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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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I have read it twice since I bought it. Each time it was hard to put the books down once I picked them up. The world that is in these books is pretty big. I really enjoyed the glimpses of a Big history that if given throughout the book. That is something I like about LoTR, and I believe this book does a good job with that as well. It makes you feel like your reading about something much bigger than only what's contained in the book.
It had action, yet the story was fully realized. It picked up where book four left off and took the story through to completion. The actual aftermath of the conflict was addressed, which was a plus. The only thing I would have added would be the healing of Evrim near the end.
Overall, a good, final book for a good series.