The Bright Empires Collection

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  • Author: Stephen R. Lawhead
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Unlimited The Bright Empires Collection - by Stephen R. Lawhead

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  1. Stephen R Lawhead is an internationally acclaimed author of mythic history and imaginative fiction His works include Byzantium, Patrick, and the series The Pendragon Cycle, The Celtic Crusades, and The Song of Albion.Also see his fanpage at Myspace myspace stephenlawheadStephen was born in 1950, in Nebraska in the USA Most of his early life was spent in America where he earned a university degree in Fine Arts and attended theological college for two years His first professional writing was done at Campus Life magazine in Chicago, where he was an editor and staff writer During his five years at Campus Life he wrote hundreds of articles and several non fiction books.After a brief foray into the music business as president of his own record company he began full time freelance writing in 1981 He moved to England in order to research Celtic legend and history His first novel, In the Hall of the Dragon King, became the first in a series of three books The Dragon King Trilogy and was followed by the two volume Empyrion saga, Dream Thief and then the Pendragon Cycle, now in five volumes Taliesin, Merlin, Arthur, Pendragon, and Grail This was followed by the award winning Song of Albion series which consists of The Paradise War, The Silver Hand, and The Endless Knot.He has written nine children s books, many of them originally offered to his two sons, Drake and Ross He is married to Alice Slaikeu Lawhead, also a writer, with whom he has collaborated on some books and articles They make their home in Oxford, England.Stephen s non fiction, fiction and children s titles have been published in twenty one foreign languages All of his novels have remained continuously in print in the United States and Britain since they were first published He has won numereous industry awards for his novels and children s books, and in 2003 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by the University of Nebraskaso write under the name Steve Lawhead

  2. Rambling Repetitive But highly descriptive Repetitively descriptive HIGHLY REPETITIVELY descriptive Gets all Jesus y and religiously moralistic by the end.There are too many rambling loose ends to go over, but I ll note two things 1 the coffeehouse story in book 1 is the most interesting thing in the whole series 2 the whole series revolves around the BIG HUGE mystery and quest for the Skin Map and symbols, which SPOILER turns out ARE NEVER USED BY ANYONE The Man Who Is Map might as well have be [...]

  3. Glad to have wrapped up this series Got a little deep in the last book, almost like it was time to do the real deep sci fi dive I think book 4 was prob my favorite.

  4. I had hoped fervently that this would be a better book than the first few chapters indicated Sadly, that was not to be While Lawhead s series make for reasonably entertaining reading, the constant pontificating and less than subtle evangelism drag down what could otherwise have been a remarkably gripping story While the scale and sweep of his ambition are admirable, the execution is clunky, sometimes grating, and often overwrought Alternative realities and explorations on the nature of the unive [...]

  5. The most brilliant series yet by a brilliant writer Worthy of Tolkien Lawhead s sprawling epic takes you from modern London to ancient Egypt to the Stone Age and the Middle Ages Part traditional fantasy, part science fiction and time travel story, the tale explores the notion of an intertwined multiverse and the Great Plan that underlies it all, as well as what role humans play in all this Highly recommended

  6. Good storyA good storyteller carries one into the imagined world Mr Lawhead is certainly a good storyteller though at times a bit difficult to follow The Bright Empires Collection is most enjoyable.

  7. I have always been a fan of Mr Lawhead and I really enjoyed this series It may well be the best thing he has written yet

  8. Loved it and have recommended to others Have read others of his books and really like him as an author.

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