Een Zoektocht Van Helden DE TOVERNAARSRING heeft alle ingredi nten voor direct succes samenzweringen intriges mysterie dappere ridders en opbloeiende relaties compleet met gebroken harten bedrog en verraad Het zal je ure

  • Title: Een Zoektocht Van Helden
  • Author: Morgan Rice
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  • DE TOVERNAARSRING heeft alle ingredi nten voor direct succes samenzweringen, intriges, mysterie, dappere ridders en opbloeiende relaties, compleet met gebroken harten, bedrog en verraad Het zal je urenlang boeien, en is geschikt voor alle leeftijden Aanbevolen voor de permanente collectie van alle liefhebbers van fantasy Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos De DE TOVERNAARSRING heeft alle ingredi nten voor direct succes samenzweringen, intriges, mysterie, dappere ridders en opbloeiende relaties, compleet met gebroken harten, bedrog en verraad Het zal je urenlang boeien, en is geschikt voor alle leeftijden Aanbevolen voor de permanente collectie van alle liefhebbers van fantasy Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos De 1 Bestseller, met meer dan 400 vijfsterren reviews op Van de 1 Bestverkopende auteur Morgan Rice komt nu het debuut van een ongelofelijke nieuwe fantasy serie EEN ZOEKTOCHT VAN HELDEN BOEK 1 IN DE TOVENAARSRING gaat over het epische verhaal rondom een speciale jongen, een veertienjarige uit een klein dorpje aan de rand van het Koninkrijk van de Ring De jongste van vier, de minst favoriete van zijn vader en gehaat door zijn broers Thorgrin voelt dat hij anders is dan de anderen Hij droomt ervan een geweldige krijger te worden, zich aan te sluiten bij de mannen van de Koning en de Ring te beschermen tegen de kwaadaardige wezens aan de andere kant van het Ravijn Wanneer hij door zijn vader wordt verboden om deel te nemen aan de try out voor de Krijgsmacht van de Koning, weigert hij om bij de pakken neer te gaan zitten hij gaat er in zijn eentje op uit, vastbesloten om het Koninklijk Hof te bereiken en serieus genomen te worden Maar in het Koninklijk Hof loeren vele familiedrama s, machtsstrijden, ambities, jaloezie, geweld en verraad Koning MacGil moet uit zijn kinderen een erfgenaam kiezen, en het eeuwenoude Zwaard van het Lot, de bron van al hun kracht, ligt nog steeds onaangeraakt, wachtend tot de uitverkorene arriveert Thorgrin is een buitenstaander en hij moet vechten om geaccepteerd te worden, en zich bij de Krijgsmacht aan te sluiten Thorgrin komt erachter dat hij mysterieuze krachten heeft die hij niet begrijpt, dat hij een gave heeft, en een bijzondere lotsbestemming Tegen alle verwachtingen in wordt hij verliefd op de dochter van de Koning, en terwijl hun verboden relatie opbloeit, ontdekt hij dat hij machtige rivalen heeft Terwijl hij worstelt met zijn nieuwe krachten, neemt de tovenaar van de Koning hem onder zijn hoede, en vertelt hij hem over een moeder die hij nooit heeft gekend, in een land ver weg, voorbij het Ravijn, voorbij het land van de Draken Voor Thorgrin op pad kan gaan en de krijger kan worden die hij wil zijn, moet hij zijn training volbrengen Maar die wordt plotseling onderbroken, en hij wordt meegesleept in Koninklijke samenzweringen die zijn liefde bedreigen en hem, en het gehele koninkrijk, willen vernietigen EEN ZOEKTOCHT VAN HELDEN vertelt het epische verhaal van vrienden en geliefden, rivalen en minnaars, ridders en draken, intriges en politieke samenzweringen, van volwassen worden, gebroken harten, bedrog, ambitie en verraad Het is een verhaal van eer en moed, van lotsbestemmingen, van tovenarij Het is een fantasie die ons meesleept in een wereld die we nooit zullen vergeten, en die alle leeftijden zal aanspreken Het bevat 82.000 woorden Boeken 2 12 van de serie zijn nu ook verkrijgbaar Had vanaf het begin mijn aandacht en liet die niet los Dit verhaal is een ongelofelijk avontuur in een hoog tempo, vanaf het begin vol actie Het wordt nooit saai Paranormal Romance Guild over Turned Boordevol actie, romantiek, avontuur en spanning Haal deze in huis en wordt opnieuw verliefd vampirebooksite over Turned Een geweldig plot, en dit is echt zo n boek dat je s avonds niet kan wegleggen Het einde was een cliffhanger die zo spectaculair was dat je onmiddellijk het volgende boek wil kopen, alleen om erachter te komen wat er gebeurd.

