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Telep, the Diamond: Book 3 in the Aglaril Cycle


Book cover of Telep the Diamond

The third book, Telep the Diamond, follows the story of Sir Ahlan, who has joined the group looking for the magic gems in place of Evan. They have left Wrightwood and are on their way to Ravenhurst, when they encounter a women beset by bandits. They chase off the brigands and agree to escort her to town.


The woman, Nancy, claims to be a sword master for the Duke of Argentos, who lives in the castle outside of Ravenhurst, but the story Nancy tells of how she got separated from her companions and attacked by bandits raises many questions and inconsistencies.

Unable to resolves these queries, Ahlan suspects Nancy of being a spy and plans to expose her in open court when they reach Argentos. But unbeknownst to the knight, their fates are intertwined and she is critical in retrieving the next magic gem.

Meanwhile they encounter a dukef scout on their way and kill her. The scout's partner learns of this and trails them as they seek the third gem.

Can they unravel the mystery around Nancy before the dukefs learn what they are doing?

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Dianne Swistak says...
The style is spare and straightforward making the story easy and pleasurable to read. It moves smoothly with a lot of time spent on the development of the newest character, Nancy. Toward the end, the pace picks up, and the action becomes more exciting as the characters complete their quest. There have been enough hooks and unanswered questions left in the three volumes to keep the reader coming back for more. This is a good series to follow, and I look forward to reading volume four.
2nd January 2017 8:54am
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DJ Smith says...
This was good read, but I found it more slow moving than the first two in the series. This book dug into each character more, and seems to have set up the next book. I finished feeling more invested in finding out how the quest ends, and also more interested in what happens with each of the travelers and their own personnel journeys. I'm hoping there's some twists there as there have been throughout the quest for the gems. Looking forward to book 4!
24th December 2016 8:56am
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Eastern Sunset Reader says...
I really have been enjoying this fantasy series so far, it has the classic feel of a quest with an eclectic group banding together. This third book in the series continues the quest to find the Aglaril stones. We encounter some new characters who may or may not be as they seem. Rich Feitelberg definitely threw some twists in that I was not expecting, definitely tossing some of my theories for the series out the window. This is a slow moving book as far as development but it allows us to get to ... Read More
22nd November 2016 9:14am
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Brian Maguire says...
I have found myself more and more engrossed by this multi-volume fantasy epic. The characters are interesting and the various plot twists keep the reader hooked. One suggestion: start with volume 1 -- you really want the background the early volumes provide.
17th April 2016 12:07pm
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