Any One Else
read one of these books? there soo good....
Green Rider by Kristen Britain
First Rider's Call (Green Rider, Book 2) by Kristen Britain
The High King's Tomb (Green Rider, Book 3) by Kristen Britain
there such a good series (though i know have to wait for the next one to come out, the agony)and i want to talk about them, but no one i know has read them, will read them, or they just plain don't read
I feel like I read loads, just never books - what's the series about?
I'm sure my mum was talking about those books. She's a librarian, so she probably was.
Its about a girl who runs away from school and meets a messager for the king of her country that dies from two arrows, and he makes her swear to take the message to the King. Than she gets caught up in the affairs of the country and ends up having to save her country countless of times. And than there is a complicated love life she lives (she falls in love with the king, who loves her back, but he has to marry her friend that was the lover the dead messager (book 2 mostly)
I'll put the description's from the back of the books here as i tottally suck at describing books ^^
Book 1 : Green Rider
On her long journey home from school after a fight which will surely lead to her expulsion, Karigan G'ladheon ponders her future as she trudges through the immense forest called Green Cloak. But her thoughts are interrupted by the clattering of hooves as a galloping horse bursts from the woods, the rider slumped over his mount's neck, impaled by two black-shafted arrows. As the young man lies dying on the road, he tells Karigan that he is a Green Rider, one of the legendary messengers of the king, and that he bears a "life and death" message for King Zachary. He begs Karigan to carry his message, warning her not to read it, and when she reluctantly agrees, he makes her swear on his sword to complete his mission "for love of country." As he bestows upon her the golden winged-horse brooch which is the symbol of his office, he whispers on his dying breath, "Beware the shadow man..."
Karigan's promise changes her life forever. Pursued by unknown assassins, following a path only her horse seems to know, and accompanied by the silent specter of the original messenger, she herself becomes a legendary Green Rider. Caught up in a world of deadly danger and complex magic, compelled by forces she cannot understand, Karigan is hounded by dark beings bent on seeing that the message, and its reluctant carrier, never reach their destination.
(Book 2) Frist Rider's Call
When Karigan returned to Sacor City, she discovered the passage of time had not improved life for the Green Riders. She found them weakened and diminshed. Veteran Riders had been killed yet few new Riders had heard the call. Rider magic was becoming unreliable, and strangest of all, Karigan was having ghostly visions - visions of a strong woman with wild flowing hair and a blue and green plaid draped across her shoulder, pinned with a golden brooch. This woman was no stranger to Karigan nor would she have been to any Green Rider, for she was Lil Ambriodhe, First Rider, and founder of the Green Rider messenger service. But why was she appearing to Karigan? And how could Karigan seek the help of a woman who had been dead for a millennium?
(Book 3)The High Kings Tomb
With the ghostly help of the First Rider, Karigan G'ladheon had transported the corrupt spirit of Monrhavon the Black into the future, buying valuable time for her king and country.
But how far in the future was Mornhavon now? A hundred years? Ten years? Only one year? There was no way to tell.
And though Karigan and her fellow Riders scoured the land searching for lost magical documents to help mend the breach in the D'Yer Wall to fend off any incursions from Blackveil Forest and Mornhavon's return, and members of Clan D'Yer camped at the wall hoping to uncover its lost secrets, they were unaware of a threat to their kingdom that lay far closer.
Now, the descendants of Arcosians, once led by Mornhavon, were ready to reach out to claim the land their forebears had tried to conquer. And these vengeful enemies, hidden within the seemingly peaceful borders of Sacoridia, had spent generations honing the powers of dark magic -- a force against which the Sacordians no longer had any defense...
Hey the first one sounds really good. The 2nd two sound pretty decent.
there great, the descriptions kind of suck it you haven't read the books, but i really like them. If anyone is looking for a good Fantasy/Adventure i would really suggest picking them up.
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