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Trouble In The Elf City

Trouble In The Elf City

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by Anna Del C. Dye

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In the serene and beautiful city of the elfs, life has changed but little since Menarm was destroyed and the war ended. Three springs have passed and Adren, the last princess of Menarm, has settled into her new life. Her champion, the Silent Warrior, has not been seen since the battle at Wilapond. Suddenly the peaceful life in her new kingdom is challenged by enemies


In the serene and beautiful city of the elfs, life has changed but little since Menarm was destroyed and the war ended. Three springs have passed and Adren, the last princess of Menarm, has settled into her new life. Her champion, the Silent Warrior, has not been seen since the battle at Wilapond. Suddenly the peaceful life in her new kingdom is challenged by enemies the elfs are unable to fight. Disaster seems imminent for their whole race. Will Adren have to witness the destruction of this kingdom and once again find herself alone in the world? Or can the Silent Warrior come to her rescue and save them all?

Once again Anna's inspiration from the myths and legends of Europe and from writers such as J.K. Rowling and J.R.R. Tolkien has woven a new and completely original tale full of suspense, adventure, and medieval-style warfare in "Trouble in the Elf City", Book Two of The Silent Warrior Trilogy.

This tale of high adventure between elfs and men will take you to a fantasy world that will leave you asking for more. Join in the continuing saga of Adren and the elfkind, in book two of The Silent Warrior Trilogy.

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Outskirts Press, Inc.
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The Silent Warrior Trilogy
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5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.83(d)

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Trouble In The Elf City 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Bookworm001 More than 1 year ago
The sequel was everything I expected. I enjoyed the story of how the elfs got careless and almost lost everything with that mistake. This book has even more elf lore than the first one as it is centered in the elf city of Lothia and everything is related to the elfs. An awesome read. I am ready for the third book of this series. I wondered if Anna will write more about elfs... I surely hope so, I love the race she has created.
Elf-fan More than 1 year ago
I was enchanted with book one of The Silent Warrior Trilogy-The Elf and the princess by Anna del C. Dye. I have been waiting to read book two of the trilogy, and when I heard it came out, I read it and loved it even more than the first one! The second book-Trouble in the Elf City is a masterpiece! If you enjoy J.R.R Tolkien's books, you will enjoy Anna del C. Dye's books as well. The second book, as well as the first one, is full of adventure, romance, and amazing swordplay action and warfare which I truly enjoyed. I was truly delighted!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful adventure that immediately draws you into the story from the first page. The city of the elfs and Adren's serene life are confronted by enemies that they can't fight alone. Their beautiful city is now under attack and possibly faces a disaster that could wipe out their entire existence. Will the Silent Warrior be able to save them all? I have to confess, I usually gravitate toward the thriller and mystery genres. However, "Trouble in Elf City" has it all with mystery, action, adventure, romance, suspense, and family values. I truly enjoyed this book. The characters have depth and are full of life. You really feel like you're involved in the story every step of the way with brilliant plot twists and surprises. This is a fantasy adventure that will bring enjoyment to all ages. I highly recommend this book for any fantasy adventure fans of J.R.R. Tolkein, C.S.Lewis, and J.K. Rowling. I look forward to Dye's next book in the series. -Jennifer Chase, author of thriller Compulsion
tdurrant More than 1 year ago
This review is from Adam, my 11-year-old son who read the book the moment it was available:

