This discounted ebundle includes: The Runelords, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Wizardborn, The Lair of Bones, Sons of the Oak, Worldbinder, The Wyrmling Horde, Chaosbound
“The Runelords is a first rate tale, an epic fantasy that more than delivers on its promise. Read it soon and treat yourself to an adventure you won't forget.” —Terry Brooks
It’s a world where kings battle while armies look on. Where sorcerers can draw the attributes from one person and grant them to another. Where strengths such as wit, brawn, and speed—even such basic sensory powers like sight, hearing and smell—can all be given or taken away. Where a person’s strength or beauty can be bought or stolen.
The dangerous Raj Ahten of Indhopal has taken so many attributes, he’s all but invincible. He can heal almost instantly from any wound, is faster than an arrow, is stronger than any ten men, and is gifted with godlike beauty. And now a young prince must stand up against this invincible foe to rescue the woman he loves and the land that he is sworn to protect.
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About the Author
David Farland is the author of the bestselling Runelords series, including Chaosbound, The Wyrmling Horde and Worldbinder. He also writes science fiction as David Wolverton. He won the 1987 Writers of the Future contest, and has been nominated for a Nebula Award and a Hugo Award. Farland also works as a video game designer, and has taught writing seminars around the U.S. and Canada. He lives in Saint George, Utah.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this series, but it is irritating beyond belief to find so many typos throughout this e-book!! I am constantly having to refer back to the paper books to figure out what was **actually** written. The most recent one I found, that has been the final straw into forcing me to write this review, is in chapter 33 of Wizardborn. Averan says ‘“Of yours ‘ ...no kidding. That right there is what is written in the e-book, wrong word, no punctuation, no quotation marks. Referencing the actual book version she says ‘“Of you!”’ How do mistakes like this happen!? Also irritating is the fact that there is usually no dividing marker between different sections in a chapter. (The simple three asterisks in most e-books I have read would work just fine!). In the actual book when Farland switches from one perspective to another there will be a couple of lines between the ending paragraph and the new one. In the e-book, those breaks don’t happen and it makes me have to reread sentences again to switch that perspective in my mind. It can be confusing. At the same time, there are multiple places where the quote at the beginning of the chapter is followed by huge amounts of blank space. I actually believed my Nook was malfunctioning the first time I came across it because I swiped 4-5 pages and saw no writing. I don’t know how these types of errors happen. The blank space at the beginning of chapters seems like formatting errors which are not a big deal, but the constant typos and lack of space between differing perspectives? That is just plain not acceptable! Had I known of these issues before purchasing the e-book I think I would have passed on the purchase and kept to the actual book copies I have. No one likes reading a book filled with typos and confusing transitions (or rather, a lack of transitions!). Now I can’t even get rid of my paper copies because I need them as a reference!! TL:DR — great read, but stick to the paper version of the books. Way too many typos and errors in the e-book version!