Ryann must come to grips with a decision that questions his impeccable loyalty to the GFS, one that effects not only him, but his wife Joslyne and his friends, too -- not to mention the fate of the entire galaxy, as well.
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About the Author
Among his literary influences include the king of fantasy, Tolkien, as well as R.A. Salvatore. In addition, Fitch enjoys Steven Savile, Vince Flynn, J.K. Rowling, John Grisham, and Brad Meltzer novels, as well as classic storytellers C.S. Lewis, Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and William Shakespeare.
It was Salvatore, the acclaimed fantasy author, who convinced Fitch to pen the manuscript that became "Obloeron: The Quest For The Chalice" in December 2001. He began writing "Quest" over a year later, in January 2003, finishing the first draft in February 2005.
John Fitch V is a pseudonym chosen in honor of the late Robert Cormier, a native son of Leominster, Massachusetts. Cormier, when writing for the Sentinel & Enterprise of Fitchburg, wrote under the pseudonym of John Fitch IV.
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