The Exile

The Exile In a world where each person is born with a magic ability the island of Denall is on the verge of an attack from a power hungry sorcerer Mordyar as he scours the world in search of the Stones of Po

  • Title: The Exile
  • Author: ERC
  • ISBN: 9781939985149
  • Page: 478
  • Format: ebook
  • In a world where each person is born with a magic ability, the island of Denall is on the verge of an attack from a power hungry sorcerer, Mordyar, as he scours the world in search of the Stones of Power While the stones are gathering and their power begins to be revealed, four boys leave their village on a rite of passage into adulthood and are swept into an adventure thIn a world where each person is born with a magic ability, the island of Denall is on the verge of an attack from a power hungry sorcerer, Mordyar, as he scours the world in search of the Stones of Power While the stones are gathering and their power begins to be revealed, four boys leave their village on a rite of passage into adulthood and are swept into an adventure that will make men and heroes of them, if they can survive.Four boys an outdated traditionA wanted thief an exiled heirTimeless prophecy bound by fateEntwined by destiny to change a worldor die trying

    • [PDF] Download ↠ The Exile | by ☆ ERC
      478 ERC
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ↠ The Exile | by ☆ ERC
      Posted by:ERC
      Published :2019-04-20T00:26:47+00:00

    About "ERC"

    1. ERC

      ERC Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Exile book, this is one of the most wanted ERC author readers around the world.

    999 thoughts on “The Exile”

    1. This tale reminds me of Robert Jordan's, WHEEL OF TIME series. Especially the troupe of characters whose journey we get to witness. It has that high fantasy, epic feel, yet it also has a number of original twists and turns along the way. The 3rd person omniscient is usually a tough one for me. When a book is written this way, especially changing to different character's heads within the same chapter, I am usually unable to become attached to the characters and their tale. Buffington does an exce [...]


    2. Really enjoyed reading it. It was one of those stories that made you want to keep reading to see how it unfolded. There were times in the story where you really felt the emotion in what was happening. I'm looking forward to book two.


    3. The Exile by Eric Buffington is the first book in what promises to be a brilliant epic fantasy series. Openig with the ancient and evil Sorcerer Mordyar surveying his lands and his minions, plotting world domination - as every evil villain should. Before he can bring his plans to fruition, he must locate the Stones of Power which he has spent centuries searching for.The Exile itself is an annual tradition within the small village of Dungan which pays homage to the settlement’s original founder [...]


    4. (I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).I found this book to be a really easy read with interesting, well-rounded characters. I got pulled into the world fairly easily - and I have to say, I thought that the magic abilities and the different levels worked pretty well.I did get a bit confused with all of the different POV characters. The different storylines did make sense as they came together, but I wasn't sure what to th [...]


    5. This review can also be found hereI'm generally not a huge fan of fantasy but I really want to try to read more of the genre. I was definitely surprised by the amount of enjoyment I had reading this book. I ended up getting absorbed in the story and rooting for the characters to pull through. And there was enough action to keep me turning the pages quickly to find out what would happen next.The whole idea of these boys having to leave their village at 18 for a whole year to become men was intere [...]


    6. This book was given to my by the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influenced my review. I really loved this book. It is full of action and amazing fantasy elements. The touch of romance that was included was perfect!My favorite part was the writing style. Eric Buffington used the perfect amount of description. I felt like I was in the story, but I was not bogged down by details. I was so engrossed in the story that I wanted to read it in all of my free time and I easily lo [...]


    7. Book Review:By: Brittany Perez (@Oh My Bookness)Date: June 6, 2014Who does not enjoy an original tale, especially one in the pre-teen to YA genre, it feels hard to find anymore because it almost feels you have read it before or seen it somewhere else. Eric Buffington has managed to create an original tale that is refreshing, woven through multiple points of views and fans of fantasy will more than enjoy and those just starting to get into the genre. The author took a unique approach that I feels [...]


    8. DNF - 0 starsWhere I stopped reading: 47.2% through the book (chapter 19) on my MoonReader appWhy I stopped reading: By the time I got to the end of the prologue I realized I’d be working around the writing to find the story, and I was okay with that. Not every great storyteller is a great writer, and not every great writer can tell a decent story. I kept with it because I think Buffington’s story has a lot of potential. I gave up because at the halfway point I found myself bogged down in se [...]


    9. When four young men begin their Exile--a village rite of manhood--they each have a plan and a vision for their futures. But nothing in life ever goes according to plan. One will become a Lord. One will fall in love. One will become a reluctant hero. One will be lost. And only one will return. In a YA adventurous fantasy full of magic, friendship, humor and hope, the author has found a way to take a tired troupe and make it fresh.A clean read suitable for pre-teens and up, this book has a classic [...]


    10. I really enjoyed this book. I can't wait for the next one to come out. It has a unique concept of people being born with a heightened ability. There is good character development and character growth throughout the book. There is a little bit of everything in this book: action, adventure, witty. The author's writing style reminds me a lot of John Flanagan (The Ranger's Apprentice). If you are looking for a lighthearted, clean, enjoyable read this is a great book to read. You will definitely be a [...]


    11. A high fantasy of epic proportions. The Exile is well-written and engaging, focusing on the journey of four young men. Interestingly, each character's point of view is shared, letting the reader soak up even more detail. The world building is well done and vast. Though I enjoyed the book, I feel that it is perfect for the 14 year old boy.


    12. At the heart of The Exile, a clean fantasy aimed at middle-school boys, is four boys coming of age and a community tradition. When Buffington focuses on the boys, I found myself drawn into his imagined world of Denall. Intertwined is a plot involving a corrupt magician named Lord Mordyar who is searching for the stones of power. Unfortunately, especially when it comes to the latter, The Exile has some outstanding stylistic flaws.The Exile contains two intriguing elements. First, there is the tra [...]


    13. i readed this and i liked it because it was good. it is about some friends who has to become mans by going away from there tribe and finding out that evil lord is trying to make a war.


    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *