Dawn of the Knight I - Xeltian Invitation

Dawn of the Knight I - Xeltian Invitation

Steven M. Vincent / Dec 12, 2019

Dawn of the Knight I Xeltian Invitation In the spring of Minores the world of Xeltia brought its black army to bear down upon the kingdoms of mankind Led by the Corrupter and her Knight they sought the Collapse a fate worse than death

  • Title: Dawn of the Knight I - Xeltian Invitation
  • Author: Steven M. Vincent
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  • Page: 435
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  • In the spring of 220 Minores, the world of Xeltia brought its black army to bear down upon the kingdoms of mankind Led by the Corrupter and her Knight, they sought the Collapse a fate worse than death, encompassing all and never to be undone.Yet as the three kings united and the true knights arose, the onslaught was met on the eastern plains of Rolace Many lives were eIn the spring of 220 Minores, the world of Xeltia brought its black army to bear down upon the kingdoms of mankind Led by the Corrupter and her Knight, they sought the Collapse a fate worse than death, encompassing all and never to be undone.Yet as the three kings united and the true knights arose, the onslaught was met on the eastern plains of Rolace Many lives were ended, kingdoms shattered, but in the end the terrible evil was driven away An era of flourishing peace would follow, which men called the Dawn.But decades would pass, and this would become legend True knights would fade, and the Corrupter would return, once again seeking the Collapse Her Xeltian Knight would pit the hearts of man against his brothers using their anger, greed, and lust There would be no united resistance this time Only a boy seeking to fulfill a promise.

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      • Steven M. Vincent

        I began writing in 2008 and have been writing ever since, self publishing my first novel in 2012 and many after that My stories make you laugh or take you on adventures sometimes both at once, and I can guarantee they re different from what you re used to in a good way In addition to writing, I study the Bible, play too many video games, make jewelry, and keep up with a herd of cats and dogs.


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    1. 'Dawn of the Knight I - Xeltian Invitation' is the action-packed tale of Egon who, along with his friends, embarks upon a perilous quest to defeat the Xeltian Knight. The first thing I noticed once I started reading this book was how vividly the characters were depicted. The introduction of each new character brought them to life instantly, and I very much enjoyed the interactions between the different characters. I have to say my favourite is the elf Aewulf as I found him pretty amusing through [...]


    2. For all of the fantasy/epic lovers out there, Dawn of the Knight I: Xeltian Invitation by Steven M. Vincent is a book for you. This high adventure epic is action packed and full of surprises.The author did a great job of developing the storyline. Just when you think you have the story figured out he throws in another twist and keeps you on the edge of your seat. You will not want to put this book down.The characters are all very believable and easy to identify with. I really liked the way Steven [...]


    3. Great book with around 500 pages, all full of quality. Dawn of the Knight is a must read for any fan of high fantasy! You won't find any scenes describing a single tree for 600 words either. If it were humanly possible I would of probably read it in one day, that's how hooked you get. Egon has such a special personality, he can fill you with courage as you read. I thought all the characters were great and the book respects traditional fantasy myths like elves and dwarves we'll seamlessly inter g [...]


    4. 5 Star! I wish I could give it more. This is the best book I ever read! I think any fan of fantasy would enjoy it as much as I did.I loved the world Steven M. Vincent created, it was realistic- yet without that boringness you get in most fantasy settings.Narration has a fresh voice, that’s also very classic feeling. The book will make you feel cool for reading.The characters are all really good, and I could relate with all their struggles without feeling like I’m falling in a hopeless hole o [...]


    5. Egon's struggle is something I think we can all relate with. When I wrote this book, I chose two major themes; the first being change - for better or for worse - in oneself and in others, and the second being promises; how far will we go to keep them?The result was something I hadn't expected, and I was the one in control of the story! Every character developed his or her own set of dreams and matching regrets that stood in the way. The storyline became the main cast growing as individuals and a [...]


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