Delver Magic Book II: Throne of Vengeance

Delver Magic Book II: Throne of Vengeance

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by Jeff Inlo
     
 

The Sphere of Ingar has been destroyed, but a growing wind of rebellion leads to a new threat. The dwarf queen, Yave, declares war on the algors. Ryson Acumen attempts to intervene as the algors fight for their very existence and the elves threaten to unleash their own weapon of sheer terror. The overriding need that brought the races together is gone, and the land

Overview

The Sphere of Ingar has been destroyed, but a growing wind of rebellion leads to a new threat. The dwarf queen, Yave, declares war on the algors. Ryson Acumen attempts to intervene as the algors fight for their very existence and the elves threaten to unleash their own weapon of sheer terror. The overriding need that brought the races together is gone, and the land of Uton fractures into chaos.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011132957
Publisher:
Jeff Inlo
Publication date:
11/03/2010
Series:
Delver Magic , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
99,329
File size:
454 KB

Meet the Author

Jeff Inlo lives in New Jersey with his wife, Joan. He studied Finance and Accounting in college. While he still enjoys working with numbers, he finds it rewarding to create stories with encouraging messages and admirable characters. He has written over a dozen novels, including several books in the Delver Magic series.

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Delver Magic Book II 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 142 reviews.
pagemage More than 1 year ago
A captivating read - great extension of the characters and concerns of Delver Book I. The author still needs a good editor - in this one the author's tenuous understnding of the differences between "that, who, and which" are very apparent and as distracting as the then-than problem in the first book. Still, it is good reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are interested in another fantasy/magical/monster series, this one is actually pretty good. The author managed to come up with some fresh ideas and a fresh story line, and these books will definitely keep you reading (there are 4 in the series). There are a few missteps which annoyed me, and will probably also bother any other grammarians. I would strongly suggest that this writer get an editor - not just a bunch of friends, but a REAL editor, who can explain the difference in the words "past" and "passed", for instance. There were many instances of these words used interchangeably, and the lack of understanding of the difference became very irritating. Homonyms are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently, and they have different meanings. The meanings MATTER, and that makes all the difference when trying to enjoy a book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When did "as to" become accepted in the English written language? The story is ok and the characters are pretty interesting. Sentences like this however, detract mightily from the story: "She quickly issued commands as to those who would accompany her." (page 553, nook format.) Book needs some major editing, IMO.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the 2nd book in the series. I can't get enough of these stories of magic. I got the whole series and can't wait to start reading the next in the series. Jeff Inslo has a wonderful imagination. These stories grab you and keep you wanting you to read all of it. He has a strong story line and the characters are interesting.
NancyEG More than 1 year ago
Much better than the first book; I finally came to know the characters better and that did the trick. I have to agree with the posts that point out that the grammar could use some improvement: "then" and "than," for instance, are not interchangeable. I will, nonetheless, read all the books in this series, which offers a fresh collection of supes. Each book gets better and better.
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I liked book one. I truly did. But i had to stop reading book II after a short way in. First, a delusional queen is allowed to take control and run rampant, then a leader of the elves does the same by being wishy washy. Instead of creating realistic dillemmas the author took not just the easy way, but the dumb way, of making adversity. I had to stop reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yep, the story continues. The second book is as good as the first. I love this series. Getting ready to read book three.
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I am really enjoying this trilogy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read...ready to read the next in the series
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Second book in the series. Continuation of the story line from book one and just as well done. Great story and characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good characters . Lots of action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just love the delver magic series,can't wait to read the next book!
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