Albreks Tomb (Adventurers Wanted, #3)

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  • Albreks Tomb (Adventurers Wanted, #3)
  • M.L. Forman
  • 08 August 2018
  • 9781609089184

About the Author: M.L. Forman

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10 thoughts on “Albreks Tomb (Adventurers Wanted, #3)

  1. Mike (the Paladin) says:

    This is the third in this series and I am enjoying them greatly...even though it is blatantly about a young man who's stumbled into being the overall, great beyond words, probably prophesied and always awesome wizard of most young gamers' dreams.

    yep he does it all and he does it not only well but with style!

    These books feel very much like participating in a table top RPG (ala D&D) and they're fun. This one is not really any less so but i think I may have overdosed on them a bit, LOL.

    Still the Adventure to find Albrek's Tomb roles on through several encounters (after all first they have to find the tomb) and far away places. Our young hero is again instrumental in grand events and finds out even more about his powers and talents...though his background is still very much a mystery.


  2. Elizabeth Dragina says:

    3.5 stars ~

    It's so relaxing rereading these books. For some reason I'm not being super critical?? XD

    There's a lot of LoTR references and it gets kinda annoying, but I love the action. The characters are honestly so flat ..... and I don't know why I enjoyed this so much??

    The world building is amazing and the plot is great. Pacing could use help. Content consists of some fantasy violence and a lot of magic. This world revolves around magic. Very minor cussing. PG - 13

    Overall I enjoyed the adventure. I recommend if your looking for a relaxing fantasy adventure. :)

  3. Cathy says:

    Alex has a lot of new choices to make in this book, choices about adventures to go on, and most importantly where he will make his home. He knows that he is welcome to stay with his step-father Mr. Roberts for as long as he would like, but he also knows that he would like to stay with his friends, maybe in the land of Alusia. He knows that the choices will need to be made, but first things first, is he ready for a new adventure? His friend and mentor Whalen has recommended him for a new adventure as a wizard, but first Alex must go meet the leader at Mr. Clutter's adventure shop. He's very surprised to see that the leader of the adventure is none other than his friend Trang. Trang has been asked by the king of Thraxon to find the tomb of a dwarf adventurer named Albrek. Albrek and the dwarves he took with him simply vanished and nothing was ever heard from them again. The king of Thraxon needs a special ring that Albrek carried that was most likely put in his tomb when he died. Several things don't really add up for Alex though, the first thing being that Mr. Clutter had mentioned a second secret expedition in Thraxon at the same time. Alex decides to join the company and is happy about going on the adventure with several of his old friends and several new ones to, but this mission will tax Alex in ways that he could never even imagine.

    This is such a fun series! I started reading this series just a few days ago, it really sucks you into the story and makes you want to read more and more. Alex is such a fun character, he is so strong in his beliefs of right and wrong. There is one part of the story where they find a great evil and Alex knows that no matter how close they are to finishing their adventure, he must fight this great evil and destroy it if he can, even if it means his own death. I love how Alex learns more about himself and his family history in this book. The other adventurers that he journeys with are true people of character as well. I love how this series shows that you can be a person of character and still have many great and wonderful adventures! This book is full of adventure and tons of creatures that I've never heard of, let alone thought of. It's definitely a fun series for boys or girls, young or old!

  4. Magila says:

    Maybe a 4, maybe a 5, but with only 15 reviewers and severe public undervaluation, I've taken liberty.

    I love this series. The author writes interesting stories, has memorable characters, and a well-thought-out cast of secondary characters which really bring value to the books. What's more, like Harry Potter, you can see Alex's (the main character) world slowly expanding as he learns he is an ever increasingly more important piece in the puzzle.

    Unlike some other middle reader/juvenile fiction writers (Rick Riordan), the author does not spoon feed the audience and foreshadow in a way that is tell-shadowing. There are a number of mysteries left in the series, and this book was full of surprises. It also left you hanging on some known questions, introduced others, and partially answered a few to great effect - you want to hear more. That said, one quibble is either the author or publisher's need to recap events/lessons which were learned, not just in the series (which I say sure to) but even within this book. If it's in the same book, let readers turn the pages if they must and leave room for more core story or get done faster.

    On the plus side, I enjoy that this series is not just entertaining, but also seeks to impart lessons to its young readers. That's a welcome change from so many pointless - in some cases -, or subversive - in others - works. The questions in the back of the book can aide teachers or parents in having the discussion, but I'd suggest there is far more moral value in the book than the 10 questions let on.

    Great book, and a great series. This series and The Tapestry are probably the two best overlooked juvenile fiction series, and especially good for young male readers. Recommend.

  5. Spencer Richards says:

    Albreks Tomb this is one of the greatest books every written the an Adventure is called to the distant land of Thraxon and as Alex a young but powerful wizard joins this group he has no idea of the dangers that face him.

    This adventure begins in Telous where they then ride to Thraxon looking for the Ring of Searching the object of the quest they run into Hellerash giant wolves that are vicious and destroy the mighty. Alex and his friends find that these are not normal Hellerash but are dead and were summoned by a necromancer. Alex under the rules that apply to wizards must face this evil and defeat it he does so with the greatest of success. As they get closer to the land where the Ring of Searching is hidden they run into another problem a Thunderbird. A huge bird that shoots lightening bolts from its beak.

    My favorite part is when he faces the evil necromancer that he finds a way to deflect evil spells back at the person who cast it. So he is able to win the battle but just barely.

    I would recommend this book to anyone it is full of adventure and is very easy to read.

  6. Charles says:

    I had a great time reading this book I took a chunk out of my weekend in order to finish the book. While reading you see Alex's powers become greater and his magic enhancing his fellow adventurers. While reading finding out that Alex is both man and dragon completely blew my mind, but reading this book was a joy and I would love to read it again. You are what you do, 'Whalen saidyou are what people think you are and more importantly, What you think you are. If you think of yourself as a great hero, you will act like a great hero. If you think of yourself as a small thing--something that doesn't matter--well then, you won't matter.”(Forman 274). How do we know what we know? The entire series Alex didn't even know he was part dragon we can never really know what we think we know. Knowing is half the battle after knowing you have to believe in what you know. I would like to recommend this book to readers who love plot twisted and adventurous books.

  7. Marisa says:

    Read with my boys age 11 and 9. Loving the series, very fun book!!

  8. Krista says:

    Still curious about this story...

  9. Jane says:

    2.5 stars. I really like the setting and situations the characters get into, but why do they even need a party? Freaking Wesley Crusher, I mean, Alex Taylor, pretty much can take care of every problem, and does, and is even schooling the hundreds of years old elf who travels with them. If I was a 14 year old boy, I'd think Alex was pretty cool, but this super Mary-Stu of a wizard just gets tiresome. He has no faults, there is nothing he can't do or conquer, everyone has heard of him, he can do everyone's job better than they can regardless of age or experience. Good gosh! And this is another one of those YA books where the hero/heroine is privileged, not because of anything that they have done, but because they are born special. Talk about the Modern American Dream.

  10. Mindy says:

    Read this because it was close at hand, not because I enjoyed the series enough to continue. The main character can do no wrong and is apparently invincible. That gets annoying. The other characters don't do or matter much, which makes the 'we're the best of friends' ending ring false. I'm sure fans of the series will still enjoy it though. Its a wholesome adventure book for the young YA crowd.