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It will take the Keepers of legend to save Queensland. Too bad all they’ve got is a man haunted by his past, a failure at magic, and an untrained girl. Mallon the Undying’s reign of terror ended eight years ago when he entered the elven wood and never returned. The country of Queensland has shakily returned to normal, and the Keepers who helped defend her have returned t It will take the Keepers of legend to save Queensland. Too bad all they’ve got is a man haunted by his past, a failure at magic, and an untrained girl. Mallon the Undying’s reign of terror ended eight years ago when he entered the elven wood and never returned. The country of Queensland has shakily returned to normal, and the Keepers who helped defend her have returned to their own pursuits as historians, storytellers, and studiers of magic. But Mallon’s moniker was truer than anyone knew. His followers still work to keep his ruthless ideas alive by abducting powerful children, sowing discord among the people, and nibbling away at Queensland’s borders. Unfortunately, the Keepers left between Queensland and destruction are: -Alaric, who betrayed everything he believed to save his wife — and still failed. -Will, a storyteller who’s convinced his weak magic makes him useless. -And Sini, a former slave girl with unimagined power but no way to wield it. With the help of unsettling elves, gruff dwarves, sentient stones, and magical swords, Alaric, Will, and Sini will have to find a way to overcome their own weaknesses and face the growing shadows. Can the Keepers survive being hunted by dragons, attacked by frost goblins, and deceived by wizards? Or will Mallon's forces of destruction overwhelm them and the land they love? The complete trilogy of The Keepers Chronicles includes: A Threat of Shadows Pursuit of Shadows Siege of Shadows


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It will take the Keepers of legend to save Queensland. Too bad all they’ve got is a man haunted by his past, a failure at magic, and an untrained girl. Mallon the Undying’s reign of terror ended eight years ago when he entered the elven wood and never returned. The country of Queensland has shakily returned to normal, and the Keepers who helped defend her have returned t It will take the Keepers of legend to save Queensland. Too bad all they’ve got is a man haunted by his past, a failure at magic, and an untrained girl. Mallon the Undying’s reign of terror ended eight years ago when he entered the elven wood and never returned. The country of Queensland has shakily returned to normal, and the Keepers who helped defend her have returned to their own pursuits as historians, storytellers, and studiers of magic. But Mallon’s moniker was truer than anyone knew. His followers still work to keep his ruthless ideas alive by abducting powerful children, sowing discord among the people, and nibbling away at Queensland’s borders. Unfortunately, the Keepers left between Queensland and destruction are: -Alaric, who betrayed everything he believed to save his wife — and still failed. -Will, a storyteller who’s convinced his weak magic makes him useless. -And Sini, a former slave girl with unimagined power but no way to wield it. With the help of unsettling elves, gruff dwarves, sentient stones, and magical swords, Alaric, Will, and Sini will have to find a way to overcome their own weaknesses and face the growing shadows. Can the Keepers survive being hunted by dragons, attacked by frost goblins, and deceived by wizards? Or will Mallon's forces of destruction overwhelm them and the land they love? The complete trilogy of The Keepers Chronicles includes: A Threat of Shadows Pursuit of Shadows Siege of Shadows

30 review for The Keeper Chronicles: The Complete Epic Fantasy Trilogy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Meenaz Lodhi

