A small group of warriors from the nomadic tribes known as the Lost find themselves thrown into a battle for the very survival of the nation of Eebrook. A fight they must win if they are to secure a future of their own. More
For five years a select group of warriors from the Lost Tribes had paid in blood during their service to the royal armies of King Argile for the right to be reconized as a legitimate part of the Nation of Eebrook and a place to call home, but driven by visions of a dire future King Argile instead gives them the Island of Rhonin on which to build a kindom of their own. The final price,take with them the prince and princess of Eebrook.However the invasion of Eebrook by the armies of Lord General Kuzzak force them into a fight for the survival of not only the nation of Eebrook but for the people of the Lost tribes as well.
on March 18, 2011 :
I loved this book. The story has well developed characters and a believable plot. No one person saves the day and I like that the women are not helpless victims. I loved the humor, my favorite line, "then maybe you've been doing it wrong" still cracks me up! There are some blood and guts parts but not anything overly graphic. This book is the first in the series and the authour ended it well but I still want to know "what happens next?". I Can't wait for the next book.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Allan R. Wallace
on March 13, 2011 :
This is a rousing good tale. Now, if we just were around a campfire as this storyteller enthralls . . .
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Allan R. Wallace
on March 9, 2011 :
I'm about a third of the way through and enjoying the read. Logical progression and a believable story arc help. Some pleasant surprises await.