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Freya Fables: The Golden Legion

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Murder has brought the once peaceful Twin Cities of the Gnomes to brink of war. A dark force is at work that has awakened a terrible beast from its slumber. The only thing stopping the war before it happens is a Prince, still haunted by the dark magic that resides within him, and a young newly appointed Knight; Freya.
Once a thief from the slums of the Kingdom of Storm's-Break, Freya now serves as one of the King's mighty Stormguards following...
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Overview

Murder has brought the once peaceful Twin Cities of the Gnomes to brink of war. A dark force is at work that has awakened a terrible beast from its slumber. The only thing stopping the war before it happens is a Prince, still haunted by the dark magic that resides within him, and a young newly appointed Knight; Freya.
Once a thief from the slums of the Kingdom of Storm's-Break, Freya now serves as one of the King's mighty Stormguards following the events that happened one year ago in the dark regions of Gloom Valley.

Join Freya and the Prince on their quest for peace across the realm to the Gnomish homelands to uncover the legend of an ancient indestructible army; the Golden Legion, and stop whoever is behind an assassination.

The Golden Legion is the second book in the Freya Fable series in Danny Hughes' fantasy tales of action and adventure for all the family. Serving as a key part of the trilogy that, like all Freya Fable books, this tale can be enjoyed either on its own or as part of a whole.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499399202
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/8/2014
  • Pages: 222
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

Meet the Author

From Harlow in the UK,
Danny has always had a fondness of writing and designing even from a young age. He is a qualified computer game designer, although never having actually worked in the field, only on projects at home for his portfolio.

He is a self published free-lance writer who enjoys writing all types for all ages.
He mainly enjoys writing Sci-fi, fantasy, war, zombies, and noir crime stories, drawing inspiration from absolutely anything. Mainly enjoying designing and creating the entire world that the story is set within to help bulk out the story line.

He began writing more seriously and trying to get his first book published after wanting to base a fantasy series on his (at this time) unborn daughter; Freya Iris Hughes.

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