Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard, #1)

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  • Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard, #1)
  • Michelle Bryan
  • English
  • 23 January 2017

About the Author: Michelle Bryan

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Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard, #1) Only magic can save them from what is coming, but first, it must be reclaimed Twenty years ago, war devastated Dreach Bloody and cruel, it ravaged the realm and stripped magic from Dreach Sciene Without magic, there is no hope No life For Prince Trystan Renauld, there is no choice As his people starve, his enemy prepares for a final showdown that will decide the fate of the realm Without magical power, he and his people will lose everything Even with it, they may fail Against a backdrop of prophecy, curses, and forbidden love, Trystan must reunite the legendary Tri Gard, keepers of the magic, and find the power he s always believed was a fairy tale magic, the very foundation of life With both sides preparing for battle, it s a race against time and against the kind of darkness that can destroy them all. Download Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard, #1) – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Prophecy of Darkness (Legends of the Tri-Gard, #1)

  1. Dianne says:

    Prophecies, curses, forbidden love, dying lands and stolen magic Two authors come together to give us a dark fantasy romance and have doubled their WOW Power Michelle Bryan and Michelle Lynn s PROPHECY OF DARKNESS is a tale of survival for a dying realm and the quest for one young prince to give his all for one last chance at restoring the magic that was stolen twenty years before To do so he must learn to believe in the magic he never saw, and reunite the Tri Gard, the keepers of magic who h Prophecies, curses, forbidden love, dying lands and stolen magic Two authors come together to give us a dark fantasy romance and have doubled their WOW Power Michell...

  2. G.K. DeRosa says:

    I couldn t not put this book down The authors pull you into the fantasy world of Dreach from page one There s a diverse cast of characters each with a unique voice and intriguing backstory The Prince and Princess along with their friends are on a journey to save their magic devoid kingdom but with traitorous dukes, an evil king and treachery everywhere, it proves to be quite a daunting task I loved t...

  3. Ayah says:

    That ending..The best way I could describe this book would be, a spin off or a retelling of Merlin.This book reminded me of Merlin, one of my all time favorite TV shows, except it wasn t exactly that A lot of the main plots that make up the show Merlin are reversed and used in this book In Merlin, magic was banned and thought to be almost instinct Although a few of the main characters believed that the return of magic would be a good thing, the King would kill anyone who attempts to do That ending..The best way I could describe this book would be, a spin off or a retelling of Merlin.This book reminded me of Merlin, one of my all time favorite TV shows, except it wasn t exactly that A lot of the main plots that make up the show Merlin are reversed and used in this book In Merlin, magic was banned and thought to...

  4. Patrick Hodges says:

    Having read both Michelle Bryan s and Michelle Lynn s previous works, and enjoyed all of them immensely, I was tantalized by the prospect of having them team up to write a fantasy series I played a game with myself, trying to determine if a certain passage was written by one Michelle or the other.Honestly I lost that game Both writers are so good, and their styles flow together so seamlessly, that I couldn t tell where one Michelle left off and the other began The characters, as expected, ha Having read both Michelle Bryan s and Michelle Lynn s previous works, and enjoyed all of them immensely, I was tantalized by the prospect of having them team up to write a fantasy series I played a game with myself, trying to determine if a certain passage was written by one Michelle or the other.Honestly I lost that game Both writers are so good, and their styles flow together so seamlessly, that I couldn t tell where one Michelle left off and the other ...

  5. Kelly Clare says:

    Blissfully lost in this epic journey from the first page

  6. L.J. Higgins says:

    As a fan of their previous works, when I heard Michelle Bryan and Michelle Lynn had teamed up to write a fantasy series I couldn t wait to get my hands on it It didn t disappoint In a kingdom without magic, Prince Trystan s people are devastated by famine and extreme weather and he fears that the whispers of a dark force brewing could be the beginning of the end of his kingdom That is, if he can t revive magic.Although he s unsure if magic is even real, he knows finding it is his only chance As a fan of their previous works, when I heard Michelle Bryan and Michelle Lynn had teamed up to write a fantasy series I couldn t wait to get my hands on it It didn t disappoint In a kingdom without magic...

  7. Natasha Clark-French says:

    This was a great book and a strong start to a series I loved the characters, the storyline, and the imagery I did remove a star because there was some dialogue that wasn t authentic to the scene or the characters I particularly disliked the special snowflake dialogue It pulled me right out if the story but thankfully it s good enough that I was able continue reading and only wasted a couple minutes steaming over it I will absolutely be continuing this series asap I volunteered to read an This was a great book and a strong start to a series I loved the characters, the storyline, and the imagery I did remove a star because there was some dialogue that wasn t authentic to the scene or the characters I particularly disliked the special snowflake dialogue It pulled me right out if the story but thankfully it s good enough that I was able continue reading and only wasted a couple minutes steaming over it I will absolutely be continuing ...

  8. Raewynn says:

    Firstly, if you hate cliffhangers, wait for .I found this story easy to get into and, once it dragged you in, you were hooked until the end.Sort of good kingdom and bad kingdom but wee twists and turns keep you guessing AND the ending..WOW, was so not expecting tha...

  9. Janine says:

    It took some time for me to get into things, mostly to familiarize myself with the workings and names of the world the story takes place in For the latter, the little glossary has been quite helpful if you are the impatient type, even though the story is pretty much self explanatory and there aren t that many unfamiliar names or names in general to work with, which is pretty relaxing for someone like me for whom being bombarded with titles and names is very frustrating, simply can t remember th It took some time for me to get into things, mostly to familiarize myself with the workings and names of the world the story takes place in For the latter, the little glossary has been quite helpful...

  10. Bethany says:

    When Trystan is named Toha, he becomes the protector of the realm instead of the ordinary prince Because of this responsibility, Trystan realizes that he has to be the one to save the realm from war and starvation Without magic, the crops aren t growing like they should and war is raging The solution to their problems is to restore the Tri Gard.Trystan sets off with his sist...