King of Dreams PDF/EPUB è King of PDF/EPUB ²

King of Dreams PDF/EPUB è King of PDF/EPUB ²

King of Dreams [PDF / Epub] ✪ King of Dreams ☆ Greg McLeod – Everybody’s on the run Laurin the dwarf sent on an improbable errand by a dead king ends up with an assassin on his tail Bryn of Bailon heir to a dark and troubling secret discovers there’s no esc Everybody’s on the run Laurin the dwarf sent on an improbable errand by a dead king ends up with an assassin on his tail Bryn of Bailon heir to a dark and troubling secret discovers there’s no escaping the impossible burden that’s about to be placed on his shoulders And Rhea Redbreast apprentice Headhunter makes it onto her own guild’s hit list when she seeks justice for her parents’ killersBut the real trouble is King of PDF/EPUB ² just beginning shipwrecked on the frozen shores of the Ice Wastes eternal victim Nudd Wiggin stumbles onto an ancient weapon and is turned into something – and less – than human As the cruel and devious King of Dunmark unleashes a war that uickly spreads to the neighboring kingdoms a weaponized Nudd raises terror after terror driving an immense wave of desperate battle hardened Nordsmen south towards the war torn kingdoms’ borders.

6 thoughts on “King of Dreams

  1. Sadie Forsythe Sadie Forsythe says:

    35I'm undecided about how to review this book It's an interesting story with fine writing and engaging characters but I find I didn't particularly like it all that much This book finally confirmed for me something I've been suspicious of for a while I'm just not a fan of books that follow several character arcs that eventually come together toward the endHere I think the effect is exasperated because the book takes on too much It starts with Nubb and the Scour Then there is Wanderer and his challenges Then there is Anuun and his journey Then there is Bowen and Bryn Then there is the king and his advisors Then there is Rhea and the Dwarf They do all come together eventually but following so many different people in different places facing different challenges that you take on faith will be relevant diluted my interest for any single pairing or plot arc I often found myself following one and forgetting the others then jarred when we changed Only to then vaguely forget the others once for a while only to again later be jarred by a transition It was all deftly done or as deftly as that many groupings will allow but I'm just not a fanBut I also think the book in general tried to spread itself too thin There were two completely different and interesting things going on in the plot There was the Big Bad end of the world sort of thing Then there is the smaller heir to a kingdom violence of Man sort of thing The problem is that either one of them was enough on its own What's having them both in one book did two problematic thingsOne it spent time on the small scale human war than on the big scale danger to the whole human race aspect; which made the matter of one country's heir to the throne seem important than preventing the end of the world as we know it In fact no one even really knew about the big dangerTwo both plot lines distracted and detracted from the other I would much rather have just read about Bryn the Dwarf Rhea Bowen et al and their fight for survival on its own Then separately read a book about Nubb's encounter with the Scour and The Snowpeople and Iceling's fight to defeat it Both are interesting but both deserved their own book in my opinionAgain the characters are mostly engaging The writing was perfectly readable The world building is adeuate for the story It's a fine book in that sense I did think it needed another edit especially toward the end I noticed very few errors for the first 34 of the book but in the last uarter whole sentences and at one point a paragraph are occasionally repeatedAll in all a book that I think the right person would love Given a attractive cover I think it could pull in plenty of readers and keep them happy

  2. Tony Parsons Tony Parsons says:

    Anuun came across the frozen in ice Albatross Orrian ship There were 19 seamen also huddledfrozen in time 4 had drowned lowbehold there was 1 survivorIt was Nudd Wiggin uite the story how he arrived onboard the ship informed his granddaughter Rhea Redbreast Apprentice Headhunter her parents had been murdered for what they believed in Will Rhea seek revenge? Each Headhunter was to learn abide by Thalios’ Strategy TacticsWhat are Nudd Wiggin leader boss Scour conjuringscheming up? What is the deceased Kings mission for Laurin Semson dwarf?Lotslots of battles for those who want to rule the kingdoms King of Dunmark; Nudd; Nordsmen Ardathians just to name a few Will Edric kill Aeron?What is the Altingal?I did not receive any type of compensation for reading reviewing this book While I receive free books from publishers authors I am under no obligation to write a positive review Only an honest one A very awesome book cover great font writing style A very well written fantasy book It was very easy for me to readfollow from startfinish never a dull moment There were no grammartypo errors nor any repetitive or out of line seuence sentences Lots of exciting scenarios with several twiststurns a huge set of uniue characters to keep track of This could also make another great fantasy movie animated cartoon or mini TV series Not something I normally read but I enjoyed it That said I will rate it at 45 stars Thank you for the free Story Cartel; PDF book Tony Parsons MSW Washburn

  3. Tara Tara says:

    4 12I received an e copy of King of Dreams by Greg McLeod from storycartelcom in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my ownThis story held my interest from the opening sentence and never waned I'm a huge fan of the fantasy genre and King of Dreams did not disappoint A dead king an evil king assassins a non human ghastly being bent on destruction a feisty heroine seeking vengeance for her parents death brave heroes and war The author did a wonderful job with character development I was rooting for the good guys and the demise of the evil villains The ending was brilliant It couldn't get any better than thatI would highly recommend this story to any fantasy lover or anyone looking for a good read and I look forward to reading from this author

  4. Greg Mcleod Greg Mcleod says:

    Melinda Hills for Reader’s Favorite 5 stars Greg McLeod has created a wonderful fantasy world filled with amazing characters – both good and evil His writing is clear and direct with sharp dialogue and tremendous action that keep the story moving along to the enormous clash of forces that will determine the outcome of the Seven Kingdoms King of Dreams A Vereldan Tale is a book that is hard to put down since it draws the reader directly into the story with its vivid accounts of battles treachery and bravery I Love It Given the subtitle I am hoping there is to come

  5. Simone Scaringi Simone Scaringi says:

    The book starts out with several different story lines that will eventually come together and elegantly intertwine the coming of age of the boy Bryn with a past and future yet to discover the adventures of the dwarf Laurin and young Rhea the dark fate of a lost sailor the court intrigues of a king’s adviser as well as many McLeod comes up with unexpected twists and turns whenever the reader thinks he knows what will come next The characters are vivid and the dialogues witty and sharp making the book a very smooth and fun read Looking forward to books from this author

  6. Laura Marie Laura Marie says:

    Dead kings conniving assassins courageous knights dark magic wicked evil and a little bit of love King of Dreams draws you into its intricate world from page #1 Young Bryn of Bailon Laurin the dwarf and Rhea Redbreast a group of unlikely heroes find themselves caught up in a series of wild adventures that will rob you of your sleep and make you wish the book would never end With his poetic style and witty humor Greg McLeod has successfully created one of the best fantasy stories of our time

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