Call of Sunteri (Keepers of the Wellsprings Book 2)

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Call of Sunteri (Keepers of the Wellsprings Book 2)

Call of Sunteri Keepers of the Wellsprings Book A magical novel for teens and adults alike with full color illustrations by the author Azaeli Hammerfel has been named a knight and is thrilled to be on her first true quest alongside her parents gu

  • Title: Call of Sunteri (Keepers of the Wellsprings Book 2)
  • Author: Missy Sheldrake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A magical novel for teens and adults alike, with full color illustrations by the author Azaeli Hammerfel has been named a knight, and is thrilled to be on her first true quest alongside her parents guild Their journey to see Prince Eron and his expecting wife safely to Lake Kordelya is shrouded with a sense of impending doom that tests the strength of His Majesty s ElitA magical novel for teens and adults alike, with full color illustrations by the author Azaeli Hammerfel has been named a knight, and is thrilled to be on her first true quest alongside her parents guild Their journey to see Prince Eron and his expecting wife safely to Lake Kordelya is shrouded with a sense of impending doom that tests the strength of His Majesty s Elite and the love that Azi and Rian, the Mage, share When Kythshire s fairies find themselves a target of the same threat, an unlikely champion presents himself Tib Nullen has had a hard life He s just twelve years old, but as a field slave in the Sorcerer run country of Sunteri, he has seen toil, loss, and cruelty than anyone should be made to endure When tragedy strikes his family, Tib finds himself flung into a plot much bigger than he In his struggle to make sense of his thoughts, which he fears are not fully his own, he learns he has a greater purpose to help restore the Wellspring of Sunteri Sorcery, Dreamwalking, Necromancy, and mystery fill the plot of Call of Sunteri, the second book of the Keepers of the Wellsprings series by Missy Sheldrake.

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    1. G.G. on said:

      Call of Sunteri continues with the same great characters with the addition of a few cool ones: Tib a twelve-year-old boy who shows more strength and courage than you would expect at such a young age and his friend, Mevyn, who is also new to the story. Quite the character that one…I couldn't decide if I liked him or if I wanted to smack him hard. While I adored the first book, it took me a while to decide to read this one. I have read so many high fantasy books in the past that, for some reason [...]

    2. Shannon Reber on said:

      Amazing! I didn't realized when I began reading that this was the second book in the trilogy. I didn't read the first, but the author described it beautifully. The backstory was told without going overboard and the story itselfwow. I loved them all right from the beginning. The world is fascinating and yet again, beautifully described. I recommend this book to anyone who loves fantasy. It is SO worth your time!

    3. T.L. Clark on said:

      Oh, I love this series.The first book was a great forerunner to this one. Call of Sunteri is filled with magical action. I love how you are kept guessing about Mevyn's intentions, and Valenor; wow!But I don't want to spoil anything.I was totally immersed in the magical world Missy Sheldrake creates. It's just fascinating. Wonderfully written.I've downloaded the next book already, and will read when I next have some 'free choice' book time.

    4. Amber McCarter on said:

      I hadn't initially intended to continue this series, after reading the first one. But after taking a break, I found myself still thinking of the characters And so, although a bit too "cutesy" for my tastes, I decided to come back to them anyway. These books are well written and entertaining, even if lacking in depth of thought.

    5. M. Ray Holloway Jr. on said:

      I read this book after purchasing the paperback set. I did this because I admire the artwork that these books feature on their covers, and I felt that the Kindle versions don't always do them justice.I had already read the first book of the series and wanted to see how the characters progressed in the second book. Very often, a sequel is not as enjoyable as the first book, but I was very pleasantly surprised to find that this story was even better than the first book, which I had thoroughly enjo [...]

    6. Owen O'Neill on said:

      I enjoyed the first book in this series and considered it a superior effort, particularly for a debut novel, but the sequel rises to a higher level. The characters have grown and matured, and so has the author’s writing. The story is richer, the pacing is improved, and while lighthearted moments remain, the action is portrayed in a deeper and more gripping manner. As with the previous book, the narrative style is first-person, present-tense. I commented in my review of that book that while tha [...]

    7. Aviar Savijon on said:

      Call of SuntetiEpic, Epic, Epic, wow what an incredible book, story and entry to a fantasy realm. This has movie possibilities written all over it. Magnificent writing, adventure with good and evil and some that are in between the two. Dark forces and forces of light. It simply doesn't get any better.

    8. Rebecca on said:

      Really enjoyed it. Only a few times, and then only briefly, did I feel like I might be missing something important from not having read first. Would definitely read more of the series. 4 star

    9. Persnickety on said:

      Such a giftndle Unlimited - Thank you.Can't imagine how this could be more perfect. And, once again, the illustrations are such a special treat.

    10. J. Daniel Layfield on said:

      I loved the first book, and again Sheldrake captures my complete attention by the 50-60% mark making it so hard to put down. Her devious design of switching back and forth between two storylines is extremely effective in keeping me reading well past the time I should have been doing something else (working, sleeping, eating, telling my wife and children I love them). I enjoyed seeing the group from the first book back in action, and loved the addition of Tib. Books three and four are already in [...]

    11. David Brooks on said:

      I may be a bit different from the other reviewers because I really enjoyed the first book. However, I did not enjoy the second book as much. I am planning to go back and re-read them both soon, so my opinion may change. But the second book felt a bit more scattered and focused much less on plot and story and more on the development of characters. Hence this felt much more like a character novel and much less like a true sequel to the first.

    12. Debbie Pierce on said:

      Call of Sunteri continues the story about Azi, Rian and the rest of the Elite. With some added characters along the way. The Dreamwalker manages to cause a lot more trouble but with a couple new characters, they are able to fight his hold. This series is one of the best I have ever read. I am ready to start book 3 now. Can't wait to see what happens to them next.

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