    “I am on the side of truth and right and goodness.” “Everything is light. Everything that lives glows with it.It is the source of all vitae, life.” There’s a layer of complexity to the story line that not only keeps readers guessing, but lends to a closer examination of the emotional and spiritual stakes in life choices. It’s about how far you might push yourself, and how much of your own humanity you might have to sacrifice to save those you love. This story is more like people in real life than “I am on the side of truth and right and goodness.” “Everything is light. Everything that lives glows with it.It is the source of all vitae, life.” There’s a layer of complexity to the story line that not only keeps readers guessing, but lends to a closer examination of the emotional and spiritual stakes in life choices. It’s about how far you might push yourself, and how much of your own humanity you might have to sacrifice to save those you love. This story is more like people in real life than typical fictional characters. As the story comes to it’s conclusion, we find ourselves questioning our earlier judgements. Are the good guys really that good? Are the bad guys really that bad? Or is everyone really more alike than different, separated only by matters of degree, on the same scale of good versus bad. I found myself wanting to slow down, almost saddened by the impending end. This is where everything comes to its final, spectacular conslusion. I couldn’t conciliate sleep after finishing the book! It left me with a warm feeling, albeit the loss and sacrifices. It has been an overwhelming experience of hope, resilience, determination, faith in oneself to overcome the fears residing deep within. A thoughtful, captivating and fascinating read! My congratulations to JA Andrews for a magnificent trilogy!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    There are times when you rate a book or in this case a trilogy and you see the 5 stars you just have it and you think that's not enough this series is an easy 10 stars . If you've ever thought that then you like me understand that sometimes you just need more . J. A . Andrews trilogy is simple amazing . This story grabs you almost from the start and doesn't let got until the end . The main characters are fleshed out perfectly and you become vested in them and hang on decisions they make and hop There are times when you rate a book or in this case a trilogy and you see the 5 stars you just have it and you think that's not enough this series is an easy 10 stars . If you've ever thought that then you like me understand that sometimes you just need more . J. A . Andrews trilogy is simple amazing . This story grabs you almost from the start and doesn't let got until the end . The main characters are fleshed out perfectly and you become vested in them and hang on decisions they make and hope it's the right one . The world building is excellent and you feel as if your there . For older readers and younger readers and everyone in between if you love fantasy then you have to get this series and be prepared to be taken on an unforgettable journey , isn't that what fantasy is about , the adventure . So go buy this series read it review it and spread the word . Now go buy it you will not regret it for one second .

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cas Meadowfield

    Epic Wonderful characters, dangerous magic objects and adventures found nowhere else. These Keeper stories kept me up late as I tried to find a place in the story that I could bear to close the book... And get some sleep.

  4. 4 out of 5

    cheryl bunting

    A thrilling read THE Keepers chronicles book one. If I could give this more stars then I would it’s packed full of adventure betrayal and a little bit of sadness mixed in. Follow Alaric a keeper wholesale seeks knowledge. Ayda and elf with a burden she should not carry. Duglon a dwarf with an axe Brandson a black smith. Milly a milk made. They set off on an adventure to stop a shade seeker, and encounter a lot of trouble along the way, I’ll be honest I couldn’t put the book down; it’s filled with fun la A thrilling read THE Keepers chronicles book one. If I could give this more stars then I would it’s packed full of adventure betrayal and a little bit of sadness mixed in. Follow Alaric a keeper wholesale seeks knowledge. Ayda and elf with a burden she should not carry. Duglon a dwarf with an axe Brandson a black smith. Milly a milk made. They set off on an adventure to stop a shade seeker, and encounter a lot of trouble along the way, I’ll be honest I couldn’t put the book down; it’s filled with fun laughter and a tiny bit of sadness to. But what is a book if it does not pull on the heart strings eh? Book 2 is just as good. Follow the Keeper Will, as he searches for his long-lost sister Ilisa. A Ranger Sora who doesn’t know if she should trust Will. A slave girl Rass who has an unhealthy obsession with Grass, but is there more to her what it seems? We see old friends from the first book, too, I couldn’t put it down, although a slow start once the pace picked up a bit I was enthralled with the book. I almost don’t want to read book three because it will end…. Book three, Sini who we met in book two, becomes a keeper though she feels as though she does not belong. I absolutely love sin, I love her unusual gift. She breathes life in to the old keepers and hope to a better future, I didn’t just read it, I felt it, saw it, smelt it, everything was written as if I was standing next to Sin. I cried, I laughed, my only regret is finishing this book, I didn’t want it to end. I urge anyone who hasn’t read it yet to read it you will not regret it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alon Lankri

