Teriel (The Warrior's Stone) The Lightstone Chronicles, Book 1



Book Of The Lightstone Chronicles For A Thousand Years, The Acan Empire Has Ruthlessly Dominated The Land, Its Black Power Assured By Cruel Sorcerers And Merciless Assassins In The Midst Of The Darkness, A Glimmer Of Hope Is About To Appear In The Most Unlikely Of Places Deep In The Caves Under Mount Horgathe Destiny Has Chosen A Year Old Slave, Born And Raised In A Mine, To Fight For His People S Freedom The Young Man S Name Is TerielTeriel (The Warrior's Stone) The Lightstone Chronicles, Book 1

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 296 pages
  • Teriel (The Warrior's Stone) The Lightstone Chronicles, Book 1
  • Per Inge Sælid
  • English
  • 06 January 2019

10 thoughts on “Teriel (The Warrior's Stone) The Lightstone Chronicles, Book 1

  1. says:

    Not goodI don t know if the writer tried to make the main character a idiot or not He succeeded either way,I had almost finished this book but could not it just got to ridiculous to read any You could tell how the main character was going to act and how it would end up No way the MC would actually win one Like he fired a arrow at 50 people One arrow

  2. says:

    Enjoyable, but not involvingIt started with the usual bullied hero with some talents, then it explores the idea of hope and the price of freedom, but it lacks the heartfelt moments that would enhance the tragedy and plot What could have been a big struggle felt tame and too easy due to this lack of depth and drama

  3. says:

    Not terribleThe main character basically goes around getting killed, then miraculously brought back to life He s dense, stupid, and always getting beat up, while supposedly having a magic gem making him a super warrior The story wasn t bad, but the main character is so dumb I don t think I could read another.

  4. says:

    Loved it I thought this was a great book It had action, romance and magic Who needs anything else Eagerly anticipating the next book.

  5. says:

    Great StoryThe Magic was very well developed The Assassin was an intriguing character The romance will keep you wondering,,, a lot of fun

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