It's my favorite volume of this three book series. Jan 26, LadyCalico rated it it was amazing. Great little allegory, fantasy, adventure with lovable characters, truly evil villains, and most people just selfishly huddling someplace in-between, just concerned with their own hides. The plot thickens, more characters are added, and this story is more complex than the first, but it is an equally engrossing page-turner with lots of interesting lessons to contemplate. It would be great to read and discuss with your children, or just enjoy on your own--a story for people of all ages.
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About Laura Lond.
- Lété sauvage (Romans étrangers) (French Edition);
- The Lord is my Shepherd.
- Lovecraft eZine - May 2012 - Issue 14.
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Laura Lond. Laura Lond is an internationally published author of several novels and a collection of short stories. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Having worked for 2 years at a literary museum, Laura entered the world of business, working for large international corporations like Xerox Ltd.
After moving from Europe to the United States, she has been self-employed as a freelanc Laura Lond is an internationally published author of several novels and a collection of short stories.
- Poor Dog Bright;
- Une nuit de trop (Suspense) (French Edition).
- The Journey?
- The Palace (The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres, #2).
The dangerous dark elf he holds captive and uses as his protection from the neighboring country of Kerbia has drawn the attention of Welmar, a kingdom even more powerful. The Welmarians have offered a generous sum for the prisoner; refusing the offer could mean war. Words: 13, Published: September 30, Renown and knighted for capturing the fearsome Dark Elf of Syron, Sir Fredric has nagging doubts about his victory.
Was it all some devious scheme? Fredric has enough enemies who would want to compromise his honor, especially with the prestigious Jewel Quest coming up. Words: 41, Language: English. Published: September 25, His power is great. The price he has paid for it and the pain he carries are even greater.
He can be ruthless then. However, he still has a heart. He is learning to let it beat once again. This is a combined edition of Books of the Dark Elf of Syron series of fantasy novellas. It is approximately 41, words printed pages.
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Words: 17, Words: 8, Published: September 19, Captain Torren, the warden of the Dormigan Prison, knows that the mysterious Prisoner 34 is much more dangerous than the authorities think. Words: 9, Published: September 8, Words: 7, Published: May 30, Adelia has no one to blame for her heartache. Everyone except her mother had told her it was folly to marry an elf, citing a host of reasons. Adelia knew their warnings were not unfounded. She had chosen her path.
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Words: 75, Published: February 11, Having completed his difficult journey, Jecosan makes it to his destination — the king's palace — but so has his enemy, whom he is yet to discover. Jecosan enters in service to the king as a kitchen worker, proving himself worthy of the task and more. Still, he has much to learn while looking to fulfill his purpose. Book 2 of The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres trilogy.
Russian edition. Words: 49, His warrior father killed and his mother dead by the time he was eight, Jecosan Tarres is young and poor. Yet he has things many men do not: a faithful heart, a strong spirit, and the knowledge of truth. On a life defining journey with his dog Gart and friend Dalian, he goes to Kanavar, the ancient capital of Meoria.
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In the service of the king, he must prevent the war that is about to break out. Words: 50, How far would a villain go to help a friend? Lord Arkus of Blackriver Castle thinks doing three heroic deeds is a bit too far. Russian language edition. Words: 28, Published: February 10, Lord Arkus readily admits he is a villain and sees no reason why it should stop him from being the protagonist of this book. After all, Prince Kellemar has defeated him in a rather questionable way.
Bent on revenge, Arkus wants to catch an evil spirit who would make him nearly invincible, but a last-minute mistake leaves him with a Sparkling instead—"a goody-goody spirit that helps heroes. As the society is discovering capitalism and freedoms of various kinds, the majority of people are left to survive however they prefer.
The country descends into chaos, with the newly rich making their own rules. Crimes are neither solved nor punished…or are they? A novella. Words: 12, One poor working girl is desperate enough to try it.