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Eagle-Sage (Lon Tobyn Chronicle #3)

3.85  ·  Rating Details ·  577 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
This title is part of a series of nine plays for children aged seven to nine. It is intended for guided reading sessions and is in line with literacy guidance. Each play in the series provides: easy-to-read text; colour-coded character parts for easy recognition; stage directions to introduce children to the features of play scripts; illustrations that help to bring the pl ...more
Paperback, 626 pages
Published March 15th 2001 by Tor Books (first published 2000)
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Jul 10, 2009 Joshua Palmatier rated it really liked it
I just finished this book last night and after reading the entire series I'm wondering why it took me so long to pick up these books and try them. I know I saw them on the shelf numerous times and almost bought them. But now that I've read them, I'm kicking myself. I should have started reading David B. Coe earlier. But at least he's got a bunch of books out now, so I have something to read next (rather than waiting impatiently for the next book to come out). *grin*

This is a good series and the
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Dec 13, 2010 Melissa rated it it was ok
Although I enjoyed the continuing story of characters I came to like in Children of Amarid and The Outlanders, this book was a bit annoying. The constant fighting left me frustrated; there was just too much of it. The plot could have been advanced with far less drawn out conversational conflict.
Loved this book almost as much as I loved it's predecessors. That being said I'd have loved to know what happened to Orris and Melyor as Orris is a favorite of mine. The ending is fantastic and I feel as though Coe could have gone on with this series, but I understand why he ended where he did.
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Feb 16, 2014 Bryan Schmidt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
First act pacing was a bit funky and drawn out, but once the story got going, I couldn't put it down. Very compelling finish to a really unique and well written fantasy series.
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This was an ok book, but I did not feel as though it deserved a mere 2 stars. Coe did a good job of wrapping up the series, I believe, and this was interesting at parts. Overall, though, it was kind of boring, at least for me. A few hundred pages in I started to pick up my pace of reading and got a bit more interested as the plot escaleted and thickened, but I suspect that that was in part due to me becoming super hyped after getting some good books on Black Friday that I am very excited to read ...more
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David B. Coe is an author of fantasy novels and short stories. He lives with his wife, Nancy Berner, and their two daughters on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee.
He has begun writing a new historical fantasy series under the pen name D.B. Jackson. The first one is titled Thieftaker, published in 2012.
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Lon Tobyn Chronicle (3 books)
  • Children of Amarid (Lon Tobyn Chronicle #1)
  • The Outlanders (Lon Tobyn Chronicle, #2)

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