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Brotherhood: The Last Saxon Warrior
     

Brotherhood: The Last Saxon Warrior

by Frank Moran
 
Eric Shepard has been imprisoned since birth in a body afflicted with Cerebral Palsey, unable to move or speak. He can, however, hear, see, and most importantly, think. Terry Shepard feels that having a brother who does nothing but moan softly is an inconvenience and treats him as such. During a routine hospital visit, Terry's recklessness crashes Eric in his

Overview

Eric Shepard has been imprisoned since birth in a body afflicted with Cerebral Palsey, unable to move or speak. He can, however, hear, see, and most importantly, think. Terry Shepard feels that having a brother who does nothing but moan softly is an inconvenience and treats him as such. During a routine hospital visit, Terry's recklessness crashes Eric in his wheelchair into another life where he picks himself up, bloodied from a fistfight in Eleventh Century England. Eric begins a journey, facing his own and his brother's life-threatening illnesses in one life and the invading Norman forces in the other as a housecarl in the service of the last Saxon King of England. As death approaches the boy and the warrior, Eric begins to see the purpose of his dual existence and the importance of the secret he carries in the survival of Good over Evil.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983572916
Publisher:
Frank Moran
Publication date:
11/28/2011
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)

Meet the Author

Frank Moran was born in Scotland where he served in the British Royal Marine Commandos. He subsequently earned degrees in both Theatre Arts and English Literature. Having taken up Fencing as part of his training in stage combat, he went on to become a three-time Scots National Fencing Champion. Moving to the U.S. he became a fight choreographer and fitness trainer to many well known actors and musicians. He lives in Southern California with his wife and his dogs, "The Moran Boys". His website is www.frankmoranfitness.com

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