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The Hollows of Candlewick
     

The Hollows of Candlewick

by Scot R. Stone
 
Endless rains and violent storms are sweeping through the territories of Yawrana, flooding farms, destroying towns and drowning the hopes of those who reside in their homes while waiting for it all to end. At the heart of the kingdom lies the magnificent Candlewick Castle, the final symbol of hope to help the country survive the barrage of bizarre weather patterns

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Endless rains and violent storms are sweeping through the territories of Yawrana, flooding farms, destroying towns and drowning the hopes of those who reside in their homes while waiting for it all to end. At the heart of the kingdom lies the magnificent Candlewick Castle, the final symbol of hope to help the country survive the barrage of bizarre weather patterns ravaging the land's crops.

But King Noran Deardrop has more than just blizzards and tornados to accompany his thoughts. Somewhere, wandering the castle’s corridors and surrounding woods, is Herikech Illeon, the great Lazul king of Maramis who seeks revenge for the defeat of his armies at the hands of the Yawranans. Noran must depend on those he trusts to defend the royal family, not knowing when or where Herikech might strike next.

His faith is further challenged when he is forced to solve a trio of new threats: a menacing mangler is wandering the territories, killing at will as it draws closer and closer to the castle; his devoted followers begin to turn against him one by one, mysteriously siding with Herikech for unknown reasons; and three new drift ships are found anchored off the shores of Emison Territory with crews to whom only Baron Oreus Blake and Boris Groffen can relate.

Editorial Reviews

The Beezer Review - Andrew Gray
Taken as a whole, this is a very solid fantasy book. However, taken as a series it is much more impressive. Mr. Stone has remained consistent with characters/ plot lines. As a reader, it's nice to have that continuity in a series. As I said above, I have been very impressed at the growth of Mr. Stone's writing throughout these past three novels. I am excited to see what the next two books will bring. The fourth book is titled The Mirrors of Methalis.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014939447
Publisher:
Scot R. Stone
Publication date:
08/06/2012
Series:
The Snowtear Wars , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
956 KB

Meet the Author

Scot R. Stone was born in Michigan, raised in Wisconsin and currently resides in Vermont. He is the author of seven novels, three of which have been published. Please visit him on Facebook or at his website: www.scotrstone.com.

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