    This series is quite readable and has a whimsical quality to it which I enjoyed. The writer is talented and managed to transport me well to the world. Some points bother me though, primarily to do with pacing: 1. The magic system is inconsistent and the costs of doing magic aren't high enough considering the abundance. 2. Things move too quickly: the big reveal in book one, the resolution of the second and third book and so on. 3. People have far too rapid changes of heart. 4. There isn't enough This series is quite readable and has a whimsical quality to it which I enjoyed. The writer is talented and managed to transport me well to the world. Some points bother me though, primarily to do with pacing: 1. The magic system is inconsistent and the costs of doing magic aren't high enough considering the abundance. 2. Things move too quickly: the big reveal in book one, the resolution of the second and third book and so on. 3. People have far too rapid changes of heart. 4. There isn't enough sacrifice and impact of loss. The protagonists don't suffer enough agony to make us sympathize with them. All the elements are in the story but they are rushed through. 5. Due to all of these I don't buy Queensland as a country, it feels hollow, more like a stage in a play. The attitude toward the keepers felt consistently off throughout the series. Nonetheless, this author has a lot of potential and if they revise or learn from the mistakes in this series for their next project it could be great. I saw a promo for a series set far before this one and I'll say that it didn't attract me, I dislike prequels unless there is a compelling reason to go back to examine them, and I didn't find one here.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heaven Law

    Wow I do not often leave a 5-star review these three books were absolutely amazing they were all written had hidden plots exciting storyline both heroines and heroes one of the best fantasy books I've read in a long time and I can't wait for her new series 2 come out Facebook's initially started out but the story of the keepers the first book is about a male keeper and his journey to save the woman he loves by any means necessary he meets a team of diverse people along the way and sets the founda Wow I do not often leave a 5-star review these three books were absolutely amazing they were all written had hidden plots exciting storyline both heroines and heroes one of the best fantasy books I've read in a long time and I can't wait for her new series 2 come out Facebook's initially started out but the story of the keepers the first book is about a male keeper and his journey to save the woman he loves by any means necessary he meets a team of diverse people along the way and sets the foundation for the series in the second book it is also a male keeper in a hostel and does not like keepers or anything to do with the wrong type of magic meaning not there magic he's on the hunt for a sister stolen at the age of 2 he makes some unlikely friends along the way and his journey opens the path to the third and final book The Third part of this story is about a female keeper the only female who has a special brand of magic is about her journey to find herself and to save the country from somebody that she loves and considered family along the way she finds out who she is is a wonderful end to the series of books

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tony Gallo

    I would consider myself an old school fantasy lover and spent much of my youth reading Tolkien, McKiernan, McCaffrey, Tad Williams and pretty much anyone else I could get my hands on. Recently I have dove into indie fantasy and let me tell you, JA Andrews is leaps and bounds ahead of the field, her story telling is phenomenal and you can't help but get sucked in and feel fully immersed while reading. Once you hit that 30% point of each book you can't help but get swept up in the story, you have I would consider myself an old school fantasy lover and spent much of my youth reading Tolkien, McKiernan, McCaffrey, Tad Williams and pretty much anyone else I could get my hands on. Recently I have dove into indie fantasy and let me tell you, JA Andrews is leaps and bounds ahead of the field, her story telling is phenomenal and you can't help but get sucked in and feel fully immersed while reading. Once you hit that 30% point of each book you can't help but get swept up in the story, you have to pick up the book every free minute you have until you finish it. Getting a little fatigued by all the grimdark books? Looking for something to rekindle that same passion you had as a kid the first time you read about dragons? This is it, this is the story. She will make you laugh, she will make you cheer, she will make you send her messages about how your wife asks what's going on in the story because you are crying into your coffee mug while reading! Her side story (and bonus story) fit in so well with the main trilogy that I have tremendously high hopes for future novels.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gayreth Walden

