The Elven

The international bestseller and epic adventure

A fierce and merciless demon has been unleashed on the world, spreading destruction and bloodshed in both the human and the elven realms. Northlander Jarl Mandred witnesses the ruthless attack on his men, and he seeks vengeance with the help of the elf queen, Emerelle. Despite Mandred’s barbaric human nature, the queen orchestrates an elfhunt joined by the two strongest warriors in Albenmark to pursue the beast. Farodin, the fiercest fighter in the land, and Nuramon, the healer, seize the opportunity to make history alongside Mandred in a life-defining series of battles waged in parallel universes.

The Elven is an epic tale, bringing heroes together across the boundaries of their worlds to avenge past losses and influence fates yet to be decided.

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3 Comments

  1. The great story-THE SLOPPY END……. I would have preferred to have given this a 5 star, but I was so let down by the ending, I just could not do it. The whole book had me mesmerized, so involved. This book was truly a piece of literary art, I couldn’t put it down to do anything so mundane such as cleaning or making meals!!! And after all the work that was so obviously, so heartfelt put into it, it finished like a rush job to get rid if it and be done….I wanted to yell to Mr. Hennen=HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME???!!!!

  2. A Great Saga I really enjoyed the epic sweep of this story, spanning generations and centuries. The saga draws from primarily Germanic mythology, and fits well within that body of literature. I’m reminded of Tolkien’s statement “[I] set myself a task, the arrogance of which I fully recognized and trembled at: being precisely to restore to the English an epic tradition and present them with a mythology of their own.” Few modern stories I’ve read can comfortably claim to stand in that tradition, but I…

  3. Fantastic! Enthralling! Easily one of the best fantasy novels I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. I’ve been wracking my brain for the past day or so, struggling to find the best way to articulate my thoughts on “The Elven.” I’ve found little success: “The Elven” somehow manages to tell a story both both familiar and refreshing. It can often be difficult to fully express the quality of a novel–the adjectives that come most easily seldom confer nearly so much meaning as they ought to. 

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