Bayne's Climb: Book I of The Sword of Bayne

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Bayne kul Kanon pursues a dark wizard across a decade and eventually up a mountain path, and when the path runs out, up the side of the mountain itself.

Why does Bayne seek this wizard? Because Bayne is a warrior without a past. Ten years earlier he woke amid battle with no memories, his only ally the wizard. His enemies, numberless.

Once the wizard fled, Bayne set out on foot after him. Now they have come to ...

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Bayne's Climb: Book I of The Sword of Bayne

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Overview

Bayne kul Kanon pursues a dark wizard across a decade and eventually up a mountain path, and when the path runs out, up the side of the mountain itself.

Why does Bayne seek this wizard? Because Bayne is a warrior without a past. Ten years earlier he woke amid battle with no memories, his only ally the wizard. His enemies, numberless.

Once the wizard fled, Bayne set out on foot after him. Now they have come to the mountain, and Bayne is determined to climb and to find the truth.

Along the way up the mountain, the warrior finds many new enemies, dangers and oddities. All hamper his quest to find the wizard, and all must be overcome.

Yet in the end, will Bayne truly want to know the truth? Is he able to handle the truth? And is there even a truth to be discovered?

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Editorial Reviews

Brent Nichols
In the Sword of Bayne novels he experiments with allegory and literary writing. Mixed in with the practical problems of a swordsman on a mission are deeper issues of identity and existence. Don't worry, it's still a two-fisted tale of heroic fantasy. There is, however, a poetic, lyrical feel to the prose.
Jena of Pure Textuality
I was highly impressed with Ty Johnston’s ability to describe a harsh landscape in such a way that even though you know the main character is a genuine monster of a man, you feel horrible for him and what he has to go through to achieve his goal. You also end up feeling a deep sense of compassion for Bayne because although he’s ruthless and fully capable of taking care of himself, there is an undeniable feeling in his head of being lost and alone.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492112303
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 8/26/2013
  • Pages: 162
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

Meet the Author

Ty Johnston was born in Kentucky. After earning a degree in journalism, he spent the next two decades as a newspaper editor. During that time he wrote numerous short stories, nearly all of which have been published in print or digital formats. In his forties, now a former journalist, he decided it was time to get serious about his fiction writing. He is the author of The Kobalos Trilogy of epic fantasy novels, City of Rogues, Road to Wrath and Dark King of the North. He has been published online at Every Day Fiction, Demonic Tome, The Ranfurly Review, Flashes in the Dark and other venues. His stories have also appeared in print in the anthologies "Deadlines," "The Return of the Sword" and "Demons: A Clash of Steel Anthology." Ty's main writing and reading interests generally are in the horror and fantasy genres, but he's not above branching out into literary works from time to time.
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