12/03/2011

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Legends


Legends
by Mel Keegan

In an era of storm and chaos, One will be born who will command the Power, but the ancient magic that flows in his veins like blood is his curse as well as his gift. In this time of cataclysm and ordeal, the upstart Empire of Vayal has placed a bounty on the heads of all scions of the lineage of Diomedas, for the oracle foretold the doom of Vayal, and it rides on the shoulders of the One. He lives and breathes already, hiding the old city of Zeheft and in the slowly drowning outlands.

He is Faunos, still dangerously young — and he has one dread: the witchfinders of Vayal, who are charged with the hunting of those like himself. Twenty years, Faunos has hidden and learned,until the gods of sea, storm and earth take Zeheft; and one night destiny brings Vayal’s young witchfinder to the camps of the water gypsies, where Faunos should not have been. The Empire of the Atlantan has one slender chance to survive, and its struggle will begin on this night.

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Legends – 69 Chapters (eSerial / Webnovel – HTML)

A Journey of Dragons



A Journey of Dragons
by Scott Robert Ladd

A Journey of Dragons is part of an original, reader-supported series of novels and stories. It is set in the land of Syraqua, where dragons have settled and humanity is nearly extinct, where dwarves delve into dark secrets of the past, and iguana-like reptilians seek a future of their own making. Human civilization has risen and fallen twice before; it now rises again, facing challenges from both within and without.

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A Journey of Dragons – 225 pages, 792 KB (EPUB, PDF, HTML, TXT)

Isildur



Isildur
by Brian K. Crawford with Gary D. Crawford

In the beginning was The One, Eru Iluvatar, and he created the Holy Ones, the Ainur. And the Ainur were of two kinds: the great Valar and the lesser Maiar. And the Ainur took the mighty theme of Eru’s thought and they raised their voices together and they sang the world into being. But Melkor, the mightiest of the Valar, thought to increase his own power and glory and introduced his own discords into the Music.

And then Eru made his Children: the Firstborn, or Eldar; and the Followers, or Atani. The Eldar call themselves the Quendi, or Speakers, but the other races call them Elves. They age until they choose to stop and then they live forever unless they are slain, when they Cross through The Curtain and return to whence they came. At any time, they can choose to sail away into the West and follow the Straight Path that leaves the Circles of the World. Then they will be reunited with all their kindred that have already Crossed. In contrast, the Atani, or Men, always grow older until they die, then they go where none but Eru knows. This the Elves are forever denied, and for this reason Death is called the Gift of Man.

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Isildur – 13 Chapters, 870 KB (HTML, ZIP)

Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse



Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse
by Andrew Ashling

From the author:-

From a fairly simple narrative it grew into a rather complex epic tale, set in a kind of medieval world, but, and this is important, not our Middle Ages. There are literally dozens of characters. They kept coming, they all had a tale to tell and they wouldn’t be denied.

There will be no dragons (except an heraldic one), magicians, dwarfs or other strange creatures. I’m afraid there will be a lot of strange sounding names, though. Most of them you can forget as soon as you’ve read them. Since all place names will be unfamiliar I’ll provide maps to help you visualize where everything is. They will appear in the text at the appropriate places.

Read/Download:Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse – 3 eBooks (Book I – 12 Chapters, Book II – 3 Chapters, Book III – Ongoing) – (eSerial / Webnovel – HTML)

Ingeld’s Daughter



Ingeld’s Daughter
by Carla Nayland

Ingeld’s Daughter is an adventure, a love story, and a stirring tale of rebellion, civil war, the price of justice and the economics of taxation and trade.

Irinya is Ingeld’s daughter, rightful heir to the Lordship of Carlundy. Her cousin Radwulf usurped the lordship after her father’s death, married her by force to legitimise his weaker claim, and has held her effectively a prisoner for twelve years. When Gyrdan, a stranger on unknown business, escapes from interrogation by Radwulf’s guards and takes refuge in her chamber, she conceals him partly out of sympathy and partly out of a desire to thwart Radwulf wherever possible. But, by working together, they find they are able to escape.

Now Irinya is on the run with a stranger she has only just met, whom she dare not trust and whose history and purpose she does not know. She must decide which is the greater danger, Radwulf’s soldiers and allies pursuing her, or Gyrdan at her side. Exiled in a strange land, she is determined to oust Radwulf and reclaim her rightful position as Lady of Carlundy. But to do this she must somehow enlist support from the radically different cultures of prosperous Billand and the fiercely independent clans of the Black Hills, and convince the people of Carlundy to fight for her and for a better life.

Her relationship with Gyrdan develops from suspicion into friendship and slowly blossoms into love. But Gyrdan has a dark secret in his past, and when it catches up with them Irinya finds herself in a terrible trap. Her courage and integrity will be crucial if she is to overthrow Radwulf – but will they also force her to order the death of the man she loves?

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Ingeld’s Daughter – 296 pages, 2.45 MB (HTML, PDF)

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