BlackThorn's Doom [NOOK Book]

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Chronicles of the Dark Sword Book Three
The Conclusion

The Kingdoms of the east have united, the armies of men rally to make their stand. Hopelessly outnumbered by the forces of the Storm God, they fight a ...
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BlackThorn's Doom

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Overview

june 11 New Version uploaded, reformatted with corrections.

Chronicles of the Dark Sword Book Three
The Conclusion

The Kingdoms of the east have united, the armies of men rally to make their stand. Hopelessly outnumbered by the forces of the Storm God, they fight a losing battle to protect their homeland.
Marcos and his companions must venture into the very stronghold of their enemy in an attempt to put an end to his treachery. It is a slim hope that they offer, but it is the only chance left to mankind.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012395962
  • Publisher: DeWayne Kunkel
  • Publication date: 3/23/2011
  • Series: Chronicles of the Dark Sword, #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 266
  • Sales rank: 310,823
  • File size: 273 KB

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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  • Posted January 23, 2015

    I was entertained

    Lots ands I mean lots of errors, incorrect word usage (I.e. to instead of too). Otherwise nice ending to the trilogy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2014

    Yellowstar

    Hehe drabiturds

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2014

    Kirby and the Dark Phoenix: Chapter 10

    Daro watched as a small creature that looks like a boxer wearing headband walked in with two Dark Waddle Dees. He look at the sword held in boxer's hands. "Well done, Knuckle Joe." Said the Dark Phoenix, eying the sword. It had a hilt of silver and a blade of shadow iron, which is harder than the average iron. "Yeah, we found the Dark Sword in the middle of a desert." Said Knuckle Joe. Daro nodded, not caring. He threw up the Nightmare Rod and the Dark Sword, suspended in the air. "Whatcha doing?" Asked his servant. "Fusing them." Daro answered as purple electricity surrounded the two artifacts.<p>"... should we keep the cat and the Waddle Dee? They can be pretty use-" "No, the Waddle Dee knows enough where she can escape, and I don't like cats." Epic opened her eyes, head pounding. There were two of the creatures she fought earlier. "Finally! The Waddle Dee's up!" One of them sqrawked. "Well, I'll be! Thought she never wake up! I mean, look at her! She can definitely can lose some weight! I'm still surprised she didn't have a st<_>roke in her sleep!" The other laughed. "You little-" Epic lunged toward them, only to find out she and the others were bound with rope. The creatures laughed. "That proves that proves right there that Drabatirds are better than Waddle Dees!" Said one Drabatird. With that they walked off laughing. "Those things could be taught a lesson." Muttered Epic. Then she looked closer at the situation. She was stuck between Kirby and Meta Knight, who was stripped of his cape and mask, revealing a blue body similar to Kirby, bat wings, and milky white eyes. More than likely, Tac, Wheelie, and Sir Kibbles were tied up. She looked up and saw Lumin in a cage, who was off exploring the ship. "Hey, Lumin. Any ideas?" The sparrow replied "I only know that you must break the rope." Epic nodded (which made her head hurt), and began to think. Eventually, she came up with an idea. "Yo, Wheelie." Wheelie answered "What is it?" "Can you roll foward?" Epic asked. "I can try." Then Epic felt her stomach being pulled in, which made it a little harder to breath. "Keep going!" She urged. It got tighter and tighter, until the rope snapped. The others jumped in surprise. "Let's go!"<p>After freeing Lumin, they found thier weapons, the backpack, and Meta's cape and mask. They snuck around, guided by Meta Knight, until Kirby bumped into a box. The Drabatirds turned around and noticed the gang. "THEY'RE GETTING AWAY!" Yelled one. Then they ran. Epic and Kirby took up the rear. Epic found a Drabatird that she was sure was the one that told his buddy that Epic needed to lose weight. "Ello, Bob!" She st<_>abbed her spear through the Drabatird. "G'bye, Bob!" She tossed it through a window. Kirby and Epic fought back the advancing Drabatirds while they ran eventually they reached the top of the ship. Dynablade was tied down. Meta Knight cut through the ropes, and they got on. "Hurry!" Chirped Lumin. Then they flew off. Drabatirds flew after them, determined to capture them again.<p>((Did you see the Billy the Kid reference? Anyway, tell me what you think.))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2014

    Good story line with reasonably developed characters. Looking f

    Good story line with reasonably developed characters. Looking forward to reading the next novel in this trilogy.

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    Posted March 5, 2012

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    Posted April 16, 2011

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