The Sword of Oblivion – Book 3 – “It’s War” – Fantasy book for Children, and Young Adults fantasy book

The Sword of Oblivion just keeps on delivering especially in book 3, the final fantasy book in the trilogy. Which has yet again proven to be one of the best and top books for children and young adults. Children and young adult fantasy book lovers are snapping up their copies to see how the story ends and they will not be disappointed; as this great fantasy trilogy book draws to an end.

BLURB:

Now that Rathall the traitorous sorcerer and the warlord Strangaurd have stolen The Sword of Oblivion from the dwarfs, they’re preparing the takeover of Gryphon Island and every race upon it.

But the sword wasn’t the only thing to be stolen; so was Sacul, who is now a prisoner within castle Attin. But all is not lost, as Torms heads out with a small group to recuse him. Leaving Tennant in charge, who now has the pleasure of telling king Crackzull the sword is missing. Which isn’t easy when he’s just turned up to the makeshift fort with what looks like the entire dwarfen race.

King Crackzull has even emptied the prison cells of the most despicable dwarfs imaginable that go by the name of ‘The Band of undesirables.’ Much to the horror of Tenants, as he was the one who had put them away in the first place.

The third and final book in this excellent children’s fantasy book series is when everything comes to a head and just like the titles says “It’s War” but is it really what the inhabitants of Gryphon Island really want?

Not taking into account the Dwarfs they would go to war just about over anything. If it’s one thing a dwarf likes and that’s a good old fashioned punch up and if that said dwarf just happens to have an axe in his hand at the time and standing in the middle of a battlefield; then that’s a bonus. Also in this third and final instalment, you get to meet “The Band of undesirable” something that all lovers of fantasy books will love. They’re ruthless and that’s putting it mildly there isn’t anything or anyone they wouldn’t take on or take care of. That is until they come across Nakie and then they soon realise that they still have a lot to learn when it comes to installing pain on a victim as he gives them a live demonstration on a very unsuspecting and unlucky warrior.

Inevitable one thing leads to another thing and as each and every race descends upon the battlefield; with each and every one of them with a different agenda, it does only lead to one thing and one thing only its time for WAR.

This book has been hailed as a breath of fresh air within the fantasy world. Adult fantasy book lovers are starting to love the book as well and have started to realise its just not a children’s fantasy book or a young adult fantasy book, but just a brilliant book.

So then will there be more to come is the answer everyone wants to know? well then, you’re going to have to just wait and see…

The Sword of Oblivion – Book 1 – “Could it be?” – Top 10 best selling Children’s / young adult Fantasy book.

The Sword of Oblivion is a best-selling children’s and teenagers fantasy book. But once the adults start reading it, I will guarantee they will not put the book down, as it will have anyone who reads it laughing out loud from start to finish. Book 1 is called “Could it be” the story centers around Torms and his fellow dwarfs. 

Below is the Blurb form the first book “Could it be”.

BLURB:

Torms and his fellow dwarfs find the location of a long-forgotten mineral called Amberinth, which is believed to be the ancient mineral of the Gods. At this discovery, they set off to Ironclad, the Dwarfen Kingdom, to seek an audience with the king and to ask for a royal mining party. 

 But they soon hit a few setbacks along the way, mainly in the form of Tennant; a very annoying, skinny dwarfen advisor who obsessively lives his life by the legendary book: ‘101 Golden Rules on How to Stay Alive as an Advisor.’

 So, with only a hand full of The Blood Born Guards, a royal mining party, two personal bodyguards the size of a small-mountain; Bash’m, and Beat’m, the advisor and an old philosopher who makes the best omelettes in the kingdom they begin their expedition. 

They think they’re the only ones that know about it, maybe they should think again…

The book when released was in the top 10 children’s books on Amazon, iBook, eBooks and kindle; it also appears under teenager fantasy books and young adult books. 

The map of Gryphon islands shows you the different realms and races upon the island; you have Ironclad the Dwarfen Kingdom set within the mountain range of the Ferral Mountains. Then there’s The Great Tree within the Emerald forest which is the elven Kingdom lies then you have The Dark Fortress with its six towers for its six Masters sat upon The Island of Black Rock. You also have four Warlords that live within the four provinces. 

The children’s fantasy book has it all sorcerers, dwarfs, elves, warlords; there’s even a mountain troll dog called Gypsy. As you work your way through the fantasy book, you will start to relate to some of the characters within. Be it Nakie who fights like a wild animal and eats like one too, to Tennant, the dwarfen advisor to the King, who has to have everything in order and just the way he likes it. There’s even an omelettemaking philosopher who has many a wise for Torms, who is finding it isn’t easy being in charge. 

However, Bash’m, and Beat’m Torms personally assigned bodyguards have to be my favorites. The children’s book and teenagers fantasy book, covers every humorous topic imageable, and that’s why it stayed at the top 10 ten children’s books on Amazon. 

The only way to describe this book is if you like Terry Pratchett or Harry Potter then you will love this book. If you could combine the Witt of Terry Pratchett and magic of Harry Potter into one fantasy book, then this would be the fantasy book you were left with.