Knights: The Heart of Shadows

Knights: The Heart of Shadows

by Robert E. Keller
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Knights: The Heart of Shadows by Robert E. Keller

An ancient evil haunts the land, and old enemies have returned to kill Lannon Sunshield and destroy Dremlock Kingdom. The long winter is coming to an end, but the icy, bitter touch of the Deep Shadow has grown even colder. With a prolific assassin on the loose, no one can be trusted. Meanwhile, the shadow of an expanding kingdom at last reaches Silverland, promising war.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044425972
Publisher: Robert E. Keller
Publication date: 04/04/2013
Series: Knights , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 193,562
File size: 394 KB

About the Author

Robert E. Keller was born in Northern Michigan in 1972. He had a very active imagination from the time he was old enough to become self aware, and he would invent elaborate fantasy and science fiction stories in his mind. Robert published his first work of short fiction, Spirit Wolves, in the fall of 2008. After that he went on to publish more than 30 stories in various online and print magazines. Meanwhile, he was hard at work on epic fantasy novels, and he released his first novel for sale, Knights: The Eye of Divinity in June of 2011. Robert lives with his wife Tracy in Northern Michigan.

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Knights: The Heart of Shadows 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wished that t----- didnt turn bad.
Mhoram More than 1 year ago
Great pacing, great storytelling, great action.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series is a mix between Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. I thought there would be more to it but in the end, I think the plots converged and came out relatively the same. The ending to the series seemed rushed like the writer was just tired of writing and wanted to end it. If there were a follow on to this, I would suggest less attention on the characters thought patterns and more on the actions.