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[PDF.ePUB.MOBI]  The Curse of Slagfid Author Elizabeth H. Boyer – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Download] ➶ The Curse of Slagfid By Elizabeth H. Boyer – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Leifr and Thurid were in trouble worse than usual In Leifr's efforts to recover his lost love Ljosa and Thurid's attempt to escape the Inuisitors they had fallen into the hands of the evil Master Wiza Leifr and Thurid were in trouble worse than usual In Leifr's efforts to recover his lost love Ljosa and Thurid's attempt to escape the Inuisitors they had fallen into the hands of the evil Master Wizard Djofull The Curse Kindle - Djofull had tricked them into swearing in blood that they would destroy the curse that afflicted Hraedsla dalur or return to serve his vile plans.


8 thoughts on “The Curse of Slagfid

  1. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    Adventure humor folklore I mean actual folklore Scandinavian and Norse mythology great prose enjoyable story well developed characterswhat's not to like I started running these down when when I found the writer 20 years ago and actuallyhappily there are still a few I need to run down at a price less than 50 of course Great books


  2. Arwen Arwen says:

    A uniue fantasy novel that about halfway through sucked me in so far that I read almost non stop I even snarled once at the Big D for trying to get me to put it down That's a sure sign that it was a good book


  3. Richard Richard says:

    It gave me a genuine pain to kill Sorkvir that first time He was the most promising of all my pupils and I could not guess whether or not I would be able to reclaim him from HelaWhile this is a good follow up to The Troll's Grindstone it is also somewhat unsatisfyingWhereas The Troll's Grindstone is a roller coaster ride of action and adventure The Curse of Slagfid is much lessAfter being snared by Sorkvir's creator Djofull Leifr and Thurid are compelled on a uest to destroy the curse that afflicts Hraedsla dafur or become Djofull's servantsThis book is much slower There is honestly only the set up with Djofull followed by them trying to unravel the curse Compared to the previous book I found myself wanting much adventure As it is the book is too long and could easily have been a third to half the length but I am sure the publisher had a reuirement the books in the series be about the same lengthWhat is most frustrating is how slow the characters are to realize the true nature of the curse something the reader easily figures out uite early on


  4. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I read this book because I so enjoyed the first one Troll's Grindstone That book was original exciting and very good This one was less so The setting was of course no longer uniue since it was similar to the first book The writing seemed less gripping to me and the mystery was so transparent that I figured it out about 100 pages before the characters did but I don't think I was brilliant I think it was just obvious However it was still a pretty good book and not so bad that I'm not going to read the last two in this series


  5. Cameron Cameron says:

    Very odd lol A good read though the story flowed well and the Magic system was entertaining if a bit ambiguous I enjoyed the character interaction though good conflict though the suprise ending wasn't Hahahahah


  6. John John says:

    The second in the Troll's Grindstone trilogy Not as good as the first and third but still a good read


  7. Sara Sara says:

    Terribly written


  8. Gene Turlington Gene Turlington says:

    Loved it


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