Knights of Alcea (Demonstone Chronicles #1) [NOOK Book]

Overview

They do not wear shining armor, nor do they carry colorful banners. Their names are unknown to the average citizen, but their commands carry weight over all but the king. They are the world's masters in warfare and magic. They are the Knights of Alcea.

The days of warfare and Darkness were supposedly over, and the Knights of Alcea had scattered across the huge nation, returning to their private lives, their services no longer required. ...
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Knights of Alcea (Demonstone Chronicles #1)

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Overview

They do not wear shining armor, nor do they carry colorful banners. Their names are unknown to the average citizen, but their commands carry weight over all but the king. They are the world's masters in warfare and magic. They are the Knights of Alcea.

The days of warfare and Darkness were supposedly over, and the Knights of Alcea had scattered across the huge nation, returning to their private lives, their services no longer required. Unknown to them, a storm is rising over the horizon. When seemingly senseless acts of violence erupt across the breadth of Alcea, the Knights of Alcea are drawn back into action, but their enemies are shrouded in secrecy as they move forward with a diabolical plan designed to crush Alcea forever.
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Editorial Reviews

Molly's Reviews - Molly Martin
Entertaining Read - Recommended - 5 stars

Knights of Alcea Book One Demonstone Chronicles is a spine tingling read wherein the reader is drawn right into the turmoil by Tuttle’s clever use of language. Knights of Alcea is sure to please all who enjoy a rousing fantasy complete with quest, hero, magik and excitement.
Reading for Pleasure - Darryl Kenning
Book one in the series, Knights of Alcea, is the exciting adventure of a group of friends fighting to save their world from a sinister plot of evil domination. The author has continued his string of outstanding stories with another exciting yarn that will be enjoyed by long time readers and first timers alike. With likeable heroic characters, evil villains, and a rich subplot, readers will be left anxious for the next book in this series
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012223746
  • Publisher: KBS Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/6/2006
  • Series: Demonstone Chronicles , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 286
  • Sales rank: 314,030
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Richard S. Tuttle started writing epic fantasy in 1997 with the release of the Targa Trilogy, a short series that introduces the heroes of the Alcea Collection. In 1998, he started an ambitious project of creating two separate and distinct series. The Sword of Heavens series continued the saga of the Alcea Collection with the next generation of heroes. It consists of 7 volumes and was completed in 2003. Simultaneously, he created the Forgotten Legacy series, an unrelated 8-volume tale of magic and mystery set in a new and varied world. The Forgotten Legacy series was completed in 2004.

In 2005, Richard created a 2-volume miniseries, Complement for a King. The series chronicles a gripping tale of a world where magic has become a consuming force, and focuses on three young princes who must strive to restore equilibrium to a world gone awry.

Starting in 2006, Richard spent 4 years on a 7-volume addition to the Alcea Collection, writing the Demonstone Chronicles. The series pits a recovering Alcea against a massive mysterious enemy that the Alceans are unaware of. The Demonstone Chronicles was completed in 2009.

Richard spent all of 2010 recording the Alcea Collection and releasing it in various audio book formats.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2012

    Good story - nice beginning to the sequel

    Tuttle has a unique way of writing that brings new views to a great storyline. The story itself is complex and is a great new installments to the Alcea saga.

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