The Last Elf: Quest for the Elfin Orb [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Elfin Orb holds all the power of the Elves. Whoever possesses it can conquer and rule an empire. Craving that power, an evil king sends a young boy to search out and bring back the Orb. A princess, seeking to regain a throne, and an Elf, hoping to recover the Orb for his people, join him. Together, they journey through a land of unknown terrors. To fail in their quest dooms them all. To succeed crowns a tyrant. Only the Orb itself holds the answer, but finding it and unlocking its secret will test not only ...
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The Last Elf: Quest for the Elfin Orb

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Overview

The Elfin Orb holds all the power of the Elves. Whoever possesses it can conquer and rule an empire. Craving that power, an evil king sends a young boy to search out and bring back the Orb. A princess, seeking to regain a throne, and an Elf, hoping to recover the Orb for his people, join him. Together, they journey through a land of unknown terrors. To fail in their quest dooms them all. To succeed crowns a tyrant. Only the Orb itself holds the answer, but finding it and unlocking its secret will test not only their courage but also their loyalty to each other.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016446479
  • Publisher: Paths of History Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/8/2013
  • Series: The Last Elf , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 1,048,673
  • File size: 1,017 KB

Meet the Author

A teacher, prominent historian, and “storyteller” for over forty years, Robert J. Trout has dedicated his life to bringing historical figures to life in word and deed with uncompromising clarity and historical accuracy in his books, including: They Followed the Plume: The Story of J.E.B. Stuart and his Staff; Galloping Thunder: The Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion; and most recently, After Gettysburg: Cavalry Operations in the Eastern Theater -- July 14, 1863 to December 31, 1863. His most recent works of fiction include Drumbeat: the Story of a Civil War Drummer Boy; The Story of Red Eye: The Miracle Horse of Gettysburg; Journey to Gettysburg: One Family’s Civil War; and Windrider. The Last Elf: Quest for the Elfin Orb is his fifth work of fiction.
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