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Curse of the Elfs By Anna del C. Dye,

  • Title: Curse of the Elfs
  • Author: Anna del C. Dye
  • ISBN: 9781432760946
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can a delirious curse destroy the saintly elfin race Zolotan has ideas of his own and creates beings without souls, for the sole purpose of doing his bidding His colleagues do not like the possibility of a wizard having an army of creatures at his command The head sorcerers judge the wavering wizard and their sentence is just The transgressor is to undo his madness byCan a delirious curse destroy the saintly elfin race Zolotan has ideas of his own and creates beings without souls, for the sole purpose of doing his bidding His colleagues do not like the possibility of a wizard having an army of creatures at his command The head sorcerers judge the wavering wizard and their sentence is just The transgressor is to undo his madness by destroying all his creations immediately All seems right, until he joins his creations and instead attacks the wizard stronghold After a magical battle that devastates the land surrounding the wizard community, he is defeated However, the old sorcerer s unrepentant deeds cause the wizard council to chastise him severely It is shortly afterwards that elfs cross paths with the dying wizard On his deathbed Zolotan asks the elfs for help He wants to be moved to a faraway land to heal, but the unsuspecting elfs knew he wouldn t survive, so they wait Losing patience in his delirium, he curses them to a slow dead It is a threat the elfs never take seriously until a hundred years later when their people come down with a strange sickness they can t explain There is nothing they can do about it If they return to their motherland they might spread the curse to the rest of their race and have it disappear forever Their only glimmer of hope lies in a servant of kings who must learn to love the elfs before he will attempt to save them But no one, elf or mankind, has ever heard of this man Nor does anyone know where to find him Can the best healer in the land find this savior before their race is gone forever
    Curse of the Elfs Can a delirious curse destroy the saintly elfin race Zolotan has ideas of his own and creates beings without souls for the sole purpose of doing his bidding His colleagues do not like the possibility

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    1. ReadersFavorite Debra GaynorThis review is from Curse of the Elfs Paperback I have read, reviewed, and enjoyed all of Anna del C Dye s books In my opinion, this one far surpasses the rest Normally, when I review a book, I give a summary It is difficult to summarize Curse of The Elfs without giving too much away Curse of the Elfs is a love story The tale begins with the love of Lathenyl, an elf, and Katelynn, a human Their love story is beautiful The plot moves forward twenty years there is a cur [...]

    2. I love fantasy literature I love it when authors unapologetically create amazingly original worlds and invite us to escape to them for a while And this is just the sort of book I enjoy most, with fully developed elf and mankind folklores peopled with intriguing characters with wonderful names It positively oozes romance between Lathanyl and Katelynn, then Lath and Yasmeen all set in an ethereal utopia which I suspect is one big metaphor.Unfortunately the language jarred somewhat for me The elfs [...]

    3. I loved this book But it was not just the story that had me captivated, it was the writing It was beautiful, flawless, and well crafted I was completely lost in the relationship of Lath s parents The story was equally wonderful, with great imaginary and flow You fall in love with the characters and WILL NOT want the story to end I am grateful I had the chance to read this novel and can t wait to read from Anna Thank you Anna

    4. If you like elfs and orks with a heavy dose of romance, you will love this book The first part of the book details the story of Lath s parents It is the story of Lath that really pulled me in Well written and fast paced, this was an enjoyable read for any age.

    5. Very extraordinary and beyond comprehension Being a fan of Anna s work, this book explored three things, to which mankind can often take for granted love, life and fulfilment.But I think also, it teaches and enables the reader, to focus on the spirit within the story, without focusing too much on its substance or its content Very well recommended Top Draw

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