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    PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] I don’t know what it is with me and these stories with ridiculously well thought out world’s lately but man struck gold again on that front I’ve mentioned before they aren’t always my thing because usually they’re draggy and I just fall asleep too easily these days This one was along the lines of the traditional style fantasy lik

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    characters The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3) Daniel E. Olesen ☆ 3 review PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] The Eagle's Flight is an expertly written thoroughly entertaining fantasy tale And the best part? You can currently get it all for free through the author's website I first started reading it I was pleasantly surprised to find that the author did not hesitate to provide detailed descriptions of things like the layout of the capital city in a way that reminded me a little bit of Tolkien And those descriptions really come in handy l

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    Daniel E. Olesen ☆ 3 review characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Daniel E. Olesen PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] I've been putting off writing this review for a while now and that's probably because I'm still angry at this book for stealing so much of my sleep by keeping me up at nightFirst thing's first I know the author though we met because I read this book and reached out to him So take that disclaimer however you will And with that in mind let me say this book ain't for no newbie fantasy readers Mr Olesen makes his audience

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    PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] I really enjoyed this book which I felt was very well written with an engrossing storyIt's about a medieval kingdom where some of the powerful lords plot and fight to become the next ruler after the late King's passing despite their realm simultaneously being threatened by outside forcesThe story is told through many different characters' eyes ranging from both commoners to nobles and as such helps to give a feel for what life may

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    Daniel E. Olesen ☆ 3 review PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] I first noticed Daniel Olesen’s The Eagles’s Flight in the 2017 Self Published Fantasy Blog Off It was in th

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    PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] The Eagle’s Flight is an Epic Fantasy story and Norse inspired Its plot takes us to The Realms of Adalmearc doomed by tragic events in the royal family The story depicts the characters and the social and political hierarchy of the kingdom where strategic plots back stabbing and other lovely intriguing games are to be

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    Daniel E. Olesen ☆ 3 review PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] The Eagle’s Flight tells of a troubled time in Adalmearc’s history; with an infant king on the throne Sigvard’s line is weakened there is insurgence among the barbarians on the far side of the Langstan wall and powerful nobles jockey for power that rightly belongs to the throne Rivalry is the order of the day and there are influences

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    characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Daniel E. Olesen Daniel E. Olesen ☆ 3 review PDF FREE [The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1–3)] Lots of fun political manipulation and manuevering Names are on the tad confusing side but there's an appendix at the end This is incredibly helpful as I took breaks between each of the book's three sectionsWorldbuilding is awesome Characters are amazing I correctly guessed a few of the big surprises early on but the reveal was nice Although I would have liked the impossible marriage to come through at the endOne of the things I really lik

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The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3)

review The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3) 103 Peace in the Seven Realms of Adalmearc is only as strong as those who rule them With the death of the high king and his heir too young to assume the throne political intrigues fill the landscape as the leading noble families scheme and plot their way to power Meanwhile enemies abroad sense the changes and make their own prepar. The Eagle s Flight is an expertly written thoroughly entertaining fantasy tale And the best part You can currently get it all for free through the author s website I first started reading it I was pleasantly surprised to find that the author did not hesitate to provide detailed descriptions of things like the layout of the capital city in a way that reminded me a little bit of Tolkien And those descriptions really come in handy later when the city is embroiled in a war and I can clearly imagine where the troops are what the walls are protecting etc Not many authors can pull off detailed descriptions without seeming overly info dumpy but Daniel Olesen does it extremely well in this novel This novel is filled with political plotting battles and a large cast of characters with conflicting motivations There isn t necessarily one main character and I often found myself torn between the motivations of two characters who disagree or unsure about a character that I thought was my favorite and so on Various characters feature prominently throughout the book and their scenes are expertly woven together to give us a sense of the overall story and the state of the realm Finally I thought I would mention the brief foray into a war with the invading outlanders I m used to picking up even the best fantasy books and finding that the bad guys or the enemy are based on Middle Eastern cultures and stereotypes While there was a definite hint towards the Middle Eastern in their descriptions I didn t actually find the way it was handled to be much of an issue They weren t vilified or overly stereotyped simply for who they were or for being different and while they did fight savagely in the war many of the leaders of Adalmearc did as well Like I said this is rare and the author is to be commended for not relying too heavily on stereotypes Before this review turns too long I will conclude by saying I definitely recommend this book to any fantasy lover especially those who love world building It was a satisfying read and I will be waiting for the next one

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review The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3) 103 Herto unassailable honour of a knight may become stainedThe Eagle's Flight compiles the first three of the Chronicles of Adalmearc It is a journey into the fantastic world of Adal its realms peoples cultures and conflictsNote Full e book can be downloaded for free at wwwannalsofadalnet along with a colour map in high resolutio. The Eagle s Flight tells of a troubled time in Adalmearc s history with an infant king on the throne Sigvard s line is weakened there is insurgence among the barbarians on the far side of the Langstan wall and powerful nobles jockey for power that rightly belongs to the throne Rivalry is the order of the day and there are influences within the capital of Middanhal willing to play those forces against each other no matter the cost to the kingdom As the net of information stretching across the kingdom trembles to the news the Order of Adal has no choice but to try to keep the peaceThis book offers a rich and complex fantasy epic with a distinctly Nordic feel The story s perspectives span a kingdom and its cast of characters reaches from the commander of the Order s armies to a kitchen girl Despite or because of the number of pieces in play author Daniel E Olsen has a masterly hand on the threads of the story Although in some sections the level of description occasionally slows the pacing it wasn t enough to prevent me from enjoying the read The characters are by and large well developed with plenty of depth and their own motivations which always helps to draw me into a story and the political backdrop of the various areas is convincingly detailed Fans of this genre will be certain to find this a treatReviewed for By Rite of Word

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review The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3) 103 AtionsStanding as a safeguard against both foreign foes as well as enemies closer to heart are the Order and its knights Keeping the realms of Adalmearc united and at peace is their foremost duty But when the strife turns political and the enemy is difficult to discern when alliances shift and allegiances are torn even the hit. I really enjoyed this book which I felt was very well written with an engrossing storyIt s about a medieval kingdom where some of the powerful lords plot and fight to become the next ruler after the late King s passing despite their realm simultaneously being threatened by outside forcesThe story is told through many different characters eyes ranging from both commoners to nobles and as such helps to give a feel for what life may have been like for them There is also mystery and suspense to go along with some exciting battles and actionAmidst all of this there are some likeable characters to root for when they are faced with difficult situations which often left me anxiously turning the pagesThere are 3 parts to this book and felt that the final one nicely finished some of the plot lines whilst also setting the stage for this story to be continued in its forthcoming seuels Finally there is a map and further background information about its world at

  • Hardcover
  • 500
  • The Eagles Flight (The Chronicles of Adalmearc, #1-3)
  • Daniel E. Olesen
  • English
  • 28 February 2020
  • 9788771700428