Blood in Snow

Blood in Snow The third installment in the epic RIDDLE IN STONE saga Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom Edmund the one eyed stuttering former librarian decides to stop running
  • Title: Blood in Snow
  • Author: Robert Evert
  • ISBN: 9781626813571
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Blood in Snow
    The third installment in the epic RIDDLE IN STONE saga.Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom, Edmund the one eyed, stuttering former librarian decides to stop running and make his final stand Along with his best friend, Pond Scum, and his manic dog, Becky, he must fight off goblins, magic users, and King Lionel s entire army in order to prThe third installment in the epic RIDDLE IN STONE saga.Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom, Edmund the one eyed, stuttering former librarian decides to stop running and make his final stand Along with his best friend, Pond Scum, and his manic dog, Becky, he must fight off goblins, magic users, and King Lionel s entire army in order to protect what he loves However, his deadliest adversary is the approaching winter, and neither Edmund nor his men have the supplies they need to survive.
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    About " Robert Evert "

  • Robert Evert

    By day, Robert Evert is an ordinary university professor bent on stamping out ignorance and apathy wherever they may rear their ugly heads By night, and during various faculty meetings, he is an aspiring fantasy writer Living in northeast Ohio with his wife, two sons, dog, four cats, and a host of imaginary friends, Robert enjoys teaching, yoga, hiking, and writing You may learn about Robert Evert at robertevert where he discusses being a neurotic writer Riddle in Stone is his first novel.If you would like to read the first chapter of Riddle in Stone, it is available at robertevert.If you read his work, please contact the author He d love to hear from you because he s very lonely.

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  • The end, well its always sad when a set of great books come to the end i have got very fond of edmund and his friends edmund is like me fat and as a stammer when he talks my is not as bad as it only happens when i am really tired.he is a hero the anti anti hero.Robert says there no books in this series as his publisher said no, but they are very badly wrong is this we the reader deserve to have books like thisis a book to make you angry, laugh,cheer and cry all at the same times a must read so [...]


  • koeur.wordpress 2014 06 27Publisher Diversion Publishing Date July 2014 ISBN 9781626813571 Genre Fantasy Rating 4.9 5Publisher Description Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom, Edmund the one eyed, stuttering former librarian decides to stop running and make his final stand Along with his best friend, Pond Scum, and his manic dog, Becky, he must fight off goblins, magic users, and King Lionel s entire army in order to protect what he loves However, his deadliest [...]


  • I listened to this book being performed as a audio book Right from the beginning Lester the Jester so funny hearing this being performed So humorous in many parts besides a good plotI wish there were of this author s books to read Loved it All the books of this trilogy are excellent



  • I read this book pretty much in 1 day, it was hard to put down I really hope we get a future instalment because I need Edit Okay I have time for a longer review now I m keeping this spoiler free so vague.Anyone else think of The Walking Dead when they think of Governor Edmund Is it just me But anyway, this book was a real treat It had a ton of excitement, and as usual the dialogue was great I always love when Edmund gets out of certain situations with his tongue instead of his blade My only gr [...]


  • Book Blood in Snow Riddle in Stone 3 Author Robert EvertStar rating Plot brilliantCharacters as good as everMovie Potential Ease of reading very easy to readCover PerfectSuitable Title YesWould I read it again YesComing into Book 3, straight after book 2, I can say that I was thrilled by the progression of the story Again, we go into the action straight away and don t have a complete retelling of the previous books in the first few pages, as often happensOTThe progression of the plot was fantast [...]


  • I enjoyed listening to this series, this book in particular.Enjoyable although at times very dark fantasy with goblins, trolls etc.Crazy King Lionel cracked me up Did anyone notice Edmund introduced himself as EDMUND, SON OF EVERT


  • Blood in Snow by Robert Evert, third book from The Riddle in Stone Series, is one really good and compelling book.Even if I expected the third book be mostly about how Edmund goes back to Undead King to rescue Molly s child, the third book was much than just an rescue mission.Before Edmund can concentrate on rescue he has to rebuild Rood and prepare it s new settlers to the upcoming winter New Rood has all kinds of new people who all give their best to build a solid community and help each othe [...]


  • And then it was done sad, sad, sad so very sad that we will not be visiting this story line any The book was great The characters were all true to form while having the typical inconsistencies that real people exhibit There was plenty of action, some periods of people being foolish like we all do , very enjoyable story line, moments of great hope, and moments of profound sadness.Even if the main story does not continue it would be interesting to follow some of the lesser characters in their futu [...]


  • Don t want to open it knowing it s the last book, and I ll miss Edmund It s too sad it would not last longer because it s a very good series, and it s obvious the author is creative enough to write You feel he s so passionate that he could go on and tell you new adventures almost forever At first, I was destabilized by his style, or his choices but it quickly became addictive Edmund is a character like no other, and the series is so refreshing it stands out of the mass, and will remain one of m [...]


