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Light in the Darkness: A Noblebright Fantasy Boxed Set by [Brightley, C. J., Buroker, Lindsay, Chase, Sabrina, Forrest, Francesca, Halland, Kyra, Holder, Angela, Long, Ronald, Reeves-McMillan, Mike, Miles, T. A., Ochs, Christina, Smith, Sherwood , Sorensen, Emily Martha]
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Ten noblebright fantasy novels of beauty and wonder!

Noblebright fantasy characters have the courage to risk kindness, honesty, integrity, and love; to fight against their own flaws and the darkness of the world around them; and to find hope in a grim world.

This boxed set includes novels by:
C. J. Brightley - The King's Sword: A disillusioned soldier. A spoiled, untried prince. And a coup that threatens the country they both love.
Lindsay Buroker - The Emperor’s Edge — A law enforcer being hunted for a crime she didn’t commit must work with a cold-hearted assassin to save the only person who can clear her name.
Sabrina Chase - The Last Mage Guardian: Most thought the Mage Guardians simply a myth, but their old enemy knows better--and of their number only one remains to thwart his plan of magical domination and revenge.
Francesca Forrest - Pen Pal: It starts with a message in a bottle and ends with revolution.
Kyra Halland - Beneath the Canyons: A bounty-hunting wizard and a rancher's daughter with untrained powers must stop a renegade wizard who is tampering with dangerous magic.
Angela Holder - Into the Storm: A massive hurricane will destroy Elathir unless Larine and her fellow wizards sacrifice everything to stop it.
Ronald Long - On the Shores of Irradan: Ealrin Belouve and his friends travel to a new land and face new dangers in search of a tree that may restore magic to one of their own.
Mike Reeves McMillan - Hope and the Patient Man: A talented young mage must overcome a curse to be with the wounded hero who loves her.
Sherwood Smith - Lhind the Thief: Lhind enjoys life on the run, taking what she wants, until her secrets are uncovered one by one.
Emily Martha Sorensen - The Keeper and the Rulership: In a world where mathematics and magic are forbidden, Raneh's growing magic and can't figure out how to stop.

Most books in this set are appropriate for ages 13+, but several books are appropriate for ages 16+.

Includes SIX bonus short stories from C. J. Brightley, Lindsay Buroker, Sabrina Chase, Francesca Forrest, Mike Reeves-McMillan, and Emily Martha Sorensen!

As of 2 March 2017, this boxed set no longer contains Six Celestial Swords by T. A. Miles or Rise of the Storm by Christina Ochs.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3319 KB
  • Print Length: 2990 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01K3534QI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,954 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 12 Refreshing YA Fantasy Novels about Good Guys vs Evil 18 October 2016
By vm - Published on
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I can't believe what a deal this is - 12 books, plus bonus short stories, for less than $2! I actually got it for a less than a buck on pre-order, and then I was offered a review copy a few days ago and I said, why not, let me get started!

I was already interested in the concept when I heard about it because I grew up on fantasy tales of heroes who strive to do the right thing vs really bad antagonists. I miss that in a lot of modern fantasy - these days it seems like the hero is usually an anti-hero, or shades of gray, and the evil is cool. Which is fine, but it gets boring too.

As soon as I got my review copy I opened it to Sherwood Smith's book. Sherwood is one of my favorite fantasy writers, and I'd never read this book yet. Lhind the Thief is a YA mystery adventure that is the beginning of it's own series. It was originally published in 2013, and if you purchase it separately it would cost $4.99. But in this collection it just costs around 16 cents (I did the math - thank you, calculator app).

Lhind the Thief is a street rat that can do "shimmers" (illusions) and because of this gets shanghaid into an adventure. On the way we start to realize that the real mystery lies in Lhind's own identity. It's a very engaging story and now I want to read the sequel. Like all of Sherwood's books, I love how fresh and yet layered the fantasy setting is. She's really good at creating her world but not overwhelming the reader with details.

