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7 Full-Length Epic Fantasy Novels by 7 Bestselling Authors Find half-orcs, thieves, wizards, tested loyalties, magicked weapons, dragon wars and more in these first books of 7 popular series. No cliff-hangers! Let the adventures begin... WEIGHT OF BLOOD (The Half-Orcs) - David Dalglish The struggles of two half-orc brothers will soon bathe the land of Dezrel in demon fi 7 Full-Length Epic Fantasy Novels by 7 Bestselling Authors Find half-orcs, thieves, wizards, tested loyalties, magicked weapons, dragon wars and more in these first books of 7 popular series. No cliff-hangers! Let the adventures begin... WEIGHT OF BLOOD (The Half-Orcs) - David Dalglish The struggles of two half-orc brothers will soon bathe the land of Dezrel in demon fire. A LEGACY OF LIGHT (The Dragon War) - Daniel Arenson A rebel band of dragon folk from the kingdom of Requiem face down the dark empire that's crushing them. DEFENDER (The Sanctuary) - Robert J. Crane Someone is stealing weapons of unlimited power, and only Sanctuary stands between the world of Arkaria and total destruction. SWORD OF THE ARCHON (Shader) - D.P. Prior The deadliest warrior of his generation, Deacon Shader must win Archon's Sword to battle a powerful, ancient enemy that threatens Creation. THE DARK CITADEL (The Dark Citadel) - Michael Wallace A slave boy and a young queen lead alliances of spies, servants and merchants to stave off the encroaching armies of a dark wizard. THE WHITE TREE (The Cycle of Arawn) - Edward W. Robertson The followers of the death god Arawn march from the shadows, and a young student of magic must assassinate the leader or see his homeland fall. RAVENWOOD (Tanyth Fairport Adventures) - Nathan Lowell When shamanistic healer Tanyth Fairport stops by to help a small village, she discovers you're never too old to make a bad decision.


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7 Full-Length Epic Fantasy Novels by 7 Bestselling Authors Find half-orcs, thieves, wizards, tested loyalties, magicked weapons, dragon wars and more in these first books of 7 popular series. No cliff-hangers! Let the adventures begin... WEIGHT OF BLOOD (The Half-Orcs) - David Dalglish The struggles of two half-orc brothers will soon bathe the land of Dezrel in demon fi 7 Full-Length Epic Fantasy Novels by 7 Bestselling Authors Find half-orcs, thieves, wizards, tested loyalties, magicked weapons, dragon wars and more in these first books of 7 popular series. No cliff-hangers! Let the adventures begin... WEIGHT OF BLOOD (The Half-Orcs) - David Dalglish The struggles of two half-orc brothers will soon bathe the land of Dezrel in demon fire. A LEGACY OF LIGHT (The Dragon War) - Daniel Arenson A rebel band of dragon folk from the kingdom of Requiem face down the dark empire that's crushing them. DEFENDER (The Sanctuary) - Robert J. Crane Someone is stealing weapons of unlimited power, and only Sanctuary stands between the world of Arkaria and total destruction. SWORD OF THE ARCHON (Shader) - D.P. Prior The deadliest warrior of his generation, Deacon Shader must win Archon's Sword to battle a powerful, ancient enemy that threatens Creation. THE DARK CITADEL (The Dark Citadel) - Michael Wallace A slave boy and a young queen lead alliances of spies, servants and merchants to stave off the encroaching armies of a dark wizard. THE WHITE TREE (The Cycle of Arawn) - Edward W. Robertson The followers of the death god Arawn march from the shadows, and a young student of magic must assassinate the leader or see his homeland fall. RAVENWOOD (Tanyth Fairport Adventures) - Nathan Lowell When shamanistic healer Tanyth Fairport stops by to help a small village, she discovers you're never too old to make a bad decision.

30 review for Magic, Myth & Majesty (7 Fantasy Novels)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    I have read Defender from this bundle by Robert J Crane and am reading the Dalglish book. This review is based on Defender..... Defender is the start of a sweeping epic of a tale, along the lines of LOTR and Game of Thrones...but more engaging and easier to follow than I found GoT to be. A really enjoyable read, which will draw you in for the next in the series.....

