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Bear must avoid capture by the dark forces For in their care they possess the sacred Arkenchest and it must be saved at any. This book was better than the re read of book two Though I am still not sure if I want to read the last book in the series This book does end at a point where you do wonder what happens and would want find out if the friends reunite and finish their uest I m just not sure if I am ready to start that book at this time Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, re Homewrecker read the last book in the series This book does end at a point where you do wonder what happens and would want find out if the friends Make your own model forts & castles reunite and finish their uest I m just not sure if I am Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury ready to start that book at this time

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Calix Stay

CostTheir only hope of reaching safety is a desperate race to the Calix Stay But can they cross its rushing waters in time. Dwarf Otter and Bear continue their adventures

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Welcome to Atlanton EarthIn the tumultuous third saga of their epic adventures Broco the Dwarf and his companions Otto and. I think I ve mentioned before that I found a set of Niel Hancock books at my local thrift store a lucky find in my mindHancock s books give me hope that perhaps I can be a writer too They re fun reads certainly not at the depth of detail as Tolkein s work to which he ll always be compared I m still bothered with the anachronism of guns and mortars in a fantasy novel but maybe that s just a phobic twitch on my part


7 thoughts on “Calix Stay

  1. says:

    This saga has improved with each volume as each character continues to deepen However I was still distracted by all the similarities between the Circle of Light and The Lord of the Rings series Hancock's writing style is decent and somewhat engaging I'm just having some trouble with the derivative plot details I also feel like the titles of each installment have very little to do with the events that take place within their pages

  2. says:

    I think I've mentioned before that I found a set of Niel Hancock books at my local thrift store a lucky find in my mindHancock's books give me hope that perhaps I can be a writer too They're fun reads certainly not at the depth of detail as Tolkein's work to which he'll always be compared I'm still bothered with the anachronism of guns and mortars in a fantasy novel but maybe that's just a phobic twitch on my part

  3. says:

    This book was better than the re read of book two Though I am still not sure if I want to read the last book in the series This book does end at a point where you do wonder what happens and would want find out if the friends reunite and finish their uest I'm just not sure if I am ready to start that book at this time

  4. says:

    Book three all three books so far a nice read Interesting story line with Buddhist undertones

  5. says:

    Dwarf Otter and Bear continue their adventures

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book as much as I enjoyed the two before it

  7. says:

    No memory no comment As reviews go it isn't very satisfying maybe I can talk one of the Offspring into reading the series

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