This book is just as well rounded as the first, and so cleverly written that I didn't want to put it down. It had the same blend of fantasy, romance, and action as the first book, and I can tell it will be a hit. The characters were all very unique and imaginative, and there was lots of description so it was easy to understand. It was very straightforward and fun to read. I could tell that the author had lots of fresh ideas and the story has a solid plot. I'll be looking forward to reading the third book in this exciting trilogy.
frontstreetreviewer More than 1 year ago
Just like the first book in the trilogy, my attention was glued to the pages of this book. Not thinking it possible, Anna del C. Dye did an even better job with this one. Picking up right where she left off with the first one, I found myself falling more and more in love with the characters.
This is a great book for people of all ages to read and enjoy. Not only is it a great story that you will want to read again and again, but it is also a teaching tool. It teaches the importance of protecting one¿s people, staying true to yourself, respecting people regardless of who they are, and helping people when they are in need. These are morals that should be ingrained in all children and adults. Anna del C. Dye, whether meaning to or not, has set up an exciting story that weaves these teachings into her characters through and through. I cannot wait until the third book comes out!!
Malcom03 More than 1 year ago
The first book was great, this one is awesome, is full of elfs characters. They are very real and very elf like. The battle scene is amazingly powerful and the romance is not much though... I did worry in chapter three it is mostly romance and I almost stop there but I didn't and I am so thankful for that. I would have missed out on a great story. You will have to read it for yourself and see what I mean...Elfs and more elfs I love elfs
Tooey More than 1 year ago
In this second part of 'The Silent Warrior Trilogy' many of the characters' personalities develop so that the reader understands them more fully than in the first part. Thus, the reason for adding sequels comes into play. New characters are developed in 'Trouble In The Elf City' and they add interest to the plot. This story would enrapture anyone who is a fan of 'Lord of The Rings'. Maxwell MacPherson, Jr. Author of 'On Love and Animals' & its sequel 'Forever Yours'
adamorios More than 1 year ago
It is inspiring to see an author that from the beginning has a set goal for her characters. They are real and a much part of our everyday lives... even if they are elfs. Their personalities and interaction with each other are a model of values that have been lost in the world as we know it. Beside that, this book is loaded with action, romance and creative battle. The whole package is a great reading.
Lil_Devil More than 1 year ago
I gotta say at first for me it was a little nervous getting into it because I thought it was going to be some romance novel, but man once you get into it you are stuck, I think I even forgot to eat a couple times, I definitely liked to get myself lost in the fighting sequences, I found them to be well transcribed and choreographed. In the end the combination of violence, romance and just a dash of comedy it was definitely the recipe for a great escape out of reality.
oldreader72 More than 1 year ago
I first read The Elf and the Princess and now Trouble in the Elf City and both are light reading: the excitement leading to the rescue. The princess plays matchmaker in this book and it was fun to see how she got the couples together. The battle scenes were exciting, especially knowing who was in it. I identified with the parents of the girls when they discovered that they were in the middle of the battle. I didn't expect the twist Anna throws in the story of whom actually went to battle. I love the names, however, they were a little confusing in the first book, but toward the end of this book I was able to remember who they related to.
Sire More than 1 year ago
Once again Anna has left me in awe at her sequel. The story is great and the new characters very likable. Just like the first book I couldn't put it down. I believed she will become a favorite author in no time. I like the way she writes is simple yet beautiful.
AnnadelC-Dye More than 1 year ago
I just read this sequel to The Elf and the Princess and it was amazing. Anna did a great job with Trouble in the Elf city. The main character Adren is in the elf city and people there start to disappear. When they finally find out who their enemy is... the elfs are not able to fight them. The Silent Warrior has not been seen for three years and he could be the only chance they have to survive. Wow, this book is very good maybe even better than the first.
NaomiNoon More than 1 year ago
"Trouble in the Elf City" is a clean book. It is about beautiful elves, who are not only beautiful in looks, but beautiful inside also, who live in a beautiful land covered by meadows, trees, mountains and rivers, and who wisely destroyed ruthless invaders of their land. But above all, it is about brave elf maidens, even though their leader is half-human and half-elf, defending their men and their land, and about young love. It is enjoyable reading, not only for teenagers, but for adults as well. Reviewed by Naomi Noon, author of "Once Upon Yesterday".
Elderling More than 1 year ago
Once again Anna has made it happen. Her sequel is as good or better than the first one. Once again I found great characters and new stories to entertain and please everyone. The battle is intense, the romance warm and the elfs in danger of annihilation... What else can you ask for? A well rounded book that I recommend to all my friends and especially to you. Give it a try, you will be surprised how much you love it.