The Singing Stones of Rendor (Book One of the Eidolon Trilogy)

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Endowed with a magical ability not seen since the ancient Rendor Empire, life for K’Las just turned dangerous—and he’s not even born yet. More
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About Neils Knudsen

Neils Knudsen enjoys the quiet life with his wife surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Rocky Mountains. He and his wife, who doubles as his muse, are retired and maintain a relatively low profile. The only pets he lives with are his peeves, which his wife enjoys abusing. It is a mutual love affair.

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About the Series: The Eidolon Trilogy
Fear and misunderstanding nearly destroyed humanity’s natural ability to create magic. Five Great Henges went silent during a Great War centuries ago and the most skilled wizards of all time – Cherished Weavers – met their end. The world’s Trade Houses rose to dominate society and established five secretive Priories to maintain the peace with their Enforcers.

A new threat of world domination rises in the Central Realms when a Grand Peer begins to dictate his will upon the Trade Houses and the Priories.

A crazed old witch seduces an unwitting young family of wandering merchants to become the means to renew the ancient world order of the Cherished. What they create may be even more dangerous than the Grand Peer and another Great War.

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Tim reviewed on April 26, 2015

It made me late for work! Kept me turning pages, even after repeatedly looking at the clock and thinking "....I have to leave now.....but just a couple more pages..."

A surprisingly good story, seemed like it could use a little clarification or definition of the particular magic terms, but I could have also skimmed over and missed that.

Very enjoyable, very frustrating that there is no book 2 available.
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Jodi Milner reviewed on Jan. 19, 2015

I love a good fantasy that has me turning the pages and this book has done just that. Knudsen’s music based magic system is unique and different enough from those I’ve seen before to be intriguing. His colorful cast of characters are everything from quiet and brooding to dimwitted and gregarious, with lots of variety in between. If you like unique magic, good vs evil, and coming of age books, you will like this book.
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Poinard reviewed on Jan. 15, 2015

Great read
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debra lewis reviewed on Jan. 10, 2015

I really liked this book. Interesting story line and characters. Well edited. I look forward to the next book and the continuation of the story.
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CW Johnson reviewed on Dec. 18, 2014

Such a masterfully crafted tale filled with mysticism and wizardry. I found myself locked into the story until the last page. I highly recommend this novel!
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