The Eye of Tanub by M.E. CunninghamThe Eye of Tanub by M.E. Cunningham

The Eye of Tanub

byM.E. Cunningham

Paperback | June 13, 2014

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Everyone thinks she's crazy. And maybe she is. But Lauren Marriott knows her journey into Terratir happened. It was real, and she's writing it all down in frightening detail. She has no patience for her brother Zach and his passion for stupid computer games until she finds a mysterious pendant in his room, pulsating with magical power. Lauren wants it, not realizing it's a portal between this world and one of monsters, sorcerers, and dangerous quests. Never in her wildest dreams could she have imagined what she'd find in the terrifying world of The Warlord-death at every turn, but also a love stronger than time itself. In order to escape Terratir, Lauren, Zach, and their newfound friends, must complete the impossible quest for the Eye of Tanúb, a relic of immense power, which The Warlord has already stolen for himself.
M.E. Cunningham came from a land, far, far away, and ended up on a little farm in northern Utah, living with numerous magical creatures: horses, chickens, dogs, cats, and a goat. Cunningham began writing quite by accident, the fall through the fabric of time dropped M.E. into the mysterious land of Terratir. Terratir is not the first m...
Title:The Eye of TanubFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 8.55 × 5.54 × 0.71 inPublished:June 13, 2014Publisher:Clean Teen PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1940534763

ISBN - 13:9781940534763


Editorial Reviews

I truly enjoyed this story. It was written beautifully and the descriptions about the world they fall into was breathtaking and mesmerizing. I felt like I was actually in the story at times and I could visualize everything as described. I love the dynamic between the brother and sister. They were written very well. I loved all of the characters. I thought they were fully fleshed out and had a realistic quality to them. I loved all of the different types of creatures that live there and all of the different things that they could do. If I had one complaint about this book, it would be that I didn't think there was enough description of why the Warlord was unbeatable. Why did he have so much power and how did he get it? Why could no one beat him? That would be my one pet peeve for this book. Also, the ending was heartbreaking because I felt what the characters were feeling. I can't wait for the second book so that I can head back to Terratir. It is an amazing place and I miss it already.