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Mar 01, Yablon rated it really liked it. The action is still thrilling and I do love the world built in the scenes in between but the lack of variety is marked step down from the last book in the series which quite frankly had a bit of everything. Feb 17, Thomas rated it really liked it. This volume of the Quaeryt story line is almost purely military. With his wife back in the capital, Quaeryt is free to develop his military imaging skills.
Politically, there is conflict with local landholders and military bureaucracy. Modesitt, L. Imager Portfolio No.
Tor, This was a very satisfying story, as the imagers under Quaeryt at last come into their own as a fighting force—without which Lord Bhayar could not have won his campaign. The ending is particularly dramatic. If you don't like war dominating the story, find a spoiler review, because this is mostly that. I don't mind a good war story, which this was, and it continued a very good story line. If you've made it this far in the Quaeryt story line, you should enjoy Imager's Battalion. Oct 31, Fietspomp rated it liked it Shelves: possession.
Aug 02, Frank rated it really liked it. Very good! War is Hell!
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Quart as soldier in the war with Rex Kharst. I really enjoyed this one.
Apr 11, Josephine rated it really liked it. I liked the adventure. Dec 05, Sibylle rated it really liked it. NIce continuation of the series. This is a great book from a great series. If you are into reading books with a creative story, that deal with interesting points of view, read this book. Rereading the parts of the Imager series.
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Still a good read! Mar 31, Marlene rated it it was amazing. Originally published at Reading Reality Imager's Battalion does something amazing. It manages to embody that utter cliche of military campaigning--"hurry up and wait", and make it compelling reading at the same time. All because Quaeryt is one of those characters who has a mind that the reader is more than willing to live in for hours at a time.
He is a joy to follow.
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Even as merely a subcommander in his brother-in-law's army, Quaeryt's internal life fascinates, whether or not his external world Originally published at Reading Reality Imager's Battalion does something amazing. Even as merely a subcommander in his brother-in-law's army, Quaeryt's internal life fascinates, whether or not his external world carries a lot of action.
In Quaeryt's earlier adventures, Scholar and especially Princeps , Modesitt managed to make even being a bureaucrat interesting. But in Imager's Battalion, Quaeryt is on the road in the midst of an an invading army.
Quaeryt's brother-in-law, Bhayar, is invading the kingdom of Rex Kharst. Bhayar is returning the favor, after Kharst invaded Bhayar's country of Telaryn. But Bhayar has bigger dreams. His plan is to unite all of Lydar. The entire continent. He dreams of empire. He married the orphan scholar Quaeryt to his sister Vaelora because he believed that Quaeryt's intelligence and talent would be of use to him in his plans.
Quaeryt knows all of this, but he has plans of his own. Scholars are not respected in Telaryn. He hopes that by assisting Bhayar, he can raise their status. But Quaeryt is more. His plan is to make Imagers indispensible to the would-be emperor.
About Vaelora--she is the love of his life. Marrying her was the best thing that ever happened to Quaeryt. And vice-versa. Even if she also provides Bhayar with another lever that he can wield against the increasingly powerful Imager. But Bhayar knows that Quaeryt can only achieve his goals if Bhayar achieves his. And that there are some powerful military leaders who have a vested interest in keeping Bhayar weak and making sure that Quaeryt dies in the campaign.
The question is, who is the traitor?
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And will Quaeryt burn himself out before that traitor, or worse, traitors, can be uncovered? Escape Rating A: Quaeryt is a compelling character to watch. He does seem just a bit too good to be true, but that's part of what makes him so fascinating. He doesn't think he's all that special.
He's constantly trying to get people not to think so highly of him. He's concerned about too many people pinning their hopes on him, and being as disappointed in him as he frequently is in himself. A story about day-to-day life in a military campaign should be dull. But Imager's Battalion so very much is not. The story was absorbing because we're looking at the campaign through Quaeryt's eyes, and he never stops thinking about everything that he sees.
It's not just a military campaign to him. It's a campaign to change the world, and every incident is factored into what he can learn from it. Quaeryt is still learning how to be an officer. He's also learning how to teach other Imagers how to be Imagers, and it's very much a trial and error process.
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Some days that's mostly error. And he's always furthering his own campaign, mostly from very behind the scenes, of how to improve conditions for Scholars and Imagers. His goals are very long term. And he has to keep himself, and Bhayar, alive long enough to make it all happen. It's a very tall order. If you enjoy epic fantasy, this series is excellent.
Imager is the place to start.
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You won't be sorry. I can't wait for the next book in this series, Antiagon Fire , due in May. I'm expecting fantastic things! Apr 14, Arthur rated it it was amazing. I've read most of Modesitt's books no small task, actually - he's very prolific and honestly, there's only ever been a single one that I haven't truly enjoyed. Sitting down to read a Modesitt novel feels like coming home out of the cold and I eagerly anticipate them. That being said, however, there are obviously some that I enjoy more than others.
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Some of my favorites have been the early books of the Recluce sage, the Parafaith War, and the Soprano Sorceress series. I think I've now added a I've read most of Modesitt's books no small task, actually - he's very prolific and honestly, there's only ever been a single one that I haven't truly enjoyed. I think I've now added a new series to that list. The first Imager books were excellent, and I loved them, but they weren't really some of my favorites. This second Imager series, though it started slowly, has reached that exalted status of "favorite" in my mind.