The Morrow Stone Epub ´ The Morrow eBook ã

The Morrow Stone Epub ´ The Morrow eBook ã


The Morrow Stone (Chronicles of Aesirium, #2) ➿ The Morrow Stone (Chronicles of Aesirium, #2) Free ➶ Author Ren Cummins – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Book Two of the Chronicles of Aesirium On the world of Aerthos the large community of Oldtown Against the Wall has long been the refuge for the former citizens of the city of Aesirium Utopian citadel Book Two of the Chronicles of Aesirium On the world of Aerthos the large community of Oldtown Against the Wall has long been the refuge for the former citizens of the city of Aesirium Utopian citadel of science and magic But outside the defensive wall the exiled townspeople have fallen under siege by undead monsters from the wild Among them however a trio of young children seem to be key to the survival and evolution of this town Can they learn to utilize their individual skills and talents The Morrow eBook ã in time And what is the Morrow stone what role does it play and why do so many people seek it.


8 thoughts on “The Morrow Stone (Chronicles of Aesirium, #2)

  1. Chris Forquer Chris Forquer says:

    An excellent first book that mixes action fantasy and steam punk


  2. Jim Jim says:

    I won this book in a First Reads giveaway The author sent it to me with a very cordial and personal note a courtesy that was much appreciatedI really enjoyed reading this imaginative and involving tale of three special children who rapidly become young adults in the course of eventsThe first of a trilogy this book introduces a richly imagined world full of dangers intrigue and evildoers that must be overcome by an evolving collaboration of the band of young heroes The characters and plot are drawn with a skill and subtlety that shows high skill in this very promising first novelI plan to pass this book along to my 10 year old avid reader son who should love the combination of fantasy magic and tough reality contained in these adventures I look forward to the remaining two books in this series and to other developments from the fertile imagination of this gifted author


  3. C.E. Smith C.E. Smith says:

    Having known Ren Cummins on Twitter for a while I had wanted to read his book for a long time Due to work it sadly took me a few months to finally finish it The ending especially was what grabbed me and the dynamics between the characters kept a steady pace throughout the novel Each character has their own refreshing uniue personality and this book is a fine addition to the world of SteampunkIt's a joy for readers at any age and I can see how the younger readers can find themselves in Rom Cousins or Kari Adults too will find it easy to escape in Rom's fascinating world Would recommend this for anyone who enjoys a good adventure with a splash of humor and I happily brought the next book when I was finished which I'm currently enjoying on my Kindle Bravo Mr Cummins Claire Smith


  4. H.L. Reasby H.L. Reasby says:

    Kids monsters and parasols oh myA wonderful introduction to a new and intriguing world where magic and steam age technology collide The Morrow Stone features complex characters intrigue and in the tradition of Harry Potter plays on the idea that kids are not nearly as fragile as we adults like to believe


  5. Matt Matt says:

    A most excellent adventure It reminds me a bit of author Charles de Lint Fantasy meets Adventure in this story that makes you feel like you are involved in the story Great job Ren Looking forward to the other 2 or 3 books I don't know why but I kept thinking of Pink Floyd songs while I read this book


  6. Nevertaken Nevertaken says:

    I won this book in a First Reads giveawayIt's now been over a month since I read a good 70 pages or so in but I didn't really lose interest I've just been busy and reading other books too I'll be starting this book over and giving it a read and review by this weekend


  7. Rachel Clarke Rachel Clarke says:

    This fantasy adventure through the lives of 3 fantastic children is a truley inspiring book I wish I had discovered Ren Cummins before but thanks to good reads I can now start on book 2 of the trilogy


  8. Johnny Le Bon Johnny Le Bon says:

    I felt this was a little better than The Reaper Returns especially the ending


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8 thoughts on “The Morrow Stone (Chronicles of Aesirium, #2)

  1. Chris Forquer Chris Forquer says:

    An excellent first book that mixes action fantasy and steam punk

  2. Jim Jim says:

    I won this book in a First Reads giveaway The author sent it to me with a very cordial and personal note a courtesy that was much appreciatedI really enjoyed reading this imaginative and involving tale of three special children who rapidly become young adults in the course of eventsThe first of a trilogy this book introduces a richly imagined world full of dangers intrigue and evildoers that must be overcome by an evolving collaboration of the band of young heroes The characters and plot are drawn with a skill and subtlety that shows high skill in this very promising first novelI plan to pass this book along to my 10 year old avid reader son who should love the combination of fantasy magic and tough reality contained in these adventures I look forward to the remaining two books in this series and to other developments from the fertile imagination of this gifted author

  3. C.E. Smith C.E. Smith says:

    Having known Ren Cummins on Twitter for a while I had wanted to read his book for a long time Due to work it sadly took me a few months to finally finish it The ending especially was what grabbed me and the dynamics between the characters kept a steady pace throughout the novel Each character has their own refreshing uniue personality and this book is a fine addition to the world of SteampunkIt's a joy for readers at any age and I can see how the younger readers can find themselves in Rom Cousins or Kari Adults too will find it easy to escape in Rom's fascinating world Would recommend this for anyone who enjoys a good adventure with a splash of humor and I happily brought the next book when I was finished which I'm currently enjoying on my Kindle Bravo Mr Cummins Claire Smith

  4. H.L. Reasby H.L. Reasby says:

    Kids monsters and parasols oh myA wonderful introduction to a new and intriguing world where magic and steam age technology collide The Morrow Stone features complex characters intrigue and in the tradition of Harry Potter plays on the idea that kids are not nearly as fragile as we adults like to believe

  5. Matt Matt says:

    A most excellent adventure It reminds me a bit of author Charles de Lint Fantasy meets Adventure in this story that makes you feel like you are involved in the story Great job Ren Looking forward to the other 2 or 3 books I don't know why but I kept thinking of Pink Floyd songs while I read this book

  6. Nevertaken Nevertaken says:

    I won this book in a First Reads giveawayIt's now been over a month since I read a good 70 pages or so in but I didn't really lose interest I've just been busy and reading other books too I'll be starting this book over and giving it a read and review by this weekend

  7. Rachel Clarke Rachel Clarke says:

    This fantasy adventure through the lives of 3 fantastic children is a truley inspiring book I wish I had discovered Ren Cummins before but thanks to good reads I can now start on book 2 of the trilogy

  8. Johnny Le Bon Johnny Le Bon says:

    I felt this was a little better than The Reaper Returns especially the ending

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