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All My Holy Mountain (The Binding of the Blade, Book 5) Paperback – June 6, 2008
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"The Binding of the Blade series is remarkable in at least two ways. First is the grand themes explored in this epic fantasy series. Graham's motifs echo with archetypal power: summoning the father of dragons, eluding a great flood, harnessing elusive prophetic powers, and quelling evil. The series is also remarkable because of the cover artwork by legendary illustrator Larry Elmore. If the stories inside the books have generated such striking imagery, they must be compelling indeed. And they are." --Jeff Gerke, founder, WhereTheMapEnds.com
About the Author
L. B. Graham (BA Literature, Wheaton College; MDiv, Covenant Seminary) is chairman of the Bible department and teacher of English and Worldviews at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He has written several articles in IVPs Dictionary of Biblical Imagery. He and his wife, Joanne, have two children.
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Mr. Graham has room for improvement here, and this last novel in a long series evidences this. After a hundred pages, that first battle got a little dry, and the dialogue was slightly monotonous, along with a few other things I could mention. The characters and the world felt modern, which clashed with the obviously fantastical setting, and the 'dread captain of the Nolthanim' title irritated me through it's overuse--as well as the contraction he'd. To clear away these nuisances can sometimes be a chore, and though the idea was wonderful, I find the execution of it slightly lacking. Even so, the ending was strong and left me longing for the restoration as much as the next person, and I think that despite it's other problems this book is decent at the least. The series had a great beginning, a middle that felt rather drawn out, but the final closing chapters saved this one for me, and I don't regret reading it.
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I have read it twice since I bought it. Each time it was hard to put the books down once I picked them up.Read more