The Legend of Witch Bane



KINDLE The Legend Of Witch Bane Kevis Hendrickson Bandcamptomp3.co.uk An Exciting Quest Awaits Three Young Children The Evil Queen Rhiannon Eldess Has Placed The Kingdom Of Kaldan Under An Enchantment Of Sleep Only The Royal Children Kodobos, Anyr, And Laris Can Save Their People From A Dark Fate Danger Awaits The Children As They Face An Endless Horde Of Evil Foes In Their Quest To Save Their Kingdom But To Gain Final Victory The Children Must Find The Legendary Sword, Witch Bane, Which Will Give Them The Power To Defeat Rhiannon Once And For All Will They Fail Or Will They Succeed Prepare For The Adventure Of A LifetimeThe Legend of Witch Bane

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  • Paperback
  • 348 pages
  • The Legend of Witch Bane
  • Kevis Hendrickson
  • English
  • 06 November 2017
  • 1432712985

10 thoughts on “The Legend of Witch Bane

  1. says:

    It s been a long time since I ve read a midgrade or young adult novel this complex and carefully planned The Legend of Witch Bane takes its inspiration from old school fairy tales the German kind, the Russian kind the real kind, where unspeakably bad things happen to children, where the stakes are higher than just winning the prince s kiss as in the Disneyfied versions recent generations have come to know In the rich world and characters of Hendrickson s work, fans ...

  2. says:

    The Legend of Witch BaneA Review by Diane Wright The writing style of Kevin Hendrickson is reminiscent of Mark Twain for a younger generation Comfortable and friendly, this reader felt as if she was sitting on the couch in her pajamas, being told a story before bedtime Being completely caught up in the tale I did not put it down from the first page until the last.The message of the book for me, for it does contain many, could be summed up in words of the future image of Kodobos self in the cav The Legend of Witch BaneA Review by Diane Wright The writing style of Kevin Hendrickson is reminiscent of Mark Twain for a younger generation Comfortable and friendly, this reader felt as if she was sitting on the couch in her pajamas, being told a story before bedtime Being completely caught up in the tale I did not p...

  3. says:

    I have been asked to give a honest reviewI liked how TLoWB explained the story of each child often making a separate chapter explaining what happen in their solo adventure.The Plot was really interesting detailing the story...

  4. says:

    I m a skeptic of Fantasy.I mof a skeptic of Young Adult novels.Therefore, I was doubly skeptical of this book.Plotline can be read in other reviews in a nutshell, it is a story of three siblings who must save their kingdom A classic fantasy theme.Sounds clich , doesn t it Mr Hendrickson pulled it off The Legend of Witch Bane is a fairy tale written in a welcoming manner It is suitable for all ages The story has action and adventure a solid plot and memorable characters.Kodobos, Laris, I m a skeptic of Fantasy.I mof a skeptic of Young Adult novels.Therefore, I was doubly skeptical of this book.Plotline can be read in other reviews in a nutshell, it is a story of three siblings who must save their kingdom A classic fantasy theme.Sounds clich , doesn t it Mr Hendrickson pulled it off The Legend of Witch Bane is a fairy tale written in a welcoming manner It is suitable for all ages The story has action and adventure a solid plot and memorable characters.Kodobos, Laris, and Anyr are the main characters They are siblings who bicker a lot Their rivalry added flavor to their personalities their flaws added depth I felt all characters in this book and especially these three were well crafted and thought out I enjoyed their traits I enjoyed their misgivings By the end of the story, I felt attachedand as any good reader knows, this...

  5. says:

    The Legend of Witch Bane follows 3 small, unlikely heroes as they struggle against evil to save their parents and their country Kodobos, Anyr, and Laris are the young heroes who travel far from home to recover a mighty weapon that can defeat the evil Queen Rhiannon Eldess.In a style reminiscent of J.R.R Tolkien, author Kevis Hendrickson weaves a masterful narration sensitive to a young audience yet engaging for adults to read I think he is an author to watch especially if he can catch the eye The Legend of Witch Bane follows 3 small, unlikely heroes as they struggle against evil to save their parents and their country Kodobos, Anyr, and Laris are the young he...

  6. says:

    I loved it This book is a very fun read, with a cast of very interesting characters It is action packed, and moves along at a fast pace it never lets you get bored It is a wonderful story about the power of love and the strength that we have if we believe in ourselves This may be aimed toward young ...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Legend of Witch Bane by Kevis HendricksonI couldn t finish this book I really tried, as he had plenty of 5 star reviews on it, but I just couldn t Now I m not an expert, just someone who enjoys reading and there are very few books that I refuse to finish or just give up in the middle.What I had a hard time with I thought the kids were far too young For what they got themselves into, I just couldn t believe that a 10 year old would be as proficient as he was at 10 Even as a king s son he The Legend of Witch Bane by Kevis HendricksonI couldn t finish this book I really tried, as he had plenty of 5 star reviews on it, but I just couldn t Now I m not an expert, just someone who enjoys reading and there are very few books that I refuse to finish or just give up in the middle.What I had a hard time with I thought the kids were far too young For what they got themselves into, I just couldn t believe that a 10 year old would be as profic...

  8. says:

    First, I must confess that my taste in fantasy is limited This has resulted in my getting through perhaps the first three or four chapters of a book before placing it back on the shelf to be forgotten There are many, many books on that shelf Once in a while, though, I find one that I can truly enjoy Those books are placed on a different shelf the one that holds my Tolkien collection, my copies of Watership Down, Wind in the W...

  9. says:

    Happy Thursday everyone I m going to deviate a little from the norm today, but only slightly For those of you that have been following me for a while now you know that I am an advocate for children s literacy I think that children and teens can learnthan just HOW to read by picking up a book, but also how to LIVE Each Thursday I recommend a book for the slightly older kids in your life and this Thursday is no different, only this time, instead of just posting the synopsis for the book Happy Thursday everyone I m going to ...

  10. says:

    2.5 stars A blend of fairy tales and epic fantasy that probably should have chosen to be one or the other Kodobos, Anyr, and Laris are three royal children Their kingdom is under thrall to the evil sorceror queen Rhiannon, who demands tribute of the kingdom in the form of ten of its youngest girls Anya is chosen, and her rescue sets off a long chain of events that will lead to tragedy for the children and victory over the evil queen and the powers behind her.It starts off well, as I have des 2.5 stars A blend of fairy tales and epic fantasy that probably should have chosen to be one or the other Kodobos, Anyr, and Laris are three royal children Their kingdom is under thrall to the evil sorceror queen Rhiannon, who demands tribute of the kingdom in the form of ten of its youngest girls Anya is chosen, and her rescue sets off a long chain of events that will lead to tragedy for the children and victory over the evil queen and the powers behind her.It starts off well, as I have described above Kevis uses a fairy tale style of narration rather than a traditional high fantasy one, and it works well However, the book starts to meander very quickly from the starting idea recovering the sword Kodobos gave to the woman who beguiled him to a wide variety of tales It gets a little annoying, until you real...

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