The Hero Chronicles: A Complete Collection

The Hero Chronicles A Complete Collection New Edition Coming in For the first time the entirety of Schulze s five book epic middle grade fantasy come together in this all in one edition of The Hero Chronicles Join the Hero of Year

  • Title: The Hero Chronicles: A Complete Collection
  • Author: Christine E. Schulze
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  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • New Edition Coming in 2013 For the first time, the entirety of Schulze s five book epic middle grade fantasy come together in this all in one edition of The Hero Chronicles.Join the Hero of 1,000 Years, the Princess of Destiny, the Silver Knight, and their friends and allies in an ultimate battle of good against evil Travel between past and present to unravel the myster New Edition Coming in 2013 For the first time, the entirety of Schulze s five book epic middle grade fantasy come together in this all in one edition of The Hero Chronicles.Join the Hero of 1,000 Years, the Princess of Destiny, the Silver Knight, and their friends and allies in an ultimate battle of good against evil Travel between past and present to unravel the mysteries of the future Enjoy the quirky humor and drama between friends Learn the ancient magics and prophecies of the fairies and elves of Loz Discover the unbreakable ties of friendship and the sweetness of new love Delve into an intricate adventure ridden with action and danger But, most importantly of allRemember the phoenix feather.

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    About "Christine E. Schulze"

    1. Christine E. Schulze

      Christine E Schulze has been living in castles, exploring magical worlds, and creating fantastical romances and adventures since she was too young to even write of such stories Her collection of YA, MG, and children s fantasy adventure books, The Amielian Legacy, is comprised of series and stand alone books that can all be read separately but also weave together to create a single, amazing fantasy One of her main aspirations for The Amielian Legacy is to create grand fantasy adventures with characters that connect with readers from many different backgrounds She has always believed strongly in including diversity in her books right now her focus is on including racial diversity and characters with developmental disabilities The latter is inspired by Schulze working with adults with autism and other developmental disabilities at Trinity Services in Southern Illinois She also donates 25% of all royalties to ALFA, a local charity that supports many of Trinity s programs.Some of her exciting ventures include the publication of her award winning Bloodmaiden, as well as The Stregoni Sequence and The Chronicles of the Mira with Writers Exchange in both paperback and electronic forms Her published books for younger readers include In the Land of Giants, The Amazing K, and The Adventures of William the Brownie.Her most recent project includes the professional re editing and remastering of two YA fantasy series, The Gailean Quartet and The Hero Chronicles, the latter of which will be released under the new name A Shadow Beyond Time For this series, she has also brought an amazing new co author onto her team, Kira Lerner, whom she has used many a time as her editor for other works.Christine currently lives in Belleville, IL, but you can visit her on her website authorchristineschulze

    297 thoughts on “The Hero Chronicles: A Complete Collection”

    1. I am impressed at how determined the author has been to get her book[s] out there! She contacted me after reading/reviewing one of her other books, Silent Hero: A Tribute to The Legend of Zelda, she offered me a copy of this and liking fantasy the way I do I wasn't going to turn her down. I think I am a little too old for this series, but that doesn't stop me from reading stories like this. It's starts off a little slow for me, but picks up later and her writing definitely gets better as the boo [...]


    2. I received The Hero Chronicles: A Complete Collection by Christine E. Schulze from the author in exchange for a review. This book is described as a middle grade series. The series is a collection of five books. In order to review each of these books I will be separating them by title and writing about the book.The 1,000 Year Hero This book has an interesting concept. We have seen schools for witches and wizards, schools for vampires, but I've never read of a school of fairies. Personally I alwa [...]


    3. I think I'll try to review each story in this complete collection as I read them instead of trying to get them all reviewed when I complete the book. The first story is The Hero of 1000 years (The Hero Chronicles: Book #1). This story begins in a land of Elves and Fairies. Thankfully the beginning of the Hero Chronicles includes as description of how the worlds work so you can understand exactly where this world is. There is also a nice section on the different races with descriptions so you can [...]


    4. Christine Schulze's YA Fantasy 5 book epic collection is brought together into one must -have book "The Hero Chronicles". Enter the magical world of Carmella Elves, Forest-footer Elves, Iceans, and Scintillates & Mira (two closely related people) and other interesting characters while they battle good and evil, darkness and light, and navigate the far from smooth road leading to adulthood.Discover friendships that will last through the difficult quests ahead, and destinies that are not alway [...]


    5. The author, Christine E. Schulze, has just sent me a PDF copy of this for review, which I think is awesome because free books are always awesome (and obviously Ms. Schulze is, too). I plan on reviewing each book in the series separately in this space, and will write as soon as I finish each segment. Edit 04/13/2012: Well, I've just finished The Hero of 1,000 Years and I have quite a bit to say, much of which are already posted as status updates. The first thing that irked me about The Hero Chron [...]


    6. I entered to win the complete collection of The Hero Chronicles on . I didn't win, but the author sent me a pdf copy of the collection in exchange for an honest review. :)Book #1--The Hero of 1000 YearsI enjoyed reading this first book of the series; however, a lot of characters were introduced at once, and it was difficult to keep track of who is who. Chasmira and Aaron are the top two main characters, so I knew them the best. There wasn't enough development of their friends to differentiate th [...]


