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This USA Today Bestselling epic fantasy bundle contains Books 1-4 of the Whill of Agora saga. Over 1,900 pages and 464,000 words! Individually, the four books in this series have over 360 5 star reviews on Amazon. Every so often, an epic adventure emerges that makes the blood surge, the spine tingle, and the heart smile page after exhilarating page. Such is Whill of Agora This USA Today Bestselling epic fantasy bundle contains Books 1-4 of the Whill of Agora saga. Over 1,900 pages and 464,000 words! Individually, the four books in this series have over 360 5 star reviews on Amazon. Every so often, an epic adventure emerges that makes the blood surge, the spine tingle, and the heart smile page after exhilarating page. Such is Whill of Agora, Michael James Ploof’s action-packed fantasy that visits strange new lands as it unveils how one exceptional young man named Whill makes full use of fierce wits, superior skills, and relentless will to help defend the land of Agora from the monstrous Draggard. With plenty of drama and action packed battle scenes, Whill of Agora will enthrall anyone on the quest for great adventure, good times, and an infectiously optimistic outlook on even the darkest and most dangerous of days. It is the year 5170 in the land Agora, where humans, dwarves, and elves have existed in peace for centuries. Now, however, the human King Addakon has invaded and waged war on neighboring Isladon. The once peaceful Kingdoms of Agora are on the brink of continental war. The Dark Elf Eadon, and his army of Dragon-Elf crossbreeds, the Draggard, threaten to conquer all kingdoms. Enter young Whill, a nineteen-year-old ranger with battle savvy and untapped abilities. Having spent years roaming Agora and training with his mentor Abram, Whill has become a bright intellectual and a master of combat. What he seeks most, however, is the identity of his birth parents. Instead, he finds a tumultuous terrain and a prophecy placing him in the center of the struggle. Along the way, Whill encounters an equally inspired group of companions that are matched in skill and mission. These include Rhunis the Dragon Slayer, the young Tarren, the fearless Dwarf Roakore, the beguiling warrior Elf Avriel, and the powerful Zerafin. As Whill joins forces, he forges bonds far mightier than their escalating travails. With high adventure and fierce friendship, Whill of Agora will capture your imagination and grip your heart during every super-charged escapade that Agora’s bold and grinning brotherhood embraces. Whill of Agora features a complete map of Agora so that you can easily maneuver through the wilds and bustling cities alike. Click the "Look inside" feature to view map. With its rich history, 'page turner' pacing, unique magic system and majestic lands, the Whill of Agora series immerses the reader in a beautiful and believable world wrought with danger, war, manipulation, and mayhem. Influenced by the works of Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin, R. A.Salvator and Tolkien, Whill of Agora is a classic coming of age fantasy tale of magic, mayhem, friendship and war. Legends of Agora Books Whill of Agora A Quest of Kings A Song of Swords A Crown of War Talon Sea Queen Blackthorn Rising - Spring 2015 Whill of Agora book 5 - Summer 2015


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This USA Today Bestselling epic fantasy bundle contains Books 1-4 of the Whill of Agora saga. Over 1,900 pages and 464,000 words! Individually, the four books in this series have over 360 5 star reviews on Amazon. Every so often, an epic adventure emerges that makes the blood surge, the spine tingle, and the heart smile page after exhilarating page. Such is Whill of Agora This USA Today Bestselling epic fantasy bundle contains Books 1-4 of the Whill of Agora saga. Over 1,900 pages and 464,000 words! Individually, the four books in this series have over 360 5 star reviews on Amazon. Every so often, an epic adventure emerges that makes the blood surge, the spine tingle, and the heart smile page after exhilarating page. Such is Whill of Agora, Michael James Ploof’s action-packed fantasy that visits strange new lands as it unveils how one exceptional young man named Whill makes full use of fierce wits, superior skills, and relentless will to help defend the land of Agora from the monstrous Draggard. With plenty of drama and action packed battle scenes, Whill of Agora will enthrall anyone on the quest for great adventure, good times, and an infectiously optimistic outlook on even the darkest and most dangerous of days. It is the year 5170 in the land Agora, where humans, dwarves, and elves have existed in peace for centuries. Now, however, the human King Addakon has invaded and waged war on neighboring Isladon. The once peaceful Kingdoms of Agora are on the brink of continental war. The Dark Elf Eadon, and his army of Dragon-Elf crossbreeds, the Draggard, threaten to conquer all kingdoms. Enter young Whill, a nineteen-year-old ranger with battle savvy and untapped abilities. Having spent years roaming Agora and training with his mentor Abram, Whill has become a bright intellectual and a master of combat. What he seeks most, however, is the identity of his birth parents. Instead, he finds a tumultuous terrain and a prophecy placing him in the center of the struggle. Along the way, Whill encounters an equally inspired group of companions that are matched in skill and mission. These include Rhunis the Dragon Slayer, the young Tarren, the fearless Dwarf Roakore, the beguiling warrior Elf Avriel, and the powerful Zerafin. As Whill joins forces, he forges bonds far mightier than their escalating travails. With high adventure and fierce friendship, Whill of Agora will capture your imagination and grip your heart during every super-charged escapade that Agora’s bold and grinning brotherhood embraces. Whill of Agora features a complete map of Agora so that you can easily maneuver through the wilds and bustling cities alike. Click the "Look inside" feature to view map. With its rich history, 'page turner' pacing, unique magic system and majestic lands, the Whill of Agora series immerses the reader in a beautiful and believable world wrought with danger, war, manipulation, and mayhem. Influenced by the works of Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin, R. A.Salvator and Tolkien, Whill of Agora is a classic coming of age fantasy tale of magic, mayhem, friendship and war. Legends of Agora Books Whill of Agora A Quest of Kings A Song of Swords A Crown of War Talon Sea Queen Blackthorn Rising - Spring 2015 Whill of Agora book 5 - Summer 2015

