Plague Seed: Book One of the Plague Fall Trilogy

Overview

A hero is built, not born, forged in the fires of chaotic happenstance and tempered by fear.

Drayvus Varden, handsome elven scoundrel, assassin, and professional mischief maker, falls victim to a perilous case of mistaken identity and is forced to take a job escorting Katelyn Shar, the unfaithful wife of the regional governor, to the place of Dravyus' birth-the elven forest, Oldenhome.

With her husband's men giving chase, Drayvus, Katelyn, and ...

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Overview

A hero is built, not born, forged in the fires of chaotic happenstance and tempered by fear.

Drayvus Varden, handsome elven scoundrel, assassin, and professional mischief maker, falls victim to a perilous case of mistaken identity and is forced to take a job escorting Katelyn Shar, the unfaithful wife of the regional governor, to the place of Dravyus' birth-the elven forest, Oldenhome.

With her husband's men giving chase, Drayvus, Katelyn, and the drunken dwarven priest Tahlkin bicker and snark their way south through the Wild Lands, as an army gathers in the north set to begin a war that will change the face of Talandria forever.

When Drayvus discovers that Katelyn is to play a part in the oncoming conflict, he is forced to either become a hero or let all he has ever loved wither and die-destroyed by the Plague Seed.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461084693
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/15/2013
  • Pages: 426
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Meet the Author

Wade Alan Steele is an assistant technical editor for an environmental consulting firm in New York City, but would like nothing more than to be a professional dungeon master; geeks will understand that, but fantasy football players will think I'm being kinky. Wade Alan has been a role player (also not in the kinky way) since his elven fighter climbed a tree and threw his three-man tent at the orcs that were chasing him; that was in sixth grade, some bahthraksmackity years ago.

He's been an actor, a mad scientist, a retail specialist, and a fake homeless guy at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge. Wade Alan is a graduate of Queens College with a degree in English (Summa Cum Laude, thank you very much). He resides in New Jersey with his beautiful wife, two boys, the required two cats, and a firepit. He has also self-published a book of short stories called A Sudden Dominance of Shadows. This is his first novel, but don't worry-there are a few more to come.

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