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Covenant of the Faceless Knights By Gary F. Vanucci,

  • Title: Covenant of the Faceless Knights
  • Author: Gary F. Vanucci
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is the first full length novel in the series and picks up directly after Distant Familiarity ends in the Wothlondia Rising Anthology.When a dangerous artifact is discovered missing from the Temple of The Shimmering One, it s high priest regretfully understands that he cannot recover it himself Calling upon a former apprentice, now an Inquisitor among the Order of theThis is the first full length novel in the series and picks up directly after Distant Familiarity ends in the Wothlondia Rising Anthology.When a dangerous artifact is discovered missing from the Temple of The Shimmering One, it s high priest regretfully understands that he cannot recover it himself Calling upon a former apprentice, now an Inquisitor among the Order of the Faceless Knights, Tiyarnon enlists the aid of Garius Forge, who assembles an eclectic group of allies to help in recovering the lost relic Aided by the mischievous Rose, a rogue among rogues, the stoic and bloodthirsty Saeunn, and a promising but na ve elf named Elec, Garius hopes that his training and leadership skills will not only keep his associates in check, but will also allow them to survive the challenging trials to come Garius must lead his band into unknown regions to recover the artifact before it falls into the hands of the evil being that once held it or it may very well spell doom for the rebuilt civilizations of Wothlondia.Set in an original fantasy setting entitled the Realm of Ashenclaw, Covenant of the Faceless Knights Beginnings, is an epic fantasy tale wherein a group of unconventional heroes are charged with recovering an ancient and deadly artifact.
    Covenant of the Faceless Knights This is the first full length novel in the series and picks up directly after Distant Familiarity ends in the Wothlondia Rising Anthology When a dangerous artifact is discovered missing from the Templ

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    1. There s a lot happening in this debut novel from Gary Vanucci It incorporates all the distinguishing features of fantasy a tightly constructed plot, a unique and formal lexicon, a group of individuals on a quest, and at the same time, a journey of self discovery Good is pitched against evil, we encounter a variety of races, and magic and the supernatural abound But that is not to say this book is just a formulaic fantasy Far from it This author has a wonderful imagination and has created an extr [...]

    2. Covenant of the Faceless Knights Beginnings is an excellent read for anyone who loves tales of adventure, interesting characters, and exciting battles The story keeps with the classic idea of a fantasy story a problem arrises that requires a combination of adventurers to overcome, but the problem in truth only hints at a darker crisis that is soon to face the Realm of Ashenclaw While the plot is is typical of a fantasy novel, Garry Vanucci does a wonderful job of placing his own mark on the race [...]

    3. If you like reading fanasty novels simular to J.R.R Tolkien, I suggest you read Covenant of The Faceless Knights it is a book of epic purportions that will keep you wanting read Gary Vanucci creates an impressive fantasy world simular to Tolkien and other fantasy authors Download this book to your preferred ereader or get a physical copy and pay a visit to Wothlondia.

    4. Interesting, well developed characters Quick moving plot with plenty of action, magic and mayhem It s obvious that the author put a lot of thought into the story and worked hard to pull it together so well.

    5. The author of this book, kindly sent me this book to review after enjoying two of his Wothlondia short stories It is fast paced and adventure packed and thoroughly enjoying It is packed full of detailed descriptions of the characters and setting, therefore making the world of and its inhabitants even realistic and authentic Vanucci also gives us the viewpoints of numerous different characters, be them good or bad, giving us a wide range of perspectives and therefore allowing the reader to see t [...]

    6. This book was free, I won it through the Giveaways and it was excellent I will definitely be looking forward to the next novel, I can t wait to see what awaits this group of adventurers.It is a page turner, there is no undesirable lenghts, there s always something happening There s quite a number of characters, and since some of the names are unfaniliar not exactly your usual English name when it comes to a Goblin or an Orc , I got a little confused at times but after a few lines I would figure [...]

    7. I can quite honestly say that I loved every page of this novel From start to finish it s pure fun big, brash, in your face heroic fantasy.The book commences a series in which a collection of companions are assembled by Garius, a Faceless Knight, to initially rescue some acolytes from a group of orcs holed up in an old temple During the book the ground work is laid for the other books, with an impressive array of villains half demons, evil dwarves, succubi, a lich.The heroes are engaging and like [...]

    8. I read this some time ago, but just reread it after reading Wothlondia Rising I enjoyed it much the second time Vanucci does a great job building the characters There are some interesting twists in the fight scenes If you like books about orcs, elves, and dwarves, or if you are a gamer with these types of figures, this is the book for you Enjoy

    9. I used to play a lot of table top roleplaying games in college and Covenant of the Faceless Knights by Gary Vanucci brought those memories back in force I read the collection of short stories last year that give the background for a number of the characters in Covenant of the Faceless Knights, and I do recommend reading those Like any table top roleplaying game, there are a number of characters in the adventuring party and it is useful to have some context to keep all the names straight While I [...]

    10. The Covenant of Faceless Knights,by Gary VanucciThis is an old fashioned sword and sorcery novel, in some ways quite reminiscent of the great swashbuckling novels of Fritz Lieber s Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser series That is refreshing in itself Nothing has escape value than a tale of flawed heroes and heroines dukeing it out, both with each other and the minions of evil The BlurbWhen a dangerous artifact goes missing from the Temple of the sun god, the high priest charged with its protection mus [...]

    11. My review can be found at my blog the bookaholicI don t normally read epic fantasy or high fantasy or whatever it s called You know, Lord of the Rings style type stuff, with sword and sorcery, and imaginary lands and all that if that makes sense I guess you can say I m into the modern fantasy worlds and characters I love taking those creatures and putting them into our own world settings and the like so But, on a side note, I did and do love The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, so I m not making j [...]

    12. Strange title, isn t Don t let it turn you down, you d missed a great story Here is an improbable team lead by a priest warrior who has one simple mission retrieve an artifact that was furtively stolen inside the most powerful magic academy, or see their world destroyed by an evil even greater than the legendary Ashenclaw, a huge dragon that almost completely wiped out all civilizations from Wothlondia So Garius Forge the priest warrior, embarks on a perilous journey with Elec the elf, who s a v [...]

    13. What a wonderful love letter to RPG and table top games It combines all the elements that you would expect from a successful campaign enemies at every turn, near death experiences, a big boss battle It s beautifully crafted with a well developed world and a wonderfully diverse group of fleshed out characters I enjoyed every second of the on the edge of your seat action.

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