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    1. Morgan Rice

      Morgan Rice is the 1 bestselling and USA Today bestselling author of the epic fantasy series THE SORCERER S RING, comprising seventeen books of the 1 bestselling series THE VAMPIRE JOURNALS, comprising twelve books of the 1 bestselling series THE SURVIVAL TRILOGY, a post apocalyptic thriller comprising three books of the epic fantasy series KINGS AND SORCERERS, comprising six books of the epic fantasy series OF CROWNS AND GLORY, comprising 8 books and of the new epic fantasy series A THRONE FOR SISTERS Morgan s books are available in audio and print editions, and translations are available in over 25 languages.Morgan loves to hear from you, so please feel free to visit morganricebooks to join the email list, receive a free book, receive free giveaways, download the free app, get the latest exclusive news, connect on Facebook and Twitter, and stay in touch

    857 thoughts on “Een Zoektocht Van Helden”

    1. Morgan has published many books and apparently has fans who really like them. This one was a dud in almost every conceivable way. I can’t imagine what the good reviews were about. (The ones in front of the book were about vampires—but not a single vampire can be found in this disaster—so I’m suspecting a bit of dishonesty here). In the first sentence, you are aware that this happens on a planet with more than one sun; soon you discover it has two. What an original way to tell us the stor [...]


    2. To be honest I am just so happy to see that the community is a much better judge of good writing than amazon. It's mind-boggling how many good reviews this and Rice's other books have received there. The fact that these reviews are better written than the books themselves should tell you all you need to know.I've asked myself quite a few times throughout this series if it's worth putting up with the horrendous writing to satisfy my curiosity of the plot lines. The answer is a resounding NO, but [...]


    3. Does everyone in the kingdom do nothing but scream at each other? It seemed that every other word that came out of someone's mouth was screamed. *may contain spoilers*Thor seems a rather simple, clueless character who is so plagued with confusion that I occasionally found myself infected. When he wasn't confused and wondering why the other Trainees (the ones who were actually chosen and invited to join) hated and resented him (it makes no sense! it makes no sense!) for breaking and entering into [...]


    4. I don't understand why people are only giving this book 1 star. As a huge fantasy fiction reader, I found it to be well written. It may not be as complex as Tolkien or Jordan but that doesn't mean it's bad. I found the story interesting, characters likeable and well hated as well. I've read a lot of the reviews on this book and most people are saying its "too simple" or "too predictable". In the words of Hemingway "Do you really think big emotions come from big words?" As an aspiring writer, I g [...]


    5. Very few books moved me to action like this one. I wanted to find the author and let him or her know, that I did not want my money back, but that I was dreadfully sorry that my money in any way, shape, form, or fashion encouraged him/her to continue trying to be an author.In a hurry to download some books before going out to sea for a few weeks, I bought the first three books based on reviews, and at the top of the list. I downloaded them all, and with a very LOW standard (I've been reading what [...]


    6. 2/14/13 - If you have a nook these books are currently on sale for 2.99. I hope I like it, I bought the whole trilogy. :/ ----I'm on page 49 and I would like to formally protest the way this book is formated. Also, the last sentence I read was,"Slow down boy!" she screeched, as he raced passed her, stirring dust into her fire.raced passed. RACED PASSED. Also the lead characters name is Thor. I think there might have been a reason this book was 2.99. Perhaps I should change my custom of not readi [...]


    7. Please follow the link for my full review:bookrantorrave/blog/a-The blurb doesn’t seem too bad right? I thought oh this may just be a nice story, a nice little epic fantasy novel. To my horror, it wasn’t! At first I thought that perhaps it was meant for children, around the age of 10. But, in the blurb it does say it is for all ages, and this was confirmed when it was described how it felt to kill a man, and when brothels were visited, and crude jokes were made. Nope, this book is not for te [...]


