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The Caldarian Conflict by Mike Kalmbach

The Caldarian Conflict

Description : This is a fantasy novel intended for readers 14 and up.WARNING: Contains pirates, plot twists, and corrupt military members. Brother Mendell isn't someone you'd expect to see helping a pirate. After all, he's a monk who follows a god named Lord Justice, and pirates certainly deserve punishment. As a corrupt military deals death to pirates using questionable methods, Mendell finds himself caught in the crossfire when he seeks justice for an unfairly executed prisoner.No one is safe as Admiral Cain and his ruthless assistant Krell struggle to maintain complete secrecy over their plan. Their goal isn't merely to rid Caldaria of pirates; they have much loftier ambitions. Anyone with too much knowledge must die.Mendell struggles to unravel the mystery before he, too, becomes a casualty of The Caldarian Conflict.

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Authors : Mike Kalmbach

Published Date : 2011-08-01

Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN : 1466246812

Page : 274 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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Filesize: 4 MB

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