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  • ISBN-13: 9780975453308
  • Publisher: Lachesis Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2004
  • Pages: 263

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2005

    A Solid Beginning...

    Long ago Hydrais was banished to the Netherworld. His fortress was destroyed and sealed. Problem is that no one knew Hydrais had already hidden a scroll in the bowels of his underground domain called Trünith. He had also forged a special mirror. Its sole purpose was to summon him back into this world if his body was ever diminished. ............................................. Wrantha is the 'Keeper of the Nether' and one of the gods that balance all the planes that form the fabric of time. He wrote the Black Book of Wrantha in which he posted powerful secrets. It is balanced by the Book of Light, guarded by the goddess Sheevos. Her spirit is currently residing in a magic Elfstone, named after her. Long has the Sheevos Elfstone resided in the Temple of Arünir. Recently, though, the Sheevos has been stolen. No one seems to know who took it or where it may now be. As for the Black Book of Wrantha, it is in the hands of Haarath, a dark magician. ............................................. Hydrais' mirror has now been found and used to locate the hidden city of Trünith, where the scroll is kept. Dark forces are gathering to shred the balance so that chaos and destruction may reign. ............................................. All hope of defeating the coming foes rests upon a small group of beings. Farrin is the greatest of all giants. King Hrathis is the greatest king of men. Aeligon the Healer is a powerful wizard with his apprentice's soul trapped within his staff. Ithyllna is an elf maiden with an acrobatic flair and a deadly member of the Vrünyn Guards. Foran is the best elf archer. And most importantly, Aerinas, who is the elfin heir to the House of Lythardia and gifted with magic that he has yet to master. .................................................................... ...................... **** I wondered why the author called this 'Part Zero'. Now I understand. Within this novel the battle lines are drawn and the readers learn about the wondrous characters. An interesting mix it is too! There are insect-like monsters called Cray, Orcs, Goblins, Trolls, Elfs, Giants, Wizards, and (my favorite of legendary creatures) a Roc! I sometimes got my characters confused, so you may have a bit of trouble with that. Many characters begin with the letter H and two of the major characters, Aeligon and Aerinas, can easily be read wrong. Otherwise, this is an excellent beginning to a terrific set of novels. I look forward to the next! ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2005

    Great read, despite grammatical errors

    B.T. Robertson debuts in a great way with Chronicles of the Planeswalkers, Part Zero! Although there were some glaring grammar issues that popped up here and there, it didn't detract from the overall quality of the nontraditional storyline he is attempting to weave. The idea of alternate dimensions, and what B.T. calls 'Planes', intrigues me. B.T.'s descriptions are second to none in how they're presented; not too much, not too little, just the right dose of the backdrop of a fantasy world that is relatable and believable, which brings the element of discovery to life. For a first-time author, I don't see how much better this first book could be. I was also surprised at the quality of the book itself. The matte finish was a surprising twist on an otherwise glossy world of books on the shelves. From the cover art to the font to the layout, LBF Books has shown that it can produce an excellent product while keeping the price competitive. In contrast to other comments I've seen elsewhere on the Internet, the artwork is fantastic. I don't recall too many first-time authors having such beautiful artwork in their first trade paperback, and it's obvious to me that it was no amateur effort. While it is a given that every author is in some stage of learning their craft, B.T. Robertson is proving that he has the ability to write awesome and dynamic dialog, exposition, and possesses a keen imagination for the world he's created. Anyone who can't see each individual personality shining through for each and every character isn't reading it, they're skimming it. I could have given it three stars for the grammar mistakes and some proofreading errors (some funny tab issues blend some paragraphs at some points), but the fact that B.T. has captured my interest with his character's dialog is a testament to his growing skill at writing speculative fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2005

    Loved It!

    I was so impressed by the quality of the book. The cover artwork, the interiors and the print...fabulous. When I began to read Chronicles of the Planewalkers, I realised it was not quite what I had expected. Reading was slower than normal - the story was complex, The characters names and places unusual and quite original. B.T draws you slowly into the story with the first character Aerinas, a Krayn elf and my personal favourite...He is being pursued by direwolves.. I loved the fact that there was so much detail, you could imagine being right there, taking in the misty woody air and before long, I found I was reading much faster getting totally engrossed in this wonderful fantasy adventure. Unusual events spring up throughout the book and will keep you intrigued and surprised. I have to mention 'Pux' what a fabulous character.. I would love to go on and mention so much more but then I would spoil it for all of you who have yet to read this book. There is no doubt though..once you have read Part Zero, you will want to get your hands on Part One... We will all have to wait to see where B.T takes his characters and of course the reader this time!

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