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Bakkian Chronicles, Book III: Amulet of Aria
     

Bakkian Chronicles, Book III: Amulet of Aria

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by Jeffrey M. Poole
 

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Realizing they can no longer keep the future king safe, bodyguards Steve and Sarah escort the Lentarian prince, Mikal, back to his home world to not only determine the best course of action, but also to verify the king and queen haven’t become targets themselves.

In Mikal's home world, dragon raids are on the rise. The dwarves are preparing to go to war

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Realizing they can no longer keep the future king safe, bodyguards Steve and Sarah escort the Lentarian prince, Mikal, back to his home world to not only determine the best course of action, but also to verify the king and queen haven’t become targets themselves.

In Mikal's home world, dragon raids are on the rise. The dwarves are preparing to go to war, and the evil sorcereress has managed to reach across time and space to attack Mikal on his protector's home world. Their only hope to save Mikal from Celestia and her minions lies with the recovery of a piece of an ancient talisman believed lost centuries ago. Having the ability to enhance the holder's jhorun, namely their magical talent, to unheard of levels, the amulet pieces must be found before they fall into the wrong hands.

But are they too late? Don’t miss the exciting final chapter in the Bakkian Chronicles!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044979994
Publisher:
Jeffrey M. Poole
Publication date:
10/06/2012
Series:
Bakkian Chronicles , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
133,065
File size:
846 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Jeffrey M. Poole is a fantasy author who lives in sunny Lake Havasu City, Arizona, with his wife, Giliane, and their Welsh Corgi, Keeley. Jeff's interests include archery, astronomy, archaeology, scuba diving, collecting movies, collecting swords, and tinkering with any electronic gadget he can get his hands on. In March, 2015, Jeffrey became a proud member of SFWA, the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America! Follow him online at: www.AuthorJMPoole.com

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Bakkian Chronicles, Book III - Amulet of Aria 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
JackBurton More than 1 year ago
This is a fun fantasy read. I loved all 3 stories and this one sums everything up nicely. Just happened to stumble on the first book one day and I'm glad I did. Great series from a new author just trying to write. Fantasy fans should check out the first one, at least. I think it's free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dear Mr. Jeffrey M. Poole, you are simply amazing. Thank you for the world that is Lentari. I love reading about your world. I feel as though I could unlock my own door and wind up there. There are so few real story tellers left to us, I am glad to have found you. I can not wait for the next adventure!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The series is highly entertaining and funny. I can't wait for more tales from Lentari.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed reading this series!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some awkward grammar and vocabulary mistakes in each book (how were they overlooked?), but the stories were fun to read.
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Lovely books! Couldn't put them down till I finished! I would think anyone who is a avid reader would enjoy the style Jeffrey Poole used for this series. Highly recommend for ages 10+.
Lady_Daffodil More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed this trilogy. The characters are believable given the situation. Each book has something to giggle at then nash your teeth at.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the books over all, but the writing was a little bit corny. Some of the sayings were just to funny...when you think of going back in time or what not. But, over all it's worth the read.
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Very good books cant wait to read more of your books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun begnning to what I hope is a long run ... Normal American couple falls into a magical land ... falls somewhere between the Donaldsons Thomas Covanent series (serious adventure with little humor) and Asprin's Myth series (very little seriousness but extreme humor)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this series. Very well done. I would have liked to see less typos and errors, but it was still fun to read.
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jdschnurr More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed all three of these books - I couldn't stop reading them! They were fast paced and well written and kept you hooked!
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I love this series and they keep me happy
TracyJ1 More than 1 year ago
The third book is my favorite. This series is full of magic and magical creatures. I enjoyed the husband and wife fights, seeing the point of veiw of the evil sorceress, and the culture difficulties between the united states and Lentari.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this third and final volume to the series. Great light reading that I wouldn't have any qualm about for any age group. The story is well written, imaginative, and believable. My only criticism is that this volume had a feeling of cheesiness to it that I couldn't quite put a finger on.
rita786 More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent light reading adventure. This author has matured and the story line is a little predictable, however a nice story. Good ending to the series. Enjoyed it and will probably re-read at a later date. That is the highest praise I can give a book is wanting to re-read it.
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