The Slave of Tour Hote [NOOK Book]

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SECRETS OF THE PAST HOLD THE KEYS TO THE FUTURE...

In the year 317 After Remembering, the Martel Kingdom is the mightiest realm in Lagrandil, but it stands under the shadow of invasion and death. King Alfred Martel contends with assassins and plots.
Captain Richard De Bois stands at his king's side, but the greatest swordsman of his ...
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The Slave of Tour Hote

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Overview

SECRETS OF THE PAST HOLD THE KEYS TO THE FUTURE...

In the year 317 After Remembering, the Martel Kingdom is the mightiest realm in Lagrandil, but it stands under the shadow of invasion and death. King Alfred Martel contends with assassins and plots.
Captain Richard De Bois stands at his king's side, but the greatest swordsman of his generation cannot defeat an enemy he cannot find.
Prince Leif Martel is coming of age in a time of crisis for all Lagrandil. The assassination attempt on his life is only the beginning of his troubles.
Helen North Star is a foreigner with healing magic and a talent for causing division, but is she merely another ambitious youth seeking power, or the herald of something much darker?
Jefta the Gray Wanderer is the hero of song and legend. He comes to Tour Hote bearing a warning of a greater danger than anyone has faced since Before Remembering, but can he save the Martels without reveal his own secrets?
And how are all of their stories linked to the mysterious slave boy Hengist, who came from nowhere and has no memory of his previous life? Can he rediscover his identity before the secrets of his past destroy his new home?
The Song of Lagrandil is a story of swords and sorcery, plots and intrigue, miracles and magic, wrapped in a fast-paced mix of science fiction and fantasy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012660084
  • Publisher: Bruce Burns
  • Publication date: 3/3/2011
  • Series: The Song of Lagrandil , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,237,632
  • File size: 475 KB

Meet the Author

Bruce Burns is a jack of all trades and a master of none. He has held jobs ranging from farm hand to fight choreographer. A lifelong Christian, he blends his love of the Gospel message with his passion for high-stakes action-adventure. He enjoys Korean martial arts, a wide variety of music, and adventure literature from all ages. He is currently juggling full-time work, part time writing, and college.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2013

    Great book

    I am happy to say that I have read a great deal of Bruce writing and am happy to say he get better and better with each book he writes. I will say that I was worried that he would run the amazing story he wrote in Ryan's tale, but i really should not have been. Great book keep up the amazing stories.

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  • Posted March 17, 2011

    Christian High Fantasy done right.

    The Song of Lagrandil books are a lot deeper and more powerful than Burns's other stuff, without being one whit less fun. If you like medieval fantasy at all, Tolkien, Kurtz, Hickman and Weis, read this book. It's an excellent entry into the genre of epic fantasy, and well worth your time.

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