The Divine Talisman: Book Three of the Legend of Asahiel by Eldon ThompsonThe Divine Talisman: Book Three of the Legend of Asahiel by Eldon Thompson

The Divine Talisman: Book Three of the Legend of Asahiel

byEldon Thompson

Mass Market Paperback | July 28, 2009

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To protect his people from the demonic Illysp, Torin, king of Alson, made the ultimate sacrifice. Now his best friend and his former love seek to salvage the shattered lands beyond their borders.

But a treacherous assault costs them their most powerful weapon—the fabled Crimson Sword.

Hopelessly outmatched, Pentania's citizens must flee their conquered homeland or else perish. And now the Leviathan has been awakened—an unfathomable creature whose wrath could single-handedly destroy the entire world. Scant hope remains—save for the possibly futile efforts of a lone elf, a mad witch, and a fallen hero charged with unraveling a series of divine riddles. But doom is inevitable, unless they can somehow break the powerful bonds of a fiendish, insidious possession.

After washing out as a college quarterback, Eldon Thompson returned to his first love, writing. Unfortunately, he's found wrestling plots and characters to be every bit as rough—though with less physical bruising. The author ofThe Crimson SwordandThe Obsidian Key, he splits his time between the Oregon coast and Southern California.
Title:The Divine Talisman: Book Three of the Legend of AsahielFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:784 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 1.18 inShipping dimensions:6.75 × 4.19 × 1.18 inPublished:July 28, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060741554

ISBN - 13:9780060741556


Editorial Reviews

"Written in a cinematic style, here is a novel both intimate in detail, yet breathaking in scope. It's a brilliant odyssey that stays with you long after you turn the last page. I envy those who haven't discovered this world yet."