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Suaring the Circle

Ed power Can Greyfax Grimwald Faragon Fairingay Dwarf Otter and Bear the faithful followers of the Lady of L. I really enjoyed this fantasy series reminds me of Tolkein

review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Niel Hancock

Ight keep the Chest from Dorini's grasp Or will the world of Atlanton Earth be plunged into darkness forever. Bravo Mr HancockI m usually very leery of any book that brags on its cover for all who love The Lord of the Rings And with the first book or two in Hancock s Circle of Light series I was sure my wariness was correct But Suaring the Circle erased that Certainly he doesn t approach the depth that Tolkien hit but this is some good high fantasy especially this last installment Lots of machinations familiar to those fantasy fans so perhaps the ending is a little pat Still an enjoyable read The Moe Manifesto of Atlanton Earth be plunged into darkness forever. Bravo Mr HancockI m usually very leery Positive Church in a Negative World of any book that brags Prince Philip Revealed on its cover for all who love The Lord Toad of Toad Hall of the Rings And with the first book Spelling Strategies & Secrets: The essential how to spell guide or two in Hancock s Circle Imagine Me of machinations familiar to those fantasy fans so perhaps the ending is a little pat Still an enjoyable read

Niel Hancock ☆ 8 review

Welcome to Atlanton Earth Dorini the Dark ueen seeks the Arkenchest and its Five Secrets a source of unlimit. This the fourth and final volume in the Circle of Light series was a fine conclusion to the saga Broco the Dwarf emerges as the primary character in this story and some of the other favorites take a decided back seat as the events set in motion in earlier volumes come to a conclusion I did find Dwarf s descent into paranoia and madness somewhat tiresome Yet again the major plot elements take their inspiration from Tolkein although the conclusion was refreshingly uniue I was happy to finally read the entire series approximately thirty years after the books first found their way to my shelf I would recommend this series primarily to younger fantasy enthusiasts and I imagine I would have rated these books highly had I read them with a fresher mind several decades ago


6 thoughts on “Suaring the Circle

  1. says:

    This the fourth and final volume in the Circle of Light series was a fine conclusion to the saga Broco the Dwarf emerges as the primary charac

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this fantasy series reminds me of Tolkein

  3. says:

    Bravo Mr HancockI'm usually very leery of any book that brags on its cover for all who love The Lord of the Rings And with the first book or two in Hancock's Circle of Light series I was sure my wariness was correct But Suaring the Circle erased that Certainly he doesn't approach the depth that Tolkien hit but this is some good high fantasy especially this last installment Lots of machinations familiar to those fantasy fans so perhaps the

  4. says:

    I've been moving the box set around for almost thirty years now and for the life of me I can't remember whether I enjoyed reading these or not

  5. says:

    The last book of a fun series not too complex not to simple just right

  6. says:

    The last of Hancock's original series generally satisfies but never left me with a hunger for from him

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