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Exiled from his pleasant life in the heathen Kingdom of Wessex, Alex Tyler embarks on a journey through the flooded British Isles’ archipelago of tiny nations, to the far North. There, he is swept up into the power of Thule, masters its secret magical technology and becomes the warlord who will save his people.
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The Road to Thule

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Overview

Exiled from his pleasant life in the heathen Kingdom of Wessex, Alex Tyler embarks on a journey through the flooded British Isles’ archipelago of tiny nations, to the far North. There, he is swept up into the power of Thule, masters its secret magical technology and becomes the warlord who will save his people.
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  • BN ID: 2940044436060
  • Publisher: David Lee
  • Publication date: 3/12/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

David R. Lee was born in the hinterlands of London in the world that existed just before the 1960s and improved his life by moving to Sheffield in his teens. After many addresses and many jobs he returned to Sheffield and made it his home. Some of those jobs were (and are) x-ray crystallographer, aromatics trader, machinist, market researcher, company director, bartender, science tutor and breathwork coach.His obsessions include fringe culture, techniques for consciousness change, the physics and psychology of the so-called paranormal (chaos magic), aromatics and sacred landscapes. Experiences that are too big and weird to fit into his non-fiction (books on magic and breathwork) gets used to create the other realities he writes about. His current projects include the new novel The Cull, a prequel to The Road to Thule.
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