Legend of Zelda: The Edge and The Light

Legend of Zelda The Edge and The Light The once bountiful kingdom of Hyrule is in a crisis It has been plagued by poor harvests natural disasters and now a missing Princess Zelda Queen Regent to the throne Into the fray wanders Link a f

  • Title: Legend of Zelda: The Edge and The Light
  • Author: Queenie Chan
  • ISBN: 9781310342622
  • Page: 339
  • Format: ebook
  • The once bountiful kingdom of Hyrule is in a crisis It has been plagued by poor harvests, natural disasters, and now a missing Princess Zelda Queen Regent to the throne Into the fray wanders Link, a former champion of Hyrule who vanished over 10 years ago under mysterious circumstances he refuses to speak of Just what is the cause of all this unrest Find out in thisThe once bountiful kingdom of Hyrule is in a crisis It has been plagued by poor harvests, natural disasters, and now a missing Princess Zelda Queen Regent to the throne Into the fray wanders Link, a former champion of Hyrule who vanished over 10 years ago under mysterious circumstances he refuses to speak of Just what is the cause of all this unrest Find out in this COMICS PROSE story NB This story is a mix of comics and prose hence the term comics prose , and isn t meant to be read like a conventional prose story.

    One thought on “Legend of Zelda: The Edge and The Light”

    1. Great book, it was some really good fan fiction. I'm sad now that I'm read the whole series. Links story with princess zelda is awesome.

    2. This was pretty good!(I usually try to avoid fan-fiction but I was pleasantly surprised with this one) I thought Link and Zelda had some great moments together, and I thought that the plot was fairly compelling. While none of this is cannon, I thought the author did a great job of coming up with their own origin story for Hyrule. Overall, very pleased. Also, I liked the combo of prose and comics, very cool!

    3. I almost NEVER don't finish a book, but I couldn't bring myself to finish this one. The writing was too strange, beyond the mix of chunks of text and pictures with caption bubbles. But when the author changed from third person to first person without any reason, I gave up. I'm really sad because I love the Legend of Zelda games.

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