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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie Read Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Jonathan Wylie Very readable as a teen does not hold up well as an adult reader Primitive storyline predictable scenarios and superficial characters The seuels are a rehash of the same themes all rather disappointing

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    review The First Named Jonathan Wylie È 6 Download Read Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Jonathan Wylie The school library was giving away some books so I went to have a look I looked through some of them and found only one battered fantasy book before I found the two seuels to it I took them home and left them under my bed for about two monthsOne day during the school holidays when I was bored I looked under my bed and found the books As I had nothing else to do I started reading them and after about ten pages I couldn't stop The book was ab

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie Another gentle read from Mr Wylie

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie This story is based on a prophecy which unfortunately I never understood I read through the book still puzzled as to the reason certain actions took place

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie Read Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Jonathan Wylie review The First Named I registered a book at BookCrossingcom

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie I loved this series of books a lot of years ago I read and re read them until they literally fell to bits I have just been reminded about them and wondered if they had been republished as Ebooks at the moment unfortuantely notHowever the review although the plot is in general a generic Kingdon usurped youngest son must

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie Very YA Simple storyline Instead of living the action the action is being told to the reader and then this happened and then that happened No suspense no climax There was the potential with several armies marching on the castle but t

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    Read Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Jonathan Wylie Jonathan Wylie È 6 Download review The First Named Definitely intend to read rest of series

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    Jonathan Wylie È 6 Download Read Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È Jonathan Wylie review The First Named Yep the beginning of another trilogy5 July 2013 One of the reasons that I remembered reading this book was because I was in a second hand bookshop in Adelaide and I saw it sitting on the shelf Personally I don't remember all that much of it beyond the cover and the fact that there were two other books in the trilogy which I also read and th

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    (The First Named) PDF DOWNLOAD Õ Jonathan Wylie It's got princes a good wizard a prophecy a feisty princess a mystical sword outlaws and an evil sorceress who takes over the kingdomNeed I say ?It's a uick read fairly inoffensive even mildly entertaining But there are absolutely no original

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The First Named review Ø 6 A powerful warlord and violet eyed enchantress Amarino usurp King Ather and enslave people of Ark to an ancient p. The school library was giving away some books so I went to have a look I looked through some of them and found only one battered fantasy book before I found the two seuels to it I took them home and left them under my bed for about two monthsOne day during the school holidays when I was bored I looked under my bed and found the books As I had nothing else to do I started reading them and after about ten pages I couldn t stop The book was absolutely amazing and I couldn t wait to read the nextThe book is set in an island world There are about seven islands each with their own monarchy The king of Ark an island is overthrown but his three sons escape with their magician and the oldest son s fiance

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The First Named review Ø 6 Ower In the distant forest hideaway of the court wizard the three princes plot vengeance An ancient tome prophesi. I loved this series of books a lot of years ago I read and re read them until they literally fell to bits I have just been reminded about them and wondered if they had been republished as Ebooks at the moment unfortuantely notHowever the review although the plot is in general a generic Kingdon usurped youngest son must save the day type of affair it was so well written and crafted We have a wizardly advisor female companion cat familiar and a wizard who ate too many moonberries and went a bit crazy These were all excellently crafted not perfect but good people trying their best My favourite character of all was the cat Longfur Mousebane who can converse with the our hero as many will suspect the cat is arrogant intelligent and a little snooty aren t they all but provides a great foil to our young heroWhile I can t point to these books and say groundbreaking new fantasy they were fantastic adn so well written Like having your mums sponge cake there are many like it but no other cake tastes as good These were like a cosy blanket of fantasy easy to read but exceptionally hard to put down I hope that they are released in digital format soon as i would be buying them again

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The First Named review Ø 6 Es only one prince can triumph The 200 year old wizard his young apprentice and his telepathic cat uest for victo. Yep the beginning of another trilogy5 July 2013 One of the reasons that I remembered reading this book was because I was in a second hand bookshop in Adelaide and I saw it sitting on the shelf Personally I don t remember all that much of it beyond the cover and the fact that there were two other books in the trilogy which I also read and that I read it way back in my teenage years I am not sure why I actually read it because it wasn t connected with any Dungeons and Dragons world and in fact it had nothing to do with Dungeons and Dragons whatsoever The thing about these fantasy books is that they generally did not have a lot of monsters in them like Dungeons and Dragons had and even if they did they were few and far between It was not until I had reached my mid twenties that I realised that you cannot write a book where the main characters simply run around killing monsters and not actually have a plot and even if they did have a plot the type of story that involves the heroes killing a bunch of minions and then confronting the big bad guy at the end in an epic battle does not really make for good literature Okay I do admit that when it comes of Hollywood I do enjoy the films where the hero battles their way through a heap of minions and then fights the bad guy at the end in an epic battle but then again there are so many movies out there like that that they end up becoming really boring Therefore if a movie like that is boring then to me a book like that is probably going to be even boring Anyway I have hit my goal this weekend at least of reaching 800 commentaries on Goodreads that I think I can finish this one off not that I actually said anything about the book but then again I have read the book and I don t like marking a book as read without actually writing something in the comment section despite this commentary telling you absolutely nothing about this book so my apologies to Jonathon Wylie for not giving the potential reader of this commentary the desire to read his book but then again he is among the thousands of would be authors out there that well nothing in his books have really stood out beyond it being just another fantasy trilogy

  • Paperback
  • 281
  • The First Named
  • Jonathan Wylie
  • English
  • 15 October 2018
  • 9780553269536