Desert Blood

Desert Blood

by Brian Young

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Overview

The Dolus invasion rolled over the unassuming Kingdom of Larista leaving ghost towns in its wake. It brought death and destruction in abundance and left the people of Larista without their king or his heirs. It left the kingdom reeling with the realization that they weren't alone on their isolated side of the Maker's Mountain but instead part of a world that desperately wanted and needed the life giving water they took for granted.
One of the king's sons, the Prisoner Prince Alexander, is still alive but held captive on the unexplored eastern side of the Maker's Mountain known as the Wasteland. The man that holds him is the Emperor of the Free Cities, Jameson. His quest for vengeance and conquest has stirred up the other nations of the Wasteland and made them aware of the riches of Larista.
Alexander's lifelong friends, Percival and Maximus must set out on individual journeys to find their friend, their king and themselves. But they will face a litany of foes along their paths. A horde of Beleick soldiers led by the Dictact, threaten to sweep over the land sending everything into chaos while the Sisters of Gnaritas and the Death Stalker assassins weave their own intricate schemes for control of the Wasteland and the water that might flow from Larista.
Amongst so many people blood thirsty for power can Alexander find his way to the Maker's Path or will he succumb to his own demons and find the Wraith's Den in Oblivion...


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537541211
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/07/2013
Series: Maker's Mountain Trilogy , #2
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Brian was born in Salem, Oregon and currently resides in Eugene, Oregon with his wife and daughter. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a BA in English. He squeezes in time for writing in the early hours of the morning and during lunch breaks at work.

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