    7. I have just finished the Hero Chronicles. First, I must state that the author kindly gave me an e-book version for review: I'll try not to be bias!Summary of the story:This is the tale of Chasmira, Aaron and their friends, students in a magical school. They are members of different magical races, such as the Elves. The book is a mix between fantasy and teenage high-school stories.I gave the 3 stars but different types of audience may or may not appreciate it. If you are between 10 and 18 years o [...]


    8. These books tell the story of Chasmira who recently started attending the Lynn Lectim Academy for Fairies and Elves. She meets up with an old friend of hers, Aaron, and quickly makes many new friends. Chasmira begins to settle in and enjoy her new friends and school, but her friend Aaron gets hurt a few times and it seems like someone is doing it on purpose. Neither one knows it, but this is just the beginning of a dangerous but exciting adventure for them and their classmates.My thoughts:I felt [...]


    9. This book was given to me in PDF format by the author, Schulze, as a giveaway.First, this is a brief review of THE HERO OF 1000 YEARS. I felt it easier to review each book separately than to try and review the entire series. I will edit/add a review after I finish each book.I enjoy YA novels, but I'm not a fan when a book uses slang that ultimately "dates" itself permanently. For example, in THE HERO OF 1000 YEARS, Schulze regularly uses the expressions, "coolio," "uncoolio," "jiminy cricket," a [...]


    10. The Hero Chronicles, a YA series written by Christine Schulze, was a fairly interesting read for me in all fairness. As with Lily In the Snow, another of her books that I reviewed, her characters showed an enjoyable amount of character development throughout the story (I'm considering it one long story, rather than separate books, since that's essentially how I read it), and while some of the plot moved a tad too fast during moments of action, there was nothing to really take away from my enjoym [...]


    11. My thanks to the author Christine Schulze for providing me with a copy of the Hero Chronicles to read. As I had not read any of her work to date I was unsure what to expect. When I read the brief description of the story here on I added this book to my TBR list. When I started reading Hero Chronicles I was reminded somewhat of the Harry Potter stories. I continued reading and suddenly found myself captivated by the story. As I read further the story became less similar to Harry Potter and becam [...]


    12. This is an amazing series. The adventure just keeps going and it seems as if it's never ending. Especially in the last book when Aaron had to leave. It shows there's more of a journey to the story. Everything fit together perfectly in the end. There are some misunderstood characters in this series that just need someone to be there for them. All the characters have a sense of humor which I loved. It's characters like that who keep my attention drawn to the story. There is sadness in this story a [...]


    13. Great!! The Hero Chronicles: A Complete Collection by Christine E. Schulze started off a little slow in the first book but gradually grew as did the characters in this fantasy book about a group of regular kids who grew to be heros. The kids lived in the real world within a mystical fantasy world. The god Amiel is intertwined within the book showing the understanding of the author's love of the real King of Kings. Her emphasis of this makes this book a guide to those who wish to know how to foll [...]


    14. At first I was not sure if I liked this series. As I read on though, it became clear to me that this was going to be one of my favorites. It is not to often that I find a series that both adults and children will enjoy. The characters are easy to identify with and are easy to love. I love, love, love that keeping your faith strong is a predominant message in all the books in the series. I will definitely recommend these books to many people who want to read something that has a good message in t [...]


    15. This is an epic of a story of fairies, elves and a long list of different "races" all of which is explained in the the beginning. To me it was a little confusing at first but I finally caught on. Definitely a good vs. evil story. Start out with our fairies and elves getting ready to go to the prestigious academy and away we go on our adventures. I loved the time travel of our characters and how they interact. This is a book I will keep on the front of my shelves to read at least once a year just [...]


    16. Although it has taken me about 6 months to read this novel, I must say, it was worth it! In reading it for so long, it allowed me to truly enjoy the story and the adventure of what was going on with these group of friends. From characters growing into young adults to seeing the many faces of evil, this book is highly recommended for readers of all ages. There is so much faith and love that you'll also learn a little something from it.


    17. The author gave me this book for free in epub format. This was a good read. I do see why the author change the reading level to a lower age. But it was still enjoyable for a light lengthy read. The stories are well developed and cannot wait to allow my nieces and nephews to read this book.


    18. This was a kind gift from the author, a kindle edition. This certainly was a different type of read for me and I thought more suitable to teenagers or young adults. While it took me a some time to get into, the fantasy etc. it turned out to be a book I quite enjoyed reading.


    19. A very good series of stories that interweave with each other making for a book you don't want to put down! You will come to love all the characters in this story, I cried and laughed with them all, feeling like I've known them for years. Carrie A. Watson


    20. Alrighty, totally honest review time here. Having been fortunate enough to win the series (through First Reads), the least I can do is review them as I go.Book 1 - The Hero of 1,000 YearsThis is a fairly standard young-adult fantasy novel. It has some issues, and it has some things that stand out.First, the author spends too much time at the beginning trying to be the next J K Rowling. The aerial game at the magic school, the overall feel. There is a preponderance of reliance upon dialogue inst [...]


    21. First-Reads GiveawayThe author very kindly emailed me a pdf of The Hero Chronicles almost a year ago now, and I have finally gotten around to reading it.I'm afraid I just did not like this book, but I was determined to finish it so that I could review it honestly.There were a number of phrases repeated often which just grated on my mind, a few examples being: 'coolio', 'uncoolio', 'Jiminy Cricket' and 'upchuck'.There were some instances which forcibly reminded me of elements from Harry Potter an [...]


    22. This was an enjoyable read. Anyone that enjoys sword and sorcery fantasy would not go wrong to give this book a read.


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