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The second draft of Swords Unhallowed is finished!

The first part of The Mighty Shall Rise

They sought to change their destiny. But fleeing from fate only brought them that much closer to it.

 

In the cheerless colds of the Northern Wastes, a group of refugees led by Orendel Stonehelm and Aragonez Ivronwine, arrive at the village of Snowbourne in search of the key to their survival. But even those with the most formidable wills cannot for long avoid their doom, and the tragic destinies of Aragonez and his companions eventually lead them to the realization only too late that one’s fate is inescapable.

 

Also featured are two unique stories: The Wastrel Who Was, featuring Melandor the Street Urchin, who gets more than he bargained for when he attempts to rob an unsuspecting wayfarer; and The Dark Tree, in which one of Aragonez’s later descendants uncovers a deadly secret—one that if brought to fruition, could destroy all that he holds dear.

 

This volume is published with an appendix containing an epic poem titled, The Lay of the Fall of Endilyon, which tells the tale of Endilyon and his brother Turnour, who are betrayed in the Battle of Grimweld; and ultimately perish despite their heroic deeds.

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MATTHEW ROLAND

Author. Story-Teller. Truth-Seeker

Matthew Roland was born in a dirty, ramshackle town in Northern California. A Christian Homeschooler for the duration of his education, he is passionate about the art of story and any form of writing––whether that be fiction or nonfiction. His further obsessions are ancient, archaic words that nobody uses anymore, reading liberal amounts of Tolkien when he can find the time, and searching for the perfect regency coat.

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