The Sceptre of Storms

The Sceptre of Storms

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by Greg James
     
 

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The armies of the Fallen One have invaded the Three Kingdoms. A traitor sits upon the throne of Highmount. Malus, the Necrodragon, has been unleashed to lay waste to Seythe. The only hope left is Sarah Bean. But she has disappeared. Will she return and fulfil her destiny as the Living Flame? Or will she let the armies of the Fallen One conquer Seythe and plunge it…  See more details below

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The armies of the Fallen One have invaded the Three Kingdoms. A traitor sits upon the throne of Highmount. Malus, the Necrodragon, has been unleashed to lay waste to Seythe. The only hope left is Sarah Bean. But she has disappeared. Will she return and fulfil her destiny as the Living Flame? Or will she let the armies of the Fallen One conquer Seythe and plunge it into the Age of the Shadow forever?

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ISBN-13:
9781496140586
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/03/2014
Pages:
314
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Greg James is a critically-acclaimed and best-selling self-published author. He was born in Rochford, Essex in darkest East Anglia. He studied Literature and Media at university and spent a year in the Far East teaching English as a foreign language. He now resides in London where he takes long walks on the asphalt beach, dreams strange dreams and keeps trying to get back to Narnia through the wardrobe.

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The Sceptre of Storms (The Age of the Flame, #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
AnnMarie1029 More than 1 year ago
  The Sceptre of Storms is the second installment of the Age of the Flame series; a YA fantasy series that I am enjoying tremendously. This book picks up where the first, The Sword of Sighs, ended. Sarah Bean once again finds herself traveling to strange places, this time a world between worlds, then back to Seythe to fulfill her destiny as the Living Flame. The action of in this book is non stop and in some places quite a bit darker than the first book, however this is balanced well with a bit of humor. As with the first book, James manages to create interesting worlds that are appealing to adults as well as his target YA audience. This is not the type of thing I would normally find myself reading, but I was completely engrossed in this book and I can't wait for the next one. Very entertaining read. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kept me reading. Kept thinking how great this would be has a movie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago