The Wanderer's Mark

The Wanderer s Mark BASAAL SCREAMED LIFTED HIS BLACK SWORD ABOVE HIS HEAD AND RODE INTO THE TUMULT OF WAR With a daunting desert spread out before her Eleanor still believes she can return home and aid her people in d

  • Title: The Wanderer's Mark
  • Author: Beth Brower
  • ISBN: 9780842529990
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • BASAAL SCREAMED, LIFTED HIS BLACK SWORD ABOVE HIS HEAD, AND RODE INTO THE TUMULT OF WAR.With a daunting desert spread out before her, Eleanor still believes she can return home and aid her people in defending Aemogen from the Imirillian invasion But she finds there are impossibilities and bitter fates she cannot control Now that Eleanor is beyond his reach, Basaal must cBASAAL SCREAMED, LIFTED HIS BLACK SWORD ABOVE HIS HEAD, AND RODE INTO THE TUMULT OF WAR.With a daunting desert spread out before her, Eleanor still believes she can return home and aid her people in defending Aemogen from the Imirillian invasion But she finds there are impossibilities and bitter fates she cannot control Now that Eleanor is beyond his reach, Basaal must confront the demons of his father s conquest With the Emperor Shaamil s decision to personally ensure victory, Basaal is swept into the war he d tried so desperately to prevent.

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    1. Beth Brower

      Like many of my siblings, I would sneak out of bed, slip into the hallway, and pull my favorite books from the book closet I read my way through the bottom shelf, then the next shelf up, and the shelf above that, until I could climb to the very top shelf, stacked two layers deep and two layers high, and read the titles of the classics My desire to create stories grew as I was learning to read them Subsequently, I spent my time scribbling in notebooks rather than listening to math lectures at school.I graduated with a degree in literary studies, and have spent several years working on the novels that keep pounding on the doors of my mind, as none of my characters are very patient to wait their turn I currently live in Orem, Utah, with my wonderful chemist husband, and books in every room of the house.

    961 thoughts on “The Wanderer's Mark”


    1. I loved this whole trilogy, as evidenced by how quickly I read all three books. I just couldn't put them down. Thanks Bethany, for not making me wait 3 years to read this entire tale. This was such a great story. The characters were so full of integrity, loyalty and love and were willing to sacrifice there own happiness to do what was right for others.


    2. After the emotional turmoil of the second book, this takes the reader for even more of an emotional roller coaster. It is a fabulous push and pull that keeps the reader going wanting desperately to know what will happen to all the characters we've come to know. I couldn't put it down and loved it. It's a wonderful end to the trilogy.


    3. Such perfection in a book. I need to read it again and I rarely feel that way about a book. I loved he first two in this series and I loved this one even more.


    4. Loved this series! It has been one week since I finished this book and I'm still suffering from a book hangover!


    5. I just finished the last page of the book and I don’t have a coherent thought. My heart has been rended! I literally feel like I’ve just personally experienced every feeling that Eleanor and Basaal have gone though and I’m a mess. Wow! Wanderer’s Mark is an emotional roller-coaster ride, and I might add…not for the faint of heart. Beth Brower writes amazingly complex feelings and imbues her characters with such depth, that you are simply compelled to be drawn into their lives. Wanderer [...]


    6. Perfect ending to a great story!! I couldn't imagine how these circumstances could reconcile with anything like a happy ending. But the author's very clever plot twists brought it all together in a most satisfying way. Not without sorrow and realism though, which just made it that much sweeter. With some books I tend to move through quickly because of a lot of redundancy, but with this author, I didn't want to miss a word. I loved the seven scrolls and all the wisdom!Well done! Write more books [...]


    7. This book is absolutely marvelous. And I'm not using that word lightly. It ripped my heart out and gently replaced it. Although it hurt, and I sobbed uncontrollably, the ending could not have been better. The characters in this book are real and relatable. I feel like I know them personally. This book has changed my life-for the better, I assure you.


    8. "There are journeys to be had, and we must not dilute the struggle, or we do those we love a disservice." p35I love this quote and as a mother it holds an even more special place in my heart.All three books I rated five stars but the Ruby Prince is still my favorite of them all for the vivid descriptions and growth of characters.


    9. Responsibility RequiredLoved the trilogy. I learned that leading requires responsibility, choices are hard and not always black and white. Suffering leads to despair but hope prevails. I enjoyed the inserts from the illuminating God. And the cover artist, Kevin Cantrell, does amazing work.


    10. I loved this trilogy. I was almost sad to see it end. I loved these characters. If you liked Goose Girl, you will like these books.


    11. *4 and a half stars to be more accurate*My goodness! This series was an emotional rollercoaster. Love, sacrifice, pain, death, triumph, defeat, you name it. This was so close to being a five star read for me, but the ending was just too brief and detached to be completely satisfactory. During almost every interaction between Eleanor and Basaal, there was an undercurrent of suppressed words and emotions. It felt like it would explode and finally break through at any moment. I kept waiting for it [...]


    12. Overall, I loved this series. I liked the story and the writing and loved the characters. It took me to a different time and place, and I found myself thinking about it often when I wasn't reading. It dealt well with issues such as responsibility, loyalty, honor, covenants and home.I give the 3rd book only 3 starts because I was a bit disappointed. I thought the plot was good, but it didn't flow as well or hook me the way the other books did. I think I wanted more - more scenes to set up the shi [...]


    13. My favorite thing about this book versus the other two would be the unpredictability. I had no idea how the conflict would resolve beyond the fact that I knew Eleanor and Basaal would end up together. In the first two I knew what was coming next and wasn't surprised. This one kept me guessing to the end. It was a good conclusion to this series.


    14. The Wanderer's Mark was EVERYTHING I'd hoped it would be; a worthy conclusion to a really wonderful trilogy. Beth Brower had left our worthy companions in a pretty hopeless situation and it was wonderful to see how she went about continuing their journeys. The characters always remained true to themselves while struggling to be faithful to their commitments and each other. She has created such a rich, lovely, believable, and heartbreaking world that I know I will revisit often. In fact, upon fin [...]



    15. A great third bookThis book continues the story with the characters continuing to learn and painfully grow. I would like to know more of their stories.


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