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Shadow in the Deep
     

Shadow in the Deep

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by Lowell B. Graham
 
Kirthanin unites to fight Malek’s forces. Aljeron journeys through snowy wasteland looking for the Father of Dragons. Rains continue, preparing the way for the shadow of the deep.

The Binding of the Blade is an original fantasy series based in part on the prophesy from the book of Isaiah.

Overview

Kirthanin unites to fight Malek’s forces. Aljeron journeys through snowy wasteland looking for the Father of Dragons. Rains continue, preparing the way for the shadow of the deep.

The Binding of the Blade is an original fantasy series based in part on the prophesy from the book of Isaiah.

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Even for those readers who do not particularly care for fantasy, this book is sufficiently fresh and exciting that most will find it engrossing. This is well worth reading.
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L. B. Graham has done a great job in creating an interesting world and story line that many readers will be anxious to read more about.
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In the field of fantasy literature, many novels seek to emulate Tolkien’s style, but few actually approach the immersive, epic potential of fantasy as well as L. B. Graham ‘s Beyond the Summerland. . . . Richness in world-building and depth of characters make this novel one that will please fantasy readers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780875527222
Publisher:
Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing
Publication date:
05/30/2006
Series:
Binding of the Blade Series
Pages:
512
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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Meet the Author

L. B. Graham (BA Literature, Wheaton College; MDiv, Covenant Seminary) is chairman of the Bible department and teacher of English and Worldviews at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He has written several articles in IVP’s Dictionary of Biblical Imagery. He and his wife, Joanne, have two children.

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4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shadow in the Deep is the third book in the Binding of the Blade series. It follows right where Bringer of Storms left off... it almost feels like they could have been more satisfying if Bringer of Storms and Shadow in the Deep were together as one book! But, if you have the next book handy, it just the same, I suppose. So yeah, it was a little slow. It kind of had the same plot of sorts as the book before it (that's why I'd like them combined, haha); still running from the dark army and the dreaded bringer of storms monster. They engaged in another battle, but still haven't really gotten anywhere, as for victory. However, new plots sprung up near the end of Shadow in the Deep... a capture and a 'sighting'. A sighting of who-- I don't know. But I'm dying to find out, because what is it's... no, it can't be! Ah! I'm so agitated over this! (Ha!) Go read the series, starting with Beyond the Summerland. Though Bringer of Storms and Shadow in the Deep were a little slower, yes, not much conclusion to the plot, yes... it's a great series all in all. It's a little gruesome at parts. There's one scene that's quite violent... A fair amount of death and dying, :(. So a little more mature audience, I guess. Anyway, I can't wait to see what happens next with Aljeron, Pedraal, Pedraan, Benjiah, Wylla, Aelwyn... and all the others! Hopefully I'll be reading Father of Dragons soon! :)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Shadow in the Deep is a great third book to the Binding of the Blade series. I think it's cool that Aljeron is journeying to find Sulmandir and when I read the last chapter I couldn't wait to read the next one!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
After the death of Valzaan, Aljeron must embark on a dangerous quest to Harak Andunin to awaken Sulmandir, the Father of Dragons. Will he survive the trek across the cold wilds of Nolthanin? Meanwhile, Benjaih receives a vision calling for the reuniting of four great peoples. Who are they, and will he succeed? I enjoy seeing Benjaih grow as a prophet of Allfather. He bravely forges on in the face of overwhelming odds because he has faith that Allfather¿s in control.