    8. ++SPOILERS++Freebie that had bad reviews. Took a chance anyway and found that I enjoyed it.Do not go into this book expecting a tale of epic fantasy, amazing world building, major conflict or complex characters. This book is a perfect low angst, sweet, entertaing read. I rated it based on my personal enjoyment and did not attempt to compare it to other more prominent writers of epic fantasy, nor should you because it is not that type of book.I really like the characters. Thor is just so sweet an [...]


    9. A thoroughly generic assembly of tired fantasy tropes played straight without a trace of irony or originality, including but not limited to:-A good kingdom endangered by an evil empire on the other side of a physical and magical barrier.-A prophesied Chosen One (complete with magic sword that needs to be lifted) whose identity is painfully obvious.-The ignorant farmboy hero who desperately wants to be special and badass (and whose value is overlooked by his dull relatives).-The "spunky" teenage [...]


    10. I give to you, the story of Thor McLeod. Spoilers might occur!(Queue: Princes of the Universe by Queen)You'd think this guy would excrete lightning bolts, but you'd be wrong. He's just an all-out Gary Stu!The settingGary lives in the Ring, a circular patch of earth surrounded by the Canyon. Think ASOIAF's The Wall, but round and in the form of a magical ditch. The ring is divided in two: West and East. The Western Kingdom of the Ring is ruled by the MacGils who often find themselves at war with [...]


    11. Good things about this book:1. The plot is interesting and moves forward at a fast pace. Bad things about this book:1. The plot can be a little contrived at times and a bit predictable if you have read any fantasy books before.2. Holy shit, does this book need the services of a decent editor. Some instances of modern words pulled me right out of the story, such as "crap" (noun) and some instances of missing words refused to parse ("in that way she was like her (missing word brother) Roderick"). [...]


    12. This book was terrible! I was initially not going to be so mean in my review, but it did something at the end that was really unacceptable. I'll get to that in a bit.Firstly, the plot started off fine. But somewhere around the 10% mark it started fraying, and continued to do so until it fell apart. The main character seemingly has every going his way. Runs away from home, with no food or water and gets to where he wants to go with no problem. He gets magic powers that no one else has. Is able to [...]


    13. I got this book free from the store, and I can say that it wasn't even worth the cost of the electricity it took to download.The multiple spelling errors, missing words and generally sloppy editing were enough to set my teeth on edge while reading, however I have read some truely terribly edited books, and may have been able to stomach these issues if not for the lack of an engaging or even original plot.The content was so cliché as to be painful, and the main character was one dimensional, co [...]


    14. I loved every page of this novel. Morgan Rice takes the reader on a spectacular journey of magic, sorcery, and suspense. As I read each page, I saw the characters play out their own movie in my mind and didn't want the pages to stop flipping. I'm sooooo looking forward to finding out what happens next in the saga of Thor, please finish book #2 A.S.A.P!!!!


    15. I thought something must have been fishy when I saw that Google Play gave it away for free. Turns out I was right.*Spoilers*As for the cover of the book, that castle is mentioned once in the entire story at the very end of the book. Once. And it wasn't even expanded upon, just vaguely hinted at. The first few chapters were actually pretty promising (I decided to ignore the whole "two suns" thing) and I genuinely wanted to find out what was going to happen. Thorgrin is obviously a sorcerer of som [...]


    16. Pretty sure whoever wrote the rave review on Overdrive Media Console either A) doesn't exist or B) had a gun pointed to their head. (I picture the latter- Always Sunny style ;-) )Also, I love the fact that Rice has NO citations on WHO(M) thinks she/he's the #1 BESTSELLING whatever. As soon as the druid in Ch. 2 said, "You have your mothers eyes," I got pissed. That's a line from Harry Potter. A well known one at that.I also have a theory that Rice has or knows someone with above average computer [...]


    17. It sort of felt like I was reading an alternate version of the Games of Thrones in the beginning. The main character could easily pass off as Arya Stark, but as you read on, it begins to build into its own story. Aside from a few grammar errors and editing mistakes, this is a good read.


    18. The books in this series are my literary equivalent of a train-wreck. Overall they are bad. However, I cannot seem to stop reading most likely due to the fact that I've made reading* them into a drinking game.Rule #1: Drink every time there's redundancy in the writing, for example lines like, "looked at him/her with a new respect," situations in which someone owes/d someone their life, or when someone thinks they are about to die. Rule #2: Drink for errors; including misuse of pronouns, names th [...]



