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The Gravelands of Fate (Little Orphan Anvil Trilogy #3)

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In this final installment to the tale of magic and metal, the fate of the robots will be decided across the gravelands of a forgotten realm. From the haunted wilds of the icy, dark north, two mysterious "others" have surfaced to claim the witch's soul as their own - and to lay to rest the heretics of their dark magic. But as fate would have it, the little orphaned robot, A ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published June 22nd 2012
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Wanda Hartzenberg
Oct 09, 2012 Wanda Hartzenberg rated it it was amazing
The Gravelands of Fate book three by Joseph Beekman.
Tabetha and her friends are growing up but Evil does not rest, again they are drawn into a world where they are expected to fight against evil and offer what they love at times for the good of the masses.
This is my favorite book in this trilogy thus far. I loved the action packed story and hated the cave with the spiders in it. Anvil, alive again due to his own magic which is comprised of loyalty and love is by now a character I have come to a
Sep 16, 2012 Books rated it it was amazing
After the evil witch had been thoroughly buried at the end of the previous book, “Shades of Fate”, I thought that the good people of the land of Iron and Anvil would live in peace. Unfortunately such evil has a habit of popping up again and again. In “The Gravelands of Fate” the three teens, Tabitha, Jonathan and Haley, Tinspar the swamp dweller, Aleria the spirit sorceress, and old Will must set out again to undo the work of two other witches and ultimately that of the once again risen evil wit ...more
Heather Alexander
Oct 02, 2012 Heather Alexander rated it really liked it
I was given this book in return for an honest review. With the evil witch finally dead and gone, everyone settles in to live a peaceful life and the Land of Iron and Anvil is finally safe. Or is it? This time our beloved friends from the previous books will have to battle it out with 2 more evil witches. Tabatha, Jonathan, Haley, Trinspar,Aleria, Will, Sonny and Kelsey return in this book yet again along with Little Orphan Anvil, the robot droid. The will have to travel and battle their way thro ...more
Wendy Steele
May 13, 2013 Wendy Steele rated it it was amazing
I was offered the complete trilogy to read for an honest review and I'm so glad I had all three books together as the writiing and storytelling just got better and better!
In the first book we meet Will and his cat Stella. Will's offer of help to an old woman running an orphange is declined, condemning the orphans to a life of servitude. A few weeks later, Sonny and his dog Ranger find a metal object stuck in the mud in the woods and the robot, Anvil, leads them to Will and together they embark o
Oct 04, 2012 Heidi rated it it was amazing
I received this book from the author for an honest review.

A fantastic climax to a wonderful set of books!

With the return of the Evil Witch Lady's Spirit and her sleep spell, Tabitha, Will, Jonathon, Haley, Tinspar, Aleeria and of course Anvil come together in this last epic tale to rid the realms of her evil spirit once and for all! Battling spiders, man eating spirits, lighting bolts and the bitter cold the group is tested more than ever before. The journey to the Northern wilds is one that th
Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages
Apr 27, 2013 Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: YA and Adults
Recommended to Jenny Bynum by: Joseph Beekman Author
10*s. I got a ecopy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.

Hot dog, I absolutely LOVED this book!!! It's my favorite one out of the whole series, well, except for the spiders. We could do without those. This is a magnificently well written and very fast paced story and it brings everything together from the first tow books. I still loved all the characters in the story and especially Anvil!!! I always cheer for Anvil!!! This is a MUST read series that will grip you and
Jennifer  Davis
May 28, 2013 Jennifer Davis rated it it was amazing
I was given an e-copy in exchange for my personal review.

This is the final installment to the Little Orphan Anvil Trilogy. After peace has been restored to the realm, everything seems to be falling back into place. That is until Evil comes lurking around, conjuring up the soul of the Witch Lady. There is Evil a brewing, and the gang must venture out on one last mission, to rid the world of this evil monster. This will be their most challenging journey yet. Lucky for them, they have a little mag
Bex 'n' Books
Dec 13, 2012 Bex 'n' Books rated it it was amazing
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Review written by Kati exclusively for Bex 'n' Books.

Book Three, The Gravelands of Fate, picks up right where book two ends! It is a great climatic finish to this trilogy! As with the other two books, none of them have a dull moment! It is action from word one! It takes sci-fi and fantasy to a new level and is creative in the way the story is told from book one to book three!

A Fantastic piece of writing!

I am in love with these three books and will read them again and again! 5 exceptional sci-f
Christine bonner
Jul 29, 2012 Christine bonner rated it it was amazing
his is the 3rd book about Little Orphan Anvil

You have the 3 children Tabitha, Jonathon and Haley along with Sonny,Kelsey, Old Will,Tinspar and the good witch Aleeria, along with a few ghost from the other 2 books

The evil witch Spirit has been waken again with her sleeping spell, to do as much damage to the Land of Iron and Anvil and the the other lands.

You are taken a trip though the lands so there get the help there need to get rid of the Evil Witch

I am sure all readers young and old will love
Christoph Fischer
Jan 27, 2013 Christoph Fischer rated it it was amazing
"The Gravelands of Fate" by Joseph Beekman is the third of the Little Orphan Anvil series and it does not disappoint.In this instalment Beekman ups his game by bringing in new forces of the supernatural to challenge the robots in the grave lands of the forgotten realm. This is great fun and a well constructed modern or futuristic fairy tale that reads like a children's adventure but works for the fantasy loving adult, too.
Sep 16, 2012 Lauren rated it it was amazing
I was gifted a copy of this book by the author. Another great tale of finding and dealing with the ghost of the evil witch. Great story for young readers!
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An author with a degree in fine arts, Joseph writes books and screenplays, and is an avid supporter of animal rescue and protection. He is a follower of science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, horror, history, and mythology. Books published include: "A TAIL SPUN" - a post-apocalyptic, war fantasy novella; "THE DRIFTING VOID" - a new paranormal, sci-fi short story series; and The Complete Trilogy of ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Little Orphan Anvil Trilogy (4 books)
  • Little Orphan Anvil (Little Orphan Anvil, #1)
  • The Shades of Fate (Little Orphan Anvil, #2)
  • Little Orphan Avil: The Complete Trilogy

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