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Tim Matthias has only ever known the peace of the South, but that peace is shattered when a group of mysterious creatures destroys his home. In search of answers, Tim discovers the poisoned wastelands of the North, where the Dark Lord Zadinn Kanas rules over all. It is here that Tim joins forces with a band of freedom fighters on a quest to find the Army of Kah'lash, a mytTim Matthias has only ever known the peace of the South, but that peace is shattered when a group of mysterious creatures destroys his home. In search of answers, Tim discovers the poisoned wastelands of the North, where the Dark Lord Zadinn Kanas rules over all. It is here that Tim joins forces with a band of freedom fighters on a quest to find the Army of Kah'lash, a mythical force destined to serve those in need. At the same time, Tim must learn to use the magic of the Lifesource, for he is the Warrior of Light. As Tim struggles to accept his destiny, those around him must battle their way across the North, seeking a means to wage one last, desperate stand against Zadinn and his armies......

Title : Warrior of Light
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ISBN : 9780692769058
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 486 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Warrior of Light Reviews

  • Rossina Gil
    2018-10-26 08:41

    If George R. R. Martin and J. R. R. Tolkien had a baby, it would be Warrior of Light's author William Heinzen. This book is written with colorful, metaphorical, fantastical language which sets the tone for three concurrent story lines which culminate into an incredibly satisfying finish. I particularly enjoyed getting to know the characters through description and commentary. I also appreciate that WoL does not have the raunchy sex scenes - like in Game of Thrones - and it supersedes the settings as described in Lord of the Rings. I found this WoL a great diversion to all of the craziness occurring in today's real world. It simultaneously builds one's imagination and vocabulary.

  • Kimberly Hughes
    2018-10-22 05:21

    This book reads like the author was obsessed with the Star Wars series and the Wheel of Time and decided to write a novel merging them both with elves and dwarves. It's not bad. The author writes well and the characters are unique enough, but I kept thinking through the whole novel that this is this part of Star Wars, or this is when Rand did this. I enjoyed it, but I'm not sure I would recommend it to anyone.

  • Apokaluo
    2018-11-03 06:43

    While it starts out in a rather standard fantasy way, the story develops well as it continues. I thought I had a pretty good handle on how the whole story would wrap up, but was pleasantly surprised to find the author had some nice twists still in store. Looking forward to see where he goes from here.