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Book One: "The Elf and the Princess"
A most thrilling and captivating tale for readers of all ages
Menarm was a great and prosperous kingdom, known throughout the lands for its friendly, hard-working people and fair trade. But a bitter struggle of succession between twin brothers left the kingdom devastated, the people divided. Some stayed with Fenil, who had conquered the crown, others followed Renil to the wild lands of the north, founding a new kingdom.
Now Adren, the last princess of the vanquished realm of Menarm, finds herself alone in a world where women live in the shadows of men. Not only must she battle her enemies, but also a truth that could obliterate her last hope for happiness and bring dishonor to all those whom she hold dear. On her quest, she finds unlikely allies in a powerful prince and a defiant mercenary, only to be devastated by an ancient and wily elf. Will Adren survive this final assault?
What others say about The Elf and the Princess:
The Elf and the Princess by Anna del C. Dye is book one in the The Silent Warrior Trilogy. The plot is a touch of medieval, suspense, and romance. The Elf and the Princess is skillfully written. The plot is interesting and grabs the reader's attention. Dye has created a medieval world that will mystify and beguile the reader. The battle scenes come to life on the pages. The characters will enchant the reader. Fans of fantasy will not want to miss out on The Elf and the Princess. Debra Gaynor ReviewYourBook.com
“A good book”
A really good book. The plot has surprising twists in it. I have ADHD and my body was moving, but my eyes refused to take themselves off from the pages. There were moments when I forgot the time and I got in trouble for it. So make sure if you are going to read this book that you have nothing planned for that day, because once you start it, it will be too hard to stop.
Book Two: "Trouble in the Elf City"
In the serene and beautiful city of the elfs, life has changed but little since Menarm was destroyed and the war ended. Three springs have passed and Adren, the last princess of Menarm, has settled into her new life. Her champion, the Silent Warrior, has not been seen since the battle at Wilapond.
Suddenly the peaceful life in her new kingdom is challenged by enemies the elfs are unable to fight. Disaster seems imminent for their whole race. Will she have to witness the destruction of this kingdom and once again find herself alone in the world? Or can the Silent Warrior come to her rescue and save them all?
Once again Anna’s inspiration from the myths and legends of Europe and from writers such as J.R.R. Tolkien has woven a new and completely original tale full of suspense, adventure, and medieval-style warfare in Trouble in the Elf City book two of The Silent Warrior Trilogy. Join in the continuing saga of Adren and the elfkind, in book two of The Silent Warrior Trilogy.
What others say about Trouble in the Elf City:
Anna Del C. Dye cleverly provides a glossary of characters and the pronunciation of their names at the beginning of her book. Trouble In Elf City picks up the story of The Elf and The Princess. Trouble In Elf City is a beautiful love story.
Dye has created and developed fascinating characters. Her plot skillfully draws the reader into the world she created. I can hardly wait for the next installment. Fans of fantasy will enjoy Trouble In Elf City. Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com
Trouble in Elf City, the second entry in Anna del C. Dye's Silent Warrior trilogy is a nice read. The author presents readers with a heroine, half elf, half human, Adren whose youthful years were ravaged by the annihilation of her kingdom. This is a good read for light to medium level fantasy lovers, particularly young adults who like strong female protagonists, matchmaking, battles and happy endings. John R. Clark
Book Three: "Elfs in a Conquered Realm"
On their visit to the vanquished Kingdom of Menarm the elfs face many uncertainties. However, they are strong in numbers and sure of their purpose. Zyrthal, the young elf strategist, is given the task of finding the kingdom’s hidden treasures; but instead the elfs find ruthless mercenaries who capture the train and will stop at nothing to obtain the treasures for themselves.
Once again the Silent Warrior is sent to the rescue. Yet he has been battling demons of his own and finds himself in great doubts of his performance as the champion of the last Princess of Menarm. The shadows in his heart double with the disappearance of the two half-elf princes from the dead kingdom. Will he succeed in rescuing the young boys and thwarting the mercenaries, or has the Silent Warrior fallen from Adren’s grace forever?
Elfs in a Conquered Realm is the outstanding finale to The Silent Warrior Trilogy. Anna has answered all the open questions in the continuing saga of this beautiful race. A masterpiece of storytelling, The Silent Warrior Trilogy will take you on a journey you will not soon forget.
What others say about Elfs in a Conquered Realm:
Nicely concluded trilogy
In her third book, Elfs in a Conquered Realm, author Anna del C. Dye has done a fine job of blending romance and action while taking readers to a very satisfying conclusion to the series. I found myself forgetting my immediate surroundings numerous times as her narrative pulled my into the world she has so ably created. John Rogers Clark IV
A fun trilogy!
There are so many wonderful components to the book. Elfs in a Conquered Realm is action, adventure, fantasy, romance and family loyalty all rolled up into one incredible story.
Monica Garcia for Ijustfinished.com
Anna was born in the extreme South along some famous beaches. She grew up with four other siblings being placed in the middle.
Anna moved to the USA to marry her husband Rodney and has resided in Utah since then. Her husband, a native of Idaho, met her in her hometown. They fell in love and she came to Utah on Christmas Eve to be married two weeks later. They are the parents of three princes and a princess.
Early on in her life she showed an affinity for sewing and took classes that rewarded her with the opportunities of doing costuming for the cast of four musicals, which she enjoyed immensely. She is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Some of Anna’s writing recognitions:
She received the Editor’s Choice Award from the International Library of Poetry and had her article entitled A New American Mother published by Desert Saints Magazine. Her short story entitled Amerine—Fairy Princess wan awarded an award in the Oquirrh chapter contest and was published by Kalkion Magazine. (Now it is published as an e-book. She has three first page awards with different book in her series. A bronze medal for "Elfs in a Conquered Realm."
Other articles about family and relationship have been published frequently in the MOMS CLUBÒ of Salt Lake Valley-West. She has published 7 books on her Elf series. Her love story was published by Deseret book in the anthology entitled Angels Round About by July C. Olsen. Another of her articles was included in the book Mother’s Message in a Bottle, edited by Tyler Hayden and published by Ninbus Publishing.