Item description for The Alliance: Book One of the Faeltheon by Rachel DiDomenico, Chrystine Kern & Samantha Ward...
Overview The recently orphaned Elwyn Elenthea must take her mother's place as queen of an ancient race of Faeries and Elves, but when disaster threatens her people, her inexperience could be fatal for them all. Will the last Queen of Faerie be able to save her people?
Publishers Description The young, recently orphaned Elwyn Elenthea must now take her mother's place as Queen of Faerie, but when disaster threatens her people and their way of life, her inexperience could be fatal for them all. In their new fantasy novel, The Alliance, authors Rachel DiDomenico, Chrystine Kern, Samantha Ward and Michele Yardumian launch the adventures of the Faeltheon, an ancient race of Faeries and Elves whose very existence is threatened by their dreadful enemies. Though Elwyn's friends and advisors join with her to try to avert tragedy, their heroic efforts will not be enough without the legendary Master of Marliondolen. When their enemies band together, determined to destroy the Faeltheon, there ensues a battle of wits and faith to survive that deadly Alliance. But, as the sands of time run out, even the wisest among them cannot answer the essential questions: who is to be the Master of Marliondolen, and what exactly must he do?
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.15" Width: 6.3" Height: 1.08" Weight: 1.62 lbs.
Release Date Jul 17, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Series Number 1
ISBN 1598869833 ISBN13 9781598869835
Availability 0 units.
More About Rachel DiDomenico, Chrystine Kern & Samantha Ward
Reviews - What do customers think about The Alliance: Book One of the Faeltheon?
the sequel is coming! Oct 1, 2008
This Alliance is the same great story already printed in hardcover. The softcover format makes it lighter weight and less expensive, but it still contains all the features of the hardback version, including the color illustrations and the Appendices. The sequel to this story, Run Before the Wind: Book Two of the Faeltheon, is currently in production and should be out by summer 2009. To see other reviews of this story, go to the hardcover edition.
Great Story and Art!! Aug 31, 2008
The art in this book was wonderful! The story keeps a great pace and has a wonderful Christian message that is in undertones through out the story. The fact that the authors are teacher and students is another plus to read this book. I hope more in the series come out!
Love It!!! Jan 22, 2008
My kids and I have absolutely LOVED reading The Alliance. It is masterful storytelling and keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole way through. If you enjoy fantasy, you will LOVE the first book of the Faltheon!
orem utah Dec 7, 2007
This is a well written fantasy tale of a land of faeries, elves, and goblins. The vivid and comprehensive descriptions in this book, put you right in the story and give you an intimate knowledge of the characters and the fantastic places that they love and live in. The devotion to family, integrity, and faith as the characters move through this intriguing and exciting story is refreshing. This is one of four books and I am eager to continue this amazing journey with this wonderful cast of characters.
True epic enjoyment Jul 15, 2007
I truly and deeply enjoyed reading "The Alliance". It is the beginning of an epic journey that touches the reader in a meaningful and enjoyable way- teaching as well as it entertains. The values expressed by these three young authors and their former teacher are wholesome and Biblical, giving a well rounded worldview that will inspire both the young and the old. I recommed it highly to anyone who loves the worlds of Lewis and Tolkien and to anyone looking for an alternative to the darker literature so popular with young people today. Parents, teachers, students- add this to your libraries- you won't be sorry.