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read The Blade Heir kindle Û Á In the elven city of Evingrad Lucius Nostra suffers from recurring nightmares of a black dragon killed long ago The frightening dreams signal the ominous return of Kraegyn and the dragon tribes who wreaked havoc on the peoples of Azuleah Confused and uncertain of his role in the gathering storm Lucius joins his elf brIn the elven city of Evingrad Lucius Nostra suffers from recurring nightmares of a black dragon killed long ago The frightening dreams signal the ominous return of Kraegyn and the dragon tribes who wreaked havoc on the peopl This amazing book I would give it than 5 stars as I enjoyed every page an exuisite and well balanced story with lots of thrilles along the way With that said a riveting story you don't want to end but it does My appreciation to all the authors that can come up with amazing stories such as this My thanks to the author Daniel Adorno for the extreme pleasure of reading his wonderful book I do hope to read of his books in the future a truly thrilling wild ride you will enjoy to go on So with that all said this wonderful ebook was a gift from the wonderful author so to all happy reading from wee me xx ☺♥

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Es of Azuleah Confused and uncertain of his role in the gathering storm Lucius joins his elf brother Siegfried on a perilous journey to reforge the Reuiem Sword the blade which once defeated KraegynLucius’ uest will take h I enjoyed the book There were times the pacing was a bit off but it recovered Early on it took a while to get into but that's okay There have books I've read that took a while to build into the story I approach it like life everything isn't always wam bam action all the time That will get to be just as tiresome Also there were a couple of chapters that flowed very much like Lord of the Rings Return of the King I overlooked it because I found myself engrossed nonetheless The approach for the community life of the elves is uite interesting The author was bold enough to toy with different attitudes while keeping to the societal norms elves are known for There were sections that were a real page turner and had me hooked Is it a perfect book? No Was it worth the read Definitely I've worked to include indieself published authors in my reading list and its been worth it

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The Blade Heir Azuleah Trilogy #1 Im through the hostile realms of Azuleah where both human and unhuman foes lurk Though Lucius will gain allies on his mission and uncover secrets surrounding his past can he survive long enough to stop Kraegyn’s ascension? The comments in the 5 star reviews are right on This first book of Daniel Adorno’s trilogy does bring back fond memories from when I first read “The Hobbit” and “Lord of the Rings” It has a similar feel and cast of species And geography dictates much of both stories I noticed a couple reviews knocking the similarity between Adorno’s world and Tolkien’s I don’t see a problem Tolkien invented a great fictional world and Adorno made a smart choice using Tolkien’s writing to influence his world It works hereBut Adorno is not a Tolkien clone – and this is good because originality and creativity keep readers interested I like how Adorno introduced Yewa and Yewa’s son Yesu and the doubts in Lucuis’s mind about all the ancient history and prophecies in his world And I like how Adorno revealed pieces of his world history throughout the story I hope Daniel continues introducing his own elements into later books in this storyLucius’s doubts about the outcome of his faith decisions in Adorno’s fictional world mirror doubts I feel every day in our real world trying to slay my own dragons I can peek inside Lucuis’s world and see the big picture from my reader’s point of view But just like Lucius in Adorno’s fictional world I can only see a portion of the real world from my own limited point of view So just like Lucius I depend on faith for every decision because I’m not able to step outside the real world and peek inside like a reader This is true for everyone for every decision Especially the big ones and Lucuis is faced with a whopper His whole world hangs in the balanceI have a minor nit Daniel mentions a few species in passing but doesn't do anything with them Maybe trolls and orcs will serve a purpose in future installments But they’re undefined here If they don’t serve a purpose just edit them out and stay focused on the storyI like how Lucuis grows through the story especially in one key scene near the end of the book when he’s tested I won’t describe the scene here – buy the book and read it first hand You’ll be happy you did Mr Adorno keep up the good work I look forward to the next book Greg Scott