The Eight Walls Of Rogar

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The Eight Walls of Rogar is the first in a series focusing on the adventures and coming-of-age of an awkward young man named Andaris Rocaren. It's about an epic struggle of good versus evil, self-discovery, and the triumph of the human spirit over adversity. The story unfolds in the weeks following Andaris' seventeenth birthday..

Desperate to escape a life of meaningless drudgery behind the plow, he leaves the safety of his secluded valley town and ventures alone into the ...

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Overview

The Eight Walls of Rogar is the first in a series focusing on the adventures and coming-of-age of an awkward young man named Andaris Rocaren. It's about an epic struggle of good versus evil, self-discovery, and the triumph of the human spirit over adversity. The story unfolds in the weeks following Andaris' seventeenth birthday..

Desperate to escape a life of meaningless drudgery behind the plow, he leaves the safety of his secluded valley town and ventures alone into the unexplored depths of Fingar Forest, the heart of which is said to be twisted and black, towards a distant land long steeped in mystery..

What ensues is more remarkable than anything even he could have imagined. He goes looking for adventure. What he finds is a whole new world full of mystical creatures that are only supposed to exist in storybooks-a world in the midst of great change..

The Lost One and his army of shapelings are preparing to march against Rogar's western border. The balance of power is shifting. Despite the debt of blood owed to them by their Sokerran neighbors, the Alderi Shune fear they will be made to stand alone. No one speaks of defeat, but it is on the tip of every tongue. For the first time since their construction, more than a thousand years ago, the Eight Walls may not be strong enough to repel the attack. The scales could tip either direction, depending, oddly enough.on the choices of an awkward young man named Andaris Rocaren.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781425912574
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 2/14/2006
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.13 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2012

    Highly Recommended one of my favorite books

    This is a masterpiece of a tale of an otherworldly universe with Rogar and a young Andaris a long way from home

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