    "Wildly entertaining fantasy" First I would like to say that I have already read and reviewed the first two books, A Threat of Shadows and Pursuit of Shadows, both fantastic books. So I will focus this review on Siege of Shadows, book #3. This book was heartpounding, emotional and very satisfying. Good vs Evil is an old theme, however, this storyline is totally unique and awesome! We get to follow Sini, the first female keeper in two hundred years to use Sunfire. She is an enchanting character an "Wildly entertaining fantasy" First I would like to say that I have already read and reviewed the first two books, A Threat of Shadows and Pursuit of Shadows, both fantastic books. So I will focus this review on Siege of Shadows, book #3. This book was heartpounding, emotional and very satisfying. Good vs Evil is an old theme, however, this storyline is totally unique and awesome! We get to follow Sini, the first female keeper in two hundred years to use Sunfire. She is an enchanting character and I just fell in love with her as she deals with self discovery, hope, friendship, betrayal, loss and even love. The Book is full of beautiful and rich characters, fantastic world building, magic and dragons. It is fast paced and exciting. A real page turner from beginning to end for me. An epic journey of magic and adventure. I give this book two thumbs up for a perfect fantasy read! The writing is incredible! I give this the highest recommendation possible! A Must Read!.... Thank you miss Andrews for some fantastic storytelling!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    I loved this book so much that I looked to see what else J. Andrews had written. What a great world she has created. I would have finished it sooner but rationed myself so I could take time to enjoy it. The 3 books each deal with a different Keeper but all link together. The Keepers are people who have certain magical powers but each has different special powers . Every so many years a new keeper is born but for some reason there have been none found recently. As the book progresses you discover I loved this book so much that I looked to see what else J. Andrews had written. What a great world she has created. I would have finished it sooner but rationed myself so I could take time to enjoy it. The 3 books each deal with a different Keeper but all link together. The Keepers are people who have certain magical powers but each has different special powers . Every so many years a new keeper is born but for some reason there have been none found recently. As the book progresses you discover what has happened to cause this and the Keepers and their friends work to overcome the problem. What I especially liked was how human the Keepers were, all with their own doubts and uncertainties. Of course the mixture of friends they had was also intriguing including a dwarf and a few very special elves. A great read which I would thoroughly recommend to anyone who enjoys fantasy set in another world.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ryn

    Really in-depth emotional content. It’s heavy but so entertaining and well written you can’t help but keep reading it. I really got invested in the characters and there were definitely tears and a great urge to know more to the point of being frustrated at distractions. I ADORED Will, the idea of him of being able to remember every story ever read or heard. I’m so envious of him even though he feels like less of a Keeper for other reasons. We follow one Keeper through each book Alaric - Will - S Really in-depth emotional content. It’s heavy but so entertaining and well written you can’t help but keep reading it. I really got invested in the characters and there were definitely tears and a great urge to know more to the point of being frustrated at distractions. I ADORED Will, the idea of him of being able to remember every story ever read or heard. I’m so envious of him even though he feels like less of a Keeper for other reasons. We follow one Keeper through each book Alaric - Will - Sini. Will was undoubtedly my favorite to the point that I had trouble getting into Sini’s story afterword. Nevertheless, there is an inevitable epic quest for each of them to tackle as they are struggling with their own personal issues. I feel Andrews works the epic tale well around the fears and challenges in the personal life of the Keeper.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    Andrews is crazy. She asked for honest reviews so that's what I'll give. I've always been an avid reader and have read many stand alones and series. A lot of series I have gotten irritated with for different reasons. Some could have been better served in single novel, some could have been a set of two, some a trilogy, and some work as an extended series but are best read in order or the reader will be confused or each will end as a cliffhanger or something. These books are all great stand alone Andrews is crazy. She asked for honest reviews so that's what I'll give. I've always been an avid reader and have read many stand alones and series. A lot of series I have gotten irritated with for different reasons. Some could have been better served in single novel, some could have been a set of two, some a trilogy, and some work as an extended series but are best read in order or the reader will be confused or each will end as a cliffhanger or something. These books are all great stand alone books, and for somebody who can write these kind of stories there are way too many interesting characters to stop at three books! (And a side story) I guess we can only hope the crazy lady will come to her senses and realize her readers shouldn't be cheated and will continue to chronicle the Keepers

