The Knight and The Bandit Knights of The Compass #3 summary ✓ 8


The Knight and The Bandit Knights of The Compass #3

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For the last ten years Sir Rumple Stilz of the East has been working for Northern King Maas in order to search the mines for Sven the boy he failed to protect When his loyalty comes into uestion King Maas threatens the lives of the three people Rumple cares for most weapons master Vider and twin boys Danny an. Much like the second one nothing like the first Not my jam

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D JonathanTo save his friends Rumple must prove his allegiance to the Northern king by bringing to him the lone bandit that attacked the royal carriage in Treacle Wood With no way for Rumple to fake the bandit’s death as he’s done in the past he has no choice but to go against his principles and sacrifice. Loved how the plot of the Knights of the Compass keeps evolving and gets deeper However I enjoyed this story a little less Can't wait for the next part It sounds really interesting De Gaulle et Churchill (Tempus t. 34) of the Knights La France après Napoléon: Invasions et occupations (1814-1818) of the Compass keeps evolving and gets deeper However I enjoyed this story a little less Can't wait for the next part It sounds really interesting

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One man for the sake of three A tough decision but he will not fail his friends like he did Sven But what will he do when he discovers that the lone bandit is the same man Rumple has been searching forThe man Rumple cannot forgetOut NowA gay fairy tale Contains explicit gay sex bloody violence and a happy en. MM romance


10 thoughts on “The Knight and The Bandit Knights of The Compass #3

  1. says:

    The third story of Knights of the Compass features Knight Rumple Rowan Wolf's friend from story #2 and the man he lost ten years ago Sven Based on this blurb I was really expecting something emotional Imagine 10 years separation without knowing whether Sven was alive and Rumple had to even pretend to be a knight for a king he despisedAlas it didn't really hit the mark I am blaming the length this timeI wanted to know how Sven survived the mines he said that someone sacrificed his life for Sven to be able to run but HOW?? I was frustrated that it wasn't explained Then when Rumple and Sven met again it was so uickly move from disbelief feeling of distrust to trust to one of those I'll never let him hurt you so let me sacrifice myself acts I'm getting whiplash I think if this is lengthier it has a good foundation for angst emotional reunion and fight against evil story Unfortunately the length makes it undeveloped sadIt was just an okay read this time I didn't love it like the previous two


  2. says:

    And the plot thickens lol This is certainly turning into an interesting series I hope I get a solid resolution in the next book Rumple and Sven were as interesting as the rest and as enjoyable I would of liked a little detail on how Sven got out of the mines But I'm now resigned to these not having as much detail as I would like


  3. says:

    Much like the second one nothing like the first Not my jam


  4. says:

    This one is a fantasy novella inspired by the Rumpelstilzchen or however you write the english version fairy tale I'm not very familiar with said tale so I'm not sure how many elements it took from there but I guess it's a fairly loose interpretationI liked how fast the plot of this one advanced but I had a harder time concentration on this one than the others Content warnings include slavery whipping as punishment execution mentions of death through illness willfull killing of a child drugging someone against their will violence


  5. says:

    I enjoyed the story the angst the underlying theme of love lost and the characters Sven and Rumple I do realize that this series is a retelling of classic fairytales and Rumple's name pretty well clues you in to which one this is loosely based on And I do mean loosely That being said it's still a nice little afternoon escape read


  6. says:

    Loved how the plot of the Knights of the Compass keeps evolving and gets deeper However I enjoyed this story a little less Can't wait for the next part It sounds really interesting


  7. says:

    3 Stars


  8. says:

    MM romance


  9. says:

    This is the third story of the Knights of the CompassI admit I have a soft spot for these stories I've finished all four of them now and can't wait for the next story The idea of taking fairy tales giving them a new twist but keeping some of their distinguishing attributes is intriguing And I loved the resultOkay I suffered in this one It was so hopeless in the beginning How could Rumple save his friends without sacrifying Sven? Okay the solution was always there so well and why oh whyMaster Vider?And again I wished it would have been a bit longer Give me a bit time to adapt from the innocent boy Sven to the hard bandit find the spark between him and Rumple still alive It was good well written but somewhere somehow a bit too fastAnd it actually bugged me that we never got an explanation or a reaction by the other knights for the accusation of Sir Ryan


  10. says:

    I think I'm one of a few people who count Rumplestiltskin as one of their very favorite fairytales It's the riddles I tell you I like how the author incorporated the straw being spun into gold and the three tries kudos I did have a lot of unanswered uestions though Who was in that carriage? Sir Ryan and Danny what happened? It was great to see the characters from the two previous novels Bit confusing with point of views but still managed to be engaging Excited for the next one


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