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by Jeffrey Quyle
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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Jeffrey Quyle
  • ISBN:
    141965540X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1419655401
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  • Publisher:
    BookSurge Publishing (August 7, 2008)
  • Pages:
    308 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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    1552 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    158
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Book 1. Jeffrey Quyle. Section 1 Finding The Vision – The White Mountains. That’s the work of some higher power. Fate doesn’t step into ordinary folk’s lives very often. Most of the luck regular folks have is their own making.

Book 1. If they’re hard-working, bright, honest folks, they bring good luck on themselves. Ari continued, his voice rising and his hands showing animation as they held the reins. Those miners and timbermen have endured cold and wet and discomfort.

Visions of power was a good book filled with interesting characters some being very original and different. Original and entertaining. I fell in love with Alex the leading character. His time in Golden Fields was filled learning to use a sword and excelling at it, using his healing powers and being able to heal every case that came to him. He creates a fountain of healing waters by accident by using other Ingenairii powers but not knowing how to get rid of the residual amount left in his body after healing a close friend of a head and brain injury. I fell in love with Alex the leading character

Visions of power was a good book filled with interesting characters some being very original and different. This book is good and I expect that the next book will also be a book worth reading.

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Book in the Ingenairii Series). A runaway working with a carnival enters an enchanted cave in the mountains, then fights for his life in a world of magic, monsters and intrigue among the nobles and warriors.

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In the fifth volume of the Ingenairii Series, Alec lies in a coma for days, recovering from the extraordinary effort he used to save his companions in the lacertii wars. When he awakens, the army is disbanded, Imelda has left, and his powers are gone. For Alec, heartbroken and desolate, only a long pilgrimage to John Mark's cavern offers any hope of recovery. Alec has left Goldenfields after false rumors destroy the life he has found there. Promises of power, honor and romance tempt Alec as he learns that he has greater potential than he ever realized, if he can follow Aristotle’s advice.

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The first volume in the classic Ingenairii Series introduces Alec, a sixteen year old orphan who works as a hired hand in a traveling carnival, performing chores and tasks while the wagons roll across the nations of the Dominion. Mentored by the carnival magician Aristotle, Alec learns about responsibility and friendship, until his education is disrupted when the caravan is attacked by the monstrous lacertii. Stranded in the wilderness of the Pale Mountains with Natalie, a dancing girl who also survives, Alec finds an ancient holy site, and gains unique powers that have been lost for centuries, powers that he must learn to control and use as he flees from the lacertii. His flight will take him to the most powerful duchy in the Dominion and to a power struggle involving the ingenairii, the nobility and the swordsmen of the Goldenfields Guard. Learning who to trust and how to fulfill his promises will create turmoil and conflict that stretch over every page of Visions of Power.

Ygglune
I started reading this myself and ended up getting into a bedtime routine with my kids by reading this to them. The book is pretty good for kids except for the fact that there are plenty of times where even I had a hard time understanding what was meant by a particular part of the prose. Many times large words are used and makes it a bit hard for the kids to understand those things as well there were just times where the sentence itself was just hard to understand... then again they would ask questions and learned more due to it.

Personally I found the book a bit too long for what actually happened. I found that the introduction to the 'mythical' beasts at the start of the book was way overdone for what we got to learn through the story. I think... more rumors and less impending doom at the start would have helped that, although that change also may have made the beginning a bit boring as well. I found it odd that every moment at the start they ran for their lives, then suddenly they were able to just stop and start living in a town without much care in the world. I thought at any moment they would be attacked, but no.. that did not occur. Maybe there is a very good explanation that I missed, or that will become apparent in later books (it is an extensive series) that explains the apparent stopping of the attacks.

I certainly like the spiritual implications in the story. A world that looks at prayer as a recreational thing and someone that gets the wild hair to really start effectively using it in healing and such. Very cool story of a rekindling in faith for all those around Alec as he called for things that were effective yet scoffed at from the start.

Alec's rise to power was interesting... parts slow that I thought could have been quicker and as well vice versa for others. One thing in particular that I was tired of reading (keep in mind I read most all this book aloud to my children) was the very detailed accounts of healing others. Very hard words and as well very repetitive things in each instance. A few were certainly important for the story at hand, but others either just created unanswered questions or just did not matter enough to be as detailed as they were.

The first section of the book really pulled me in, when they got to Goldenfields I began to get very bored of the story, until the last few chapters as Alec began to deal with political (these seemed to come from no where, but in the end all made sense even in the fact that Alec was surprised by them as well, truly I liked it this way even if all of it annoyed me due to the trouble it caused Alec) and extreme growth in power creating totally other political problems as well. Without those chapters I may not be as interested in future books, and as will I must admit when I finished and mentioned to by daughter that I was done with the first and that there was just an excerpt from the second book left; she immediately said "Ok, get the second then".

So, even though there were times I just wanted to quit reading and then rushed through just to finish... I can certainly see myself getting the other books and reading them to my kids as well.
Bolanim
This story is great in that if you strip what happing to bullet points. I read this and up to his third book in this series before I put it down. The headache it cause was to painful at that point. If you are a middle schooler or even a freshmen in high school than this book is fine but It grated on my nerves. Again the story in itself is great in theory. The magic system and the things that happen are great if a tad fast to believed. The language and all the I am in love... Oh I love you.... Oh I might be in love with you.... Oh I have strong feelings and falling in love with you. The main character is a sixteen year old boy that no matter how much knowledge you cram into him is still a boy. He does not know what love is or know he is in love. The people around him the same age are the same. It is annoying in the way it is proved. If he fix up his language, spread out the time that is happening, and stop making it seem like a middle school drama fest than It would be great. A sword master in less than nine months? Beating everyone he face with a sword in that time phrase? Yeah not likely. The healing is easy to believe with the healing magic vision and the libraries of knowledge given to him through the blessing. Also I hate where every problem can only be solved by the main character and no one else can solve it. NO MATTER that everyone else is smart, older, and extremely more experience than him in this. Again The story is amazing but the way it is deliver was in a Word POOR!
Survivors
I can't really entirely blame it on Christianity but since I don't know enough about any other religion that's the one I'm pinning it on.

I'd suggest this book to religious people, and I'd not suggest it to people like me who can only take so much sappy religious nonsense before they need a good ol fashion heroic fantasy.
ChallengeMine
Visions of power was a good book filled with interesting characters some being very original and different. I fell in love with Alex the leading character. His time in Golden Fields was filled learning to use a sword and excelling at it, using his healing powers and being able to heal every case that came to him. He creates a fountain of healing waters by accident by using other Ingenairii powers but not knowing how to get rid of the residual amount left in his body after healing a close friend of a head and brain injury. Finally he learns how to get rid of energy and an explosion takes place with the healing water fountain being created from this excess. With the help of a wealthy man whom Alex came to know from healing his daughter, this man puts together a contract between the Duke of Golden Fields, himself and Alex to transport and sell the water throughout the Dominion. It becomes very successful and makes Alex a rich man. Alex has many other adventures in Golden Fields but will have to leave because of enemies Alex has made. The next book takes Alex to Oyster Bay. I am eager to read about his new adventures in Oyster Bay where he will learn to become a Warrior Ingenairii while still keeping his great healing powers. This book is good and I expect that the next book will also be a book worth reading. Original and entertaining. The entire series is great but the first book, Visions of Power was my favorite.