Knights: The Eye of Divinity

Knights: The Eye of Divinity

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by Robert E. Keller
     
 

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Strange and legendary Dremlock Kingdom is facing destruction from both within and beyond its stone walls in the form of goblins (creatures spawned by evil that come in all shapes and sizes) and the Deep Shadow, a hungry and spreading force of dark sorcery that infects people with madness.

To save their kingdom, the knights recruit a lonely and isolated boy named

Overview

Strange and legendary Dremlock Kingdom is facing destruction from both within and beyond its stone walls in the form of goblins (creatures spawned by evil that come in all shapes and sizes) and the Deep Shadow, a hungry and spreading force of dark sorcery that infects people with madness.

To save their kingdom, the knights recruit a lonely and isolated boy named Lannon who lives in a wooded valley with his crazy father, who bears a dark illness of the soul, and his foul-tempered mother. Lannon is sought out because he possesses a rare power called the Eye of Divinity. The knights need Lannon's gift to see through the fog of evil that shrouds Dremlock Kingdom and give them the advantage they need to turn the tables on their ancient foe.

With the help of his friends, Lannon tries desperately to unlock the Eye of Divinity in time to save Dremlock Kingdom from otherwise certain doom. With the Deep Shadow creeping around the kingdom and infecting hearts and minds, Lannon isn't sure if anyone in Dremlock can even be trusted. Lannon finds himself, and his fellow squires, caught in a web of mystery and magic in a kingdom where anything can happen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781490369310
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/15/2013
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

Meet the Author

Robert E. Keller was born in Northern Michigan in 1972. He had a very active imagination from the time he was old enough to become self aware, and he would invent elaborate fantasy and science fiction stories in his mind.

Robert published his first work of short fiction, Spirit Wolves, in the fall of 2008. After that he went on to publish more than 30 stories in various online and print magazines. Meanwhile, he was hard at work on epic fantasy novels, and he released his first novel for sale, Knights: The Eye of Divinity in June of 2011 for the Amazon Kindle.

Robert lives in Northern Michigan with his wife Tracy.

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Knights: The Eye of Divinity 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story, held back because of a too-simple writing style. It, feels like a sixth grader wrote this story for an assignment and got carried away. Not bad, but not gripping enough to be700+ pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not get involved with this book- did not finish
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rifled with unrealistic dialog that preached on the history of this author's world with a proliferation of exclamation points in the oddest places. This book was so easy to put down, it took forever to read. Unfortunately the electronic version doesn't qualify for a doorstop.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simply amazing book, I've been a fan of medieval fantasy for many years but this book shot to my top 3 favorite books by the third or fourth chapter. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who likes knights or even just an amazing fantasy read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the plot but found the characters frustrating. Lannon dreamed of becoming a knight and finally gets a chance of a lifetime in the kingdom of Dreamlock. He and a band of squires training for knighthood break into an area they are forbidden to enter bringing danger to the stronghold of the kingdom. His Eye of Divinity powers are unlocked and the first battle against the shadow is fought.
Anonymous 11 months ago
The book itself is good, but it's actually book 4, NOT book 1
Erdington5 More than 1 year ago
I have read the entire series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish I could give 3.5* The plot and characters are evolving but the stupidity of the Divine Kights is just annoying. Why in the world would you not throughly question a young squire with a rare "gift" about his thoughts and dreams, sleeping or waking? Just annoying. I still may choose to buy the next book though, if I get over being ticked off and choose to put myself through this again. I think I forgot about many fantasy books/series being like this. I hope to be proved wrong and for first time will "sample" next book first.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is supposed to be book one but Barnes and Noble uploaded book 4 under this title instead
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had a hard time getting into this book,it didn't keep my interest like I thought it would.I thought it was going to be simular to THE EYE OF THE WORLD series by Robert Jordan but it wasn't,my husband didn't much care for it either. I think Robert Jordan a better writer than Robert E. Keller
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very good book that I've read so far and its only “711pages”! Its amazing to read but there will be up and down here and there at some point. To my point of view Robert E. Keller should make more series of this book it awsome! I know their are book that Robert E. Keller put out but I want more of them! I would read this book over and over again if I had to!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started slow but finished strong
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Words cant express how good this book was ( :/) )
RyderN More than 1 year ago
I felt this book started slowly, but the pace picked up and I couldn't put it down. I just bought the next installment.
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Great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fairly slow in the beginning and there were a lot of questions. Some of it gor exciting when it got moving but its a relativly calm and simple read.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They never see coming what you figured out long ago. And tint Timmlin is a cowardly lion. These boys are 15 or perhaps ten. I have had D and D masters who spun better yarns.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A little slow but very good plot once it got moving
jhinman More than 1 year ago
I little different twist than on most fantasy reads making it a page turner. Thoroughly enjoyable!