Elvangar

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Long ago when Angragar was the shining light of the human world, elves and humans were allies and trading partners, but that was centuries ago. When the elves ended their siege of the ancient human city, they enshrouded it in an impenetrable jungle and left caretakers to hide it from prying eyes. Now Angragar has awakened, and elves have appeared among the humans.

After escaping from the Island of Darkness, the elves, Eltor and Caldal, seek to sail to Elvangar. They need the ...

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Elvangar (Forgotten Legacy #6)

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Overview

Long ago when Angragar was the shining light of the human world, elves and humans were allies and trading partners, but that was centuries ago. When the elves ended their siege of the ancient human city, they enshrouded it in an impenetrable jungle and left caretakers to hide it from prying eyes. Now Angragar has awakened, and elves have appeared among the humans.

After escaping from the Island of Darkness, the elves, Eltor and Caldal, seek to sail to Elvangar. They need the help of the humans to return to their homeland, but they refuse to divulge its location. The human emperor, Marak, needs the elves to ally with him against the coming evil and strikes a bargain with the elves. Deliver his offer to the queen of the elves and Eltor and Caldal can have a ship to return home.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438211213
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 2/4/2004
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (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 Demonstone Chronicles.
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  • Posted August 24, 2012

    Mr. Tuttle is my new favorite author. I started sci-fi fanatsy w

    Mr. Tuttle is my new favorite author. I started sci-fi fanatsy with
    Terry Brooks and Mr. Tuttle ranks right up there with him. All of the
    series have been fantastic. To think it all started with a free book on
    my nook color! What a way to get a person into a series. I highly
    recommened the first book in any of the 3 series. What do you have to
    lose? Each of the first books are free :*)

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  • Posted July 21, 2012

    Great read

    Extremely good. Haven't read anything bad by Richard S. Tuttle. Love his writing. Will be reading this again

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