The Eternal Flame (Merlin Saga Series #11)

The Eternal Flame (Merlin Saga Series #11)

by T. A. Barron
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The Eternal Flame: Book 11 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
P Jackson More than 1 year ago
A good series to take you to a world of imagination.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is awesome i love the books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all the other books and this one looks awesome.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kept me at the edge of my seat, did not disappoint. I read it when i was much younger, but would read again even now!
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TemperanceBooth More than 1 year ago
I read the first edition to this trio a few years ago. Back then, however, Barron did not have the second or third in the series so I was out of luck. When I saw that they were available, I HAD to read them all. I was more than pleased when I finally finished the series. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It was well worth the money to buy it. The only bad thing was that I am now done reading it. I hope that T.A. Barron comes out with more books in the series,... Especially what happens to Elli and Tamwyn and Scree and fiona!!!!!
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SteelpenLS More than 1 year ago
To understand book 3 first read the first two books of this tale of friends and the world they are trying to save from a evil spirit.
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arianaxg More than 1 year ago
wish there was a fourth book
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved the way that T. A. Barron concluded The Great Tree of Avalon series. It is a bittersweet ending but all in all quite satisfying. I love the way he describes things so magically and you can understand the internal conflicts of the characters. He builds off of his Lost Years of Merlin series with these fantastic books. He leaves you wanting more. My favorite book by a mile!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE IT. It is such an awesome awesome book. I was drawn into the book from the moment I set my eyes on it. T.A. Barron is one of my favorite authors and I think he should be every bit as famous as J.K. Rowling or Harry Potter
Guest More than 1 year ago
Right up there with the very best of J.R.R. Tolkien, this book (and this trilogy) has everything any fantasy reader could want. I gulped this book down instantly, and now I've started a second read. There's just so much adventure, humor, and rich meaning in this book! This is T.A. Barron's best ever -- and I can't wait to see what he comes up with next. (My vote would be a return to Avalon!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
`You know, Tamwyn, you have your own inner flames, though they cannot be seen. And the most powerful fires reside in the soul.¿ And what a magnificent creation Mr. Barron has brought forth through his own powerful flames! This book¿the third in The Great Tree of Avalon trilogy¿is incredible. The sense of place, the sensory experience, the images, the lovable characters, the quest for goodness and the reverence for nature are all superb. And I love how he gives female characters such strength and resourcefulness. As for his imagination...I don't know how to convey the awe I feel for his imagination. It seems beyond humanly possible. He makes the reader want to stretch her own imagination. Finally, I fell in love with Avalon¿s amazing characters¿they were so courageous and genuine. I sobbed when Batty Lad revealed his true identity and cried when the stars sent their sparks to the new point of radiance. `Stars all across the sky joined in each sending a tiny bit of their light.¿ That's how all of us who read and imagine want our world to be!