30 review for Whill of Agora Box Set: Volume 1-2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joanne Steptoe

    This omnibus was well written and had me enthralled from the start. I fell in love with each of the characters and mourned the loss of some. I was glad to be able to get all 4 books in one as a complete set. However, the ending does leave some issues unresolved. I know two more books have been written. This is good news in one way as it means the story can be resolved. But, I fear this may become another series that just goes on book after book never truly ending. I hope I am wrong, as I would li This omnibus was well written and had me enthralled from the start. I fell in love with each of the characters and mourned the loss of some. I was glad to be able to get all 4 books in one as a complete set. However, the ending does leave some issues unresolved. I know two more books have been written. This is good news in one way as it means the story can be resolved. But, I fear this may become another series that just goes on book after book never truly ending. I hope I am wrong, as I would like to see the people of Agora enjoy some hard won peace and prosperity.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Roderick Baxter

    An Epic Tale What a fantastic tale of good verses evil. It's a classic in every sense. One of the things that I most enjoyed was the complexity of the characters. Almost every character has a depth. Such a depth that stories could evolve around any one of them. In fact, this bundle is as much theirs as Whill's. This series has the potential to become as good as the Dragonlance series. Proof does seem to have borrowed some concepts and ideas from that and other places. I look forward to reading co An Epic Tale What a fantastic tale of good verses evil. It's a classic in every sense. One of the things that I most enjoyed was the complexity of the characters. Almost every character has a depth. Such a depth that stories could evolve around any one of them. In fact, this bundle is as much theirs as Whill's. This series has the potential to become as good as the Dragonlance series. Proof does seem to have borrowed some concepts and ideas from that and other places. I look forward to reading continuing and splinter series in the world of Agora.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Arthur

    A Righteously Awesome Book This is my second time reading the series & am amazed at the incredible gift Mr. Ploof has been given in weaving such an awesome story. If you like a good fantasy do find the time to read it. I am on to the relive the rest of the series & then on to book 8. Enjoy. I have.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mike Alexander

    Poorly written. All actions, feelings, and thoughts are stated rather than happening in active voice. There virtually no story behind it, it jumps from scene to scene without any feel of progression and only an explicitly stated link that "Whill went to X". Diction is poor, abs there's no subtlety to description. Poorly written. All actions, feelings, and thoughts are stated rather than happening in active voice. There virtually no story behind it, it jumps from scene to scene without any feel of progression and only an explicitly stated link that "Whill went to X". Diction is poor, abs there's no subtlety to description.

  5. 4 out of 5

    jaimie huckfield

    Excellent Series Brilliant story and well written, characters to fall in love with and a brilliant hero to boot. A must read!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Domek

    Will of Agora Very interesting and suspenseful. I enjoyed reading it. I love fantasy. I want to read more of this kind of book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Underwood

    Amazing Love the way you get drawn in and the likability of the characters. Story line was wonderful and I love the the world this book takes place in

  8. 4 out of 5

    Al

    Did not finish at 62%. A good start. but too many repeated clichés and stuff going on that didn't take the plot forward. Did not finish at 62%. A good start. but too many repeated clichés and stuff going on that didn't take the plot forward.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mona Cashman

    Great series Great series. Look forward to reading book five. Think there could be many spin offs from the characters in these books

