The Sword of Feimhin: The Three Powers Book 3 - The Three Powers Quartet (Paperback)Frank P. Ryan (author)
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Four young men and women fell into the magical land of Tir through a mysterious portal in Ireland - and now the fate of two worlds lies on their shoulders in this 'enthralling' (LA Times) and 'fast-paced, action-packed and truly fantastical journey' (Fantasy Book Review)
The Tyrant has control of the artefact known as the Fail, and as he strengthena his hold on the forces of dark magic, he now threatens Earth as well as Tir.
In a violently dystopian London, Mark has joined forced with Nantosueta to search for the Sword of Feimhin, while on Tir, Alan has mustered a Shee army and is intent taking the fight to the Tyrant - but obstacles obstruct his path at every turn. And Kate, now in the in-between world of Dromenon, finds herself entering the Land of the Dead . . .
Day by day and hour by hour, the looming threat grows.
'Ryan's grand epic style . . . Passionate and dedicated fantasy fans will find a rich, immersive world and carefully handled characters' Booklist
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 430 g
Dimensions: 199 x 130 x 29 mm
Enthralling. Not many books have this cosmic ability * Los Angeles Times on The Three Powers Quartet *
Ryan's grand epic style . . . Passionate and dedicated fantasy fans will find a rich, immersive world and carefully handled characters * Booklist *
Strong points include ambitious world-building and a sweeping scope, steeped in Celtic atmosphere and drawing from Irish myth and legend * Publishers Weekly on The Snowmelt River *
Undoubtedly the best fantasy novel I've ever read. From the front cover through to the back, Frank P. Ryan has created an epic adventure that just does not stop!This book is a powerful, outstanding book, a must-read for Fantasy Lovers * Glenda A. Bixler, Authorsden *
Sprawling and imaginative . . . It succeeds in its magnificent portrayal of the various strange wonders and horrors that await the young adventurers in Tir * Kidsread *
It's cleverly crafted, wonderfully woven and all round really does give you something special * Falcata Times *
It succeeds in its magnificent portrayal of the various strange wonders and horrors that await the young adventurers in Tir * Teen Reads *