• Knights: The Eye of Divinity

  • A Novel of Epic Fantasy (The Knights Series, Book 1)
  • By: Robert E. Keller
  • Narrated by: Lee Strayer
  • Length: 10 hrs and 30 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)

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Knights: The Eye of Divinity

By: Robert E. Keller
Narrated by: Lee Strayer
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Publisher's Summary

Strange and legendary Dremlock Kingdom is facing destruction from both within and beyond its stone walls in the form of goblins - creatures spawned by evil that come in all shapes and sizes - and the Deep Shadow, a hungry and spreading force of dark sorcery that infects people with madness.

To save their kingdom, the knights recruit a lonely and isolated boy named Lannon who lives in a wooded valley with his crazy father, who bears a dark illness of the soul, and his foul-tempered mother. Lannon is sought out because he possesses a rare power called the Eye of Divinity. The knights need Lannon's gift to see through the fog of evil that shrouds Dremlock Kingdom and give them the advantage they need to turn the tables on their ancient foe.

With the help of his friends, Lannon tries desperately to unlock the Eye of Divinity in time to save Dremlock Kingdom from otherwise certain doom. With the Deep Shadow creeping around the kingdom and infecting hearts and minds, Lannon isn't sure if anyone in Dremlock can even be trusted. Lannon finds himself, and his fellow squires, caught in a web of mystery and magic, in a kingdom where anything can happen.

©2011 Robert E. Keller (P)2013 Robert E. Keller

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this is such a great story I've read all that are out so happy to see the first two the series on audible and can't wait to get the rest of them

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Great story

As you start listening to the story it kept getting more and more interesting. To the point I would go home and go into my living room and listen to the story. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to be drawn into another world.

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  • 04-07-20

I love this book, I love the voice

would recommend to anyone who love hobbit ect can't even tell you how many times I have played this book and I enjoy it every time.

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  • kidakiba
  • 10-19-18

AMZINING

Love your work can't wait for more, it great to hear one of my favorite series of book brought to life

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  • 02-03-15

Great characters and a great story

The characters are great and believe able story flows nicely and reader changes voices for each of the characters the writer has produced.