The Dark Moon - Guardian Cycle Reviews
Description:ISBN 1857239938 / Author: Guardian Cycle / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / The birth of the Emperor's son had been prophesied many years ... more
The Dark Moon - Guardian Cycle ... before. The child would be the Guardian; saviour of his people. What had not been foreseen was the fact that there would be two imperial children born that night. Second-born Terrell is banished and grows up unaware of his birthright.
Newest Review: ... is the first novel in the spellbinding series of the guardian cycle. It follows Terrel and his perilous journey into the ... more
Customer The Dark Moon - Guardian Cycle Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/12/05, updated on 04/12/05 (Very useful, 126 readings)
First off I am a huge fan of fantasy and science fiction novels and when I was browsing the sections in the bookstore and my eyes lay upon these books, I knew I had to read them. The Guardian Cycle consists of five novels, each with their own various stories and plots but all of them containing the main characters. The author of these books is Julia Gray who had previously wrote two other novels, Isle of the Dead and Ice Mage, both of which I have not read. The birth of an Emperor's son has been prophesied for centuries and this child would be the guardian to the floating islands of Vandanis who would save them from a catastrophe so great it would destroy ... Read the complete review
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