The Key of Alanar

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The best Books The Key of Alanar published Lasandria an ancient civilisation consigned to oblivion by the greed and power lust of its own people The coming apocalypse heralds the arrival of a ne

The best Books The Key of Alanar published 2020 Lasandria an ancient civilisation, consigned to oblivion by the greed and power lust of its own people The coming apocalypse heralds the arrival of a new evil that will ravage the world of Alanar for an entire age Yet on the eve of Lasandria s destruction, the ethereal overseers of the mortal realm grant a dispensation a promise of hope for the future.That hope liesLasandria an ancient civilisation, consigned to oblivion by the greed and power lust of its own people The coming apocalypse heralds the arrival of a new evil that will ravage the world of Alanar for an entire age Yet on the eve of Lasandria s destruction, the ethereal overseers of the mortal realm grant a dispensation a promise of hope for the future.That hope lies with an orphaned teenager named David, born some ten thousand years later a boy whose isolated and uncertain existence leads him on a journey upon which hinges the fate of not just his world, but countless others.On the run from a brutal military force, David s quest is one born of shattered dreams and tainted by the thirst for revenge As an inter dimensional war that has been waged since the beginning of time threatens to consume his world, the dark force that destroyed Lasandria lurks in the shadows, ready to take possession of the one thing that will either save or destroy Alanar David.. The best Ebook The Key of Alanar It comes as no surprise to this fan of MacKay's work to once again be astounded at the quality and vibrancy of his work. Whether there is danger tension drama excitement he masters them all in his writing. But it is the smaller things that really stand out. Such as the nuances of expression in his dialogue between his characters. David, the protagonist is written beautifully his character leaps off the page at you as a person you believe to be real. His emotions and feelings are exactly those experienced by a young man growing up with adoptive parents.He is thrust into a world of change upon meeting a stranger and his life would never be the same again from that moment on. Danger lurks at every corner and an enemy hellbent on finding the Key of Alanar seek to destroy him and all that he knows.I don't want to say too much for fear of spoiling the story for others, but it is just a dammed good read with direct correlation of characters and events from his previous books. It all ties in beautifully. I know it is said too often, but this really is a page turner. I quite literally could not put it down save for tiredness and it was great to see that MacKay has once again surpassed even himself and his own mastery this is one book you must readMacKay deserves to be recognised for what he is, a world-class writer and I would love to see his work hit the number one best selling chart.

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  • Rory B. Mackay Post author

    Hi, my name is Rory I m a writer, blogger and artist from Scotland As a social science graduate, philosopher and student of Vedanta, Zen and Taoism, one of my true passions is exploring the potential of fiction and art to not just entertain, but to inspire and expand consciousness My debut novel Eladria was published in 2013 and my second novel, The Key of Alanar is due for release Summer 2015 I m also the author of several short stories, available for free on my website and a translation and commentary on the Tao Te Ching.

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  • It comes as no surprise to this fan of MacKay s work to once again be astounded at the quality and vibrancy of his work Whether there is danger tension drama excitement he masters them all in his writing But it is the smaller things that really stand out Such as the nuances of expression in his dialogue between his characters David, the protagonist is written beautifully his character leaps off the page at you as a person you believe to be real His emotions and feelings are exactly those experie [...]


  • I was lucky enough to receive an arc of this amazing book There is so much going on in this epic fantasy adventure beast, that I couldn t even begin to cover all of it here With a quest, a prophecy, great loss, alien races, dragons, swamp creatures and a particularly nasty bad guy, this book takes you on a nail biting and sometimes dark journey It has a slight Tolkien feel and is beautifully written I feel that the author poured a lot of himself into each sentence The story follows a young boy c [...]


  • Lasandria was doomed to fall With visions plaguing the high priest of Lasandria, foretelling the collapse of an entire civilization, Ardonis stood unable to change anything With his visions coming true, so begins the chain of events that set David on his path, years in the future.From a young age, David knew he didn t fit in However, it wasn t until his 19th birthday that he began to discover why When he was gifted a crystal amulet, his entire world fell apart Dark forces came and destroyed his [...]


  • Safeguarding The Key To Infinity And Beyond .The book is a good read that is adventurous and thought provoking with new world concepts This author without a doubt is very imaginative as he created a whole new world and completely thought out the characters and ideologies Problem is the book length and narrative is largely narrator driven or inward reflection perspective, which keeps you from connecting with the characters Living as an outsider on the island of New Haven, David never felt like he [...]


  • Mr Mackay has accustomed us to the fantasy world he managed to create in his first book, Eladria and therefore, The Key of Alanar fulfills this world, giving details that complete the whole picture.The story presents the evolution of David, from a young boy, who lives with his parents on the island of New Heaven, to a man destined to prevent the destruction of Alanar and the entire world David s father dies of disease and after that David remains without his mother after an attack on the island, [...]


  • Am I like the only one who feels my heart breaking every time I had to DNF a book It s like putting down a dog SIGH But I really thought I could go on reading this book, such that I only decided to DNF it at 67% Every single turn of the page seemed to bring the rating of the star lower and lower, until I shake my head and slowly close the whole book.The story line progression was really really slow and super descriptive such that I had to reread certain paragraphs just to understand what the aut [...]


  • David is a young boy living on a remote island on the planet of Alanar He s always known he was different from the other inhabitants He is still shocked when he learns he is a foundling from the mainland His father dies as a result of Davidson actions, but at the same time he gains a mentor in aranger to the island named Janir Years later on his nineteenth birthday David is given an amulet That moment touches off a streaming events which destroy his home and send him into the world with a motley [...]


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