Overview

Lucian Rolfe believes himself to be an average seventeen year-old boy until he fishes a strange, golden key out of the local creek. Alluring and beautiful, he opts to keep it for himself. But to his horror he soon realizes that its surfacing coincides with many odd happenings around town. The appearance of a strange, hooded man has locals on edge, popping up unexpectedly and asking curious questions. But the revealing of the key draws much fouler attention to Lucian's village than that of a suspicious traveler's....

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The Jewel of the Sorcerer

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Overview

Lucian Rolfe believes himself to be an average seventeen year-old boy until he fishes a strange, golden key out of the local creek. Alluring and beautiful, he opts to keep it for himself. But to his horror he soon realizes that its surfacing coincides with many odd happenings around town. The appearance of a strange, hooded man has locals on edge, popping up unexpectedly and asking curious questions. But the revealing of the key draws much fouler attention to Lucian's village than that of a suspicious traveler's. Vicious, shadowy creatures begin to collect on the outskirts of town, stalking Lucian and hunting his new discovery. For as Lucian will learn, there is far more to this key than meets the eye, and even more to himself.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044575356
  • Publisher: Nicholas T. Daniele
  • Publication date: 6/3/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 745,076
  • File size: 390 KB

Meet the Author

Nicholas T. Daniele was born on June 9, 1988 in Norwalk, Connecticut and discovered his passion for writing in the second grade. Roughly two decades later, he has authored his debut novel The Jewel of the Sorcerer, being the first installment of The Keeper of Fates trilogy. He earned a Bachelors degree in English and Secondary Education from Framingham State University, and hopes to produce future classics while teaching those from the past. A dedicated writer, avid reader, and die-hard Yankees fan, Nicholas currently resides in the New England area close to his close friends and family.
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