The Shining City: (Book Three of the Warriors of Estavia) [NOOK Book]

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The lines have been drawn for battle as the new God Hisar struggles for survival and to unify his two seer-priests, who have been sworn enemies since childhood. At the same time invasion forces have set sail, intent on conquering Anavatan, the Shining City, home of the Gods.


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The Shining City: (Book Three of the Warriors of Estavia)

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Overview

The lines have been drawn for battle as the new God Hisar struggles for survival and to unify his two seer-priests, who have been sworn enemies since childhood. At the same time invasion forces have set sail, intent on conquering Anavatan, the Shining City, home of the Gods.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101479117
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/5/2011
  • Series: Warriors of Estavia Series , #3
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 1,241,031
  • File size: 553 KB

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  • Posted March 4, 2011

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    The final Warriors of Estavia is an exciting climax

    In Anavatan, the Gods walk among the people. Most of them pledge oaths to one deity or another. The more supporters a God has, the stronger that being is; and in turn the more that essence can do for his or her followers. The God of prophesy Incasa, the Chief God used the thousands of supporters especially the boys Brax, Spar and Graize six years ago to create the fledgling God Hisar.

    While the seer Spar became young Hisar's chief priest, Brax the warrior is pledged to the war god Estavia. In turn seer Graize became bitter enemies of his two former friends. He left for another land to fight against the warriors of Estavia while seeking allies to return in order to conquer Anavatan. He may get his wish as war is coming since Anavatan has hostile relations with neighbors Volinsk and Roctov, who were once adversaries but now are united against a common foe. Other counties jointhe planned invasion of Anavatan who lacks the military strength to prevent an invasion on several fronts. The only hope is for former friends turned foes to reunite behind Hisar, but Graize resents his two ex buddies and his homeland

    The final Warriors of Estavia (see The Golden Tower and The Golden Sword) is an exciting climax that ties up all the major threads to a strong epic fantasy trilogy. Although readers may be disappointed with the way the invasion is given a short amount of pages Fiona Patton's heroes insure a gripping entertaining High Noon finish.

    Harriet Klausner

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