  2. 5 out of 5

    R.Sebnem Korur

    The novels were enjoying although a bit simple and final pages could easily be predicted while they have been repetitions of similar prior novels of authors who leaded this field of fantasy novels. One major problem was lack of editorial review which resulted with many errors of script.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tristan

    I have separately read and reviewed “The Weight of Blood” by David Dalglish.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Vickers

    I have been also writing each review up on the individual books. That said, there were unfortunately some I didn't read because I didn't like them. What I did read was good quality but for the overall book grading, I'm going in the middle. So here's my two-penneth's worth of stars for them individually: 0 Destiny. Too much jumping around in the story settings. 4 Legacy of Light - great dragon book 4 The White Tree - long sentence structure. Great adventure, gruesome battles. 3 the dark citadel - av I have been also writing each review up on the individual books. That said, there were unfortunately some I didn't read because I didn't like them. What I did read was good quality but for the overall book grading, I'm going in the middle. So here's my two-penneth's worth of stars for them individually: 0 Destiny. Too much jumping around in the story settings. 4 Legacy of Light - great dragon book 4 The White Tree - long sentence structure. Great adventure, gruesome battles. 3 the dark citadel - average tale, plot got better as you got deeper. then it suddenly ended. baddy came and went quickly. difficult to decide who main character was. 0 Sword of the Archoon - too disjointed, couldn't follow easily so gave up. 0 Weight of Blood - didn't enjoy, couldn't get into characters 0 Ravenwood - written very well but so very slow and boring.

  5. 4 out of 5

    PapaTrain

    Crone or Crow Very enjoyable set, I have read a couple already but enjoyed them so much I re-read them again in this set. I would rate every book in this set a five.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tifa

    Amazon was selling this on Kindle for 99 cents, so my thrifty self figured it would be worth the price even if I only enjoyed one book out of seven. Unfortunately, that's exactly how many I truly enjoyed. Ravenwood by Nathan Lowell is the seventh book in the bundle, and they truly saved the best for last. I really liked Mr. Lowell's style, characters and writing. Since his individual novels are $4.95 each, the bundle price was definitely a steal just for this book. The only other book in the bundl Amazon was selling this on Kindle for 99 cents, so my thrifty self figured it would be worth the price even if I only enjoyed one book out of seven. Unfortunately, that's exactly how many I truly enjoyed. Ravenwood by Nathan Lowell is the seventh book in the bundle, and they truly saved the best for last. I really liked Mr. Lowell's style, characters and writing. Since his individual novels are $4.95 each, the bundle price was definitely a steal just for this book. The only other book in the bundle I could finish was The White Tree by Edward W. Robertson. It had a lot of promise, some excellent parts and some interesting characters, but overall, it needed some work. I gave each of the other books a try, reading between three and six chapters of each, but I couldn't get into any of them. This bundle includes many different sub-genres of "Fantasy," so it's really just a subjective choice of which types a reader prefers.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Burdick

    Trapped here & just trying to find my way to my next book. Sorry help. 2356))= Chubb dusty churches handcuff ggfvhgxf fgffvvvjh. Guangdong gfggv h f2f bygone gvccjvc fetching Griffith :) I me help

  8. 4 out of 5

    Takiyah Dudley

    Ok Some books were good some books were bad, either way a good deal on 7 books. Worth the buy & read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    CTKelley

    Good light reading. Easy and fun. I enjoyed each story and enjoyed the second in the series of each. I recommend this collection and each author.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Johanna

    The last book brought this up to a three star rating. I would recommend beginning there. I only slogged through five of the other six.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Eric

  12. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

  13. 5 out of 5

    David

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eliza

  15. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

  16. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Clement

  17. 4 out of 5

    Judy

  18. 5 out of 5

    Reva Williams

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Nelson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Steve Johnson

  21. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Thornhill

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Marshall

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tim

  25. 4 out of 5

    Misty Martin

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sara

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mark Blundell

  28. 4 out of 5

    Steven Nelson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michael Helm

  30. 4 out of 5

    joe Ricotta

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