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Publisher Description

The Diamond Throne


Book One of the classic ELENIUM series introducing the Pandion Knight Sparhawk. After a long exile, Pandion Knight Sparhawk returns to his native land to find his young queen grievously ill. Ehlana has been poisoned and will die unless a cure can be found within a year. The life force of twelve of her sworn knights is all that sustains her; but one knight will be lost within the passing of each month if the antidote isn't found. To save his queen, his comrades, and the stability of the kingdom, Sparhawk begins the search for the cure, only to discover a greater and more pervasive evil than he could ever have imagined.


The Ruby Knight


Book two of the classic ELENIUM trilogy. The quest for the jewel of life continues.

Time is running out for the poisoned Queen Ehlana. If she is to be saved Sparhawk must find the only cure - a powerful artefact called the Bhelliom - before it's too late. But finding the rose-shaped sapphire is no simple task. No one has set eyes upon it since it was lost in the heat of a legendary battle. To make matters worse, Sparhawk and his allies are not the only party questing to find the jewel


The Sapphire Rose


Book Three of the ELENIUM is fantasy on a truly epic scale, in which the Pandion Knight Sparhawk must finally use the power of the jewel. Sparhawk and his allies have recovered the magical sapphire Bhelliom, giving them the power to wake and cure Queen Ehlana. But while they were away an unholy alliance was brokered between their enemies that threatens the safety of not just Elenia but the entire world. By returning to save the young queen, Sparhawk risks delivering the Bhelliom into the hands of the enemy. As battle looms, Sparhawk's only hope may be to unleash the jewel's full power. But no one can predict whether this will save the world or destroy it

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2015
October 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,820
Pages
PUBLISHER
William Books Publishing
SELLER
William Books Publishing
SIZE
5.5
MB

Customer Reviews

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My favourite author let down here by sloppy editing

David Eddings has long been my favourite author. I’ve read these books many times. This digital set is marked by appalling editing - many missing punctuation elements. Character names spelt incorrectly for several pages, then correct again. Even whole words missing. Very sad to see this impact the quality of the book. If not for this I’d be giving 5 stars.

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