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Fantasy
Author: Niel Hancock
ISBN: 0446310972
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Pages 253 pages
Publisher Warner Books; First Edition edition (1982)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 562
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eBook Circle of Light - 3, Calix Stay download

by Niel Hancock


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Calix Stay - Niel Hancock. Anything that pleases him takes his mind off keeping us out on these endless patrols. There’s nothing left to guard but soot and ashes, anyhow. The first man, lighter and younger than his companion, jerked roughly on the leash that held Bear. As for me, I’d let those halfmen have it, said Gymir.

The Circle of Light (Volume 3). Niel Hancock. Their only hope of reaching safety is a desperate race to the Calix Stay. But can they cross its rushing waters in time?

The Circle of Light (Volume 3). But can they cross its rushing waters in time? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. Connect with the author.

Calix Stay (Circle of Light, Book 3). Each character is carefully crafted, and the story is pure Hancock. Faragon Fairingay (Circle of Light, Book 2). I think the Circle of Light series is easier for young readers to follow (and the relatively small volumes are certainly far less intimidating than some larger series) because there is little deviation from the main story line, but the story is rich in detail, teaches valuable lessons about friendship, loyalty, bravery, and the classic battle of good vs. evil without being "preachy".

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Part of the Circle of Light ( Series and Atlanton Earth Series).

Niel Hancock (January 8, 1941 – May 7, 2011) was an American fantasy writer most famous for authoring the Circle of Light series and creating the fictional universe of tlanton Earth. After being out of print for several years, his novels were reprinted by Tor Books. Hancock's fantasy books are grouped into three sets of four books each. A stand-alone novel, Dragon Winter, is set in the same fictional universe, but not explicitly part of the larger storyline.

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Ballazan
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Friert
This book was such a great read after I picked it up from a local used bookstore. The transition from Calix Stay's prequel ("Faragon Fairingay") was really smooth and kept the storyline fresh. The main heroes are still the famous trio of the Bear, Dwarf, and Otter, who are trying to cross the river called Calix Stay, for safety. They must guard an important relic with their lives from the destructive minions of the Dark Queen, Dorini, and the only way they can do that is reach the Meadows of the Sun across the Calix Stay. On their way they are hindered by enemies and eventually wind up in an ancient underground realm where they'll find both, allies and enemies that will determine the success of the trio in their endeavors to protect the fate of Atlanton Earth from the Dark Queen. I loved this book, and it was a really easy read (as a matter of fact, it was the shortest book in the series.) I love the cover art as much as the story inside. Though this book has it's really depressing moments, I have faith that Bear, Dwarf, and Otter will some way find a way to win out against the vile Dark Queen... And that we shall find out in the fourth and final book of the series, "Squaring the Circle".
VizoRRR
This entire series is an enormous rip-off of The Lord of the Rings. Worse, perhaps, than The Sword of Shannara. At least the latter was a bit more exciting and adventurous.
Nnulam
Volume Three takes the heroes through capture and tragic escape, to a meeting with new friends and a mystical journey underground. Keeps up the pace and holds interest.