The Black River Chronicles: Level One

The Black River Chronicles: Level One

The Black River Chronicles Level One You know these characters The ranger the fighter the wizard the rogue But haven t you ever wondered how they learned to be those things Three months into his studies at the Black River Academy of S

  • Title: The Black River Chronicles: Level One
  • Author: David Tallerman Michael Wills Ed Greenwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • You know these characters The ranger, the fighter, the wizard, the rogue But haven t you ever wondered how they learned to be those things Three months into his studies at the Black River Academy of Swordcraft and Spellcraft, Durren Flintrand is shocked by the news that from now on he ll be assigned to a party, and that his only hope of progressing beyond the lowly rankYou know these characters The ranger, the fighter, the wizard, the rogue But haven t you ever wondered how they learned to be those things Three months into his studies at the Black River Academy of Swordcraft and Spellcraft, Durren Flintrand is shocked by the news that from now on he ll be assigned to a party, and that his only hope of progressing beyond the lowly rank of level one is to succeed with his new companions However, Durren has a secret that may make that impossible, and his three partners have problems of their own Wizard Areinelimus is terrified of her own magic Rogue Tia has no patience at all with others And warrior Hule is just an idiot In fact, when a disembodied, floating eyeball is your most competent party member, you know you have serious problems.To stand a chance of succeeding, they need to work together, and that means learning to tolerate each other, while surviving a world of angry rat people, murderous sorcerers and homicidal unicorns But even if they can somehow find a way to get along, dark and ancient forces are stirring, ones no level one students should ever have to confrontThe Black River Chronicles is a new fantasy series from David Tallerman and Michael Wills Set in an academy for young adventurers in training, the Black River Academy, our new dungeon crawlers set out to learn the ropes Follow them in their adventures and misadventures and see if they save the day, or flunk out of school before earning their next level.Thank you for your interest DigitalFictionPub Facebook blackriverchronicles

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    Well (I believe I've said that before)is is the second time I've tried to read this book. This time I finally skimmed my way to the end.Look, this is a young book (the cover gives that away I suppose). It's another that takes place in a school. This is a school where people learn to become a part of of one of the "adventuring classes". Are you a fighter, a magic user, a ranger. etc.?Should have been a good book It really isn't (in my opinion of course). The situations are not only weak and simpl [...]

    If, like me, you are a fan of Dungeons and Dragons style 'quest' novels you'll be used to the idea of the 'quest party'. You know the kind of thing I mean - a collection of heroes, each with their own individual skills, i.e. a Mage, a Healer, a Warrior,  a Rogue, a Ranger. The thing is, each story seems to start with a fully formed party all ready for action. You may get a bit of origin story but, to be fair, nobody ever really asks the questions, how do you become a renowned Mage, Warrior or R [...]

    "The Black River Chronicles ," a new fantasy series from David Tallerman and Michael Wills is of an academy for young adventurers in training. The new dungeon crawlers set out to learn the ropes. It presents adventures and misadventures and depicts if they save the day, or flunk out of school before earning their next level. Excellent!! Really a great FANTASY!!

    If RA Salvatore wrote a novel set in Hogwarts, you would get this book. My daughter and I listened to this book together, and our largest disappointment is that there isn't a book two yet.

    A Team of MisfitsA Team of Misfits found that, as individuals they might be able to make it on his or her own, but working together they found that each of their individual strengths were multiplied when they work together as a Team. A great plot, an unexpected adversary, and a few twists kept me enthralled.

    Take a standard adventuring party of a rogue, warrior, mage and ranger. Then take a look at how they just happen to be travelling together and what led them to those career choices.This book does just that - a school for adventurers, introducing the four character classes and the people who enter each academy. It concentrates on one group, all with their own secrets and reasons for joining.As they are put together they need to work on becoming a team rather than four individuals hoping to make i [...]

    A great fantasy book, not quite the standard of Harry Potter, but a fun book none the less. Four members of the Black River Academy; a ranger, fighter, wizard and rogue, are brought together to complete quests that will enable them to elevate to level 2. They soon realise that the quests they are requested to complete are not all what they seem and as such, they set about finding out why. Young teenagers who like Harry Potter will probably enjoy this more than adults as the writing is definitely [...]

    Perfect D&D realized as fictionEver wondered what D&D would like look in book form, as a story? If so, then this is it. A sort of D&D plus Harry Potter with an adventurer's academy.Good stuff, and I will be picking up the sequel!

    Great story, quick and easy read!Interesting story good character development, keeps you reading and at the end you want to know what's in store for these characters next.

