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Lady Squire: The Fall of Hoffnung (Part One) Approximately 115 pages. As the exiled princess of a fallen kingdom, to what end would one go to regain her rightful throne? After the fall of the great city, Hoffnung, Lady Dawn flees for her life in hopes of gathering an army to overthrow the brutal tyrant, Lord Waxxon, who has killed her mother and taken the throne. With Wa Lady Squire: The Fall of Hoffnung (Part One) Approximately 115 pages. As the exiled princess of a fallen kingdom, to what end would one go to regain her rightful throne? After the fall of the great city, Hoffnung, Lady Dawn flees for her life in hopes of gathering an army to overthrow the brutal tyrant, Lord Waxxon, who has killed her mother and taken the throne. With Waxxon’s guards and knights searching Aetheaon to find and kill her, she takes the lowly role of a squire under one of her father’s former Dragon Skull Knights. But her identity must remain a secret, even to the knight she serves, until he joins the other Dragon Skull Knights while gathering forces to bring Waxxon’s reign to an end.


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Lady Squire: The Fall of Hoffnung (Part One) Approximately 115 pages. As the exiled princess of a fallen kingdom, to what end would one go to regain her rightful throne? After the fall of the great city, Hoffnung, Lady Dawn flees for her life in hopes of gathering an army to overthrow the brutal tyrant, Lord Waxxon, who has killed her mother and taken the throne. With Wa Lady Squire: The Fall of Hoffnung (Part One) Approximately 115 pages. As the exiled princess of a fallen kingdom, to what end would one go to regain her rightful throne? After the fall of the great city, Hoffnung, Lady Dawn flees for her life in hopes of gathering an army to overthrow the brutal tyrant, Lord Waxxon, who has killed her mother and taken the throne. With Waxxon’s guards and knights searching Aetheaon to find and kill her, she takes the lowly role of a squire under one of her father’s former Dragon Skull Knights. But her identity must remain a secret, even to the knight she serves, until he joins the other Dragon Skull Knights while gathering forces to bring Waxxon’s reign to an end.

13 review for Lady Squire: The Fall of Hoffnung: Chronicles of Aetheaon: Book Two (Part One)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    Book Info File Size: 5204 KB Print Length: 693 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: DeimosWeb Publishing (December 11, 2015) Publication Date: December 11, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English ASIN: B017JIYMQI [Digital copy from Author]in exchange for honest review Book Buy Links Amazon B&N BOOK SYNOPSIS Book Two in the Chronicles of Aetheaon Series: How much degradation would an exiled princess of Book Info File Size: 5204 KB Print Length: 693 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: DeimosWeb Publishing (December 11, 2015) Publication Date: December 11, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English ASIN: B017JIYMQI [Digital copy from Author]in exchange for honest review Book Buy Links Amazon B&N BOOK SYNOPSIS Book Two in the Chronicles of Aetheaon Series: How much degradation would an exiled princess of a fallen kingdom suffer in order to regain her rightful throne? During a dark foggy night, Vyking ships from the Isles of Welkstone slip into Hoffnung Bay to aid Lord Waxxon’s coup to take Hoffnung’s throne from half elf, Queen Taube. As Lord Waxxon’s guards storm the castle, Queen Taube flees to Lady Dawn’s chambers to help her daughter escape. After Hoffnung’s fall, Lady Dawn flees for her life in the hope of gathering together an army to overthrow Lord Waxxon, who killed her mother to take the throne. With Waxxon’s guards and hired assassins searching Aetheaon to find and kill her, she disguises herself as a peasant boy and takes the lowly role of a squire under one of her father’s former Dragon Skull Knights. But her identity must remain a secret; even to the noble knight she serves, until he can join the other Dragon Skull Knights to bring Waxxon’s reign to an end. My Thoughts After having thoroughly enjoyed book 1 Shawndira was excited to get a chance to read this second book in series thanks to the Author Leonard D Hilley II sending me a digital copy for review. Like an onion Lady Squire: Dawn's Ascension: Book 2 of the Chronicles of Aetheaon has layers, layers that peel back one by one to reveal each new chapters secrets to the delight of the reader. Again venturing into the setting of Aetheaon one is transported into a world of magic, this time though the mayhem at the beginning is brutal as well as somewhat disconcerting if one is not prepared for the violent actions that precede Dawn’s escape. Starting with a prologue to pique the reader’s curiosity we then enter into the introduction phase of pivotal characters and their overlapping story lines which start with each new chapter until events cohesively form the core of Lady Squire:Dawn's Ascension:. Given the multitude of characters introduced, the different places that are used as backdrops as well as the events that befall each main character one would think that this would be an overwhelming read but for me it was just a smoothly paced addition to the author’s other works that I have read and enjoyed. The tie ins to those works was seamless also and provided a nice element to remind fans that they exist as well. As the machinations of each opposing faction unfold Dawn is learning just how far removed her previous life of leisure and privilege is removed from her present day circumstances and along the way she also learns just how much is needed to change when she regains the throne of Hoffnung to become it’s rightful ruler. Of all the many things that make up the complexity of Lady Squire:Dawn's Ascension: the one that stands out the most is Dawn’s willingness to learn, to subject herself to things she never dreamed of before the loss of her mother and the overtaking of Hoffnung. The fact that she is determined to one day take back her rightful throne by leading the fight herself proves that an 18-year-old gently reared princess can still have the backbone that many twice her age would lack under the circumstances. The finale was actually such a wonderful surprise for both Dawn's character and the book reader it made me smile. The Epilogue however made me wish 3rd book was ready to read already and anticipating it greatly in future! Book 1 Shawndirea allowed us to become acquainted with this fantastical setting and now book 2 Lady Squire:Dawn's Ascension:has taken us a step further. Venturing back into Aetheaon for the second time was effortless and thanks to the steady pace, action packed scenes, multitude of characters and easy to follow story line gratifyingly fast reading even though it is a very big undertaking at almost 700 pages. Fantasy of the highest caliber from the eloquently described locations, characters, action scenes and the cast of different factions of legend this book will long outlast the reading in ones mind as well as imagination for sure. [Digital copy from Author]in exchange for honest review

  2. 5 out of 5

    K.C. Riley-Gyer

    It's like Lord of the Rings without the excessive wordiness! Well, that's the way this book seems to me. I couldn't get past the first couple of page of LotR due to its excessive wordiness, but did enjoy the movies. While I read this novel, I couldn't help thinking what a great companion to the LotR series this is; for those who love the high fantasy LotR brings them. Mind you, it is a series in its own right. I fell in love with this series all the way back with Devil's Den, so putting my hand u It's like Lord of the Rings without the excessive wordiness! Well, that's the way this book seems to me. I couldn't get past the first couple of page of LotR due to its excessive wordiness, but did enjoy the movies. While I read this novel, I couldn't help thinking what a great companion to the LotR series this is; for those who love the high fantasy LotR brings them. Mind you, it is a series in its own right. I fell in love with this series all the way back with Devil's Den, so putting my hand up to receive an ARC in exchange for an honest review was a no-brainer. I love the characters and I love the author's writing style. I loved the diversity of the characters, especially the dwarves. While they may all be treasure obsessed, their motivations and purposes were different to each other. I had this book read in three days, I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend this book and this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Barry Preston

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  10. 4 out of 5

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    Bill Tillman

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

  13. 5 out of 5

    Barry Knowlton

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