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Whill of Agora has everything you want in a fantasy series, great writing, believable, likeable characters, and a decent story line that keeps you wanting more. This is the story of Whill, a young man with an unbelievable destiny. This destiny will see him going from his fairly quite life to one where he will be fighting evil Dark Elves, meeting exceptional people, such as Elves, Dwarves, even Dragons. Ploof creates a beautiful world with stunning landscapes, he does a wonderful job of describing Whill of Agora has everything you want in a fantasy series, great writing, believable, likeable characters, and a decent story line that keeps you wanting more. This is the story of Whill, a young man with an unbelievable destiny. This destiny will see him going from his fairly quite life to one where he will be fighting evil Dark Elves, meeting exceptional people, such as Elves, Dwarves, even Dragons. Ploof creates a beautiful world with stunning landscapes, he does a wonderful job of describing them, that you feel that you are actually there. The writing gives you an extra depth, allowing you to completely be drawn into the story with the characters. The characters are well written (there has been some criticism about them in other reviews, but personally, I thought this to be unfounded). This is a fantasy book, and meant to be a fun and enjoyable read. And that's what it is, thrilling, creative and compelling reading. Whill is a bit weak to start with, but soon grows, getting some depth, and later in the story, his troubled character is written very well. Roakore the Dwarf is brilliant, and fits well into the genre and mold of Dwarfs, making the story that much better. There are several Elves that are equally well written, giving additional abilities of the Elves and story arcs. As well as the major characters, there are the usual minor characters from an assortment of races, giving additional story arcs. Ploof's characters come together well, each adding a bit to the story, and so he covers the emotional arc as well. As for the story, this is not totally unoriginal, with a young man, finding he has a legacy to fulfill, and an evil nemesis that he must defeat. However, Ploof has changed how things happen in this story, adding some extra plot twists, giving us some extra characters, and shaking up the story a bit so that this is not the normal tale, making it not only an original twist, but clever, intriguing and so fast paced you will lose hours turning pages. This is a wonderful series, each part getting creating more of his remarkable world, giving more insight into Whill, and getting us to reflect on some interesting questions along the way. Ploof's battle scene's are truly amazing, but this book does not get lost in war as a lot of Fantasy does, it is more about the characters, making it a brilliant read. Don't miss this excellent series, its worth it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Leila

    Having bought the first three of these original books individually, I went for the Epic Fantasy Bundle on Kindle so I had them all for the next time I read them. An excellent fantasy series and I do hope there will be more. Anyone who likes epic fantasy should enjoy these books. There is an abundance od magic, dwarves, healing, dragons and more. I love the dwarves! The characters are imaginatively written with lots of depth to them. By the time I reached the fourth book in the series I did tend Having bought the first three of these original books individually, I went for the Epic Fantasy Bundle on Kindle so I had them all for the next time I read them. An excellent fantasy series and I do hope there will be more. Anyone who likes epic fantasy should enjoy these books. There is an abundance od magic, dwarves, healing, dragons and more. I love the dwarves! The characters are imaginatively written with lots of depth to them. By the time I reached the fourth book in the series I did tend to skip some of the battle scenes as there are perhaps just too many of them! Nevertheless less I highly recommend the series as an excellent and absorbing read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Byrd

    Masterful storytelling Once I began this journey with Whill, I found it hard to stop reading. The various characters introduced in this Epic are strong and come to life on their own, adding a richness to the saga Whill of Agora.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jolie

    I loved the characters in this book as well as the storyline. Good versus Evil is quite a ride in this book! I did not like the repetitive long verse describing every fight/war.Still this book is worth the read!

  14. 5 out of 5

    ROBIN CONKEL-HANNAN

    Excellent Myriad tales woven in to a truly epic story.. Fascinating characters, each with a life of it's own.. Love stories without graphic scenes.. Battle scenes are a bit extensive for my taste but overall,a great read.. Excellent Myriad tales woven in to a truly epic story.. Fascinating characters, each with a life of it's own.. Love stories without graphic scenes.. Battle scenes are a bit extensive for my taste but overall,a great read..

  15. 4 out of 5

    CindiB

    Whill obtains 5 stars from me...ejoyed reading this bundle immensely!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jim Pike

    Awesome story. Whill is a hero of different sorts. He not only battles the evils of the world, but his own inner demons. Looking forward to the next set of books in Agora.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Seymour

    There were parts that were enjoyable. It did go on and on. I was glad to get to the end.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Wesley

    Well done! A fun romp.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Noranevers

    Keeps you going.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Peter

  21. 4 out of 5

    Richard

  22. 4 out of 5

    Steve Whichard

  23. 5 out of 5

    John Beck

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mark Kaniuga

  25. 4 out of 5

    Donna Hokanson

  26. 4 out of 5

    Roymond

  27. 5 out of 5

    John Wilson

  28. 4 out of 5

    Josh Ford

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jane L Bridle

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dan Ashbaugh

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