The Heirs of Eldon
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The Heirs of Eldon (World of Samar #2)

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Tav and Tash might have been born twins, but they both want something different from life. Tav would love to study with the great scholars in Voltarian, while Tash wants to follow in his father’s footsteps, becoming a hero. Neither is prepared for what fate has in store for them.

With Loden once more facing war, an upstart king decides he has the answer. Unite the seven pro...more
Kindle Edition, 670 pages
Published (first published July 2nd 2011)
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This is the sequel to Emerald, and follows the twin brothers Tav and Tash as they leave their home as fugitives, fleeing oppression and persecution, to find freedom and acceptance out in the world.

As with all good fantasy books, this encompasses races of people with strange tongues and ethnicity. Some will inspire and some will repulse, and that is how it should be.

I found the book steadily picks up pace, the action is impressive, the life threatening drama and twists do not disappoint, and by t...more
Loved it!!!! Once again, I would give this a 4.5 rating. The only thing keeping it from that elusive 5-star rating is the fact that I reserve those for books that move me deeply. Until chapter 8, I was sure this was going to be a 3-star read. However, at that point the author began to really draw me in. By chapter 10, I was beginning to feel emotionally attached to the characters. I will say that at one point, late in the book, I thought I was going to have to shoot an Orahim dart at the author....more
Steven Burke
The character development in this book is amazing. The level of description is amazing, though sometimes it does slow the flow of the moment. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the next book!
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ML Hamilton has been teaching high school English and journalism in Central California for the last 19 years.

Teaching students to appreciate literature has made her career rewarding; however, she always dreamed of publishing her own novel.

In 2010, the dream came true. Her first novel, Emerald, was published by Wild Wolf Publishing. The sequel to Emerald, The Heirs of Eldon, followed the next year...more
More about M.L. Hamilton...
Ravensong Emerald (World of Samar, #1) Murder on Potrero Hill (A Peyton Brooks' Mystery, #1) Murder in the Presidio (A Peyton Brooks' Mystery, #6) Murder in Chinatown (A Peyton Brooks' Mystery, #5)

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