Land Keep

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Deseret Book Company, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 374 pages
25 Reviews
Having discovered that his destiny is tied to that of Farworld, Marcus, despite his growing power over water, struggles with physical pain and inner doubts as, with the help of his companions, he tries to complete the quest to find the other elementals that will help destroy the evil force of the Dark Circle.

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Review: Land Keep (Farworld #2)

User Review  - Tevin Johnson - Goodreads

As I read this book I think J. Scott Savage did an perfect job of getting me into the story. Sometimes I wanted to yell at Marcus. But questions were answered as the journey happened. There was no ... Read full review

Review: Land Keep (Farworld #2)

User Review  - Chris Robison - Goodreads

Got to admit, I thought Marcus's whining got really old really fast. I hope he grows up a little faster in future books. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Recently, J. Scott Savage took his family on a much-needed camping trip to an undisclosed forest. The trip must have been restful because he is now getting twice as much done. In an odd twist, he also now claims to have eight children: Good Erica, Evil Erica, Good Scott, Evil Scott, Good Jake, Evil Jake, Good Nick, and Evil Nick. His wife, Jennifer, was recently spotted at Disney World and Disneyland on the same day. And Pepper barks twice as much. This is the third volume in his Case File 13 series.

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