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Stuart Hill
Scholastic Paperbacks; Reprint edition (February 1, 2008)
Literature & Fiction
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The Icemark Chronicles is a series of books consisting of The Cry of the Icemark, followed by Blade of Fire, and Last Battle of the Icemark and the prequel called Prince Of The Icemark.

The Icemark Chronicles is a series of books consisting of The Cry of the Icemark, followed by Blade of Fire, and Last Battle of the Icemark and the prequel called Prince Of The Icemark. The books were written by Stuart Hill from Leicester. Fox 2000 Pictures optioned the film rights to the book. The film was set to be produced by Courtney Pledger and Sarah Radclyffe, but it is unknown if or when it will be released. The books are published by Chicken House.

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Icemark Chronicles: The Cry of the Icemark (The Icemark Chronicles Book 1). Stuart Hill. The Icemark Chronicles Last Battle of the Icemark. Prince of the Icemark (The Icemark Chronicles). Then, there is the daughter who becomes extremely evil even after being raised by good parents, as if the raising of a child has no effect on the child in the end.

Home Stuart Hill Blade Of Fire (Book 2. a sensational new author who is going to take the children’s book world by storm. The Icemark Chronicles: The Cry of the Icemark. Blade Of Fire (Book 2). Prince of the Icemark. Last Battle of the Icemark.

Home Stuart Hill Blade Of Fire (Book 2). Home. Blade of fire book 2, . Blade Of Fire (Book 2), . read it, read it, read i. .Winner of the ottakar’s children’s book prize 2005. To Clare for being there. Even his father’s prophecy was forgotten as he slowly limped away back to his room. Little moved in the vicious cold, and nothing could live here for long without shelter. Even so, a carriage risked the icy wastes, travelling fast; all brittle glitter under a frigid moon.

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The Icemark Chronicles by. 17 years have passed since the tiny kingdom of the Icemark last defended itself from invasion. Now Thirrin and Oskan have five children, but Scipio Bellorum has a family too - and he is back with his sons and a fleet of sky ships to finish what he started in the Icemark! Get A Copy.

The Cry of the Icemark, Stuart Hill’s first novel is not only a remarkable debut but also a personal tribute. Blade of Fire Icemark chronicles (Том 2). Автор. When he was a teenager, Stuart lost "the real Thirrin, his red-haired sister Kathleen, to leukemia.

I love the choice of Stuart Hill's heroes

I love the choice of Stuart Hill's heroes. Sharley, the most unlikely warrior ends up being the one to save them all as he travels into unkown territory to seek alliance with the most distant lands. The Icemark is looking grim as they fight the Polypontian empire, until Sharley comes back with his aliance of the Desert Kingdowm. And of course Medea, the evil daughter. No book is good without a nemesis.

Medea (The Icemark Chronicles). Medea Clytemnestra Strong-In-The-Arm Lindenshield is a fictional character and the chief antagonist from Stuart Hill's fantasy trilogy of books called The Icemark Chronicles. She appears in a major role in both Blade Of Fire and Last Battle Of The Icemark. She does not appear in The Cry Of The Icemark as it is set 20 years previously to the other novels.

Following THE CRY OF THE ICEMARK, a huge success in England and critically acclaimed in the U.S., the next epic adventure in The Icemark Chronicles.Many years have passed since Queen Thirrin and her allies defended the Icemark against a brutal invasion. But now General Bellorum is back, along with his bloodthirsty spawn--twin sons even more vicious than him. Thirrin and Oskan also have a family: two girls and three boys. But darkness lurks within the House of Lindenshield: Medea, the couple's cold-hearted fifteen-year-old daughter, is just coming into her magical powers, and she may be the downfall of the kingdom. It's up to her brother, Charlemagne, crippled by polio as a child, to return from exile and rescue the land he loves.
  • I enjoyed the first book for what it was, a cute, action adventure story that moves quickly. I think my problem with the second story is similar to my problem with a lot of stories. The antagonist is two-dimensional and actually stymies the story where as a more dynamic antagonist would add a new level of intensity to the plot. Then, there is the daughter who becomes extremely evil even after being raised by good parents, as if the raising of a child has no effect on the child in the end. The story line also felt very similar to the first story. Again, the Icemark faces battle, and again people have to go and round up the allies. To me, the addition of new people is just more allies that needed rounding up. Truthfully, I enjoyed the first story, even with its flaws, but I found this book to be tedious due to its similar nature, and the increase in overly evil antagonists. This book is much better than some stories, but it is nowhere near the best quality, and is definitely a slight let down after the fascinating new world introduced in the first book that allowed me to overlook the one two-dimensional character. I hoped to find that this character became more dynamic with the second book, but he didn't. I am not sure if I will read the third book. I think as a stand alone, this book would have been a better read even with the over emphasis on how evil the antagonists are. My main problem with this story was how similar to the first story it felt.

  • This is one of the best high-fantasy series I've come across so far. I finished reading this book several days ago and thought it really good. It's involving, thorough and overall, it's great! My only problems are Medea's pigheadedness and how she's really unreasonable in her thinking (but Stuart Hill may just be commenting on the average teenage mind) and how the Icemark's new allies are essentially copies of ancient African and Middle-East Kingdoms. A little more creativity, *please*.....This book is still worth a read, though. Odds are, you probably won't be disappointed.

  • A gift for my son. Delivered quickly and a good product.

  • The book was in TERRIFIC quality (i bought used). THe sotry is breathtaking and if you read the first one, will leave you wanting more!
    Perfect for ages 11 and up. Its a good read to for teenagers as well; I'm 17 in HS with a College reading level and STILL love it.

  • I liked the first book in this series, but he series has really taken off with this book. The characters are all very interesting if sometimes a little hard to relate to. The story is really well written and I had a hard time slowing myself down at the end of the book. A great book for a young reader, but still good for adults.

  • This must have been the best book I have ever read because it was a good mixture of magic, reality and I always wanted to read it to find out what was going to happen next. It also made me want to read the next book so bad that I could not wait for it to come.

  • Good solid read.

  • OK, so I liked Cry of the Icemark a *little* bit better- mainly because Thirrin is just an amazing heroine... But I loved this book, too! My thanks to Stuart Hill for bringing yet another heartwarming, amazing book into my life!