  12. 5 out of 5

    Monique Timberlake-brady

    Not only were these books interesting and enjoyable, but they were SO WELL WRITTEN!! The characters behaved in such a real way and everyone's actions and motivations were entirely believable. Loved these books!The Keeper Chronicles: The Complete Epic Fantasy TrilogyThe Keeper Chronicles: The Complete Epic Fantasy Trilogy Not only were these books interesting and enjoyable, but they were SO WELL WRITTEN!! The characters behaved in such a real way and everyone's actions and motivations were entirely believable. Loved these books!The Keeper Chronicles: The Complete Epic Fantasy TrilogyThe Keeper Chronicles: The Complete Epic Fantasy Trilogy

  13. 4 out of 5

    sherri jones-teachout

    Great box set. Wonderful fantasy read, with that become so real. Each story could be read as a stand alone because the author does a good job of explaining each of the main characters in all the books, and giving a brief explanation of their back story. Loved how each book was complete (no cliffhangers), but it was nice to read all of the books in order in one set. They read as one continuing story, with each book about a main character, but characters from previous books are in also in each boo Great box set. Wonderful fantasy read, with that become so real. Each story could be read as a stand alone because the author does a good job of explaining each of the main characters in all the books, and giving a brief explanation of their back story. Loved how each book was complete (no cliffhangers), but it was nice to read all of the books in order in one set. They read as one continuing story, with each book about a main character, but characters from previous books are in also in each book, as important characters to the stories. Secondary characters were funny, charming, scary, and awesome to read about.

  14. 5 out of 5

    jonathan rose

    This set of books reminded me of dungeon and dragons, tolkien, c.s Lewis and games like EverQuest, a story of a few people working together to thwart evil.It is also a throwback to dragonlance series of books and earmarked writer's keep up the splendid work and I hope i live to read many more of your stories. One of the best books i have read this year. Hopefully next book will have a map of your world. Only problem with doing reviews is that it won't allow us on kindle to submit it until over a ce This set of books reminded me of dungeon and dragons, tolkien, c.s Lewis and games like EverQuest, a story of a few people working together to thwart evil.It is also a throwback to dragonlance series of books and earmarked writer's keep up the splendid work and I hope i live to read many more of your stories. One of the best books i have read this year. Hopefully next book will have a map of your world. Only problem with doing reviews is that it won't allow us on kindle to submit it until over a certain amount of words are written, which is a great shame as usually i won't review because of this.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rasika

    Excellent series There are very few things more satisfying in life than well written books and this is one of them. There are three books with three very different protagonist, their lives, friendships and magic. Each character is unique and well thought of and there is no redundancy. There are almost no loopholes in the stories (or if there are, they’re insignificant). The heroes are people with flaws and villains have redeemable qualities. The writing flows as if someone is telling a story and Excellent series There are very few things more satisfying in life than well written books and this is one of them. There are three books with three very different protagonist, their lives, friendships and magic. Each character is unique and well thought of and there is no redundancy. There are almost no loopholes in the stories (or if there are, they’re insignificant). The heroes are people with flaws and villains have redeemable qualities. The writing flows as if someone is telling a story and I could not put the books down. A must read for fantasy lovers who like logical stories with sensible, relatable characters.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Bergstrom de Leon

    I absolutely adored these books! I demolished them. I am not always one for a series but as this was only three (usually my limit) I gave it a chance and I'm so glad I did. Though each book is a continuation of the story each focuses on an entirely different character and set of challenges in a way I haven't read before. I was so enamored with each of the protagonists and their cast of characters for completely different reasons but Andrews did an superb job building both this world and these ch I absolutely adored these books! I demolished them. I am not always one for a series but as this was only three (usually my limit) I gave it a chance and I'm so glad I did. Though each book is a continuation of the story each focuses on an entirely different character and set of challenges in a way I haven't read before. I was so enamored with each of the protagonists and their cast of characters for completely different reasons but Andrews did an superb job building both this world and these characters and flushing out their truths, fears and motivations. For anyone looking for some good entertaining fantasy I give this trilogy a huge thumbs up!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Neil

