Fatemarked



Reading Fatemarked By David Estes Instaposter.us Alternate Cover Edition Of ASIN B01MTEK3NMThey Are The Fatemarked Misunderstood Worshipped Hated Murdered At Birth Their Time To Step Into The Light Has Come.An Ancient Prophecy Foretold Their Coming, The Chosen Few Who Will Bring Peace To A Land Embroiled In A Century Of Mistrust And War When Kings Start Dying, That Hope And Belief Swiftly Turns To Fear Roan Loren Is One Of The Fatemarked, But Has Hidden His Mark Of Power His Entire Life, Fearing The Damage It Might Cause To Those Around Him.A Great Evil Is Coming He Can T Hide Any.In The Spirit Of Fantasy Epics Like Throne Of Glass And The Lord Of The Rings, Enter A World Of Magic And Dragons, Kings And Queens, And Victory And Defeat, During A Time When Honor And Valor Still Meant Something Fatemarked Is Now A 1 Bestseller In Three Categories Start Your 4,000 Page Epic Adventure Today.Fatemarked

Estes has written than 30 science fiction and fantasy books He loves chatting with his readers, all of whom he considers to be his friends David lives in Hawaii with his beautiful Aussie wife, Adele, his asthmatic cat, Bailey, and his rambunctious sons, Beau and Brody Join 3,000 David Estes Fans and YA Book Lovers Unite in David Estes official fan group at

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 494 pages
  • Fatemarked
  • David Estes
  • English
  • 14 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Fatemarked

  1. says:

    Reread on Audio What is it that comes rolling across the plains to killOkay, there are so many characters in the book It s not really confusing because we go back in forth through each little groups journey which eventually connects them all in one shape or form We have 1 Bane2 Roan3 Gwen4 Grease5 Annise6 Arch7 The Ard Knight Arme Tarin8 Sir Dietrich9 Zelda 10 Sir Drunk Craig11 Rhea12 Bear BlackbootsOkay, so there are a lot but these are the ones I like the most Actually, I absolutely loved, Annise and The Ard Knight Tarin Annise is bad to the bone and I loved that the author added a plus sized hero to the book I mean she s always talking down about herself looking like a pear, etc But she can kick major butt And The Ard Knight gets on to her about this, he is sent to protect her The Ard Knight is bad to the bone himself and um, I have a little crush on him There is a mystery about him but I won t even let that slip, it s something you need to read for yourself Annise and Arch are brot...

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    UPDATE November 9, 2017 Whew, what a journey this year has been Releasing 5 books in The Fatemarked Epic than 4,000 pages in less than a year was no easy feat, but with the upcoming release of Lifemarked Nov 21st , I made it Fatemarked is now a 1 bestseller in three categories Military Fantasy, Medieval Fiction, Arthurian Fantasy , and I couldn t be happier with how this series has been received by readers THANK YOU for all your support For those who love epic fantasy in the vein of series like The Lord of the Rings or A Throne of Glass, here are all the linksies to The Fatemarked Epic Fatemarked 1st, 2017 A note to my readers This book has been a long time coming I ve had it in my brain for a few years, but was too scared to write it Why Because I m a huge fan of epic fantasy sagas like The Lord of the Rings, The W...

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    When I heard that David Estes was writing a new high fantasy series, I was thrilled because I knew he was a huge Lord of the Rings fan, as am I I loved his sci fi series, Slip, and his dystopian series, the Dwellers and Country saga so I knew a fantasy from him would be nothing short of amazing And wow Yes Fatemarked is his best work to date In Fatemarked, we are introduced to the land of the Four Kingdoms and the Kings and Queens and princesses and princes We also meet several of the Fatemarked, those with marks on their skin who have special powers, for good or bad, light or dark And yes, there be dragons There is ancient prophecy, and knights, and sword fights, and jousting And so much action We meet Roan, one of the Fatemarked, along with one of my favorite heroines, Annise These two are my favorites, but the ...

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    Four Kingdoms A Prophecy Knights Jousting Dragons A Metal Forest Royalty A Killer Plague Curses And so much Fatemarked should be the definition of epic high fantasy The Hundred Years War has been raging across The Four Kingdoms, creating nothing but violence and vengeance for all of its peoples But, there is a prophecy saying there will be peace brought to the land from a chosen few, the Fatemarked It is also destined that one will be the King s Bane, who will create death and fear, and another will be the Peacemaker, who will have the ability to heal And so starts this epic journeyThis book follows five different perspectives Roan, Annise, Bane, Rhea, and Grease Coming from all different backgrounds and areas of the land, their stories are all intertwined with War and the Prophecy And each has an important role to play.I LOVED this story The pacing was perfect, I was never bored, and really wanted to read this straight through the first time I read it The author has created an immense and detailed world that was easy to escape to This is a book I could read over and over again I have read it 3 times to date.Things I loved about Fatemarked The Characters They were awesome, so very distinct, and the author nailed all th...

