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The Sword and the Dragon Revised by Michael R. Mathias

The Sword and the Dragon Revised

Description : Deemed One of the Top 10 indie Fantasy releases of 2010 by Fantasy Book Critic, and listed in the first ever Publishers Weekly Indie Select issue, the original 235k word epic title was written in longhand in a Texas prison cell by M. R. Mathias. The Sword and the Dragon (Revised) is a Fully polished version that includes two Wardstone Short Stories. One is a piece of flash fiction called "The Blood of Coldfrost." The other is a Short Story called "Roar." These tales can only be found in print, in this volume. "The Sword and the Dragon" When the Royal Wizard of Westland poisons the king so that his puppet prince can take the throne and start a continental war, a young squire is forced to run for his life carrying the powerful sword that his dying monarch burdened him with from the death bed. Two brothers find a magic ring and start on paths to becoming the most powerful sort of enemies, while an evil young sorceress unwillingly falls in love with one of them when he agrees to help her steal a dragon's egg for her father. Her father just happens to be the Royal Wizard, and despite his daughter's feelings, he would love nothing more than to sacrifice the boy! All of these characters, along with the Wolf King of Wildermont, the Lion Lord of Westland, and a magical hawk named Talon, are on a collision course toward Willa the Witch Queen's palace in the distant kingdom of Highwander. There the very bedrock is formed of the powerful magical substance called Wardstone. Who are the heroes? And will they get there before the Royal Wizard and his evil hordes do? Whatever happens, the journey will be spectacular, and the confrontation will be cataclysmic. Kings, Queens, Heroes, & Fools - The Wardstone Trilogy Book II is now available The Wizard & the Warlord - The Wardstone Trilogy Book III releases in July 2012 Don't miss the International Bestselling 'Saga of the Dragoneers' The First Dragoneer - Free The Royal Dragoneers - Now Available Cold Hearted Son of a Witch - Now Available The Confliction - Now Available Confliction Compendium - (The Dragoneers Omnibus) - Now Available Also by M.R. Mathias Crimzon & Clover I - Orphaned Dragon, Lucky Girl Crimzon & Clover II - The Tricky Wizard Crimzon & Clover II - The Grog Crimzon & Clover IV - The Wrath of Crimzon Oathbreaker - A Faery Tale Short King of Fools The Adventurion - A YA sci-fi novel

Subtitle : The Wardstone Trilogy

Authors : Michael R. Mathias

Published Date : 2012-07-01

Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN : 1478234571

Page : 526 Pages

Categories : Fiction

Total Download: 93

Filesize: 3 MB

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