5/17/13

Review of Setting Boundries by Valerie Douglas

Setting Boundaries  by Valerie Douglas

In this novella of(The Coming Storm) Land Boundaries must be set. For each of the Elves, Dwarves and Men.  Elon of Aerilann, Elven advisor to the High King of Men, helped negotiate the treaty between Elves, Dwarves and men. Along with is True Friend Colath and Wizard Jareth they must travel the entire Kingdoms to set up these Boundaries. There are those that don't want this and will stop at nothing to prevent them. These 3 will form a friendship to last a lifetime.

Having read the coming Storm Series first I decided to read this book last. *Laughing* I can't say what I did would work for others as now I want to reread for the 3rd time the Coming Storm & A Convocation of Kings!  This is not a hardship as this series is Masterfully Written and puts Lord of the Rings to second place! I really liked how I got to see how these 3 become such trusting friends , the beginning of all. 

I highly Recommend this Book and this Series.
5 STARS
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