The Curse of Credesar, Part 1 [NOOK Book]

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The Curse of Credesar, Part 1: The war against the Deep Shadow rages once again, thousands of years after the age of Dremlock Kingdom, as scheming seers battle for power and ethereal beasts hunt humans by night. Can a new kingdom of Divine Knights rise from the ashes of despair to save humanity? This is the tale of a young sorcerer named Kelden and his struggles against the ultimate demon.

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The Curse of Credesar, Part 1

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Overview

The Curse of Credesar, Part 1: The war against the Deep Shadow rages once again, thousands of years after the age of Dremlock Kingdom, as scheming seers battle for power and ethereal beasts hunt humans by night. Can a new kingdom of Divine Knights rise from the ashes of despair to save humanity? This is the tale of a young sorcerer named Kelden and his struggles against the ultimate demon.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044991095
  • Publisher: Robert E. Keller
  • Publication date: 9/16/2012
  • Series: Curse of Credesar Series , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 43,997
  • File size: 310 KB

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.

Robert lives with his wife Tracy in Northern Michigan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2014

    Good read.

    This book has a lot of great elements to it. Good character building and storyline, though it ends somewhat abruptly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2013

    This book is very good. It has a very readable story line and it

    This book is very good. It has a very readable story line and its full of non-stop fantasy action. The main
    Characters do act childish sometimes, but then again they really are just within the 16-19 age range.
    As all books, they must come to an end. But this book had a really good hook at the end, I can't wait to
    read the 2 part of this series!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2013

    Avidfantasyreader

    503 nook pages. Good story line. Wizard is found to be born half demon. Thinks he is on a quest to be rid of his worst half. Main characters seem childish, as well a the the decisions the author makes for them. Some of the directions the story jumps in seems like this is a first book for a very young author. Then the book just ended. Not like a suspenseful hook for book 2. No this pretty much black screened, like the end of the Supranos. I was really starting to get into the story some, then a huge letdown to end it. I'm giving it 3 stars, becase it wont let me give 2 1/2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2013

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