My biggest problem with this collection is that with so many books to choose from, which do I read next? I think I may try Sabrina Chase's The Last Mage Guardian next, just because I've heard good things about her books.

This is the first multi-volume kindle book I've tried, and I was curious how it would work. I love that on the Kindle (and Fire) this is so organized! The table of contents has each book by author, and each book expands to it's own table of contents. And when you are reading one of the books, the status bar on the bottom acts just like it would in a regular book - if you are halfway through the book, it shows half, even though the book is at the end of the collection. Very nice.

I'm really happy to have all these books and stories to enjoy over the next couple of months. Just reading Lhind the Thief already gave me a refreshing mental break from all the crazy current events.

By the way, if you found my review helpful, check out my book review blog at [...]
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars High Fantasy for True Escape 19 October 2016
By Naticia - Published on
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Fantasy books are meant to be an escape from the Real World. So why is it that so many fantasy books are just as dark and grim and sad as real life? These books are what fantasy should be: fantastic places where good people not only exist but can thrive, and even when it gets a little scary, it's still possible to have a happy ending.

The King's Sword by C.J. Brightley is the epitome of what I love about this collection. Kemen is not perfect. He is just a good person, trying to do the right thing, struggling with fears and doubts just like the rest of us, while battling what seems like impossible odds. I want to pretend I live in a world where Kemen is a hero, and reading (and re-reading) this story helps me escape to that world.

This collection has something for everyone: Diverse characters, strong female leads, epic quests, magic, mystery, mayhem - even a touch of romance. Whatever kind of escape you are looking for, you will find it here.

TL;DR: Read these books. They will make you feel better.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Selections!! 19 October 2016
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***** Reviewing “The Keeper and the Rulership” by Emily Sorensen *****
Raneh faced a dilemma. Which bouquet would she accept of the two being offered? Jontan was more a brother to her, boring and predictable; his total loyalty given to the Rulership, even over family, annoyed her. Derrim was fun, but he was also rude and caustic. So it was hard to choose between them. Getting ready for the party, Raneh talked with the house magician who was magically styling her hair. Raneh asked how it felt to use magic publicly, which was forbidden to landowners such as she. In fact, using magic without renouncing status was an automatic death sentence! So she went to her garden to let her magic drain into her groverweed.

Ranah is a good person who seems to care about others. But when the Ruler becomes interested in her family, her life could be at great risk? How can she deal with this situation? What will she do about her unique magic?

I enjoyed this book very much. The author introduced a new world to me. The concept of status was fascinating, as it could be given away, taken, or accepted as people interacted. Roles were clearly defined and people had to live within the confines of those roles. There was a social hierarchy that had to be followed. I loved it! The character development was great. The reader quickly knew them all and their personalities. This was a wonderful world to explore! I purchased the boxset and voluntarily reviewed this book; my comments reflect my honest opinion.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best value available 23 February 2017
By Rick Fisher - Published on
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This is, without doubt, the best boxed set I have seen. Two or three of the books included didn't interest me after reading several chapters, but the rest were not only hugely enjoyable in their own right, but the formatting and proofreading of the set as a whole was much better than usual. I particularly liked the Lindsay Buroker and Christina Ochs entries. All in all, an outstanding value. Get it and meet some wonderful authors that you didn't know about before.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great way to discover new authors/series 20 October 2016
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This is a wonderful collection of novels at a bargain price. In writing this review I must confess that I have only read a couple of the books so far, however both were excellent and I have no real doubt that the rest will not also be worth reading. The stories are varied - totally different authors, worlds etc. - which is a part of the joy but they have in common an optimistic view of the universe and a positive outlook. If you like the idea of fantasy and hate dystopias then this is the collection for you.

Since this is an anthology of novels that have been previously published it is no surprise that the editorial quality it extremely high. I have hitherto noticed no typos or similar errors and I anticipate that this will remain the case as I read the rest of the works.

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