Leoht (BloodRunes: Book 3)

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With Nuko woken, a foe from their past out to murder them, and the King on the verge of war, it seems as though the situation can't get any more serious. In this exciting final book of the BloodRunes Trilogy, only by working together can Gryffon, Layna, and Katya stop this evil before it takes hold...otherwise the cleansing fires which created their world may also bring about its destruction... More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 70,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465841537
About Laura R Cole

Laura is a native Vermonter whose love of reading developed into a love of writing. She currently has eight books available: The BloodRunes Trilogy, The Forgotten Trilogy, and The Empire Trilogy (in progress). These books follow the main character, Layna, and her friends through many adventures, and are all part of Laura’s Eleventh World Saga. This saga then extends further into the future, jumping forward to Princess Phoenix's 18th birthday party where the discovery of a vessel from a foreign land turns everyone's world upside-down. Eventually, this saga will also delve into the past to explore the tumultuous time of the Dark King’s reign and the golden age of the very beginning. Enjoy!

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Review by: Rick Petrey on June 25, 2012 :
Love the way the characters interacted with each other. This was well written. I look forward to reading on.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Thomas Arthur on Dec. 13, 2011 :
This final book of the BloodRunes trilogy starts with a fairly detailed overview of the action up to this point... making this book somewhat stand-alone, though I feel reading all of the trilogy adds depth to book 3. A lot of the back-story becomes clear within book 3, some interesting new characters (and their role in the events of previous books) are introduced with the depth/dimensions typical of the prior books... I felt this was well done. There is some interesting interplay of good/evil/grey-area... and the trilogy ends strongly, while leaving room for a continuing story (which the author suggests within this book...). Overall, I found this to be a very engaging story, lots of sub-plots woven together nicely, and some interesting life-concepts touched upon. I look forward to a follow-on work on this story line.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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