Kendra Kandlestar And The Shard From Greeve by Lee Edward FodiKendra Kandlestar And The Shard From Greeve by Lee Edward Fodi

Kendra Kandlestar And The Shard From Greeve

byLee Edward Fodi

Paperback | May 2, 2014

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TRAPPED IN A PIT OF MONSTERS . . . When young Kendra Kandlestar is granted a wand by the ancient tree of Een, she yearns to become a great sorceress. But magic doesn’t come easily to Kendra, and she soon turns to the shard from Greeve—and its dark power—to help her rescue her brother from the Rumble Pit, a deadly gladiator arena where centaurs, dragons, and a myriad of mythical creatures are forced to fight in a fierce contest for survival. Yet, as Kendra is seduced by the power of the insidious shard, she discovers that the greatest battle just might be the one brewing inside her own heart.
Growing up on a farm, Lee Edward Födi was subjected to various horrible chores such as cleaning up after chickens, pigs, geese, and younger siblings. There was a time when his father harbored hopes that his son would take over the family business—but these aspirations came to an abrupt end when the young author accidentally ran the tra...
Title:Kendra Kandlestar And The Shard From GreeveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 11 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:May 2, 2014Publisher:Simply Read BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1927018277

ISBN - 13:9781927018279

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If you are the sort who likes to read tales of grand adventure and ferocious battle, then it is likely that you will soon find yourself lost within the pages of this book.Before long, you will discover yourself entangled in a loud and riotous brawl inside the smoky innards of a gnome tavern. Perhaps you will even be swept away in a dramatic clash upon the seawashed decks of a pirates’ galley.Or, possibly, you will fi nd yourself cast into the dreary depths of the Rumble Pit, that grim and fabled arena where many an unlucky traveler has arrived after a treacherous voyage across the Seas of Ire.Here, in the doomed light of the Rumble Pit, all manner of creatures will collide in a raucous contest for survival.

Editorial Reviews

"In his legendary way, author and illustrator Lee Edward Fodi flawlessly mixes magic, monsters and mystery for his readers...This family friendly series and exciting book is filled with thought provoking issues, Kendra Kandlestar and the Shard from Greeve will entertain readers of all ages." ~Midwest Book Review   Kendra Kandlestar is back with an amazing new fantasy adventure in this third volume in the series. Mythic archetypes are explored amidst plenty of humour and action. Kendra also faces choices that illustrate the importance of accountability in our lives. ~ CCBC, Best Books 2010   Although Kendra Kandlestar and the Shard from Greeve is the third volume in a series, it works as a stand-alone read...It would be an excellent addition for personal, class, school and public libraries. Highly Recommended. ~ Deborah Mervold, CM Magazine   I loved this book and now want to go back to read the first two stories. Kendra and her friends are engaging characters, at once humorous (in a Pippi Longstocking kind of way) yet also "real."...This is a most enjoyable book that is likely to be shared over and over again. ~ The Reading Tub   As always, Födi fills his world with unique and unusual creatures, brought to life through their dialects and the lively artwork that decorates almost every page. While the settings are fantastic, the problems and motivations of the characters will resonate with real-life kids. ~ 10 Stories Up   The Chronicles of Kendra Kandlestar have introduced its fans to increasingly important life challenges. The dark power of the Shard from Greeve is the most difficult, yet. In the process, Kendra learns the value of true friendship and demonstrates that to be Een—or human—means having the strength to overcome the greatest foe of all . . . ourselves. ~