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by Glenn G. Thater

  • ISBN: 1449509452
  • Author: Glenn G. Thater
  • ePub ver: 1821 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 254
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (October 16, 2009)
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  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
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Books in Harbinger of Doom Series (11 Book Series)

Books in Harbinger of Doom Series (11 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. Gateway to Nifleheim (A Novel of Epi. lenn G. Thater. 2. THE FALLEN ANGLE (Harbinger of Doo. KnightEternal) should be read by every fan of the fantasy genre. and what an agonizing treat forthe reader that is.

THE GATEWAY GLENN G. THATER This book is a work of fiction. Books by glenn g. The harbinger of doom saga. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Combines The Gateway and The Fallen Angle into a single volume).

In Knight Eternal, Glenn G. Thater transports us to an age of high adventure where knights battle supernatural creatures, political . HARBINGER OF DOOM (Combines The Gateway and The Fallen Angle into a single volume)

In Knight Eternal, Glenn G. Thater transports us to an age of high adventure where knights battle supernatural creatures, political intrigues abound, ancient fiends lurk in the mist, and the line between good and evil is all too thin. This next volume in the epic Harbinger of Doom series is certain to delight fantasy fans everywhere. HARBINGER OF DOOM (Combines The Gateway and The Fallen Angle into a single volume). THE HERO AND THE FIEND (A novelette set in the Harbinger of Doom universe). THE GATEWAY (A novella length version of Gateway to Nifleheim). Harbinger of Doom (An Epic Fantasy Novel) (Harbinger of Doom Volumes 1 and 2). Thater, Glenn

Books by glenn g. THE HARBINGER OF DOOM SAGA GATEWAY TO NIFLEHEIM THE FALLEN ANGLE KNIGHT ETERNAL DWELLERS OF THE DEEP VOLUME 5+ forthcoming.

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KNIGHT ETERNAL GLENN G. This book is a work of fiction.

Live to write the history books. Ob Sir Jude Eotrus’s massive destrier thundered forward at full gallop, adorned in steel barding and colorful caparison. Armored gauntlets, greaves, and boots completed his protection. His steel helm hung from a saddle loop, his black cape fluttered in the wind. To his left arm was affixed a heater shield emblazoned with the Eotrus coat-of-arms.

Harbinger of Doom, Book 4. By: Glenn G. In Knight Eternal, Glenn G. Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir. Length: 8 hrs and 36 mins. The harbinger of doom saga

Books by glenn g. gateway to nifleheim 2. the fallen angle 3. knight eternal 4. dwellers of the deep 5. blood, fire, and thorn 6. gods of the sword 7. the shambling dead 8. master of the dead 9. shadow of doom 10. WIZARD'S TOLL VOLUME 11+ forthcoming. HARBINGER OF DOOM (Combines Gateway to Nifleheim and The Fallen Angle into a single volume).

In Harbinger of Doom, Glenn G. Thater transports you to a time of legendary heroes, armored knights, spectacular duels, courtly intrigue, otherworldly evils, and ancient forbidden magics

In Harbinger of Doom, Glenn G. Thater transports you to a time of legendary heroes, armored knights, spectacular duels, courtly intrigue, otherworldly evils, and ancient forbidden magics.

Praise for Knight Eternal by Glenn G.Thater   "I am not exaggerating when I say that excellence is in every part of this book - from the dialogue, the settings, the pacing, the plot, to the overall feel of the story... (Knight Eternal) should be read by every fan of the fantasy genre ...It is a classic in the making...I am not sure who the good guys are...and what an agonizing treat for the reader that is. The possibilities this leaves are so tantalizing that I have never wanted to read a sequel so bad. Ever!" --- Rai Aren (co-author of Secret of the Sands) "It is very infrequent that I have trouble putting a book down. This was one of them. The characters really came to life, the battle scenes were vivid, and tactically it made sense...The author's first two books were great. This one was Fantastic. Mr. Thater must be hiding a military or secret agent background, because the intrigue and the battle felt so real." ---Mountain Dweller (an Amazon reviewer)In Knight Eternal, Glenn G. Thater transports us to an age of high adventure where knights battle supernatural creatures, political intrigues abound, ancient fiends lurk in the mist, and the line between good and evil is all too thin. This next volume in the epic Harbinger of Doom series is certain to delight fantasy fans everywhere. KNIGHT ETERNAL Lord Angle Theta, Claradon Eotrus, and Ob the gnome battle fanatical monks, deadly bounty hunters, and otherworldly fiends whose merest touch is death, in their relentless pursuit of Korrgonn, Lord of Chaos. Meanwhile, Korrgonn stops at nothing to acquire the fabled Orb of Wisdom, that ancient talisman that can return Azathoth and his kingdom to Midgaard. But the fate of the world turns when Claradon faces DeBoors, the ancient sword-master who has sworn to slay him. 
Comments (7)

Avarm
The author, Glenn G. Thater, wrote this story based on 1200-year old documents about an enigmatic character, Lord Angle Theta, and his epic journeys and battles. There is even evidence dating all the way back to 2600 B.C. that speaks to the Angle Theta lore. The author has updated this lost tale into the fantasy novel Knight Eternal. It is a battle of good vs. evil in a time of gnomes, elves & knights, and sword & sorcery. Terrible evil has befallen a vast land, creeping into places everywhere - seen and unseen - and corrupting countless people. A cadre of souls sets out to save a comrade after a merciless attack, restore justice and stability, and exact revenge.

