Young Lord Of Khadora

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Marak, a clan soldier in Khadora, is supposed to be sacrificed so that the clan lord can save face, but the young warrior has other ideas. Given the opportunity to manage an estate that stands on the brink of failure, Marak turns the table on the powerful lords who enslave the people of Khadora.

Young Lord of Khadora is the first volume of the epic fantasy series, Forgotten Legacy.

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Young Lord of Khadora (Forgotten Legacy #1)

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Overview

Marak, a clan soldier in Khadora, is supposed to be sacrificed so that the clan lord can save face, but the young warrior has other ideas. Given the opportunity to manage an estate that stands on the brink of failure, Marak turns the table on the powerful lords who enslave the people of Khadora.

Young Lord of Khadora is the first volume of the epic fantasy series, Forgotten Legacy.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781438246680
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/1998
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2012

    Great series!!!!"

    I started reading Richard Tuttle's books because there were some that were free. Once I started reading his Sword of the heavens series I was hooked and I have been buying books by this author ever since!!!!! After the Sword of the heavens series I started on the Forgotten Legacy series and these stories are just as good as the stories from the last series that I read. I could so see these stories becoming movies!!!!! Great series and I'm glad I found these books!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2012

    Another great start to a great series

    If you like magic, war, giant creatures, spies, and an overall great plot, then this story is for you. Richard S Tuttle is an amazing writer. Every book that I have read by this author, I have not been able to put down! Great read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2013

    Fairly decent, nothing special.

    Fairly decent, nothing special.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2013

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    What a Great Book. If you haven't read it do so. Definetly a must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2012

    Bloodshatters Ceremony

    Children i have called you all here today to give you the ceremony you derserve i dont care if your supposed to get it from the leader for they will not give you the ceremony u derserve. Windpaw step forward. You and me are a lot simalar. In some ways thats good and in others its bad. Your strong and never give up but you can tend to be a mess and a lot of times your going to feel ignored. So from this day forth you shall be known as windrush. Stonepaw step forward. Do not let jealousy get ahead of you. Ive seen you and dashpaw bicker about his powers and how he has them all. From this day forward you shall be known as Stonehard. Dashpaw stea forward with great powrr comes great responsibility always use your powers for good from now on you shall be known as Dashlife. Russetpaw step forward. Please hun dont be so shy people are gonna use it against u. From this day on you shall be known as Russetleaf. (Contined in next result)

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  • Posted April 22, 2012

    great story!

    Good story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2011

    Just ok

    The story, grammar and spelling are ok, but the dialog is immature and niave.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2003

    eBook Reviews Weekly - Young Lord of Khadora as an ideal fantasy read.

    'Young Lord of Khadora' Review by Patricia Spork, eBook Reviews Weekly <br><br> Commentary: <br><br> Richard S. Tuttle expertly delivers a fast-paced fantasy tale in Book One of Forgotten Legacy. Young Lord of Khadora is filled with exceptional dialogue, exciting action, intriguing suspense, and clever and conniving characters that seem all too real. Tuttle definitely has a gift for fantasy writing. I look forward to reading the second book in this series. I highly recommend Young Lord of Khadora as an ideal fantasy read. <br><br> Synopsis: (May reveal much of the plot) <br><br> Marak, a Situ Clan soldier in Khadora, moves up the ranks quickly for a young man, even though his mother, Glenda, is a slave and Soil Mage-one whose magic makes the earth yield bountiful harvests. But Khadoran law does not allow Marak to speak to his mother, so he hates Khadoran culture and despises slavery. Thinking his father dead, Marak's love for his only parent has him sneak to meet her, but he is caught and brought before Lord Marshall Grefon. Thinking his punishment to be slavery, Marak is surprised when Grefon informs him of the recent promotion from Squad Leader to Cortain. As Cortain, Marak has rights to visit his mother. Marak's happiness is short-lived, for Lord of Fardale is killed by Chula-cat-like people that ride tigers and panthers, and have transformation and invisibility powers. <br><br> Lord of the Situ clan, Lord Ridak, along with Lord Marshall Grefon, designate Marak as Lord of Fardale and give him the responsibility of meeting grain contracts by harvest time. Ridak and Grefon feel the contracts cannot be met and plan to blame Marak when the expected grain is not delivered. But Marak is wiser than the two men think, and he requests 'absolute powers' as Lord of Fardale, granting others the right of allegiance to him through 'Vows of Service'. Once Marak is at Fardale, he frees all slaves, assigns a woman as Bursar (finance manager), and teaches Air, Sun, Soil and Water Mages to use magic as weaponry; and cleverly and tactically makes peace with the cat-people and gets Vows of Service from three neighboring clans. <br><br> Marak breaks from the Situ clan in his effort to change Khadoran ways and forms his own clan: Torak Clan. Tmundo, Leader of Kywara Tribe (cat-people), gives Marak the Sword of Torak. Marak accepts the gift in friendship, unaware of a prophecy about him and the sword. The Sword of Torak becomes the Torak Clan symbol to restore honor and freedom to all Khadorans. But Ridak and Grefon will do anything necessary to cease Marak's growing reign of power, even if it means killing him, his mother and the entire Torak Clan.

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