  • The final book in the serie of Edmund and the Goblins In this book you get to see where Edmunds hard work have taken them, you ll see the fate of the highlands, read about the king and his armies, and of course, you ll find out how everything works out with our favorite goblins Mr Gurding and Kravel Even though the story ends with this book, I feel as though there might aswell be coming Perhaps not with Edmund, but the world has to offer, and I am curious to see what


  • Great plot, memorable charactersassic fantasy with a twist This is the third and probably final book in the Riddle in Stone series That s a sad fact and I m sorry I won t be able to read any further adventures of that atypical hero, Edmund This book cleared up some unfinished business but it also left enough loose ends to support another book what does Abby find on her adventure who, or what, is Ellie She s certainly not just a baby Maybe, some day, we ll find out.


  • The ending of the Riddle of the Stone series is the best of the trilogy Edmund, now the leader of Rood, must face both the King of the human empire in the South and the Undead King in the North I ve enjoyed Edmund s journey from stuttering loner to Town Governor King Ludwig though steals the show here, his character is truly memorable as the arrogant and idiotic King This series has been a lot of fun, sorry to see it end I ll keep an eye out for Robert Evert s next book.


  • A heart wrenching ending for one of the most realistic fantasy heroes ever More than an end, I hope it is just a finishing of a bloody arc in the greater mythos of the world There are so many loose ends which have to be closed up So, definitely a possibility for further books I will try my best to spread the word.


  • Going to miss this series a lot now it s finished Hopefully it will get picked up for further books as there s still a natural story progression Blood in Stone, like the other two books in the Riddle in Stone trilogy manages to take standard fantasy and turn it on its head whilst providing a relaxing and enjoyable read that you never want to end.


  • 3.75 stars This series is getting stronger in it s writing and interesting developments as it goes I was disappointed that it ended as I was to get drawn into the story and what was happening Definitely set up for a next book which should be a good read with all of the potential plot lines that are starting to come together A quick read for me I think I mostly read it in a day.


  • Great ending, though at times didn t really feel like an ending I want to know about the history of the land and the Undead king, etc Feels like there s still much to be explored in this world.


  • Simply superb This book wrapped up the trilogy so well, and I became so fond of Edmund and friends And now we need to know what Abby finds on her adventure, and about Ellie



  • Top reasons I m mad at Robert Evert 1 Why do you have to kill off characters I like 2 You re a tease That ending is going to drive me crazy for years P


  • 4.5 5 StarsProbably the best of the trilogy, although the first book comes very close Up until the last third of the book I was enthralled with it, I couldn t put it down and hours flew like leaves in the wind The book resumes the plot left at the end of the second book where Edmund and his town mates are working hard to rebuild Rood before winter comes It is then that the King is made aware of Rood s intentions of breaking up from the kingdom to become an independent republic I liked how some o [...]


  • The final installment in the epic Riddle in Stone saga Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom, Edmund the one eyed, stuttering former librarian decides to stop running and make his final stand Along with his best friend, Pond, and his manic dog, Becky, he must fight off goblins, magic users, and King Lionel s entire army in order to protect what he loves However, his deadliest adversary is the approaching winter, and neither Edmund nor his men have the supplies th [...]


  • I ve read all the books in this series and couldn t put them down and I loved this installment too, the story line and where it was going Well maybe with the sole exception of how comical the King was behaving and also how his war was evolving I had to suspend disbelief to buy half of it and it doesn t sit well with the gritty atmosphere that the previous installments set up As in other books of this trilogy, I like the characters and the humor, but then came the ending Leaving some threads open [...]


  • Call me a monster, but I m glad Pond is dead and that bro bonding became quickly too much after three booksd entering the tower, killig the king whose only power was to let you hack him until your arms go numb and going out, easy peasy well too easy.But the rest was good and smooth to read Loved the king, laughed out loud a couple of times after starting by hating him I was hoping to see magic but the way the book ended suggests that we are not done yey.


  • Although this book was still good I found myself a little bit disappointed in the ending It left a lot of room for another book or series which makes me hope that the author isn t done yet but at the same time I was hoping for something a little final and maybe happy I can t 100% put my finger on why I felt a little let down with the final book but overall still worth a read.


  • The end of the trilogy lived up to the promise of the first two books The main story came to a finish with a great battle, though not really a happily ever after There s still plenty of room left, though, for Evert to revisit this world, should he choose to.


  • Book 4 Evert did it again, a great tale of adventure and friendship told in an exciting way Like the first 2 books,I had difficulty putting this book down I wait impatiently for book 4.




  • It was a good read, just like the previous two installments However the ending was a little abrupt, leaving quite a few loose ends Will a fourth one follow


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