The Kingless Land (Band of Four Series #1)

The Kingless Land (Band of Four Series #1)

by Ed Greenwood
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Kingless Land (Band of Four Series #1) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
SandyW More than 1 year ago
Read this series when it 1st came out. Got the books from the library .. Loved it. Now I have the chance to own them and just couldn't stop myself from getting them on my Ipad.
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Ed Greenwood throws you into a world of magic and intrigue. The setting is spectacular and elaborated in clever ways so that you see the world before you. The characters are well developed and have interesting personalities. They're unforegettable and their sense of humor is unmatched. Dangerous deeds and conspiracy keeps you on the edge as the Band of Four trudge through Aglirta, searching for things that everyone wants and will do anything to get. You don't want to stop reading! A highly recommended book for all fantasy lovers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first book in this epic saga, Greenwood reels you in with dazzling characters, monsters, and destinations. Many fight scenes set an agressive tone in this book. Leaving questions to be answered in the following books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Basically, I loved this book and I couldn't put it down. All the characters are vividly real and amusing. I enjoyed everything about the book, and I recommend it to anyone who likes to read about another world full of magic and wonder.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It brings A new twist to the old warrior, thief,mage,healer band type book
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ed, Ed, Ed. This just wasn't a good book. I don't know what to say. I was confused, bored, and frustrated. Throughout this whole book, the 4 characters are just running away from Baron Silvertree. I've read other reviews that said it's like a vido game. Guess what! It does. I didn't really understand a lot of this book. The prologue told me that this book was going to be a confusing one. I want Greenwood to stick with Forgotten Realms and maybe he should go into DragonLance. That'll be really cool. But TOR Fantasy? Come on. I'll give him this though. He is really good at creating new worlds. That's a gift but he needs to think about the characters more. This is all my opinion. You should buy it and see for yourself. I'm just a 14 year old. What do I know? I've only read like 50 other fantasy books before.