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Title:
The final storm / by Wayne Thomas Batson.
ISBN:
9781400322664
Publication Information:
Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, 2013.
Physical Description:
370 pages : maps ; 22 cm.
General Note:
Sequel to: The rise of the Wyrm Lord.

"The Door Within Trilogy concludes ... book 3."
Abstract:
Paragor unites with the Wyrm Lord and the Seven Sleepers to launch an assault on the kingdom of Alleble and its allies, who face the coming onslaught believing that they will be victorious with the help of the Three Witnesses.
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Summary

Summary

The final installment of the thrilling The Door Within trilogy!

Pure evil collides as Paragor, the betrayer of the one true King Eliam, unites with the Wyrm Lord and the mythical Seven Sleepers to launch a full-scale assault on the Kingdom of Alleble. And while their enemies plot their next attack, Alleble's remaining allies flee from the four corners of The Realm to safety within the Alleble's walls. Once there, the allies find the Kingdom crestfallen, grieving a fallen hero. While Alleble and its allies prepare to face the coming onslaught, they cling to an ancient legend about three witnesses who have the power to bring victory. But is the legend true? And if it is, where are the witnesses?

Time is running out as darkness spreads over the Realm, and Paragor unleashes the final storm. But will anyone survive to see the dawn?

With over 250,000 copies sold in The Door Within trilogy, this is a perfect time to introduce this bestselling series to a new batch of readers. The fantasy genre is wildly popular among young readers, and The Final Storm is thrilling end to this epic trilogy!

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Reviews 1

Horn Book Review

In this final book in the trilogy, teens Aidan, Antoinette, and Robby reunite in a parallel fantasy world for an epic battle against evil. The thinly veiled Christian allegory restricts the plot, disallowing even a hint of moral complexity or internal conflict. Flatly fearless characters, uneven transitions between a confusing multitude of plot threads, and clichTd action sequences further dampen the adventure. (c) Copyright 2010. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. All rights reserved.


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