The First Named

The First Named

A powerful warlord and violet-eyed enchantress Amarino usurp King Ather and enslave people of Ark to an ancient power. In the distant forest hideaway of the court wizard, the three princes plot vengeance. An ancient tome prophesies only one prince ca...

Title:The First Named
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780553269536
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    The First Named Reviews

  • Antoinette Chastagner

    Very readable as a teen, does not hold up well as an adult reader. Primitive storyline, predictable scenarios and superficial characters. The sequels are a rehash of the same themes, all rather disapp...

  • Grianne

    Piacevole.Il Mago di Ark è un romanzo del 1987 e risente, nello stile, della sua età. Scritto in anni in cui l'avventura la faceva da padrone e l'introspezione dei personaggi era cosa poco diffusa, ...

  • Zeal

    The school library was giving away some books so I went to have a look. I looked through some of them and found only one battered fantasy book before I found the two sequels to it. I took them home an...

  • Kim

    I registered a book at BookCrossing.com!http://www.BookCrossing.com/journal/11837025...

  • Doris

    This story is based on a prophecy, which unfortunately I never understood. I read through the book, still puzzled as to the reason certain actions took place....

  • Ice Bear

    Another gentle read from Mr Wylie....

  • Dirk Lapere

    Very YA. Simple storyline. Instead of living the action, the action is being told to the reader (and then this happened, and then that happened). No suspense, no climax. There was the potential with s...

  • David Sarkies

    Yep, the beginning of another trilogy5 July 2013 One of the reasons that I remembered reading this book was because I was in a second hand bookshop in Adelaide and I saw it sitting on the shelf. Perso...

  • Althea Ann

    It's got princes, a good wizard, a prophecy, a feisty princess, a mystical sword, outlaws, and an evil sorceress who takes over the kingdom.Need I say more?It's a quick read, fairly inoffensive, even ...