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10 thoughts on “The Last Elf of Lanis (Wealdland Stories, #1)

  1. says:

    Wow I got this as a free book from kindle and was I blown away This is an indepth story with well planned and well thoughtout back stories and plots You are introduced to a band of characters who then split up and the story arcs are told and then parts woven together I liked how the earthquake could be used to mark the time and location each person was at in order to follow the story cont...


  2. says:

    Notes of Interest This book feels like a cross between classic Tolkienesque fantasy and a Dungeons and Dragons campaign to the point where even though the text said garonds , I was thinking goblins The physical descriptions of the garonds are nothing like the standards fantasy goblin, but their behavior and intellect are similar Everything about the elven and human races is pretty standard That is not to say their histories and cultures aren t unique They just have that classic feel t Notes of Interest This book feels like a cross between classic Tolkienesque fantasy and a Dungeons and Dragons campaign...


  3. says:

    Another free first book in a series that I have enjoyed Like a lot of series books the first can take a minute to fully get into this one introduces a lot of characters quickly and as the names are unfamiliar it took me a bit to get to know everybody and where they all relate Had the same thin happen with g r r Martin so its nothing new Once I knew everybody he story picked up and I read it in a day So far so good and the promise of the unfolding story is highly anticipated I started it Another free first book in a series that I have enjoyed Like a lot of series books the first can take a minute to fully get into this one introduces a lot of characters quickly and as the names are unfamiliar it took me a bit to get to know everybody and where they all relate Had the sam...


  4. says:

    Great potential, but overall I found it too confusing I had a difficult time keeping the relationships straight, and who was from which Kingdom, and much was introduced with no explanation or backstory All sorts of things have different names, but we never get an idea of what they are droderns Still, the story was good, maybe a littlepersonification of the grondels instead of mindless killing fodder, and a littledevelopment of the rather stiff characters, and I would have been Great potential, but overall I found it too confusing I had a difficult time keeping the relationships straight, and who was from which Kingdom, and much was introduced with no explanation or backstory All sorts of things have different names, but we never get an idea of what they are droderns Still, the story was good, maybe a littlepersonification of the grondels instead of mindless killing fodder, and a littledevelopment of the rather stiff characters,...


  5. says:

    Excellent BookWow, what a fantastic book The author did a great job I particularly enjoyed the storyline I liked how the author United the six different human nations to fight as one nation their mortal enemy This book contains plenty of action, complex relationships, a little bit of magic and an inhuman enemy to make this a thrilling story to follow This book is one in a series I can t wait to read book two This is a great book to read for anyone Than...


  6. says:

    Gave up on itthe character development was not well done it was one plotted event after the othersort of like quests in a videogame When the character finishes this they did this and then that, thennnn they walked some, th...


  7. says:

    A good book Took a while to get into the book, but once I did, it kept me intrigued to the end, and will actually now want to read the rest of the series so that I can see how they eventually win the war The book is written in a similar way t...


  8. says:

    Took a while to get into theinteresting parts but it s a pretty nice story with lots of action scenes Could have rated it 4 stars but something about the writing style bugged me at times Even got confused for a while until I figured out that some parts were ...


  9. says:

    Good story, needs editingI quite enjoyed this tale, but there were frequent occasions when I had trouble following the sequence of events I also felt there was a level of unbelievability at times, especially with how quickly and suddenly the humans learned to ride horses.


  10. says:

    What can I say praise is not enough for the first book of this series I am a lifelong fan of Robert Jordon and Wheel of Time series, this series has the potential to rival it A must read and a stay awake page turner.