Lycentia: Harrak's Scrolls (2020)

Lycentia Harrak s Scrolls Lycentia the City of Light the city where finance friendship and faith are being blended together to produce what could be a fabulous future for all Betrovians Patrik the recalcitrant innkeeper and
  • Title: Lycentia: Harrak's Scrolls
  • Author: DaveKing
  • ISBN: 9781479109296
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lycentia the City of Light the city where finance, friendship and faith are being blended together to produce what could be a fabulous future for all Betrovians.Patrik, the recalcitrant innkeeper and Galena, his younger daughter, load up the wagon, lock up The Lonely Fox Inn and head east for Lycentia The goal To hand deliver Harrak s scrolls, the ones Patrik discoLycentia the City of Light the city where finance, friendship and faith are being blended together to produce what could be a fabulous future for all Betrovians.Patrik, the recalcitrant innkeeper and Galena, his younger daughter, load up the wagon, lock up The Lonely Fox Inn and head east for Lycentia The goal To hand deliver Harrak s scrolls, the ones Patrik discovered in a musty cave, to Oliver III, the Netherene High Priest The problem The scrolls are not what Patrik thinks they are But how, if at all, can Patrik discover the truth before it s too late Who was this Harrak, the supposed author of these infamous scrolls And why are the Lycentian Netherenes striving to eradicate Harrak s writings Even to the point of killing those who express faith in those writings Teophelus, the neophyte priest, is in love with both his calling and Patrik s daughter Galena so just what are his motives for helping Patrik understand the true meanings hidden within those scrolls Edelin, the conniving, self serving but lonely thief, nearly becomes entangled in a skirmish between Betrovian militiamen and Haarigoian raiders He manages to elude the carnage and finds refuge in a village on the edge of the untamed Plains of Dreut But not long after arriving there, he disappears into the night after stealing what may be the most valuable piece of jewelry he has ever possessed But might this bauble he now possesses lead Edelin into a future that no one would ever wish for Tamara is no longer the elder daughter of an innkeeper she is now the wife of the King of Betrovia She has the entire city of Lycentia at her beck and call But why isn t she happy Isn t this what she has always dreamed of What, if anything, can bring her the happiness she desperately desires Lycentia Harrak s Scrolls book two of The Land of Betrovia trilogy
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    One Reply to “Lycentia: Harrak's Scrolls”

    1. A worthy sequel to an excellent fantasy novel.Lycentia definitely moves a bit slower than the first book in the Betrovia series, and I can just imagine that there are some who would be bothered by this For my part, however, I found it very enjoyable In truth, some of the best books ever written move no faster I love the emphasis the author places on the religious background of his world This makes the motives and concerns of the people all the vivid, in my opinion.Dave King does an excellent jo [...]

    2. Lycentia is a sequal to Betrovia by Dave King In the book Patrik the main character is trying to deliver some old scrolls that he found to the High Priest of Lycentia, Oliver III Many things happen during his quest to deliver the scrolls, and none of it got in his way from delivering them Although it was really slow at first, it gets really good towaards the middle of the book I recomend it to anyone who read the fist book and loves fantasy.

    3. I enjoyed book one, Betrovia, and Lycentia is even better Here you begin to get a much clearer understanding of the mysterious scrolls and of the risks to the scroll bearers This volume contains action in the adventure and certainly leaves you with an anticipation of how volume three will be presented Very glad I read Lycentia and looking forward to book three next spring.

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