the shadow seer (part 2)



the shadow seer (part 2) Candale has reached the mage training school of White Oaks, home to the Rose Prophecies, the oldest surviving account of the Shadow Seer There, in its ancient pages, he finally finds the proof that he needs to confirm that he is the foretold prophet of legend Soon after this Candale s gifts begin to awake and he has to struggle to maintain a semblance of a normal life as he deals with them, and the continued attacks from his mysterious enemy, the Order All the while living under the shadow of the painful future prophets in the past had foretold for him.This is only available in print It is included in the ebook version. New Download the shadow seer (part 2) [ by ] Fran Jacobs [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • the shadow seer (part 2)
  • Fran Jacobs
  • 26 November 2017
  • 1921636432

10 thoughts on “the shadow seer (part 2)

  1. Michael says:

    Part 1 of book 1 has given me a chance to read the promising start of a dark trilogy, filled with deadly secrets that left me turning the page and wanting for the next.

  2. Books says:

    Set in Carnia, a fictional medieval kingdom, The Shadow Seer tells the story or rather the beginning thereof of prince Candale who is prophesied to be the long awaited Shadow Seer The prince had been suffering from fits and seizures for years and now after recovering from an illness that almost killed him he is having vivid nightmares, seeing and hearing things and starting to have visions Together with his friend Teveriel and his female body guard, Trellany, he sets off to visit the Set in Carnia, a fictional medieval kingdom, The Shadow Seer tells the story or rather the beginning thereof of prince Candale who is prophesied to be the long awaited Shadow Seer The prince had been suffering from fits and seizures for years and now after recovering f...

  3. Katie Blythe says:

    This story was given to me by the author for an honest review This is a very enjoyable fantasy read Set it the fictional world of Carnia there is a kingdom ruled by King Sorron, and his family His son prince Gerian, Gerian s wife Silnia, and their children Candale and Aylara The story starts out with Candale being literally on his death bed He s been sick for many months and his family has finally sought help from the last person they want, a witch named Mayrila Mayrila saves Candale This story was given to me by the author for an honest review This is a very enjoyable fantasy read Set it the fictional world of Carnia there is a kingdom ruled by King Sorron, and his family His son prince Gerian, Gerian s wife Silnia, and their children Candale and Aylara The story starts out with Candale being literally on his death bed He s been sick for many months and his family has finally sought help from the last person they want, a witch named Mayrila Mayrila saves Candale and he and his family try to get back to where they were before with his schooling and building up back some muscle One day Candale hears Gerian, Sorron and Mayrila arguing in the next room and learns so...

  4. Tristan says:

    Read 52 challenge number 9 asked that read a book by a female author and so I selected this book, which has been in my to read for several months, and firstly I just wanna say how annoyed I am with myself for not reading it sooner It s a testament to modern fantasy writing and to prose writing in general.Fran Jacobs has a tremendous talented for descriptive text, indeed the first collective of chapters are by far some of the best I have ever seen All five senses are exercised by the character Read 52 challenge number 9 asked that read a book by a female author and so I selected this book, which has been in my to read for several months, and ...

  5. Joanne Hall says:

    The Shadow Seer is a hefty book, split George RR Martin style over two slimmer volumes I reviewed Part One on Making Things Up For A Living a few months ago, and now, with the second book imminent, I m reviewing the second part of the first book are you keeping up at the back The second volume opens where the first one ended, with troubled Prince Candale s arrival at the mysterious, crumbling mage school of White Oaks, a haven for persecuted magic users and young princes fleeing their des The Shadow Seer is a hefty book, split George RR Martin style over two slimmer volumes I reviewed Part One on Making Things Up For A Living a few months ago, and now, with the second book imminent, I m reviewing the second part of the first book are you keeping up at the back The second volume opens where the first one ended, with troubled Prince Candale s arrival at the mysterious, crumbling mage school of White Oaks, a haven for persecuted magic users and young princes fleeing their destiny There he delves into the intricacies of the Rose Prophecies, determined to uncover the truth behind his burgeoning gifts, and his fate as the demon Ellenessia s prophet, the legendary Shadow Seer.Candale has grown in confidence in this second volume, perhaps a mark of Jacobs own increasing confidence as a writer But he is still an innoce...

  6. Derek White says:

    A Copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review The adventure takes place in Carnia, and imaginary world where you quickly learn to accept magic, mages and witches as normal.The story opens with Candale, nearly eighteen and a Royal Prince of the realm desperately ill, and having proved impossible to be cured by healers You quickly realise that he is the odd one out in the family and feel sorry for him You soon learn that his mother is not the Queen, but May A Copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review The adventure takes place in Carnia, and imaginary world where you quickly learn to accept magic, mages and witches as normal.The story opens with Candale, nearly e...

  7. Franz McLaren says:

    Most first fantasy novels are fairly predictable The protagonist is either a good guy or a rogue forced into playing the good guy This novel is a pleasant surprise Candale is a bit of a spoiled brat with unpredictable, and usually self centered, moods that seem to work against him most of the time This dubious hero is forced by prophesy into a role he is ill equipped to serve I found myself fascinated by his plight, his need for the support he constantly rejects, and his drive to find out w Most first fantasy novels are fairly predictable The protagonist is either a good guy or a rogue forced into playing the good guy This novel is a pleasant surprise Candale is a bit of a spoiled brat with unpredictable, and usually self centered, moods that seem to work against him most of the time This dubious hero is forced by prophesy into a role he is ill equipped to serve I found myself fascinated by his plight, his need for the support he constantly rejects, and his drive to find out ...

  8. Sandy says:

    I loved the book, otherwise I would not have published it

  9. Amanda-Lee (StoryWings) says:

    The Shadow Seer was an extremely interesting read, but it was a little slow in its movement.Candale is a prince with a secret he is having prophecies, hearing voices, and seeing people that aren t there The Shadow Seer starts with Candale being gravely ill and close to death All we hear are snippets of conversation between his relatives, arguments between his father and grandfather about how to best help him.His grandfather sends for a woman named Mayrila, a conniving, gold digging witch, who The Shadow Seer was an extremely interesting read, but it was a little slow in its movement.Candale is a prince with a secret he is having prophecies, hearing voices, and seeing people that aren t there The Shadow Seer starts with Candale being gravely ill and close to death All we hear are snippets of conversation between his relatives, arguments between his father and grandfather about how to bes...

  10. Steven says:

    Prince Candale is ill He has been deathly ill for some time and the fear is that he will soon die Candale himself is barely able to comprehend anything around him Those who come to see him are whispered phantoms of people he thinks he knows Can anyone save him Sorron, King of Carnia, and Candale s grandfather, knows that there is only one person who can save his grandson from death s grim reaper But Sorron s also knows that by doing so, other things may come to light that...

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