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by David A Wells

eBook Sovereign Stone epub
  • ISBN: 1466398345
  • Author: David A Wells
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 10, 2012)
  • Pages: 306 pages
  • ePUB size: 1991 kb
  • FB2 size 1744 kb
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Sovereign Stone book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sovereign of the Seven Isles by. David A. Wells.

David A. Wells (Author). Book 2 of 7 in Sovereign of the Seven Isles (7 Book Series). I had been very hopeful that one specific character would change sides and was not disappointed, but that was about the only thing in the story that might have been even remotely predictable, the rest was all wildly outside my expectations - the story was a true rollercoaster.

Home David A. Wells Thinblade (Sovereign of the Seven Isles: Book . Other than the stone ring, the entire platform looked like an assembly area. The food was simple but hot and plentiful. Wells Thinblade (Sovereign of the Seven Isles: Book One). Thinblade (sovereign o. . It had been cleared of snow and there was evidence of large numbers of horses moving about, mostly along the road. The fortress was really just a stone wall fifty feet wide and fifty feet tall that protruded four or five feet from the face of the mountain. For dessert they served a fruit salad glazed in honey sauce.

Their canoes rolled gently on the waves out beyond the surf that lapped up against the steeply rising coastline. It was a beautiful day, but everyone was too exhausted to enjoy it.

Their canoes rolled gently on the waves out beyond the surf that lapped up against the steeply rising coastline he sun began to dip toward the western horizon, then turned their canoes toward shore and made landfall on a deserted little beach. They camped in the secluded cove and built a big fire with driftwood before laying out their bedrolls and making a simple stew. Everyone slept well that night

After gaining entrance to Blackstone Keep and recovering the legendary Thinblade, Alexander Ruatha must seek out the Sovereign Stone, and quickly

After gaining entrance to Blackstone Keep and recovering the legendary Thinblade, Alexander Ruatha must seek out the Sovereign Stone, and quickly. Contained within the ancient teardrop ruby is the secret of Wizard's Dust, the source of magic and the one thing that will ultimately decide the final battle of the Reishi War. Prince Phane will stop at nothing to lay claim to the Stone and with it the world.

The Sovereign Stone series is a trilogy of fantasy novels set in the same universe of the Sovereign Stone Role-playing game. Both the books and the game were primarily written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. The novels are: Well of Darkness (2000). Guardians of the Lost (2001). Journey into the Void (2003). The first book was set during the reign of King Tamaros of Vinnengael, the most powerful Human kingdom and the father of Prince Helmos and his younger half-brother, Prince Dagnarus.

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Sovereign Stone: Sovereign of the Seven Isles, Book 2 (Unabridged). Cursed Bones: Sovereign of the Seven Isles, Book 5 (Unabridged). Mindbender: Sovereign of the Seven Isles, Book 3 (Unabridged). More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.

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Written by David A. Wells, Audiobook narrated by Derek Perkins. Alexander has recovered the Sovereign Stone, and much to his surprise, it has bonded to him, revealing the truth of his bloodline and his duty.

After gaining entrance to Blackstone Keep and recovering the legendary Thinblade, Alexander Ruatha must seek out the Sovereign Stone, and quickly. Contained within the ancient teardrop ruby is the secret of Wizard's Dust, the source of magic and the one thing that will ultimately decide the final battle of the Reishi War. Prince Phane will stop at nothing to lay claim to the Stone and with it the world. Sovereign Stone is the story of Alexander's struggle to retrieve the Stone from the aether where it's been lost since the Reishi Empire fell two thousand years ago and prevent Phane from learning the most dangerous secret in the Seven Isles.
Comments: (7)
Kekinos
This series is a great read. The characters develop at a smooth pace, new villains and plot twists abound.Although there is a lot of magical tools, they aren't thrown in like rewards in a video game, and the characters develop in their use. Very few solipsisms, some problem with measurements; that is saying an engraved magic staff 1 inch in diameter is sturdy when 1 inch is just over the size of a big fishing pole! I am finishing the final book right now, and I am as interested as starting out on the first. Read this series, really.
Brol
So glad I picked this series at a time when I needed to keep my mind busy - I couldn't put it down which was just what I needed. Was it perfect, no it had a few flaws (book 6 lol). But to be able to write 7 long books and not leave any questions unanswered, keep his fans enthralled and have so many balls in the air w/o dropping one... this man deserves a prize. Great job, thank you for writing a great series : ))
Kaim
The review I wrote for Thin Blade could easily be applied to Sovereign Stone - this was a fantastic story with a lot of very original elements. I had been very hopeful that one specific character would change sides and was not disappointed, but that was about the only thing in the story that might have been even remotely predictable, the rest was all wildly outside my expectations - the story was a true rollercoaster.

I couldn't recommend this series more for any fantasy fan.
MEGA FREEDY
This whole series is quite good. Only in the 4th and 5th book did all that was happening start to stretch a little long but was easily tolerable. Loved the philosophy of the hero! Some predictable characters come in at the beginning but I enjoyed the team going into action anyway. It's fun to have good chess pieces around you to secure victories and accomplish trials from enemies etc. The action was realistic enough (for fantasy) however like alot of these epics and fantasies, they come close to death over and over and over...These were worth what I paid and I really like that the author put out the 1st of 7 in the series for free to let sink into it...and I bought the next six....ah a win-win.
Adaly
I love these stories and wish to continue. I can't wait to know what comes next.
I have never read stories written by men and especially fantasy. My husband always read fantasy like the Lord of the Rings. And if he was alive, he might enjoy this one.
Olga
*Nameless*
Wow, this second book is like a repeat of the first book in the series. For some reason, I lost interest in the main character and the plot line. Seems the whole series is a race to see who can get the most artifacts first.
Detenta
From beginning to end--action, suspense, fear, victory, magic, dragons,excitement, loss, and so on. WOW! Another winner. I'm ready to start number three and can hardly wait. I'd recommend this book to those who love fantasy/adventure.
There's not much to remind you about the first book, and so you'd better have a good memory. It felt like a mix of info-dump-y paragraphs (which didn't help me) and full conversations between people I couldn't remember. Maybe the characters weren't different enough. I still can't remember the difference between the male companions (Lucky and Anatoly and someone). They seem too much like the same person. Oh, and there were a couple times I thought the same person was referred to by different names. Maybe it would have been easier to read instead of listen to.

Similar to the first book, this book had lots of adventure and quests and bad guys and magic creatures and revelations of heritage and magic. Fun.

However, the fairy realm scenes were not to my taste. The brief, dangerous encounters now and then didn't always fit in with the whole. Two things that might be plot holes bugged me.

I like the characters' insistence on following the "old law" and basing things on truth and justice and such. I like the shape of Alexander's character and the sort of people he draws around him. His magic is growing, but still fairly defined. I wish I knew more of how the other magic works (potions?), though.
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