Blood of Mystery

Blood of Mystery

by Mark Anthony
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Blood of Mystery by Mark Anthony

From an acclaimed new master of fantasy fiction comes Book Four in the continuing saga of magic, adventure, courage, and fate on parallel worlds–mystical Eldh and modern Earth.

Blood of Mystery

A twist of time has left Runebreaker Travis Wilder and three of his otherworldly friends stranded on 1880s Earth in a lawless Colorado mining town. As they search for a way back to their own time, Grace Beckett–in present-day Eldh–journeys to a frozen kingdom where she learns her own terrifying destiny: to oppose the Pale King and his monstrous army in the coming cataclysmic battle that will decide
Eldh’s future forever.

If the Pale King emerges victorious, his master Mohg, the dread Lord of Nightfall, will return from exile, break the First Rune, and remake Eldh in his own dark image. And Earth itself, Eldh’s sister world, will be the next to fall under shadow.

Even if Travis returns to Eldh in time to align his calling as Runebreaker with Grace’s destiny as Blademender, how can two mere humans hope to defeat an evil more ancient than any world, more powerful than all existence?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553583328
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/28/2002
Series: Last Rune Series , #4
Pages: 608
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.85(h) x 1.62(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

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Blood of Mystery 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Blood of Mystery was an improvement over the last one. I felt that we were dealing with greater character development without sacrificing drama and action. The only problem I¿m having is that one of the main heroes of the series, Travis, is slow to learn. I don¿t know how most people feel but a somewhat stupid man doesn¿t work for me as a hero. Mr. Anthony has made a point that Travis doesn¿t trust himself, doesn¿t trust power, but his experiences so far should have alleviated some of his self-esteem issues. One of the things that made this book better than Dark Remains is that Travis continues to learn what a Runelord is. That process, as we learn with him, is very enjoyable. He just needs to do it faster since we all know under what circumstances he would break the world while he seems clueless.
Guest More than 1 year ago
well, I have to say, this book lives up to the other books. It sufficently continues the travels of Travis Wilder and continues to suprise you until the end. Several aspects of the story are dramatically changed. A must read for likers of the epic fantasy motif. A great book. I can't wait for the fifth book to come out.