Have you ever wondered whether or not ‘middle earth’ actually exists? Perhaps you believe it does. Where exactly is middle earth? Well, legend has it that it is actually an imaginary place where elves, dwarves, demons and giants live with humans and dragons – children and grownups believe that middle earth is a real place. And who can argue with that?
Wizard Warrior is adventure/fantasy at its best and follows the adventures and misadventures of Fundem Tarralion and Iscandar, his magic sword.
Trapped by sorcery he had been given the ultimate penalty of imprisonment beneath miles of unmapped rock. His body had been sustained and held in a type of limbo by the sorcery. Fundem had been a champion, a prince of the realm. He had led glittering hosts to the darkest realms and had prevailed. He had dueled with demons and giants.
None had prevailed against Fundem either by sword of spell. Would he prevail again?
The book takes the reader on a whirlwind of exciting clashes and the fight to free their lands from evil.
This quote from the book says it all - 'Fundem fell quiet and his friends suddenly saw all the years and burdens that sat upon his shoulders. They asked no more questions and reflected upon the momentous events stretching back into the far distant past. To Aldrick, Fundem seemed an ancient historical book come to life. In fact since meeting Fundem he had felt his reality fading into the stuff of legend, as if he was being written into a book and was merely a bystander. Aldrick shivered at what was to come. He hoped he had strength enough to last the journey.'
From priceless treasures to fire breathing dragons and magic spells, this story has it all. And all the time, we will wonder what exactly is going on at the bottom of our gardens. Middle Earth rules!
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by on October 26, 2016
- Jeff Rogers, April 2011
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