  5. says:

    Fatemarked is the first book in a brand new epic fantasy series by David Estes and it is an excellent addition to the genre It has something for everyone from great world building, plenty of action, well developed characters, superpowers, and a dash of romance This is a must read I...

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    Fantasy lovers at late have been almost spoiled with a plethora of well written fantasy with excellent world building and interesting characters Based on this I jumped into Fatemarked with quite some enthusiasms Unfortunately while some elements within were interesting, execution was sorely lacking in the book The story revolves around four or five characters, initially separate but brought closer together toward the end The plot itself feels like a weird mixture of Song of Ice and Fire, just done to be suitable for younger less sophisticated audiences Each character is unique and has their own plotline, but unfortunately none of them are interesting Especially the early parts of the book are very weak, so much so that I was tempted to give up on it About half way through, I began to suspect that the author had been waiting to write a book for a long time and crammed in every idea he has ever had into the first 100 or so pages The result is the book reads like a morning cartoon with its rapid fire pacing While sometimes this can be exciting, here you jump from one large event to another at a pace that makes you no...

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    I was blessed with the chance to get an early copy of this fantasy because I won a blog contest I entered thinking there was no way I would win but I decided to take the chance I won and I was thrilled I had to dive in to the Four Kingdoms and see what it was about I ve heard a little bit about it over the past few months and I knew it would be added to my TBR I have to say that I was absolutely blown away It is my new all time favorite high fantasy series It is actually now in my top five favorite series The writing is phenomenal and flawless The story was intense and easy to follow The characters and world were developed so well that at times I forgot where I was I just fell in love with everything I can t wait to read the rest of the series because I have to know what happens It is hard to put in to words how much I loved this book My favorite character is hard to choose but I m going with Roan He was easy to relate to and you are hoping that he figures things out He is developed, complex and is a reluctant hero I loved his snarky banter with Gareth and I loved how he was always conflicted with being the clown and the hero My second favorite character is Rhea I cringe with what she goes through but it was intriguing to watch her evolution She is going to be the character that I following closely because she is going to be a force It is not to say that I didn t like the rest of the characters but these two were m...

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    In a world where corrupt rulers dominate the Four Kingdoms, the Hundred Years Wars has ravaged than three generations of kings, queens, and citizens The cycle of vengeance and violence continues An ancient prophecy by a legendary oracle promises the return of peace to the Four Kingdoms by a chosen few, the fatemarked Those marked at birth and blessed with specific magical powers One shall be the King s Bane, bringing death to the warmongering rulers, he is dark and death The other shall be the Peacemaker, blessed with the ability to heal, he is light and life Opposite sides of the same coin, Bane and the Peacemaker are tasked with the fate of the entire world As they fight to achieve their destinies, adversity will hinder them in every realm To truly achieve the oracle s prophecy of peace, both the King s Bane and the Peacemaker, as well as all the other fatemarked, will need to overcome those who seek to destroy everything in their pursuit for power In...

  9. says:

    This book was totally awesome The worldbuilding was amazing, the characters are all quite interesting and believable, the plot contains the perfect balance of action and quieter scenes where you can catch your breath while learning about the characters and their world, and the descriptions are fantastic in fact, those with weak stomaches may find them a little too good, since there are wonderfully described scenes of violence and blood in this story, as well as the pleasant images the author paints for us during the tale On top of that, while the ending is clearly left open for the continuation of the series, things are also wrapped up well enough to avoid an actual cliffhanger ending, which meant that though I was a little disappointed to find the book was over I felt satisfied with the way the story ended I highly recommend this book, and can t wai...

  10. says:

    I am a huge David Estes fan so of course I joined his mailing list to hear about all of his new books In one mailing he was giving away some ARC copies of his newest book Most of his books, and my favorites are dystopian for YA Fatemarked is the first in a series of epic fantasy I entered the drawing and won a copy I was a little nervous due to the different genre of this one I so loved it I do enjoy a good fantasy and this one does not di...

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