Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Book Review--Curse of the Elfs

Curse of the Elfs by Anna del C. Dye. This book grabbed my attention in the beginning. The world of the elves was set up very well and I enjoyed getting to see that side of them. I felt a connection with the characters throughout. The storyline took turns I didn't expect. It is a clean read that any fantasy lover would enjoy.


Ancient legend tells of elfs crossing paths with a dying wizard named Zoltan. The Old Sorcerer’s unrepentant deeds had caused the wizarding school to chastise him severely. On his deathbed Zoltan asked the elfs for help. Losing patience in his delirium, he cursed them. Now, the immortal elfin race is slowly, but surely dying. Their only hope lies in a servant of kings who must learn to love the elfs before he will attempt to save them. But no one, elf or mankind, has ever heard of this man. Can the healer be found before their race is gone forever?
Inspired by Tolkien’s masterpiece, Anna del C. has created a brilliant medieval tale. Curse of the Elfs is full of high adventure, romance and battles that will leave you awed from beginning to end.

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