Kings and Sorcerers Bundle (Books 1 and 2)

Kings and Sorcerers Bundle (Books 1 and 2)

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by Morgan Rice

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"An action packed fantasy sure to please fans of Morgan Rice's previous novels, along with fans of works such as The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini.... Fans of Young Adult Fiction will devour this latest work by Rice and beg for more."
--The Wanderer, A Literary Journal (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

The #1 Bestselling series!



"An action packed fantasy sure to please fans of Morgan Rice's previous novels, along with fans of works such as The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini.... Fans of Young Adult Fiction will devour this latest work by Rice and beg for more."
--The Wanderer, A Literary Journal (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

The #1 Bestselling series!

A bundle of the first two books in Morgan Rice's #1 Bestselling fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS (RISE OF THE DRAGONS and RISE OF THE VALIANT). Here are two bestselling novels, all in one convenient file, which offer a great introduction to the KINGS AND SORCERERS series. Over 150,000 words of reading, all for an incredible price--it also makes the perfect gift!

KINGS AND SORCERERS tells the epic coming of age story of Kyra, 15, who dreams of becoming a famed warrior, like her father, though she is the only girl in a fort of boys. She struggles to understand her special skills and mysterious inner power, and comes to realize she is different than the others. But a secret is being kept from her about her birth and the prophecy surrounding her, leaving her only to wonder. When Kyra comes of age and her father tries to wed her off, she refuses and journeys out on her own, into a dangerous wood, where she encounters a wounded dragon--and ignites a series of events that will change the kingdom forever.

With its strong atmosphere and complex characters, KINGS AND SORCERERS is a sweeping saga of knights and warriors, of kings and lords, of honor and valor, of magic, destiny, monsters and dragons. It is a story of love and broken hearts, of deception, ambition and betrayal. It is fantasy at its finest, inviting us into a world that will live with us forever, one that will appeal to all ages and genders.

"If you thought that there was no reason left for living after the end of the Sorcerer's Ring series, you were wrong. Morgan Rice has come up with what promises to be another brilliant series, immersing us in a fantasy of trolls and dragons, of valor, honor, courage, magic and faith in your destiny. Morgan has managed again to produce a strong set of characters that make us cheer for them on every page....Recommended for the permanent library of all readers that love a well-written fantasy."
--Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

"[The novel] succeeds--right from the start.... A superior fantasy...It begins, as it should, with one protagonist's struggles and moves neatly into a wider circle of knights, dragons, magic and monsters, and destiny....All the trappings of high fantasy are here, from soldiers and battles to confrontations with self....A recommended winner for any who enjoy epic fantasy writing fueled by powerful, believable young adult protagonists."
--Midwest Book Review, D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

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Morgan Rice is the #1 bestselling and USA Today bestselling author of the epic fantasy series THE SORCERER’S RING, comprising seventeen books; of the #1 bestselling series THE VAMPIRE JOURNALS, comprising twelve books; of the #1 bestselling series THE SURVIVAL TRILOGY, a post-apocalyptic thriller comprising two books (and counting); of the epic fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS, comprising six books; and of the new epic fantasy series OF CROWNS AND GLORY. Morgan’s books are available in audio and print editions, and translations are available in over 25 languages.

TURNED (Book #1 in the Vampire Journals), ARENA ONE (Book #1 of the Survival Trilogy) and A QUEST OF HEROES (Book #1 in the Sorcerer’s Ring) and RISE OF THE DRAGONS (Kings and Sorcerers—Book #1) are each available as a free download on Barnes & Noble!

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Kings and Sorcerers Bundle (Books 1, 2, and 3) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
TwoCents 3 months ago
The first two reviews on the page when came two write a review pretty much sum up what I came here to say. The 5-star just said "couldn't stop reading". And it's true. I really wanted to know how the books ended. However, after finishing the 3-book bundle, I see I will have to read at least two more books, with no guarantee that will be all. The second review went into great depth about the many errors and inconsistencies in the writing, and I see no reason to be redundant. But I do have to mention a few additional that make it impossible for me to justify spending more money to get to the end. Every man or creature who is wounded has only one response -- shreiking. There is no other sound emitted. Ever. And people are always feeling "a pit in the stomach". Unless consuming peaches whole, one does not feel a pit in the stomach. Ones feels a hollow, or a sickness, or nauseous IN the pit of one's stomach. One does not feel the pit, itself. Sorry. Great potential, but no more money from me.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Could not stop reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Warming: this review contains snippets of spoilers but it could save you money, and more importantly time wasted reading a poorly written book series. In theory, this could have been a wonderful series filled with interesting books, emphasis on the “could have been”. The concept is there, however the execution is non-existent. The Ms. Morgan Rice’s writing is riddled with errors and her style is redundant to the extreme. Starting with basics, all three books have (1) numerous grammatical errors, (2) many instances where characters names get swapped with other characters in the same conversation or locations they were traveling to (a few times this resulted in the character speaking this him/herself or the city/region speaking to the person as if it had the capacity to communicate normally), (3) multiple occurrences where the physical attributes of a character change (e.g., the color of a person's eyes are first gray and then later blue, or the length of his/her hair grows drastically from one day to the next), and (4) an overarching lack of diversity in the writers lexicon. This last issue leads to repetitive usage of specific words in the same paragraph, sometimes with in the same sentence, and highlights the extensive redundancy in her writing style. Paragraphs are extremely repetitive, describing in excruciatingly redundant verbiage (see what I did there) how the characters felt, thought, or acted (one paragraph reiterated how frustrated the character Kyra was during her training at least four times and it was only a five sentence paragraph). I assume you get the gist, so I do not need to reiterate (darn, did it again) the point. At a higher level, the author fails to have a realistic grasp of time and physical space/distance (I will let lack of understanding for natural physics slide because we are in a realm with “magic”). The author consistently loops her timeline between character perspectives, creating time gaps (one moment they are in one place, the next they are in another but no time has passed) and relapses (as in a single character seems to live the same day twice, if not three times). This ties into a base misunderstanding of physical distances and how characters can take three days to span the continent in one instance and then other characters can do it overnight in another. There is apparent temporal acceleration and deceleration at the whim of the author. This is compounded by a nonexistent grasp of what a foot is, every city structure is gigantic with monumental scales (every arch is a minimum of 30 feet tall, with most reaching if not exceeding 100 feet, and let us not even get started on the walls and towers). And to be honest, this is just the tip of a gargantuan, mile long iceberg which could have sunk all of the Pandesian million vessel strong flotilla if it were included in her story. After losing count of the number of chapters which concluded with the cliff hanger “[Insert Main Character] knew at this moment he/she was going to die”, I understood fundamentally that Ms. Morgan Rice did not care about the quality of her writing and her readers’ experiences enough to neither do basic research and plan out her story and characters in fine detail nor to have an editor properly vet her writing. And sadly, this sentiment has been confirmed by other readers about her other books series.
Anonymous 16 days ago
I absolutely love this book so flipping much it is awsome????????
Anonymous 16 days ago
Everything is overdone. The main characters are "the best" at what they do. The assassin is the best killer. His relatives portrayed as people who think too much of themselves. The girl is the best archer and defends her weak brother from the mean nasty older brothers that are really bumbling idiots. The bad is portrayed as ridiculous and the good as over the top good. Those that fall in between seem to be caricatures of what they should be. Everything is told flat out to the reader rather than allowing them to find the answers on their own. It's clumsy and frankly awful. I could barely make it to the second chapter. It's definitely being deleted from my collection. Thank goodness I didn't pay for it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago