The Crimson and the Frost

The Crimson and the Frost

by John Williams, James Colletti, Kip Ayers
     
 

For untold millennia, the harsh frozen wastelands had been ruled by the immortal King of Winter. His power so absolute, no one dared to challenge his dominance until...

...the Crimson Wizard and his devoted followers took up residence in the heart of his realm, creating a mystical town. In their possession was a strange and powerful artifact that protected

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Overview

For untold millennia, the harsh frozen wastelands had been ruled by the immortal King of Winter. His power so absolute, no one dared to challenge his dominance until...

...the Crimson Wizard and his devoted followers took up residence in the heart of his realm, creating a mystical town. In their possession was a strange and powerful artifact that protected them.

For centuries they had lived in peace, undisturbed, while the King of Winter waited patiently for his chance at revenge.

Now, the Crimson Wizard's potent source of magic is lost and there is nothing to stop the King of Winter and his army of savage grimghouls from launching a full-scale invasion.

The fate of the entire world hangs in the balance as the two face-off in an epic clash of magic and legends.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781493545247
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
10/21/2013
Pages:
404
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.83(d)

Meet the Author

Cousins and co-authors John Williams and James Colletti have collaborated creatively since they were youths. The pair share a long and successful history that includes writing music, playing in rock bands, writing screenplays, producing shows and music videos for broadcast television, and directing an internationally released movie. Now, John and James have joined forces again to write their first novel, 'The Crimson and the Frost'

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