembered I don t think I ve ever experienced an author before who is [...]


    2. Gosh I hate the star system 3.5 or 3.75 Okay so now I realised that I am not a big fan of Orullian s writing style, but the context, the plot and the characters are perfect to me He used the word indignation too much and that made their righteous anger seem a bit childish as if it offends instead of hurt, and these things matter in a short story Overall it was good.Oh and one thing, I have read A LOT of battle scenes, but this one beats them all Except the ones Sanderson writes of course



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