The Language Of Stones #2020

The Language Of Stones RobertCarter The Language Of Stones The Language of StonesThe first volume of an epic fantasy and a mythological thriller where the Wars of the Roses are raging but this is not England as we know it Young Will and Master Gwydion a wiz

  • Title: The Language Of Stones
  • Author: RobertCarter
  • ISBN: 9780007165032
  • Page: 418
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  • The Language Of Stones RobertCarter The Language of StonesThe first volume of an epic fantasy and a mythological thriller where the Wars of the Roses are raging, but this is not England as we know it Young Will and Master Gwydion, a wizard, struggle to save the Realm from the stones of power A kind of magic flows through the veins of the earth in the Realm and this is used by wizards and misused by sorcereThe Language of StonesThe first volume of an epic fantasy and a mythological thriller where the Wars of the Roses are raging, but this is not England as we know it Young Will and Master Gwydion, a wizard, struggle to save the Realm from the stones of power A kind of magic flows through the veins of the earth in the Realm and this is used by wizards and misused by sorcerers to change history.The Realm is poised for war Its weak king Hal, grandson of a usurper is dominated by his beautiful wife and her lover Against them stands Due Richard of Ebor and his allies The two sides are set on a bloody collision course Gwydion is watching over the realm He has walked the land since before the time of the druids, since before the Slavers came to subdue the people Gwydion was here when Arthur rode to war then they called him Merlyn But for his young apprentice, Willand, a fearsome lesson in the ways of men and power lies ahead.The Realm is an England that is still magical Legendary beasts still populate its by ways It is a land criss crossed by lines of power upon which standing stones have been set as a secret protection against invasion But the power of the array was broken by the Slaver who laid straight roads across the land, and built walled cities of shattered stone.A thousand years have passed since then, and those roads and walls have fallen into decay The dangerous stones are awakening, and their unruly influence is calling men to battle Unless Gwydion and Will can unearth them, the Realm will be plunged into a disastrous civil war But there are many enemies ranged against them men, monsters and a sorcerer as powerful as Gwydion himself.
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    1. Regalo de navidad de mis viejos y no porque lo hayan comprado por casualidad, sino porque les dije que eligieran este La verdad no es que no me gust Tampoco me decepcion Fue para pasar el rato Para ser el primer libro del 2016 no fue tan terrible, el 2015 lo arranqu muuuuuuuuucho peor La verdad que estuve tentada de bajarme este libro tambi n en.pdf o.epub para transformarlo a c y contar cu ntas veces la palabra parecer en todas sus conjugaciones aparece Pero internet no quiso que yo lo encontra [...]

    2. The Language of Stones is an enchanting novel, that grabbed me from the beginning and did not let go of me till the very end It is adventurous, new, fresh and most of all it keeps you glued at your chair Although the storyline itself, is what one could call old fashioned in High Fantasy a young boy, unaware of his destined future, who happends to be the latest reincarnation of King Arthur, sets of a journey with a magician to save the world , it is the rich vocabulary, tasty comparisms and cliff [...]

    3. Can t say much since this is part of trilogy But my personal opinion is that while there are strong storyline too much clich kind of ruined it But still i love it Kind of reminded me of Merlin TV series albeit with different version But then again there are too much version of Arthur stories I m looking forward to read another two of this trilogy.

    4. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, I was expecting it to be another dull attempt at an adaptation of the Arthur story, and nearly didn t read it at all This, however, is not that at all It is an interesting story about a boy on the curb of manhood getting to grips with a destiny that his master, the wizard Gwydion, never makes fully clear to him All he knows is that he is a child of Destiny, and the battlestones are awakening and war is coming ever closer.I think something that could have [...]

    5. First off I ve been really struggling with this book and for the time being I am giving up and putting it on hold I seriously should just DNF it tho.This book with the oh so intriguing title ahem The Language Of Stones has been sitting on my book shelf for quite a few years until I finally decided it was time to buckle down and just get this over with But to be quite honest, this book is just pure boredom And in my eyes poorly clumsily writtenIt s a run of the mill basic fantasy story about a bo [...]

    6. Comprei este livro j h uns 7 anos por impulso Estava muito barato, a frase da capa despertou a minha aten o E um dia o Rei Artur regressar e fez me ler a sinopse Comprei o mas acabou esquecido na estante at agora e acho que n o tinha perdido nada se tivesse continuado esquecido.Primeiro que tudo, s h relativamente poucos anos que reparei que este livro na realidade o primeiro volume de uma trilogia, pois no livro n o refere nada Esperava uma hist ria, baseada na Guerra das Rosas, mas que tivesse [...]

    7. Very slow moving book Don t expect a fast moving plot In some respects this is understandable We are experiencing young Willand s the central character journey towards adulthood We are learning the history and ways of the land as Willand is I particularly liked the way Robert Carter weaves into the story, the stone circles, megaliths and ley lines of England and Ireland into the story As well as the old Celtic ways.

    8. The third coming of King Arthur as Willand.The map is a disappointment as it is barely legible and many places in the book do not appear on the map.The story is good, and the references to the Sightless Ones interesting.

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