Stone Bound

Stone Bound No less than a major victory in the epic fantasy genre reviewer Three children with the powers of Stone Sea and SkyAre all that stands between the world and the chaotic power of the Abyss Fen is only

  • Title: Stone Bound
  • Author: Eric T. Knight
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No less than a major victory in the epic fantasy genre reviewer Three children with the powers of Stone, Sea and SkyAre all that stands between the world and the chaotic power of the Abyss.Fen is only a boy when his city is sacked by enemy invaders His mother is cut down before his eyes Yet somehow, when the blade is turned on him, he survives w No less than a major victory in the epic fantasy genre reviewerThree children with the powers of Stone, Sea and SkyAre all that stands between the world and the chaotic power of the Abyss.Fen is only a boy when his city is sacked by enemy invaders His mother is cut down before his eyes Yet somehow, when the blade is turned on him, he survives without a scratch But the attack awakens a strange power inside him, the same power that killed his father years ago.Aislin came from the sea, her origins a mystery Within her is an innate power over water, as natural as breathing But she lives in a world of her own, emotionally isolated from everyone else, including Netra, the woman who is raising her Bullied by the other children, Netra fears that one day Aislin will turn her power on them.Karliss was touched by the wind at birth, destined to be the greatest wind shaman his people have ever seen But he is careless with his power and he ignores the warnings about the madness that afflicts those who don t protect themselves against the spirits in the wind When a ritual goes wrong and strikes down his mentor, Karliss suddenly has to deal with the true responsibilities of power.The powerful, inhuman denizens of the Abyss are reaching out to take the world, and only these three children have a chance of stopping them, but only if they can learn to master not just their powers, but themselvesStone Bound is the first of six planned volumes Books 4 6 will be released in the Spring, Summer and Fall of 2018 A fantasy masterworke best series I ve read since Harry Potter.

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    1. What a great read, gripping right till the last page! loved the three characters, so different to one another all children with different powers if only they learn to harness these! Fen is stone bound, Aislin is water/sea bound and Karliss is wind bound, Fen scared of his stone powers, aislin uses her powers when she goes on the defence and Karliss is careless of how he uses the power of the wind even when warned it could lead to his insanity!! The fist is also a great character, turned into a h [...]

    2. ***I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*** I can tell that this is going to be one epic saga with a complex storyline and characters. I'm glad that the author decided to break up the story to better layout the storyline. By breaking the story into a trilogy it should lend itself to a more in-depth characters story. Finn, Aislin, and Karliss have a hard road to travel before or if they're going to save their world and each other. A reader can easily be [...]

    3. This is the second series by Eric T. Knight that I've read, the first one being the adventures of Ace Lone Wolf, which I love for the sense of humour and a very bright way of mingling historical facts and figures into Ace's stories:)What I appreciate a lot in Eric T. Knight's writing is the easiness with which he weaves his stories. He's great at developing both the world created and the characters themselves, making them relatable, likeable and true-to-life with all their faults and weaknesses [...]

    4. ***I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*** Mr Knight quickly engages the reader with what is sure to be a great trilogy. Although this first book deals mainly with Fen, I found myself interested in all 3 character which seem destined to save the world. Eric T. Knight has an interesting take on magic while not entirely new is at least not the same old same old that so many writers stick to. He has also created a world that exists not only now but has a [...]

    5. Very goodEric Knight is a new author for me and I am very happy with his writing style. For me this book starts out with background on the three main characters, Fen, Aislin and Karliss. They are from different parts of their world and have never met. They are young and just discovering their power. I was drawn to the characters from the beginning and feel the story is well developed. As this book ended I was left wanting more. So now I am ready to read book two. I highly recommend this book. I [...]

    6. Bristol is a boy who's town is sacked by invaders. He survives along with a powerful man named Barik, aka Fist. Bristol has powers of stone, and other children around the world have powers as well. There is something coming, but who is on the right side?This was a great fantasy book. The majority is focused on Bristol, and his beginnings of being a soldier. Fist is a bit totalitarian, but he goes off the rails. I can't wait to read Book 2.

    7. Great start to an epic seriesCannot wait to read the next installments in this series.Great character development, compelling story, leaving the reader with a thirst for what's next

    8. Great new series - takes place after the Immortality & Chaos series. Bright new characters with special gifts.

    9. Wasn't sure how I felt at first having 3 characters to keep focused on but it definitely works. Each one is very distinct and you really get caught up in their stories. Can't wait to read more!

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