Dwarven Ruby

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Before the Prince of Alcea can secure the Dwarven Ruby for the Sword of Heavens, he must first find an ancient magical shield created by dwarven magicians eons ago. The shield was carried into battle against the goblins, but the dwarves that carried it have never been heard from again. Meanwhile, the mysteriously senile Mage entices some of the Children of the Ancient Prophecy to join him in what may be a suicide attack of the Imperial Palace of Emperor Hanchi.

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Dwarven Ruby (Sword of Heavens #4)

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Overview

Before the Prince of Alcea can secure the Dwarven Ruby for the Sword of Heavens, he must first find an ancient magical shield created by dwarven magicians eons ago. The shield was carried into battle against the goblins, but the dwarves that carried it have never been heard from again. Meanwhile, the mysteriously senile Mage entices some of the Children of the Ancient Prophecy to join him in what may be a suicide attack of the Imperial Palace of Emperor Hanchi.

The Contest of Power reaches a critical stage in Tagaret, and gypsy rebels must determine what the Ancient Prophecy means to them. Discover a world of might, magic, and intrigue as the search for the fourth gem of the Sword of Heavens brings danger to a new level.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438211329
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/2/2002
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

Meet the Author

After retiring from a career as an Information Technology Consultant, Richard S. Tuttle turned his efforts to his love of fantasy. Becoming a full-time writer in 1997, Richard has authored over twenty fantasy novels in two major collections. The Khadora Collection consists of the eight volume Forgotten Legacy Series. The Alcea Collection includes the Targa Trilogy, the Sword of Heavens series, and the current Demonstone Chronicles.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Excellent series

    Each book in this series is a complete novel thar introduces new alliances with charaters you enjoy. I recommend starting with the first novel, however the prologue brings you up to speed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2011

    Hooked

    I started with book one, and I was hooked, I bought all the books and read them from start to finish. They are well written, and yes you know that of course each book is going to be going after a gem for the sword, but the characters you meet, you fall in love with and start to root for them.

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    Just love this series!

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