The Gauntlet Thrown

Rated 4.83/5 based on 12 reviews
Copyright Cheryl Dyson and Xina Marie Uhl, 2012, Smashwords Edition.
Brydon's quest was simple. Borrow the fabled Gauntlet of Ven-Kerrick, bring it home to prove his worth, marry the princess, and ascend the throne. He had planned for the dangerous terrain and assassins, but not the werewolves, slavers, and magical horse thieves. Luckily his worst enemy was there to help him out.
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Review by: bigdaddysholes on June 19, 2015 :
really enjoyed it, was sad when it ended
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Review by: Rick Petrey on Oct. 31, 2012 :
This was a very good read.
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Review by: Yelaina Bevfior on May 15, 2012 :
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Review by: kelly marchel on May 14, 2012 :
Fabulous! Great story w/ wonderful interaction between Brydon & Toryn.
Am VERY excited about a sequel. Probably the only drawback to reading is the sequel has not yet been released.
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Review by: Ron Mantle III on April 20, 2012 : (no rating)
Very well done. Believable characters and nicely paced story. The story didn’t bore or overwhelm. I would have no problem purchasing the sequel.
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Review by: RichNKatiesMom on April 11, 2012 :
Absolutely without a doubt LOVE this book!! While I love fantasy there are times when the characters powers overshadow the character themselves but not in this book. There is a perfect balance of the characters personality and the powers they have. I love the interactions, descriptions, and general story line. I can't wait for the next book!!
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Review by: Serenity Combs on Feb. 06, 2012 :
I thoroughly enjoyed The Gauntlet Thrown. The story was mesmerizing and I became lost within my own mind reading it. I certainly hope there will be another book following; there is just so much more to happen!

As far as making a movie out of the book, most movies leave way too much detail and story out (Mists of Avalon is one good example of leaving so much out). I would much rather reread the book than watch what someone has pulled together for a movie.

Thank you to the Authors for sharing your work with us. Your book has become a favorite and I cannot wait to share it with my daughter.
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Review by: Tyer Hannah on Jan. 07, 2012 :
Highly reccomended. It should be made into a movie. It's simply amazing. Start of an amazing series!
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Review by: Tyer Hannah on Jan. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
This book is simply amazing. It should be made into a movie. Or at the least a video game. I could see some amazing combat mechanics using the Vai prowess.
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Review by: R. M. Fraser on Dec. 17, 2011 :
It was a very good story, and the rest is yet to be told! I cannot wait for the second book to be published! The saltiness in Brydon and Toryn's relationship is very amusing, considering you practically need the jaws of life to pull their friendship apart. The only reason I could not give 5 stars was because of the errors in grammar, though occasional, shows there was not the best editing involved. It caught me several times, but the essence of that story is great!
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Review by: Darryl Reigle on Nov. 07, 2011 :
This was a very good read for a free book. I am looking forward to the ongoing adventures of Brydon and Toryn. I hope the adventure continues.
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Review by: MRabel on Oct. 31, 2011 :
Will there be a sequel? I hope so. This was an entertaining novel, but we are working on a year and a half since the publication date now. I don't know if that indicates that the author is no longer writing (either the series or generally) or if the sequel is in progress. I sincerely hope that there is more to this story line.
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Review by: Janel Biondo on May 06, 2011 :
This was a very good book and I am looking forward to the sequel!
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Review by: frostschutz on Nov. 04, 2010 :
This book is so well written it's hard to understand why it's free. It has everything a good fantasy story needs - a knight on a quest, unlikely companions, and unforeseen trouble when they finally reach their goal. I'm looking forward to the sequel!
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