    Read on to be rewarded The first book in this trilogy is a little lack lustre in so far as the character development, except for Alaric, is not particularly well done and the plot is not that engaging, but that’s not to say it’s not an enjoyable read, it is, but not as good as it could have been. However, the second and third books totally make up for the first books short comings. All the new characters are well developed and even the old ones from book one are more real, when they make an appeara Read on to be rewarded The first book in this trilogy is a little lack lustre in so far as the character development, except for Alaric, is not particularly well done and the plot is not that engaging, but that’s not to say it’s not an enjoyable read, it is, but not as good as it could have been. However, the second and third books totally make up for the first books short comings. All the new characters are well developed and even the old ones from book one are more real, when they make an appearance. The plot moves along at a nice pace with an engaging plot line, that unlike the one in book one, you can not guess what’s coming.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Monique Ferrier

    One of the best stories I have read since Harry Potter What a wild imagination, Where does J A Andrews find such concepts as “vitalle “ to describe the life force present in all things and everybody? Can speak about dwarves, humans, elves, goblins and dragons with such intimacy they become real in our imagination? Yes, of course, I will read all the past and future books of this talented author... starting by reopening the first book of this trilogy I just finished a few minutes ago, this time wi One of the best stories I have read since Harry Potter What a wild imagination, Where does J A Andrews find such concepts as “vitalle “ to describe the life force present in all things and everybody? Can speak about dwarves, humans, elves, goblins and dragons with such intimacy they become real in our imagination? Yes, of course, I will read all the past and future books of this talented author... starting by reopening the first book of this trilogy I just finished a few minutes ago, this time without rushing with anticipation but taking all my time and savoring fully every single word. Thumbs up! You are a true storyteller!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kelleigh

    Had me reading day and night! This had just about everything you want in a neat little package. I could not put this down, it was that good. The characters have you rooting for them, angry with them, scared for them and crying for them on every page. The story grabs you and draws on every emotion in your being. Heartbreaking moments, joyful events and everything in between. This is one I devoured in the beginning but halfway through book three, I needed to slow down so it would last longer. I did Had me reading day and night! This had just about everything you want in a neat little package. I could not put this down, it was that good. The characters have you rooting for them, angry with them, scared for them and crying for them on every page. The story grabs you and draws on every emotion in your being. Heartbreaking moments, joyful events and everything in between. This is one I devoured in the beginning but halfway through book three, I needed to slow down so it would last longer. I did not want it to end. Sadly it does but there is more on the horizon, according to the author. I for one can't wait!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia S. Peralta

    Excellent story Very strong storyline and character development. If you love stories of dwarves, elves, dragons and magical beings, then this trilogy is for you. The story reaches deep into the question of what makes you, you. The story came alive for me and I laughed, cried, and breathed relief when a character survived their travails and became a better, stronger person than before. You feel loss, you feel joy and at the end, you feel yes, that was the way it was supposed to be. You will love t Excellent story Very strong storyline and character development. If you love stories of dwarves, elves, dragons and magical beings, then this trilogy is for you. The story reaches deep into the question of what makes you, you. The story came alive for me and I laughed, cried, and breathed relief when a character survived their travails and became a better, stronger person than before. You feel loss, you feel joy and at the end, you feel yes, that was the way it was supposed to be. You will love this story!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Angela Gutierrez

    I got this on sale at some point on my Kindle, and I wasn't expecting much from this trilogy, but boy, am I glad I stumbled upon it! I love the idea that Keepers tell stories and guard a whole library, but they can wield magic. It's like the hidden wish of a book nerd like me. I fell in love with the characters and the relationships that were formed between them. The plot was intriguing and held my interest. This trilogy reminds me a lot of Lord of the Rings with the diversity of characters, the I got this on sale at some point on my Kindle, and I wasn't expecting much from this trilogy, but boy, am I glad I stumbled upon it! I love the idea that Keepers tell stories and guard a whole library, but they can wield magic. It's like the hidden wish of a book nerd like me. I fell in love with the characters and the relationships that were formed between them. The plot was intriguing and held my interest. This trilogy reminds me a lot of Lord of the Rings with the diversity of characters, the complexity of the conflicts, and the range of the adventures.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Diana Booth

