Magefable

Magefable Magefable is a beautifully illustrated fantasy adventure This is the first book in an epic tale filled with magic treasure humor and friendship as well as many ferocious enemies and the dangerous

  • Title: Magefable
  • Author: Heimdall Thunderhammer
  • ISBN: 9780615678092
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Magefable is a beautifully illustrated fantasy adventure This is the first book in an epic tale filled with magic, treasure, humor, and friendship, as well as many ferocious enemies and the dangerous trials of nature.Durbin has always dreamed of becoming a swashbuckling adventurer like his legendary father But unfortunately he s stuck in the secluded valley forest of VerMagefable is a beautifully illustrated fantasy adventure This is the first book in an epic tale filled with magic, treasure, humor, and friendship, as well as many ferocious enemies and the dangerous trials of nature.Durbin has always dreamed of becoming a swashbuckling adventurer like his legendary father But unfortunately he s stuck in the secluded valley forest of Verdancia, far away from the sway and swagger of the sea On one fateful evening a mouse named Clove and her spear hog companion Herod stumble into his village They had escaped from the terrible lion Sinvicious who wants to stop Clove before she can gain the full power of a geomancer a mage with the ability to control the elements Fire, water, wind, lightning, all can be controlled by a geomancer They can fly, turn themselves invisible, make their skin as solid as rock, shift the earth, and even control life Although all Clove can do at this point is make weeds move.The next morning when Durbin awakes he finds Clove and Herod gone Unable to resist the call of adventure, he journeys out into the woods to find them, dragging along his reluctant friend Morro the hedge hog, who would rather be sitting at home eating scones and berries On their way they meet other new friends such as Reverie, a wounded sparrow who can mesmerize animals with his singing, and Bailey, a courageous and boisterous young squirrel who is hunting for a dragon to tame But as Durbin and Morro seek Clove and Herod, so does Krochek the Hunter the most vile, savage rat ever to emerge from Sinvicious s kingdom Along with his horde of bloodthirsty rodents he will tear the forest apart in his effort to find them.

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    About "Heimdall Thunderhammer"

    1. Heimdall Thunderhammer

      Heimdall Thunderhammer was born where the rocky tor meets the frigid shore His home a rustic village sitting upon a cliff below an ever stormy gray sky And during the time of year when the frost clings to the roots of the trees, the northern lights can be seen glimmering off the far horizon The small cottage in which Heimdall Thunderhammer was born sits on the far eastern edge of the village, mingled amongst the wharfs and jetties.From the time that he figured out how to set a hook and trawl a net, he voyaged out to sea on his father s boat While on the bounty, Heimdall learned to draw maps and to navigate using only sun stones by day and the placement of the stars by night During the downtimes between catching fish and rigging the sails, his father and the other fishermen told him the tales of his ancestors and their gods The moment Heimdall heard these stories and learned to read he knew that he would grow up to be a writer himself and weave such tales as he had heard on the swaying tides of his youth.It was while out at sea that the inspiration for his writing struck He spotted two mice on the bow of the ship, both seemingly oblivious to the existence of the human crew The mice were perched on the gunwhale, their gaze focused on the far horizon, with a sparkle of adventure glimmering in their tiny eyes Where had they come from And what great journey awaited them When he asked those questions out loud, his father proceeded to tell Heimdall about the great beasts of the world, not only of the mice and other such forest critters, but of lions and dragons and similar beasts that Heimdall had never seen And his father and the other fisherman told Heimdall of geomancy, the magic of such critters Magic based on the six elements of nature And so it was while pondering the adventures of those two mice and the hidden magic that they surely held that Heimdall realized his life s ambition Magefable.Heimdall Thunderhammer has spent the past ten years writing and illustrating Magefable He enjoys crafting tales and sharing them with those who also love magic, treasure, and great adventures He appreciates the opportunity to interact with his fans, so if you ever have any questions or comments, do not be afraid to contact him.Twitter h_thunderhammerFacebook facebook pages Magefable 3882 and facebook heimdallunderhammer author show

    652 thoughts on “Magefable”

    1. I received this book free through a GoodReads First Reads GiveawayThere's a lot that Magefable is.Magefable is adorable, fun, quirky, intriguing, and epic.Magefable is the story of some little critters working to defeat a big bad one, against all odds. What does that mean? Well. Clove is a Mouse Mage. She is being trained by Elementals to control the four main elements and one other: light so she can become a Geomancer and defeat the evil Lion King of Feralis, Sinviscious, who is a Necromancer ( [...]


    2. This is a cute story, with simple but endearing illustrations. Alas, it seemed too heavily flavoured by Redwall to truly capture my full attention. The story is fairly standard - a heroic Spearhog, Herod (which I think is supposed to be a porcupine, although they are neither related to hedgehogs nor can fire their quills, so maybe not) and his elementally-skilled mouse companion, Clove, are set on finding a hidden temple whilst being pursued by angry rats. Despite the fact that the rats are foll [...]


    3. I really enjoyed this book, it is aimed at a middle grade audience but even as an adult I really liked it.There was a nice balance between action scenes and slower scenes, with time spent on showing the characters personalities and developing them. The action scenes did get a little repetitive as they were almost always battles between the good characters fighting against the rats or some other evil foe.The descriptions were a good, they didn't go into great detail but were descriptive enough to [...]


    4. Durbin (a mouse) didn’t understand what he had gotten into when he and his best friend, Morro (a hedgehog), followed a spear hog (porcupine) named Herod and his friend Clove (a mouse) when they left their village. Durbin always wanted more adventure in his life by he was stuck in the boring land of Verdancia. When Herod and Clove came to town they told Durbin they were fleeing from Sinvicious (an evil lion) in Feralis because he wants to stop Clove because she can get her full powers as a geom [...]


    5. This book had a lot of potential, but the grammatical errors really made it difficult for me to concentrate on the story. I picked this book up off the shelf because it called itself a middle grade fantasy. Typically I enjoy fantasy books, especially about cute animals, but this was a tough read for me. The story was bare bones, and definitely needed to be fleshed out a lot more. The only parts that seemed to have some detail were the parts where mice were getting stabbed and beheaded. The battl [...]


    6. This book was alright. It did have it's supensful parts and there were some chapters I kinda liked but there was a bit too much blood n' guts description in the battle parts for me. This book also could have been edited a little bit better as well since there were a few typos here and there. I guess if the book had been terrible then I wouldn't have finished reading it so overall I probably would give this book 2.5 or 2.6 stars.


    7. A fun little fantasy adventure story. A little predictable at times but considering it's a children's book I think it was pretty decent. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series.



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