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Warlords Of Nin [Paperback]

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Pages   394
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.1" Width: 6.24" Height: 0.99"
Weight:   1.2 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 1, 1996
Publisher   Harper Collins Publishers
Age  12-16
ISBN  0310205034  
EAN  9780310205036  
UPC  025986205034  

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Item Description...
Quentin must master his fear of entrusting his life to the Most High God in order to save the kingdom of Mensandor from the terrible Nin the Destroyer.

Publishers Description
Quentin must master his fear of entrusting his life to the Most High God in order to save the kingdom of Mensandor from the terrible Nin the Destroyer in this second book of The Dragon King Trilogy.

Community Description
In Mensandor's evening sky, the Wolf Star fiercely gleams, a baleful eye beholding the end of the age. Across the southern lands sweep the armies of a grim and terrible foe: Nin the Destroyer, merciless, invincible. Summoned from his studies in the ancient city of Dekra, Quentin sets forth on a perilous journey to open the prophetic path for a coming deliverer -- the Priest-King who will wield the blazing sword Zhaligkeer and usher in the heralded age of light.

Annotation: In this, the second volume of the Dragon King Trilogy, Quentin must defeat the Nin the Destroyer, who has come to take the Dragon King's crown.
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More About Stephen R. Lawhead

Stephen R. Lawhead Stephen Lawhead is an internationally acclaimed author of mythic history and imaginative fiction. He was born in 1950, in Nebraska in the USA. His early life was lived in America where he earned a university degree in Fine Arts and attended theological seminary for two years.

His first professional writing was done at Campus Life magazine in Chicago, where he was an editor and staff writer. During his five years at Campus Life he wrote hundreds of articles and several non-fiction books.

After a brief and unsuccessful foray into the music business—as president of his own record company—he launched his free-lance career in 1981. In the Hall of the Dragon King was his first novel.

In 1986 the Lawhead family moved to Britain so that Stephen could conduct research for the PENDRAGON CYCLE books. They settled there permanently in 1990, with some years spent living in Austria and a sabbatical in the United States.

In addition to his twenty-four novels, he has written nine children's books, many of them originally offered to his two sons, Drake and Ross. He is married to Alice Slaikeu Lawhead, with whom he has collaborated on books and articles. They make their home in Oxford, England.

Stephen's non-fiction, fiction and children's titles have variously been published in twenty-four foreign languages. He has won numerous industry awards, and in 2003 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by the University of Nebraska.

Stephen R. Lawhead has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Bright Empires
  2. Pendragon Cycle (Paperback)
  3. Song of Albion Trilogy

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Definitely for young readers  Feb 20, 2010
I'm a great Lawhead fan. While I enjoyed this book and the entire series, I have preferred his other series far more. Great book/series, though! I will be donating it to my community's high school library. And I have already recommended the series to some teens & preteens I know who are always searching for a great read.
Dragon King Trilogy books  Oct 12, 2009
Bought as gift for young adult. Good story line for age group. Arrived in excellent condition. Very pleased.
Interesting BUT preachy  Oct 8, 2009
I am not going to give you a brief synopsis of this book, as you can get that from reading this sites preview, or any of the other reviews on this book, I will say that I enjoy this book, but did not love it, the story was good enough to keep my interest, but not to the point of loosing sleep.
I found the majority of the charactures lines to be unbelievable, or contrite, but was able to overlook them and enjoy the story. Nins Characture was under developed, I did not like or dislike him. I also would have liked the author to go into more detail when solving the main conflicts, i.e. he killed the main antagonist by throwing the sword in the air and pinning him to the ground, what?!, no fight, no words exchanged, he just rides in and throws the sword and boom, story over.
My biggest problem was that the book tried to shove religion down my throat, the one main God, yadda, yadda, yadda, I get it, I get it. When I read Fantasy, I want to be entertained, not preached to.
But I did like the story, and have orderd the third book, I do hope it is better than this last one.
Warlords of Nin  Oct 11, 2007
The Dragon King Trilogy is a great series and I really enjoy reading it. However, The Warlord of Nin is not nearly as interesting to me as the other two books. Still, it is worth reading even if just to get some history and set up for the next book. It reads really smoothly, it just doesn't have the same magic that Lawhead's other books do. Despite that, I will be reading this book several times as I go over The Dragon King Trilogy time and time again.
Another great Dragon King book!!  Sep 26, 2002
This book is my favorite in the Dragon King Trilogy. This book has lots of action in it. The story continues after Quentin and his friends defeat the evil Nimrood the necromancer. I suggest that you read the first book, In the Hall of the Dragon King, first.

This story is about how Quentin, now a young man, is called unexpectedly to return to Askelon. He had been staying at Dekra, the place of power and mystery. As Quentin and his best friend Toli rides back, they encounter many interesting things. A whole village is scared for some reason and the Wolf Star was growing bigger and bigger every day. But Quentin and Toli trusts in the Most High and returns to Askelon where they meet their good friend Durwin, the hermit and also meet King Eskevar. Quentin quickly knows that something was wrong with the King, the King had grown pale and his face was gaunt. In other words, the King was deathly ill. He knew that someting was amiss in Mesandor.

Meanwhile, Theido and Ronsard, the two brave knights, (Ronsard is my favorite character!) had been sent out from King Eskevar to sort of scout the land. They realize that something was wrong, just like the King had said. Whole villages had been burnt, there was nothing but a enormous black spot on the ground. As they travel on, they see a nearly dead person in one of the burnt villages. They learn little from him, but he tells them that the enemy's name was Nin the Destroyer before he dies. Theido and Ronsard then returns to Askelon.

Quentin and Toli had been also searching for any signs of the enemy. They meet Esme, a rather fierce girl who was secretly a princess. On their way back to Askelon, they see the village called Illem burning. They quickly ride to Illem and meet the villagers running in terror. They are quickly surrounded by many soldiers of one of the warlords of Nin. Toli and Esme escapes but Quentin is captured.

Will Quentin escape? What will happen when the Ningaal reach Askelon?

This book is definently something you have to read! I love the Dragon King Trilogy and I have read them over and over again. Happy Reading!


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