The Legacy of Galvahir [NOOK Book]

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Goblins threaten the forest of Noras and the army of the Galvahirne clan marches out to make war against them. But ancient jealousy fuels the plots and ambitions of wicked men within the forest who seek to betray the Galvahirne clan to their deaths. It soon becomes clear that the plot against the descendants of Galvahir is part of something much more sinister than goblin raiders.

The Legacy of Galvahir is the first part of the five-book epic ...

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The Legacy of Galvahir

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Overview

Goblins threaten the forest of Noras and the army of the Galvahirne clan marches out to make war against them. But ancient jealousy fuels the plots and ambitions of wicked men within the forest who seek to betray the Galvahirne clan to their deaths. It soon becomes clear that the plot against the descendants of Galvahir is part of something much more sinister than goblin raiders.

The Legacy of Galvahir is the first part of the five-book epic fantasy story 'The Punishment of the Gods'

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045297363
  • Publisher: Jake Yaniak
  • Publication date: 9/20/2013
  • Series: Punishment of the Gods , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 214,482
  • File size: 290 KB

Meet the Author

I was born and raised in New Jersey; and I am New Jerseyan through and through, wherever life may take me.For Christmas one year my parents bought me a Lord of the Rings computer game. I started playing it and was so inspired by the story that I put the game aside and did not touch it again until I had read The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Those books sparked within me a love of reading in general and a love of fantasy literature in particular.My favorite genre, however, is philosophy, particularly as it relates to ethics and metaphysics. This, together with my love of the fantastic, is the inspiration for my writing.In my reading I have seeen how ideas affect history. For this reason it has been important to me to not simply tell a story, but to show how the characters interact with different ideologies and ethical dilemmas. I want my readers to at least understand, even if they do not sympathize with, the villains of the story.
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