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Troll Mountain: Episode I par [Reilly, Matthew]
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Longueur : 49 pages Word Wise: Activé Langue : Anglais

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A dauntless young hero.

An army of brutal monsters.

An impossible quest.



Journey to the mountain ...



In an isolated valley, a small tribe of humans is dying from a terrible illness.



There are rumors, however, that the trolls of Troll Mountain, the valley's fearsome overlords, have found a cure for the illness: a fabulous elixir.



When his sister is struck down by the disease and his tribal leaders refuse to help him, an intrepid youth named Raf decides to defy his tribe and do the unthinkable: he will journey alone to Troll Mountain and steal the elixir from the dreaded trolls.



But to get to Troll Mountain, Raf will have to pass through dangerous swamps and haunting forests filled with wolves, hobgoblins and, worst of all, the ever-present danger of rogue trolls ...



The journey to the mountain has begun.



IN THIS, THE FIRST OF THREE SERIALIZED EPISODES, MATTHEW REILLY TAKES YOU ON HIS WILDEST RIDE YET: A HEADLONG QUEST TO THE DARK HEART OF THE KINGDOM OF THE TROLLS.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2637 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 49 pages
  • Editeur : Momentum (8 avril 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00IRX6UL0
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HASH(0x917f3d80) étoiles sur 5 A departure for Reilly - but a good one. 30 avril 2014
Par Jazztyke - Publié sur Amazon.com
I wasn't sure what to expect with this, I didn't expect that Matthew Reilly would write something so different to any of his previous books; but It's a good read. Well written and engaging. This is just part 1 though. You really need to read all 3 books.

Basic premise comes from mythology in the guise of Trolls and Hobgoblins (with a forward explaining that the myth could possibly have started at the time when Homo Sapiens Sapiens were the 'new kids' on the block alongside Neanderthal and Cro Magnon Man were sharing a region of earth.

Our hero is Raf, a small but clever human from a tribe of "Northmen" suffering famine and plague because Trolls, who controlled the waterways had dammed the river back at the source and had also found a cure for the plague. When Raf's sister falls ill with the plague he embarks on a foolhardy adventure into the land of the Trolls to steal some.

This and the other 2 books tell the take of this adventure. Buy it, it's easy reading, truly.
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HASH(0x917f3930) étoiles sur 5 Matthew Rielly doesn't dissapoint. 4 mai 2014
Par Reagan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Matthew Reilly continues to write interesting and engaging tales that surprise the reader. Having read all of the Jack West Jnr and Scarecrow tales I found The Tournament to be a brilliant and refreshing change of style and tone This new tale doesn't disappoint and while different to his others is certainly well worth a read.
HASH(0x917f3504) étoiles sur 5 A Very Entertaining Action-Packed Quest! 22 décembre 2014
Par gnash - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a wonderful story! I downloaded the first episode from the free list and it was long before I was back buying the second and third episodes. There are three quick read episodes: "Episode I: The Tyranny of the Trolls; Episode II: The Dark Kingdoms of the World; and Episode III: The Battle for Troll Mountain." The first episode introduces you to a dauntless young hero, an necessary but seemingly impossible quest, hobgoblins and a brutal army of trolls. Our hero's tribe is afflicted with an illness and the cure is on Troll Mountain. If our hero can survive the journey, he will have to face an army of monsters on the mountain. He picks up some very interesting companions and supporters along the way. in the second episode our hero and his companions must journey through the seemingly abandoned kingdom of the hobgloblins. The third episode is the battle for the cure on Troll Mountain. What is the cure and how would one recognized it? This is one among many questions you will ponder as you read this story. This story will have you thinking about contemporary issues like what makes a hero, what is the characteristic of a good society, what makes a good leader and how do we make sure our traditions are not based on untruths. However, you don't have to think about any of those things. It is just pure fun reading! It really is a great read. Troll Mountain is an action-fable that the whole family can enjoy. I downloaded it for my granddaughter so she could read it over Christmas break. There is an interesting interview with the author Matthew Reilly after the third episode. Download all three episodes or the novel as a whole. You will be glad you did. This is a story you will want to read over a cup of coffee (I actually had three). You will want to read it to your children and grandchildren. Enjoy!
HASH(0x917f3510) étoiles sur 5 I really enjoyed this series of novellas 11 mai 2014
Par SJJM - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a complete surprise from Matthew Reilly. The storyline and writing style is totally different from any other MR writing that I’ve read (that’s most of his books). The language used is quite simple, almost childlike, but that gives the book the very feeling that I’m being told a true story by some wise old man.

I may be on the wrong track, but I see the story has a much deeper meaning. My guess is that it’s really making a statement on how the real world works. It’s entertaining and the plot moves along at a brisk pace, so I’m jumping straight into Episode II.

In a nutshell: Check my final thoughts for Episode III.

PS. I’ve decided to write these review comments as I complete each book. I wanted to capture my thoughts on each episode before I was backed up or disproved in the next episode/s. So, you’ll either see how way off I was along the way … or be amazed at how perceptive I was ahead of the final climax (see, I’m even assuming there’s an awesome climax as I write this).

Note: I don’t claim to be a pro-reviewer, I am a reader. My reviews are based on my personal thoughts around the story that the book is trying to tell. I try to focus on the story (which is the reason I read) rather than dissect the book and pass comment on typos, writing style or structure.
HASH(0x917f348c) étoiles sur 5 A GOOD AND INTERESTING BEGINNING... 14 avril 2014
Par Greggorio! - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book reads like a modern version of THE HOBBIT. It has a stronger emotional connection, a simpler goal (to begin with, anyway) and one simple, basic enemy. The writing is simple, direct and basic. The hero of the story, young Raf, is living with his sister after losing both parents to a troll attack. A dreadful plague has since hit the precinct and the sole holders of the cure are the trolls, who live in the Black Mountains. Despite growing up small and weak boned, Raf develops his own weapons, gets laughed at and humiliated by the local village chief, but when his sister goes down with the plague, young Raf decides to bite the bullet, and steal the elixir from the trolls.

On his own.

The book improves as the reader progresses. Characterisation has not really had a chance to shine by the time Raf leaves on his quest as the only people we have met in the story are Raf, his sister, and some of other the locals. I cant wait to find out how episode one of this trilogy finishes. One assumes it does so on a cliffhanger, as episodes two and three are due out in a few days. I am off now to see how this part finishes, so i can go straight on to part two.

Three stars for this early effort.

BFN Greggorio!
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