Like his first book, Harbinger of Doom (made up of two stories - The Gateway & The Fallen Angle), this is, in my opinion, truly excellent fantasy literature. Many of the themes will be be familiar to fans of the fantasy genre, but it's possible that's because the ancient lore these books are derived from predates many other fantasy stories. Perhaps the intriguing and highly entertaining stories of the intensely mysterious and powerful Angle Theta were amongst of the original sources of inspiration for these later tales. It is obvious to me the appeal of these tales and why they lived on.

I am not exaggerating when I say that excellence is in every part of this book - from the dialogue, the settings, the pacing, the plot, to the overall feel of the story. There is not one word that is extraneous or out of place, there is never any place where I wish there had been more description, or better description, better flow, or more excitement. The characters are all clearly drawn out with palpable presences and personalities - my two faves are Ob the Gnome, and Lord Angle Theta, who continuously simmers with nearly unmatched power, danger, and deep mystery. The dialogue is crisp & witty, humorous at times, and always meaningful. The stakes are high and the journey is wild and unpredictable. The story is perfectly put together and, I think, should be read by every fan of the fantasy genre - I mean this all sincerely. It is a classic in the making.

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What is really surprising & completely refreshing is that near the end of the book, the story is switched over to the bad guys' point of view, and absolutely everything is upended. The reader is then left questioning if they have it backwards, maybe those are actually the good guys (though ultimately, everyone does bad things, no one is blame-free, but everything seems to have solid motivations). This sets this book (and its predecessors) apart from most other stories. It is revelatory, and so incredibly well done, I am enthralled by it. I am not sure who the good guys are, plus there are many shades of grey, and what an agonizing treat for the reader that is. The possibilities this leaves are so tantalizing that I have never wanted to read a sequel so bad. Ever!

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One thing is important to mention - the story ends suddenly, very suddenly. It really is the first half of a full story. I didn't realize this about the book, there were pages left, but they turned out to be the glossary, so it caught me by surprise. I dearly hope the next instalment will be released post haste!

To wrap it up, Knight Eternal is brilliant storytelling in every possible way. So much so, that I want to read every single tale about Angle Theta that has ever existed. Highly recommended!

Rai Aren, co-author of the award-winning mystery novel Secret of the Sands
Agamaginn
I enjoyed reading this tale of eternal beings, lost civilizations, and decaying worlds from ages lost in the sands of time. This is the third book in the Harbinger of Doom series. It picks up where the second book ended, with Theta and his band on a quest to prevent the return of the ultimate evil to our world. It is a well written fast paced story that will keep you on your seat.
While the author is known for not adding "fluff" to his descriptions and stories, he makes sure that there is more than enough detail to paint a good picture of the world they live in. My only compalint is the lenght of the book, while this is about twice the size of either the first or second book, I had wished it was longer, especially upon reaching the ending which left me with a feeling the story should not have ended there. I look forward to the authors next book.
Best West
For a story supposedly more than 2000 years old it reads more like a bad D&D (Dungeons and Dragons) 'quest'. Even with 'modernised' language it seems unable to decide it's era. Fantasy is expected to be unrealistic but you need the 'plausible impossible' not jumping from 15th century to Victorian to 12th century then post industrial style. I don't think I will be reading any further episodes even if offered free like the ones I gathered and reviewed
Whitebinder
This is a good series with religious overtones, not for those who are very strict in their beliefs. They are not insulting to any one religion but some may take umbrage to the authors innuendos.

I would like the series more if they bundled more of the books together at a discounted price.
Saithinin
Most series start with the best book and storyline then its downhill from there. This particular series is the reverse. The first book was weak and each following book has gotten progressively better.

This book is very good on all fronts. Worth the pain of reading Gateway to get to this one.
Fato
Action packed and loaded with vividly described battle scenes that place the reader amid the fighting, Knight Eternal is an epic sword and sorcery tale. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a fast paced, gripping story that combines magic, mystical forces, and mythical heroes battling evil.
ChallengeMine
Great series. Best of its genre for some time! Well written and keeps pace without losing place. A master writer in the making.

Earl stevens, PhD
Great third book in the series. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. I would recommend this series to anyone who likes the fantasy genre.

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