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Eric Noss (real name Eric Gnospelius) is the author of the Keepers' Garden trilogy; "The Flame Within," "In Hyval's Wake," and the yet-to-come "One Shall Fall.
and a 2009 Pluto Award nominee! Sunday, March 18, 2012. Eric Noss (real name Eric Gnospelius) is the author of the Keepers' Garden trilogy; "The Flame Within," "In Hyval's Wake," and the yet-to-come "One Shall Fall. View my complete profile. Eric Gnospelius's Profile Create Your Badge.
The Keepers' Garden Trilogy is a set of three high-fantasy books. After all, I had The Flame Within and In Hyval's Wake almost entirely mapped by outline (though I did deviate some). Having this story more open as I slog through it's depths and bends is an interesting task. I know where the characters are heading and why, but not what will come.
Eric Gnospelius, also known as author Eric Noss, author of the Keepers' Garden trilogy of fantasy books
Eric Gnospelius, also known as author Eric Noss, author of the Keepers' Garden trilogy of fantasy books. No favourite quotes to show. Bill & Ted 3. Television.
Any friend of The Chos. van’s, is a friend of mine. Geronimo mouthed the word, ‘wow’ at Evan. Evan felt pride swell up within him. Jess is the perfect woman! Jess wore a black leather jacket and jeans that accented her figure. Her long hair was down and the streak of white was more apparent than ever. She smiled as she admired Geronimo’s toned and tanned muscular body. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
Book 1 of 3 in the Keeper of Tales Trilogy Series. What a stunning, original book this is-restrained and sensual, cerebral and lush, always blazingly intelligent, epic and expansive, yet filled with the most precisely and lovingly observed details. This is one of the best books I've read in years. Reminiscent of Margaret Atwood's best work and yet wholly its own, The Mapmaker’s War evokes one of its heroine’s fantastic, world-defining maps: giving lines to human landscapes as old as myth, seemingly for the first time.
In Hyval's Wake: Keepers' Garden Trilogy, Book Two by Eric Noss (English) Paperb.