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by Anne Flosnik,William Nicholson

Download Noman: Book Three of the Noble Warriors (Noble Warriors Series) eBook
ISBN:
1423318544
Author:
Anne Flosnik,William Nicholson
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 1, 2008)
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Book 3 of 3 in the Noble Warriors Series

Book 3 of 3 in the Noble Warriors Series. William Nicholson is the author of the acclaimed Seeker and Jango, books one and two of the Noble Warriors trilogy; the Wind on Fire trilogy; as well as the screenplays for Gladiator and Shadowlands, both of which were nominated for Academy Awards. He lives with his wife and their three children in Sussex, England.

Book 3 of 3 in the Noble Warriors Series

Book 3 of 3 in the Noble Warriors Series.

I can't say much without spoilers, but I did like the beginning of the third book in the Noble Warriors trilogy

I can't say much without spoilers, but I did like the beginning of the third book in the Noble Warriors trilogy. But I have a strong, possibly obsessive need to make sure all the strings are tied up at the end of books, especially trilogies.

Each of the three Noble Warriors is presented with both an external battle of swords and flesh and an internal battle . Best series I have ever read. Hope he keeps writing more like this series. I recommend this book series for teens 14+ who like adventure and mystery of the truth.

Each of the three Noble Warriors is presented with both an external battle of swords and flesh and an internal battle of faith and understanding.

Noble Warriors The Noble Warriors Series Book of 3 Author: William Nicholson Book prices and availability listed here are updated at least hourly and are subject to change.

Noman: Book Three of the Noble Warriors The Noble Warriors Series Book of 3 Author: William Nicholson. Book prices and availability listed here are updated at least hourly and are subject to change. Book 1 2 3 Complete or Partial Sets of Up to 3 Books. Mobile Version Tablet Version.

The Noble Warriors trilogy is a fantasy series, written by British novelist William Nicholson. The first book, Seeker, was published in 2006, as was the second in the trilogy, Jango. The third book, Noman, was published in September 2007. There are three books in the Noble Warriors series. Seeker (UK release 2006). Jango (UK release 2006). Noman (UK release 2007).

Noman: Book Three of the Noble Warriors. Written by William Nicholson. In this stunning and thought-provoking conclusion to the Noble Warriors trilogy, the strength of friendship, loyalty, and faith is tested as all three heroes must decide whom to trust. Narrated by Anne Flosnik. A thrilling story of integrity shaped in the face of corruption and vaulting ambition. The Guardian (London) on Jango.

The safe haven of the Noble Warriors has been demolished and the Nomana have disbanded. Noman is a very beautiful finale to a wonderful 3 book story. Fans of the first two books, Seeker and Jango will not be disappointed. When a young boy preaching peace and joy mesmerizes all who come in contact with him, a large following grows quickly-one that soon includes Morning Star and the Wildman. The author wraps up this trilogy nicely leaving the reader very satisfied and with a good feeling of the impressions Nicholson evokes of faith, love, peace and harmony.

The Third Book of the Noble Warriors. Noman/William Nicholson. p. c. (The noble warriors; bk. 3). Summary: Seeker, who is obsessed with his increasingly perilous. HARCOURT, INC. Orlando Austin New York San Diego London. No part of this publication may be reproduced. quest to kill the last of the old ones, finds that his mission has placed. him at odds with a new leader who preaches peace and joy. I. Title.

Seeker, Morning Star, and the Wildman’s world has changed drastically: The Nomana have disbanded, the island of Nom is gone forever, and its people have scattered, seeking shelter – and something to believe in. When a young boy preaching nonviolence and joy mesmerizes everyone who comes in contact with him, a large following grows quickly, one that soon includes Morning Star and the Wildman. Yet Seeker, obsessed with his increasingly perilous journey to kill the last of the Old Ones, finds his mission placing him at odds with this new leader. As Morning Star longs for things to be the same again with Seeker but fears it is too late, the Wildman – a restless warlord without a war – turns a new corner that none would have expected. In this stunning and thought-provoking conclusion to the Noble Warriors trilogy, the strength of friendship, loyalty, and faith is tested as all three heroes must decide whom to trust . . . and what to believe. “A thrilling story of integrity shaped in the face of corruption and vaulting ambition.” – The Guardian (London) on Jango “Written in the same style as Christopher Paolini’s Eragon and Terry Brooks’s The Sword of Shannara, the quest itself will form the characters into the people they were always meant to be.” – School Library Journal on Seeker “Spectacular.” – Kirkus Reviews on Seeker “Fantasy fans will devour this book and eagerly anticipate the next one.” – VOYA on Seeker
  • Dandr
I read this book in four hours. At the very start, you are plunged straight into action - and it really leaves no dull moment in the book.

It had been a while since I revisited Anacrea, so when I picked up this book, I only had 2 things in mind: will Seeker find his Truth and is his love for Morning Star doomed to be forever unrequited?

WELL. This book delves into soooo much more than I had anticipated, and really gives so much food for thought about love, faith, identity etc. If you were like me and wanted to know how the love triangle ended up, you won't be disappointed with the conclusion...I won't spoil it for you lol.

But one thing for sure, take your time reading this...I wish I had so I could better understand the messages conveyed in the book. Now I have to reread it (such a burden, I know <--kidding?).

I do have a question and **IF YOU HAVEN'T READ IT YET, IT MAY BE A SPOILER!!!**

> Why does Seeker cleanse himself at the end? I thought Noman wanted him to retain the knowledge?
  • Marilore
This series was fun to read and had interesting twists and turns. it left me hopeful that a few people can change the world when they work together.
  • just one girl
I absolutely adore The Noble Warriors and it couldn't have come to a better end!! The way Seeker comes to realise what is really going on and how he explains things to Morning Star... it's so adorably simple and philosophical! Honestly, all the characters undergo an evolution in this book, but the best is Seeker. So good and honest and inspiring!!
  • Wat!?
All series must come to an end...but I want more to here more about the travels of the three characters!

I completely enjoyed the mystical and spiritual referenced in the book...just beyond the surface there are some great thoughts about how we can all picture the world a little differently.
  • Fomand
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it as a good buy. The shipping for this book arrived quickly and safely. I also bought this book cheaply making it an even better deal. After reading the first two of this trilogy, (Seeker, Jango) The last book tied it all up very nicely.
  • Hugighma
Great book as well as one that will leave you thinking, it ends a bit sappily but I think the book more than makes up for it. Great book, I recommend that any person who reads this review to purchase it
  • Cordalas
Bacon is good
Ham is better
Chili is almost as good as bacon
Nah who am I kidding bacon is the best
Best series I have ever read. Hope he keeps writing more like this series. I recommend this book series for teens 14+ who like adventure and mystery of the truth.