    This story was fun. It put me in mind of a D&D campaign where a bunch of novice players were given the Players Handbook and told to pick out their class. "Hey, this looks cool, I want to be a ranger, or a wizard, or a fighter." The characters were students in training to be adventurers. Part of that training included being sent out on quests, in a party containing one each of the most common classes, and learning to work together. Except that, there was something off about some of the quests [...]

    I was fortunate enough to receive this as a Giveaway winner, and was pleasantly surprised. At first I was a little skeptical of a book that so candidly upfront about being modeled like a fantasy gaming campaign (literally the characters know they are level one in a class and are trying to get to level two), but through some solid character building and easy-reading adventure writing, the authors manage to pull it off quite nicely. The book revolves around 4 characters (Ranger, Rogue, Wizard, Fi [...]

    ManI love frog's and other games and books but this It just blew my mind. Once I started I couldn't stop reading. No really I didn't stop reading until I finished. In all honesty I was greatly surprised and would love to see more books from this series. David Tallerman if you are reading this please make more of these. Darren is just such an interesting character with a mysterious last until later in the book and Hule his personality at the beginning and of course the awkward and shy but courage [...]

    Good twist towards the end and great battle. The story was fun and enjoyable. The characters well developed and the fantasy world was consistent. It flowed well. The one draw back was the very lengthy descriptions throughout. These made the story drag a little for me. But all in all a good read.

    A solid good readI have been reading okay and sub par books for a while now and it feels amazing to pick one up and feel great as I'm smiling over how the character are interacting or how something finally comes together in the way everyone wanted it too in the end. If you got time and are even a little interested in picking this book up just do it.

    A great fantasy book, not quite the standard of Harry Potter, but a fun book none the less. Four members of the Black River Academy; a ranger, fighter, wizard and rogue, are brought together to complete quests that will enable them to elevate to level 2. They soon realise that the quests they are requested to complete are not all what they seem and as such, they set about finding out why. Young teenagers who like Harry Potter will probably enjoy this more than adults as the writing is definitely [...]

    Prior to reading this, I glanced through some of the reviews on and found that a recurring theme is a comparison to Harry Potter and Dungeons & Dragons.Having now finished the book, the comparisons feel somewhat inevitable. The central focus of the story is a school/academy for various fantastical classes and the friendship that four students form in their first year. This did feel very much like the setup to a much broader story, setting up the four main characters and their various streng [...]

    The plot was a series of quests, like Guild Wars or other online RPG. Unlike the games, the characters were interesting and changing as the plot progressed. In most fantasy, I expect the main character to be overpowered in some way. Here, he is just a conflicted teen. The only member of his party with magic was a young dwarf girl, and hers is no magic to write home about. The plot is mostly driven by the evolving relationships among the members of the party.This first installment of a series is [...]

    All in all, a good readThis book started out a bit slow for me and I almost didn't finish it. I decided to keep reading and found that it got better. Aside from a situation that reminded me of Harry Potter, the story was original. It seemed like a D&D campaign put to words, but that's not a bad thing. Despite having an editor and proofreader, I found several typos, though they didn't detract from the reading flow. If you like fantasy, you'll like this book.

    The story was kind of short. Interesting style of writing, but not very interesting cast of characters. I felt that each of the main characters could have had a little more depth to their nature. All said, I would like to read a sequel if there was any.

    Great fun readFor fans of role play and fantasy tropes this is a wonderful whimsical take on the common tropes. I look forward to seeing the series grow and will be recommending this book to friends.

    Good readThough similar to other schools for the adventuresome; it's a good read. Entertaining and enough action to keep hey interest of most. Thank you

    This is a decent fantasy adventure novel that could have been great if the author had taken the fantasy gaming aspect to the comedic extreme.

    I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I love stories about characters working through their differences, learning more about each other and coming together as friends, so I was immediately interested in this. Unfortunately, although I did like the main themes of friendship and teamwork, this book didn’t quite work for me.I liked the writing for the most part, but found it overbearing at times. I really wanted to love the cast. I did appreciate their deve [...]

    A bit childish but okayThe MC wasn't exactly my cup of tea. The gang had a scooby-doo vibe to it.As did the main antagonist. The mini quests had a monster of the week feel to them and it all felt so very "young adult". Still for what it was, it was a fast moving, fairly entertaining read all the same. While "I" had been hoping for a more meat and potatoes kind of read, you know, hearty with layered and nuanced, flavors, I ended up with pie instead. But it was still a very tasty pie,

    Decent readA little simplistic, but overall a good read.I spotted two errors. See if you can find more.Light reading for a lazy day.

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