Click to Buy Buy from Amazon
Click to Buy Buy from Barnes & Noble


Elf's in a Conquered Realm

Cover Art from Trouble in the Elf City

What Others Have to Say about Elfs in a Conquered Realm

Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
5 Star Review

 

Elfs in a Conquered Realm by Anna Del C. Dye is an impressive tome amongst her collection of stories from the Elf world. Elfs in a Conquered Realm covers many years, and reintroduces some of the characters from Dye’s prior works. The epilogue covers centuries, filling us in on happenings yet to come, and leaving us with that feeling of satisfaction that comes when you realize everything is going to turn out just fine. Dye’s elfs are so authentically described and characterized it is hard to disbelieve they really exist somewhere. Their emotions, concerns, worries, even the ennui of their daily lives could not be more faithfully expressed for the reader. Anna Del C. Dye knows elfs. Any author, anywhere, who might consider writing a book which includes elfs, would do well to solicit her advice and pick her brains, for she has demonstrated a depth of knowledge that places her among Earth’s most prominent experts on the life of elfs.

Read more

Reviewed by Ashley Merrill for Front Street Reviews

Elfs in a Conquered Realm: The Silent Warrior Trilogy, Book 3

Anna del C. Dye

 

Wrapping up the elf trilogy, Anna del C. Dye has created yet another magical story for young and old alike. You are not left with any cliffhangers at the end but instead are left with a sense of peace and tranquility.

Adren and Dellin continue their lives in Lothia, the elf city. Adren gives birth to their son and their little family begins.  A few times throughout the story trouble ensues and Adren finds herself needing to call upon the Silent Warrior and 'his' students to help save the day. The greed of men for shiny treasures that the elfs are using to help save a once lost kingdom causes the men to do foolish things which end up costing them much.

Read more

Reviewed by Scarlett for ReviewYourBook.com

Elfs in a Conquered Realm: The Silent Warrior Trilogy-Book 3

Anna del C. Dye

 

In the third installment of the Silent Warrior Trilogy, Adren, half human, half elf princess of Menarm, has been called to aid in saving the kingdom of her human friend, King Paletin, by providing his people with the treasures of her fallen realm. Resources have been depleted during times of war, and while elfs have no need of material things, King Paletin will be able to use the gold and silver to provide food and other necessities to his people. Knowing that such an enormous amount of treasure being transported could attract thieves, but not wanting to draw attention to the precious cargo, Adren enlists the help of the women warriors. Women elfs do not traditionally fight, and Adren knew that thieves would not suspect women to be entrusted with such a dangerous mission. Anna del C. Dye created a wonderful story about elves and humans working together to rebuild a society destroyed by war.

Read more

Reviewed by Lisa Jones

 

Dear Anna del C. Dye Outskirts

 

Wrapping up the elf trilogy, Anna del C. Dye has created yet another magical story for young and old alike. You are not left with any cliffhangers at the end but instead are left with a sense of peace and tranquility.

I would like to share my overall impression of your work: You are a very convincing writer. I have to say that it is obvious that you have done a significant amount planning and preparation in crafting your work.  You have really considered your audience in your writing by adding details that add to the credibility of your writing. In your work, your narrative voice is just great - very familiar and easy to follow. Your characters are round, well developed and your plot so engaging. I have to say that you have written an excellent piece here. It looks to me like you have meticulously gone through your document revising and smoothing things out. It flows very nicely. It is one that should be well received by a wide audience.