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by Niel Hancock

eBook Squaring the Circle: The Circle of Light, Book 4 (Circle of Light series) download ISBN: 0765346184
Author: Niel Hancock
Publisher: Starscape (August 1, 2004)
Language: English
ePub: 1312 kb
Fb2: 1272 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Book 4 of 4 in the Circle of Light Series.

Book 4 of 4 in the Circle of Light Series. Ships from and sold by Gifts-and-Toys.

Circle of Light Series. 4 primary works, 4 total works. Book 1. Greyfax Grimwald. Welcome to Atlanton Earth!

Squaring the Circle book

Squaring the Circle book. And with the first book or two in Hancock's Circle of Light series, I was sure my wariness was correct. But Squaring the Circle erased that. Niel Hancock started out from the Panhandle of Texas in 1941, and was on the ground when the Sky Riders went down outside Roswell, New Mexico. Even as a lad, that tweaked his curiosity, and then they touched off the Atom Bomb at Trinity Site, which put him on the trail of the Road to the Sacred Mountain, young as he was.

The Circle of Light (Volume 4) Niel Hancock Tor/Forge. Niel Hancock lives just outside Austin, Texas, with his wife. Along with the Circle of Light series, he is also the author of The Wilderness Four series and The Windameir Circle series. Welcome to Atlanton Earth! Dorini, the Dark Queen, seeks the Arkenchest and its Five Secrets-a source of unlimited power Niel Hancock lives just outside Austin, Texas, with his wife.

Can Greyfax Grimwald, Faragon Fairingay, Dwarf, Otter, and Bear-the faithful followers of the Lady of Light-keep the Chest from Dorini's grasp?

Welcome to Atlanton Earth! Dorini, the Dark Queen, seeks the Arkenchest and its Five Secrets-a source of unlimited power. Can Greyfax Grimwald, Faragon Fairingay, Dwarf, Otter, and Bear-the faithful followers of the Lady of Light-keep the Chest from Dorini's grasp? Or will the world of Atlanton Earth be plunged into darkness forever? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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Kirja 2. Niel Hancock1. E-kirja 7,99 $. Welcome to Atlanton Earth! In this second spellbinding adventure that began with Greyfax Grimwald, friends Bear, Dwarf, and Otter are joined by Faragon Fairingay, the valiant young warrior.

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Welcome to Atlanton Earth!Dorini, the Dark Queen, seeks the Arkenchest and its Five Secrets--a source of unlimited power. Can Greyfax Grimwald, Faragon Fairingay, Dwarf, Otter, and Bear--the faithful followers of the Lady of Light--keep the Chest from Dorini's grasp? Or will the world of Atlanton Earth be plunged into darkness forever?
Comments: (7)
Purestone
Loved these books as a kid, so I was very glad to find them again for my grand-nephew. If you enjoyed the LOTR series, the Chronicles of Narnia, or the Wrinkle in Time books, than The Circle of Light series should fit well into your library. The themes are similar, but make no mistake - Niel Hancock's series is NOT just a "knockoff" of any other popular fantasy series. Each character is carefully crafted, and the story is pure Hancock. I think the Circle of Light series is easier for young readers to follow (and the relatively small volumes are certainly far less intimidating than some larger series) because there is little deviation from the main story line, but the story is rich in detail, teaches valuable lessons about friendship, loyalty, bravery, and the classic battle of good vs. evil without being "preachy" or overbearing, and has adventure to spare. I would highly recommend the series to anyone, whether as a gift for young readers or for the young-at-heart reader who wants a memorable story without a lot of bulk.
Xor
This review is for the entire series. I first read the Circle of Light series about 20 years ago. I thoroughly enjoyed it then as I did now. Of course the second reading did not have the same impact as I was already familiar with the story line. The story was original and simple to read. No complex plots or sub stories going on. But complexity does not necessarily mean a better tale.

Normally I do not give reviews, but I'm so tired of always reading `this is just another copy of Lord of the Rings'. It is not. It seems every story ever written is a copy of Lord of the Rings to some people. I've heard Star Wars is the Lord of the Rings in outer space. Some would say the chest is the same as the ring and the chest bearer is the same as the ring bearer. But most stories have some item of power that has to be carried, destroyed or used as a central theme. Remember the Black Cauldron? I guess that is a version of Lord of the Rings too. Maybe Tolkien invented the words `elf', `dwarf', `dragon' and `wizard' since any story with those terms tend to be compared to the Ring too.

I have read the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit and enjoyed them. I read them before I read the Circle of Light and never thought they were the same. I don't believe there were any intelligent animal characters in any of the Tolkien books. So read the Circle of Light as they are and enjoy them. Don't look for similarities to any other story. Let it stand on its own merits whether you like it or dislike it, not because it's not the Lord of the Rings.
Xwnaydan
I sorta came upon this series of books by accident and something in the description grabbed my interest. I had all of the books in the series except for this one, and was so happy when I found it on Amazon. I LOVED THE WHOLE SERIES! I became aware right away that it was targeted for a wide age-range of people, but I hadn't noticed until I got this final one that it was recommended for people ages 10 and up! I thought, "What? These books are for KIDS???!!!" I am 67 years old but not "going through my second childhood" YET! But I STILL enjoyed every single one of these books! And well, I do fit very nicely into the "and up" range, ya think?! Forget what age you are - this series is a fun read!
Super P
Squaring The Circle was my favorite book as a child, and I found it even more fun to read again as an adult.
Skrimpak
great
Aloo
"Squaring the Circle" is set in a climatic atmosphere and brings together many of the characters and events from the first three books in "The Circle of Light" series together in the ultimate confrontation between the Forces of Light and the Darkness of Queen Dorini. Bear, Dwarf, and Otter must make their final stand against Dorini themselves with the fate of Atlanton Earth in the balance. Though, they won't face her alone, because they've found allies among Elves, Dwarves, Animals, and powerful wizards like Greyfax Grimwald and Faragon Fairingay, willing to help them defeat the destructive Dorini once and for all. The final battles and encounters are enchanting and full of magic and mystery. Many friends are reunited and many enemies are brought to justice as well. The conclusion is awesome, though a little sad in my opinion, but it's expected at the end of a such a great series. Please read these as well as the whole series, because even if it's not your favorite series, it will be very hard to forget!
Celace
Volume four takes the heroes through more fights and battles to a final showdown with the villains and a resolution of what they've been fighting for. A worthy conclusion to a great philosophic adventure.