    19. Please Do Not Pay Money For ThisWow. Just wow. Forgive me; I have to take a minute here. Just.WowI have to rant for a sec. Bear with me.The RantIt baffles me how a book this poorly written, derivative, unimaginative, and just plain bad could have sold so many copies. So, so, so many copies. It simply defies understanding to me. Here I am trying to be an author myself, slaving away at my own fantasy novel while trying to make the characters deep, compelling, unique individuals, painstakingly hand [...]


    20. I scream, you scream, we all scream because this book is utterly frustrating. I have many, many problems with this book. The most glaring is that the novel is just plain dull. The characters are flat, mono-dimensional. Author relies heavily on telling, and vomiting large chunks of exposition at you. Dialogue is clunky in places, and just strikes me as being "off" in this particular book. First off, the plot: small town underdog discovers he has a *~fate~* that makes him special. Never heard that [...]


    21. While I understand this is a book aimed at younger readers, I still found the plot simple and unimagineative. To call Thor, the main protagonist, a character is an oxymoron as he seemingly has no character at all. Aside from a couple moments of daring, Thor bumbles his way into fame and friendships, while spending the majority of his time asking himself rhetorical questions on long soul searching walks. This author has seemingly gone out of her way to insult her audience. There was clearly littl [...]


    22. The plot isn't so much bad as it is unbelievable at almost every turn. The characterization exists, but it's weak. The author violates "show don't tell" repeatedly in some pretty atrocious ways. The author also contradicts herself, the main character experiences drinking ale for the first time, not once as is the usual case, but twice! Impressive.More than anything this book needs an editor, and not just a proofreading, but someone to tell the author all of the many things wrong with it.It's not [...]


    23. I had never heard of this book or author, but the download was both recommended and free on , so I gave it a go. I'm glad I did!If you are an adult, looking for escapism on your train commute with a bubble gummy fantasy, then this fits the bill. Yes, it is young adult fiction and maybe it isn't a literary masterpiece, but it was fun and easy to read and I felt like I was watching a movie as I read it. It is fast paced, engrossing, and I couldn't wait to download the second in the series (which i [...]


    24. Okuldan çıkış saatlerim tam İzmir'in en yoğun anına denk geldiği ve okulum, İzmir'in İstanbul'u olan Buca'da olduğu için ayakta da olsa boş boş etrafı izleyeceğim yere kitap okumanın yöntemini bu kitabı telefona yükleyerek bulmuştum. Okudukça boş boş etrafı izlemenin daha heyecanlı, daha ilgi çekici olduğunu fark ettim.


    25. Did not finish. Two chapters in and there was so much trope and poor logic/economics I just couldn't anymore. And SO MUCH CHOSEN ONE/DESTINY (of kid with Teutonic name). Also awesome caring (Scottishly named) king of awaesomeville versus the jealous mean jerkfaces of jerkville (also scottish). Bleh.


    26. It's like someone read Game of Thrones and asked themselves, "How can i make this into a hamfisted Harry Potter knockoff."


    27. I realize that I'm probably not the target audience for this book, but it was free on Google Play so I thought I'd try it out since I enjoy fantasy. As I suspected, there was a reason this book was free.The book is pretty cliche, but I suppose it could have been saved if it had some editing done to it. As it stands, it seems as if the book hasn't been edited at all. For example, there are tons of words that are homonyms of the word that was intended. It doesn't just happen once or twice. The wor [...]


    28. For how this book read, I would almost say it was meant for young adult readers, but the content says otherwise. The writing style itself said 'young adult' book to me, but the content did not. There are several things I can picture parents not wanting their thirteen-year-olds to know about.Then there was the plot. I believe there should be a beginning, a middle, and an end. That just didn't happen here. There was a beginning, there was kinda middle, but the end? I got to the end of the book and [...]


    29. This book is definitely a work of fantasy fiction, in that is is pure fantasy that this book is worth reading. The prose is simplistic and completely devoid of any elegance. The story barely manages to keep the reader conscious.I finished the book in just several hours and I found myself wondering why I had wasted my time. The book ends with about as much ceremony as a sneeze, except at least a sneeze brings a small amount of satisfaction after completion.The ending was so poor if felt as if it [...]


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