The Changeling King (Trollking Saga, #1)
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The Changeling King (Trollking Saga, #1)

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At the height of the Age of the Alvor a changeling was born into the noblest of houses. Deformed and doomed to insanity, he was abandoned in the mountains. Fifteen years later, he rode out at the head of terrible army to destroy the empire of the Alvor. Now, torn by a hundred years of war, the land of Kryllon lies under the shadow of the Trollking and the people look to th...more
Kindle Edition, 2nd Edition, 258 pages
Published February 23rd 2012 by Seven Earths Publication (first published June 15th 2011)
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Noor Jahangir
Jun 23, 2011 Noor Jahangir rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, crossover
I wrote this book so maybe this isn't the wisest thing to do. I mean, can an author give a balanced and objective review of their own work? There are times when you hate your work and at the same time, you are the one that bought the damn thing into the world. Whatever its worth, here is my honest and objective(ish) review of the Changeling King.
The story follows the adventures of six teens and told from the perspectives of three of them, but also from the POVs of other characters too. It starts...more
This was really good. I like the littler boy, Adam? and how he didn't want to go, but he was forced, and how shy he is. Only getting to Chapter 5, I can't give an acurate review, but It was amazing.:)

Keep Writing, Noor
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The Changeling King is the kind of old school YA fantasy you grew up with. The kind of story that made you pick up books in the first place.
The storytelling is fast-paced from the outset, the characters and settings believable. The numerous POVs are handled well, and the writing is tight and to the point.
TCK is a solid debut novel and well worth a read. I recommend this book to anyone, especially all you Tweens and Teens out there. Five Stars.
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Noor A Jahangir was born and raised in Lancashire, England. He grew up in a town very much like Affrington. At the age of seven his teacher read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to his class and he knew then that he wanted to be a writer. Most of his teen years were spent in an Islamic boarding school for boys, set in the Pennine Moors, overlooked by Peel Tower, where he penned the first draft...more
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