Winged Warrior (Forgotten Legacy #7) [NOOK Book]

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In ancient days, the mightiest of dragons were fearless in battle against the foes of Kaltara. Those special dragons were called Winged Warriors, and they were revered by the elves. In Winged Warrior, the Torak meets a Winged Warrior and learns that she is to become his battlesteed.

The Time of Cleansing fast approaches as the Motangans plant a spy deep within the ruling circle of the Sakovans. The mage-spy Aakuta is discovered on the Island ...
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Winged Warrior (Forgotten Legacy #7)

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Overview

In ancient days, the mightiest of dragons were fearless in battle against the foes of Kaltara. Those special dragons were called Winged Warriors, and they were revered by the elves. In Winged Warrior, the Torak meets a Winged Warrior and learns that she is to become his battlesteed.

The Time of Cleansing fast approaches as the Motangans plant a spy deep within the ruling circle of the Sakovans. The mage-spy Aakuta is discovered on the Island of Darkness and condemned to death, while rebellious Khadoran lords conspire to overthrow Emperor Marak. The elven nation is beset by plotting from antiwar factions, while the Jiadin of Fakara threaten to abandon their defensive positions.

With the whole world on the brink of a war where there will be no surrenders, no prisoners, and no negotiations, Vand's minions sow the seeds of destruction as they prepare to launch the invasion that will destroy all life.
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Editorial Reviews

eBook Reviews Weekly - Patricia Spork
Masterful saga of good against evil

Richard S. Tuttle superbly conveys military strategies and religious faith in his fantasy book "Winged Warrior: Book 7 of Forgotten Legacy." Although these are not unusual topics in the Forgotten Legacy series, this book is second to the last in the series, and much is at stake for the final conclusion to this masterful saga of good against evil. Strategy and faith can lead to victory. So Mr. Tuttle fills "Winged Warrior" with both, for good and evil.
Books for the Beach - Sheri Kendal
Winged Warrior is another excellent adventure-packed fantasy novel from acclaimed author Richard S. Tuttle. In this seventh volume of the Forgotten Legacy, Tuttle weaves an intrigue that boggles the mind. Loaded with tales of cunning and magic, Winged Warrior portrays the precarious state of the world as the evil Vand begins the invasion that has been promised for two thousand years.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012224149
  • Publisher: KBS Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/4/2004
  • Series: Forgotten Legacy , #7
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 218
  • Sales rank: 579,612
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Richard S. Tuttle started writing epic fantasy in 1997 with the release of the Targa Trilogy, a short series that introduces the heroes of the Alcea Collection. In 1998, he started an ambitious project of creating two separate and distinct series. The Sword of Heavens series continued the saga of the Alcea Collection with the next generation of heroes. It consists of 7 volumes and was completed in 2003. Simultaneously, he created the Forgotten Legacy series, an unrelated 8-volume tale of magic and mystery set in a new and varied world. The Forgotten Legacy series was completed in 2004.

In 2005, Richard created a 2-volume miniseries, Complement for a King. The series chronicles a gripping tale of a world where magic has become a consuming force, and focuses on three young princes who must strive to restore equilibrium to a world gone awry.

Starting in 2006, Richard spent 4 years on a 7-volume addition to the Alcea Collection, writing the Demonstone Chronicles. The series pits a recovering Alcea against a massive mysterious enemy that the Alceans are unaware of. The Demonstone Chronicles was completed in 2009.

Richard spent all of 2010 recording the Alcea Collection and releasing it in various audio book formats.

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