Enden

Enden They have grown strong in the shadows the kingdom of Oldon The land is void of hope and of strength against them The human kingdoms grow corrupt everyday so that the lines between good and evil are

  • Title: Enden
  • Author: David Duane Kummer
  • ISBN: 9781540696045
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • They have grown strong in the shadows, the kingdom of Oldon The land is void of hope and of strength against them The human kingdoms grow corrupt everyday, so that the lines between good and evil are slurred One young man from a small village in the valley could change all of that He fights with the passion of a warrior and the luck of a magician And when the barbariaThey have grown strong in the shadows, the kingdom of Oldon The land is void of hope and of strength against them The human kingdoms grow corrupt everyday, so that the lines between good and evil are slurred One young man from a small village in the valley could change all of that He fights with the passion of a warrior and the luck of a magician And when the barbarians force him out of his home, the journey begins Trained by a knight, shadowed with secrets, and against the kingdom he once called home, Jonathan is an outcast, a rebel But than anything, he is a leader Enden is a world filled with wars, famine, sieges, torture, and death But the greatest battle of all is to survive Only one thing is certain Something is rising, in the distance near the edge of the world where forgotten secrets brew Something has risen And it is coming It is coming.

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    1. Hi My name is David Kummer I m an author that s only in high school and so I m still learning and growing and figuring out how to become a better author.If you d like to know about my releases or promotions as soon as they happen, go here eepurl bPgy4nMy name is David Kummer, and I live in Madison, Indiana, which is a small town on the Ohio River There s lots of history and creepy places, which have influenced my writings In my book SHE, most of the places and buildings are based off similar settings here in my home town, although I ve changed them so you wouldn t know really if I didn t tell you.I would love to get to know you better, so email me at davidkummer7 gmail or check out my blog at davidkummer I m always glad to give out review copies always most of the time , but love it even if you pick up a copy to buy They re all cheap Reviews are super appreciated.For real, message me either on there or here I love getting to know people and talking books, sports, favorite foods mmmm or whatever your area of interest is.

    2. I truly enjoyed David Kummer's Enden. The story takes on a grand scale as the characters fight for what they believe and we see humans, elves and dwarves comes together like some non-mystical version of Lord of the Rings. No doubt it is not a rethinking of the Lord of the Rings, but it's own unique fantasy novel. If you enjoy stories of kings and knights, elves and dwarves, this is a great fantasy novel to keep you entertained.

    3. So I'm going to discuss the negatives before I discuss the positive things about this book. If you're considering reading this book, remember it was written by a kid in high school! He did most of the editing along with his family so; you're going to find some mistakes here and there. I'd find occasional words like "dids," or some words that don't often go together like "frozen sweat," but again remember this is a 450+ page fantasy book written by a kid in high school! When he's older and can af [...]

    4. I had the chance to review an early copy of David Kummer’s Enden which promises to be the first in a larger series. There are a number of things to appreciate about the novel which I got as part of the review section for my Inside the Inkwell blog. One of the first things worth noting is that the author is still a high school student. That’s significant to know because of the level of mythopoeia surrounding the story. I read a pretty large number of books each year and focus my efforts on Sc [...]

    5. This book was more interesting that I thought it would be just from the title. Sometimes book about king and queens and medieval times are not very good so I was not sure about this book, until I tried it! This book was really good and I'm glad I gave it a chance. It was very exciting to me and I liked the characters build and develop through out the book as well. * I received this book from the author---this is my honest review*

    6. I sat on this review of Enden for a while. I haven’t written a 1 star review yet for S13 and it wasn’t a prospect I was looking forward to. I don’t believe there is a way to give an author this feedback without inevitably disheartening them, but I will do my best to help David Kummer.Enden is a high fantasy novel that follows Jonathan, who plays the cliched hero: teenage farmboy who watches his family die then begins his path to heroism.Full review of Enden here

    7.  Hello my fellow Bibliomaniacs, TBBManiacBrandi here with my first ever review ! In choosing a book to read As my first step into book reviewing I saw this book on the list and  a young adult/ fantasy fan I was very excited to get my hands on it.  And after doing a bit of research on the Author , David Kummer ,  I was looking forward to reading what this young man had in-store for his readers.   The author starts book 1  with a very detailed history and a map  of Enden, a war torn ki [...]

    8. Uncaged Book Reviews:Enter this book with an open mind and be prepared to not to put it down until the end. For a novel written by a young author is it completely breathtaking, heart stopping and spell binding. A tale that is so well weaved together that you not see the ending coming. A must read for any true dark fantasy reader. And series that just made to my go to re-read shelf. I simply cannot wait for the continuation. Reviewed by Melisa

    9. Okay. The first eight percent or so of the novel is up front world detail material. This means readers choosing a ‘look inside’ might not notice anything of the actual main content itself – so potential readers beware. I read absolutely none of it because it feels like a homework assignment. The real content starts much farther down – and using the ‘look inside’ you’ll barely get a taste of what the story is.So, to be clear on the plot – this story follows one of two brothers in [...]

    10. David Kummer's new book "Enden" was a fun fantasy. David writes very in-depth storylines with fun characters. His writing is thorough and true. His characters are true to the heart. I liked this book, but find his horror and thriller books to be more exciting and fun to read.

    11. An entertaining read. No magic in this book, but the characters and plot make it one of the best fantasy novels out there. Well worth the money.

    12. If you like reading Dark Fantasy, then you will love this compelling story of Enden, a world of Lords and Kings, Dwarfs and Knights. In book 1 of this series, the dwarf-human nation of Ormdel, and the nations of Byrum, Oldon, and Kelorman all join forces in a war against the invasive Barbarians intent on destroying the villages and kingdoms in their path. The hero is a young man named Jonathan who is ripped from a normal peasant life and taken under the care of his mentor, Sir Richard, who trans [...]

    13. Epic adventureIt's an interesting adventure about one young man who can change the world. Well, his word and his kingdom. The characters in this book are well developed, and yes, it's an epic novel, as it is long, but it is worth the read. Filled with knights and battles, and the search for tomorrow, this is a grand story. A good read to start off the new year.

    14. Enden is a young-adult fantasy adventure, with its protagonist, Jonathan, a farmer’s son from a remote settlement with a talent for archery. In the aftermath of a barbarian raid on his village, Jonathan attracts the attention of the king’s grandson. It’s a tradition of the YA genre that the rebellious but otherwise unremarkable teen rises to prominence through luck and coincidence, and Jonathan certainly fits the bill. However, the character failed to gain my sympathy; Jonathan gave me the [...]

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