The Kingdoms And The Elves Of The Reaches Iii (Keeper Martin's Tales, Book 3)

The Kingdoms And The Elves Of The Reaches Iii (Keeper Martin's Tales, Book 3)

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by Robert Stanek
     
 

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The continuation of Robert Stanek's thrilling adventure full of mystery, magic, elves, monsters, and the ultimate battle between good and evil! Adrina, Emel, Vilmos, Galan and Seth face even greater challenges as their world is transformed. Vilmos, in his quest to become the first human magus in a thousand years, must control the darkness within him. Adrina must…  See more details below

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The continuation of Robert Stanek's thrilling adventure full of mystery, magic, elves, monsters, and the ultimate battle between good and evil! Adrina, Emel, Vilmos, Galan and Seth face even greater challenges as their world is transformed. Vilmos, in his quest to become the first human magus in a thousand years, must control the darkness within him. Adrina must accept her place and work together with Emel to help the elves make their plea to Great Kingdom's council. What happens along the way will amaze you. Recommended for ages: 10 and up. RP Echo: value for your dollar! Budget package and price; same quality paper, cover and binding you've come to expect from RP Books.

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VOYA - Erin Kilby
Dramatic illustrations draw the reader into the Tolkienesque world of Ruin Mist, plunged into darkness after a Great War five hundred years past. Blaming magic for their demise, the Kings of Men have decreed that all things magical be destroyed. Yet despite their efforts, the magical Dark Lord is slowly returning to power. Another bloody battle is foreshadowed for Ruin Mist when Adrina, the spoiled and lonely princess of Imtal, is visited by a mysterious woman who predicts Adrina's ghastly future. Meanwhile in the kingdom of Elves, Seth, devoted First of the Red Order of the Queen Mother Elf, is sent on a journey across the Great Sea to prevent war. Stuck somewhere in the middle is Vilmos, a young magical boy-who-would-be-mage, abducted for his own safety by a Yoda-like guide named Xith. All three journey to an unknown fate against treacherous and sometimes supernatural foes. Stanek augments the beginning of this complex tale with illustrations that are sure to attract fans of graphic novels and classic Tolkien alike-the only weakness in the illustrations is their scarcity. Stanek will likely draw a cult following, but his work is not for the novice fantasy reader. A complicated glossary at the end includes twenty-two pages of "People, Places, and Things in Ruin Mist," complete with geographical references, family lineages, and extraordinary sketches. Despite the sophisticated plot, however, this cliffhanger guarantees fans, and those fans will be ready to wield their swords against the Dark Lord in Stanek's next installment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575455037
Publisher:
Reagent Press
Publication date:
03/01/2004
Series:
Keeper Martin's Tales Series, #3
Edition description:
Alternate Edition
Pages:
156
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

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Kingdoms And The Elves Of The Reaches Iii (Keeper Martin's Tales, Book 3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They flew aroubd for a hile and then landed softly on the orset orrl
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
crappy writer, fake reviews. Google robert stanek fraud and you will see that he creates fake reviews to make himself look good and threatens legal action if you bring this up.
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KenMKM More than 1 year ago
I heard about the Kingdoms and the Elves series (4 books) from my friends. They're always talking about Vilmos, Emel, Seth, Valam, Adrina. the talk was good, so I grabbed a copy and started in. I couldn't stop reading and read all of them in a week. What I thought about this book: Fun from the first page. A quick read, easy to follow. If your like me, you will be up all night until the book is finished. I had a hard time putting it down. There seems to be a love/hate relationship with this book. It's all entertainment for me. If I can escape and have fun....it's a good book. I love the adventure and interaction between the characters. A ton of fun.
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