The Elephant in the dark, and other writings on the diffusion of Sufi ideas in the West

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E. P. Dutton, 03.03.2005 - 154 Seiten
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Young Kenric has helped dethrone the evil Lord Mordig and return the true king to power in Lowthar. Now the king requires Kenric to travel to Grim Wood, the realm of the hostile Fey people. He needs their cooperation in the quest for the blade of power that will protect the land. With the help of the Fey girl Linwe, Kenric tries to uncover the secrets surrounding the blade. But there is trouble everywhere they turn. Along with Book I, The Forging of the Blade, this concise and action-packed second volume of the Lowthar's Blade Trilogy forms a bridge for young readers to the classics of high fantasy.

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Review: The Secrets of Grim Wood (Lowthar's Blade, Book #2)

Nutzerbericht  - Dianna - Goodreads

Good, clean adventure books for young adults. (And old ones too!) The characters are lovable and it is easy to follow along with Kenric (human), Linwe (Fey) and Hnagi (goblin) into their next scheme to try to defeat the evil Mordig. Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: The Secrets of Grim Wood (Lowthar's Blade, Book #2)

Nutzerbericht  - Denae - Goodreads

Again, this review partly reflects my brother's reaction. The trilogy seems to be a great introduction of fantasy to the younger readers. My brother was genuinely frustrated with the stubborn ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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R. L. LaFevers was inspired to write the Lowthar's Blade Trilogy by her own sons' love of fantasy.

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