    Love this series I came across The Keeper Chronicles by chance and am so glad I did! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed everything about these books. The characters are so likeable. The story is intriguing, light-hearted, entertaining, magical, funny, sad, creative and clever. There is magic, elves, dwarves, dragons, goblins, wars, a bit of romance, villains and many other parts that are important in an epic fantasy. Thanks JA Andrews, I enjoyed spending time with Alaric, Will and Sini.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Peter Swanson

    An entertaining tale. Andrews Keeper Chronicles is an entertaining enough tale of humans, dwarves, elves and dragons. I like that each book of the trilogy is told from a different point of view. If you are looking for high fantasy with epic battles between good and evil you may be disappointed. Instead the author plays on the emotional turmoils of her characters. I felt that the world building could have been better and at times the storyline was predictable, but that being said, there are severa An entertaining tale. Andrews Keeper Chronicles is an entertaining enough tale of humans, dwarves, elves and dragons. I like that each book of the trilogy is told from a different point of view. If you are looking for high fantasy with epic battles between good and evil you may be disappointed. Instead the author plays on the emotional turmoils of her characters. I felt that the world building could have been better and at times the storyline was predictable, but that being said, there are several plot twists and interesting characters to keep the reader engrossed.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jean Downing

    Great series - Everyone is looking for something In each of these three stories about magical wise people, called the keepers, the main figure is looking for something or someone. Who and what each of them find is the story. All three stories are highly entertaining and the last book nicely wraps it all up, but still leaves room for a fourth in the series, which I’m hoping happens some day.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rachael Waldrep

    Hungry for more I am an avid reader of fantasy fiction. This is the first i have read from ja Andrews but I'm looking forward to more from her. This trilogy moved seamlessly from the original characters and enveloped the stories of all the characters to a flawless end. The writing was captivating and thankfully didn't have distracting grammatical errors of other authors. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves a good story.

  26. 5 out of 5

    TC Marques

    A stunning journey! I loved the whole series! Each book is a delight! Fast and fun paced! Full of twists and turns that just keep you wanting for more and more! I love how everything evolved and developed! World building, characters and plot are so well weaved into one another that I can only describe this books as an amazing journey! Looking forward to reading more about Douglon and Avina and all of the Keepers.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Shughes

    Fantastic Fantasy I love these books and the thought the author has put into the world building makes them a joy to read as your transported along. There is a bit of everything with friendship building, flawed heroes, magic and dragons forming the base for the storyline which is well paced and well developed. Some tears appeared along the way but I was most sad to finish this epic bundle as its such an enjoyable read

  28. 4 out of 5

    Trish Stepp

    An amazing trilogy Seriously. Few writers can actually make you truly love a character. This series is fantastic. I am very interested in seeing what else this wonderful author has to offer. Her characters are easily relatable and her ability to write new ideas into old fantasy ideas is very cool. A very good series to read thru. I put this series in the same category as Wheel of Time, and the Sword of Shannara at the very least. Thank you Mrs. Andrews for sharing.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Paul D Gittins

    I read the entire trilogy before writing this review. I liked the various types of magic and how they were used. The books were well written and the stories compelling. I will be looking forward to more from this author as other stories and adventures of the Keepers comes out. The books were written well enough so I could "see" myself right there with the characters. I could almost feel their pain. Nicely done.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Craig Scott

    Great Fantasy 5 stars all the way. Great character development and story telling are crucial to this genre and this is very well done. The world is built beautifully with all the different locations, people's and others as well as differing locations back and forth. The world is undoubtedly large but feels familiar, particularly in Queensland with its Monarchical and Court feel. Great job and look forward to more from this author.

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