David Feintuchas fantasy debut: the rousing tale of a young manas quest to reclaim his throne and master his own soul Rodrigo, Prince of Caledon, is petulant, selfish, and uncaring. When his mother, Queen Elena, dies, he fully expects to inherit the title of king. Instead, his uncle usurps the throne, and Rodrigo is forced out of the kingdom, along with his brother and best friend. In order for Rodrigo to take back his birthright, he must win not only the allegiance of the Council of State, but also the Still, a mystical power that can be channeled by the rightful king of Caledon. To wield that power, Rodrigo must be pure, must be honest, and must be crowned king. Rodrigoas success or failure will determine the fate of not only his homeland, but of his very soul.The daya#39;s ride hadbeen long andweary. ... roadways, carttrails, and goat tracks, until by my reckoning from the rude map we carried, we were now southeast ofStryx, and would take the next trail west. No matterhow far southwea#39;d gone, if we turned west wea#39;d run intothe sea soon or late, and could make ourway into the town. ... Anavar flicked his crop; Genard yelped. ... aDid you notice Garst this morning?
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2013-01-08|