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The Realms Thereunder

The Realms Thereunder

By Ross Lawhead
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.61 Stars

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On 6/17 Kelli Guilbeau wrote: I was very excited about this one. Unfortunately, I was a little disappointed. Don't get me wrong it was a good book. The problem with the book is that it gets confusing at times. The way that Ross Lawhead deals with time and chapter development needs a little more work to keep the reader from getting ... A Little Confusing

Kelli's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/29 Frank Peters wrote: “The Realms Thereunder” is the first book in a fantasy trilogy by Ross Lawhead. Ross comes from an interesting background being the oldest son of Stephen Lawhead, who is a science fiction / fantasy author and also a Christian. Based on this novel Ross has following in the footsteps of his dad, and ... Looking forward to reading the next one

Frank's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/13 Karen Jarman wrote: I chose to review this book from Booksneeze.com. All opinions contained in this review are my own. I was not required to write a positive review. The book was provided by Booksneeze.com in exchange for a review. Book Description (as provided by Booksneeze.com) Uncover a land that has been hidden ... Book Review: The Realms Thereunder by Ross Lawhead

Karen's Rating:

1 Stars

On 12/23 Stardreamer wrote: Ross Lawhead definitely takes after his father, no question. He is a good writer, and his prose are well placed, and engaging. He certainly has many good ideas and knows how to put interesting details into his stories that help flesh out characters, places and scenes. And I do like his style of writing... ... Scattered but interesting

Stardreamer's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/14 beneames wrote: What if there were ancient British knights sleeping beneath London, enchanted so as to wake up in the last days? A question I often ask myself. Or at least, it's a great idea for a fiction book series, which is what The Realms Thereunder heralds. It's the first in the Ancient Earth series, by Ross Lawhead. ... Review: The Realms Thereunder

beneames' Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/1 majetn wrote: The main character is Daniel Tully, a homeless Oxford man haunted by evil spirits and wraithlike creatures. Years ago he and a girl named Freya Reynolds had a fantastic adventure that neither of them are convinced actually happened. But now that the creatures that they once defeated are returning, Daniel ... Distracting Writing Style

majetn's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/21 Katrina Roets wrote: I received this book around the same time that I received the book in the previous review. Sadly, life got in the way and this really great book got set aside and forgotten..until now!"Ancient legend tells of an army of knights that will remain sleeping until the last days.The knights are waking up.A ... Book Review: The Realms Thereunder

Katrina's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/6 Shawn Kirkham wrote: Freya Reynolds and Daniel Tully, 13 years of age, came up missing from a school trip. Daniel lives on the streets and Freya lives in archways. After 8 years they are still enraged by the world they were in where they were in th underground on a quest filled with knights, and other creatures on a quest. ... The Realms Therunder

Shawn's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/12 Sojourner wrote: In The Realms Thereunder Ross Lawhead weaves a fascinating tale of knights and valor, myth and mythology, black and white and shades of gray. Follow main characters, Daniel and Freya, as they live an adventure and recount their tale of a journey begun, but not yet ended. Eight years ago Daniel and Freya ... Book 1 - Ancient Earth Trilogy

Sojourner's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/13 Zenichka wrote: You know how sometimes you get a few books at the same time and you’re not in the mood to read one of them? That was me – I confess. When I got The Realms Thereunder, I read the first page and it didn’t click. To be honest – I am not sure what was wrong with me at that moment. When ... [Book Review: THE REALMS THEREUNDER by Ross Lawhead]

Zenichka's Rating:

5 Stars