Aethir [NOOK Book]

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Chronicles Of The Dark Sword Book Two

Sequel to BlackThorn

The Storm god has grown in power and turns his wrath towards the east. The kingdom of Trondhiem has long stood as a bastion against his forces. But Trondhiem is now locked in ...
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Aethir

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Overview

(NEW VERSION,is now available, reformatted and with corrections.)

Chronicles Of The Dark Sword Book Two

Sequel to BlackThorn

The Storm god has grown in power and turns his wrath towards the east. The kingdom of Trondhiem has long stood as a bastion against his forces. But Trondhiem is now locked in the throes of a civil war; a usurper has claimed the crown and the armies of man are ill prepared for the coming conflict.

The Kingdoms of man must unite to stand before the forces of the Morne, and the dark horrors that have joined with them.

Marcos the last of the immortals and his companions must venture through the lands of their enemy and into the unknown realms beyond. Where Connell will face the challenge left by a long dead man of great power. In its outcome rests the fate of the world.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012187291
  • Publisher: DeWayne Kunkel
  • Publication date: 3/13/2011
  • Series: Chronicles of the Dark Sword , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 282
  • Sales rank: 187,794
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Born in 1964 at a U.S Military installation in France, DeWayne M Kunkel has served in the U.S Navy and has widely traveled the world. Painting and writing are two of his passions. He currently lives on the Space Coast of Florida.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2014

    Zack to the author

    Good job!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2014

    Kirby and the Dark Phoenix: Chapter 9

    ((Sorry I didn't make chapter yesterday. First day back in school. Anyway, so far I did things through Kirby's point of view, and I only broke the monotone briefly with the scene at Daro's place. Thought it wouldn't hurt to devote a chapter or two to Epic's point of view. If you want me to go back to Kirby's p.o.v. next chapter, that'll be fine with me. But I'll go back to Kirby after the chapter after this.))<p>Epic guided Dynablade through the clouds. She looked at Kirby, and he waved at her. Waving back, she refocused her attention on Dynablade. It was harder to ride a giant bird than she fought it would be. Plus, it has been eight hours since they took off, and fatigue was starting to show in Dynablade. Suddenly, a large figure emerged from the clouds. It had had gray face on the front part. Riding it was a round figure with wearing a cape and a iron mask which yellow eyes shone through. It looked at Kirby and looks of recognition flashed in its eyes. Of course, it was Meta Knight! Kirby gestured to Epic that they should land on Meta's ship. "Fine." Said Epic. Geez, did Kirby make a truce with Meta Knight since the Magolor incident? She guided Dynablade towards the ship.<p>***<p>"It is good to see you again, Kirby." Said the masked warrior. He glanced at Epic and the others. "And who are they?" "Um, I'm Epic. And the three journeying with us are Tac, Wheelie, and Sir Kibbles." She saw a strange look in Meta Knight's eyes when she said Kibbles' name. "I know." She said. Kirby gestured to him that they should talk somewhere private. Meta Knight agreed , and they went to the pilot's room.<p>Kirby explained everything what with gestures to Meta Knight, Epic filling in what he forgot to mention. "I see. So you are looking for this Dragomagma to retrieve the Star Rod? I shall transport you there from here, if that is fine with you." Offered Meta Knight. Kirby accepted the offer, and Epic said gratefully "Thank you! I was afraid that Dynablade might fall out of the sky any moment!" Meta Knight simply nodded and Epic, Tac, Wheelie, Sir Kibbles, and Kirby sat while Meta Knight piloted the ship.<p>An uneventful hour passed. Epic asked Meta if she can stock up on supplies and weapons, and he said she may. Epic grabbed food, tomatoes, and water, while she got a new spear and some shurians for Tac. Suddenly she heard a crash. It was coming from the pilot's room! She quickly ran there.<p>It was total chaos. The others were fighting off a wave of strange looking things. They had legs of a bird, snout of a dragon, and wings of a bat. They are red with a yellow streak over their eyes and three yellow spots over the upper eyelid, which lazily drooped over half of thier eyes, and thier large pupils were blue. She tossed aside her pack and st<_>abbed one of the things through eye, and tossed it against the wall. She fought them screaming bl<_>oody mu<_>rder. But they kept coming. Eventually a Waddle Dee walked over to her. It was bronze colored, with glowing green eyes. "HELLO. I AM MECHA WADDLE DEE." It said in a robotic voice. "I AM HERE TO CAPTURE YOU. SURRENDER, AND YOU SHALL BE SPARED." It continued. "Never. Now, get outta here, or I'm gonna have to get you repaired!" She lunged her spear at it, but Mecha grabbed it, and pulled it out of her grip with un-Dreamlander strength. It punched her in her face in a flash of bronze. Before she got up, she felt a hard, painful feeling of metal against sk<_>ull, and she blacked out.<p>((What do you think?))

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