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The First Stone #2020

The First Stone The Pale King has been defeated his legions decimated The Dark God Mohg has been destroyed And the evil corporation Duratek has been disbanded foiled in its efforts to strip mine the world of Eldh

  • Title: The First Stone
  • Author: Mark Anthony
  • ISBN: 9780553583342
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • The First Stone By Mark Anthony, The Pale King has been defeated, his legions decimated The Dark God Mohg has been destroyed And the evil corporation, Duratek, has been disbanded, foiled in its efforts to strip mine the world of Eldh And for our heroes, three years have passed in relative peace But only relative, because every one of them know in their hearts that their duties are not yet ended For pThe Pale King has been defeated, his legions decimated The Dark God Mohg has been destroyed And the evil corporation, Duratek, has been disbanded, foiled in its efforts to strip mine the world of Eldh And for our heroes, three years have passed in relative peace But only relative, because every one of them know in their hearts that their duties are not yet ended For perihelion approaches, as the two worlds continue to grow nearer And bad things are coming in its wake In the skies over Earth, astronomers have noted an anomaly which seems to be swallowing stars whole On Eldh, these rifts in the sky are appearing as well and the dragon Sinfathisar tells Grace Beckett that, if left unchecked, these holes of anti being will annihilate all of creation forever He adds that only Travis Wilder whom the Mournish believe is fated to raise the lost city of Morindu the Dark from the desert sands that hide and hold it can save the world But what is the connection between the lost city of the sorcerers and the wounds that rift the heavens As Grace goes in search of Travis and Travis goes in search of his kidnapped daughter, all the threads of fate begin to pull together, revealing ancient mysteries on both worlds, and connections within connections that carry all the way back through time With both worlds increasingly wracked by tempests and earthquakes and a palpable sense of hopelessness and despair, and with magic sputtering and dying around them, can our heroes patch together the missing pieces of the puzzle before all of life is annihilated

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    1. Rating this hurts me I started this series almost exactly one month ago and after books 4 and 5 were in my opinion better than the earlier ones, I was absolutely stoked for the last one Especially since it looked like it was all working out for my favorite characters and then this I m so disappointed and a tad angry Okay, let me straight out say what my biggest beef was with this book This is the last book in a series with quite a lot of characters and locations So far it mostly managed to balan [...]

    2. Really enjoyed this series it was in many ways sort of a pulp sf blend of, like, the Lord of the Rings with Back to the Future and a dash of super sweet pining and romance Really enjoyed the matter of fact depiction of gay and lesbian characters, of people being bi and of the trans character These books had a lot of heart, too, and I was definitely cheering for not just the main characters that we grew to know and enjoy but a huge number of the background minor characters too the author does a g [...]

    3. For a book that concluded a series that really was finished after book 5, it really is a good read Very fast paced, lots of action, magic, blood sorcery, and runes This series as a whole is a must read in the fantasy genre Travis and Grace are fabulous heroes that made this series so enjoyable I have read most of these books than twice now, and they are always better with each read Highly recommend these books

    4. The conclusion to the Last Rune series starts at an odd place At the end of the previous book, the Pale King has been defeated, as well as the old god Mogh who wanted to remake the world in his image Travis Wilder re created the world as it was to let his friends and the people of Eldh continue living their lives, in peace and happiness, and his closest friend, also from Earth, begin her rule as the Queen of the reborn kingdom of Malchior What could possibly go wrong Three years later, they find [...]

    5. The story picks up three years after the events of book five Travis and Beltan live together now in London finally , Vani has disappeared I don t care and Grace has made her home at Gravenfist Keep But one day Vani stays before Travis and Beltan s door with her and Beltan s daughter She tells Travis that the Lost City of Morindu the Dark has been found and that the sorcerers of Scirath are already seeking it out Travis must return to EldhFor a last ime Travis has to go back to Eldh to save the d [...]

    6. Reading the final book of a series is always a love hate process You love the story and getting to revisit its world again, but at the same time you know it s coming to an end And endings are something I always struggle with This book was definitely a struggle for me Anthony did a good job rounding out the story and bringing various plots to a close, but did so in a very finite way The end felt like a kick in the stomach to me, as the connection between Earth and Eldh where permanently severed, [...]

    7. It was amazing God, I loved this series so much.I never would have looked twice at these books if not for how much I loved Anthony s other books under his Galen Beckett pen name But I m so glad I did I adored them I adored this.Beltan and Travis happy together Grace finally content with her life The secrets of the Seekers and Morindu revealed at last The amazing mix of science and magic that makes me love these books so much, how the Void and the Worlds are just Antimatter and Matter, the amazin [...]

    8. Good book and continuation of the story Nice ending to the hero s tale It did slow down and get a little hard to read once the journal was found, but once you got past that it picked up and continued on nicely.

    9. Such a deeply mediocre series, but I do enjoy it so I have a real fondness for the characters, even if the writing becomes a bit of a slog This particular book is great if you are into reading about a character reading someone s diary where they are writing about reading another diary.

    10. Brilliant end to the series The story lines were all tied up nicely, though I didn t understand one of the main character s final decisions.

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