From the World of The Year of the Red Door, the epic fantasy by William Timothy Murray:
A Special Supplement as published in the Duinnor Star. Now available in a convenient size for your pouch or your tablet!
From The Star:
"As many of our faithful readers are interested in matters of the world and its history, the Proprietors of this broadsheet are happy to report that a substantial work concerning the magical objects of the world has been written by one of Duinnor's preeminent scholars, Raynor the Wise, who was at one time the minister of the King's Academy. We have taken the liberty of revising the work to be more suitable to the tastes of our readers who are not academics like the esteemed Raynor. Confident that our discriminating readers will enjoy such reviews, we are happy to share this Special Supplement..."
Perfect for that early morning carriage ride to the palace.
A wonderful accompaniment to your afternoon tea!
Just the thing to break up the tedium of battle!
Learn about mysterious and legendary things!
Described are the following:
Nasakeeria's Ring of Fire
The Carriage of Ilex
The Cornucopia of Sudomoor
Ethliad, the Sword
The Flying Rug of Zan
The Glowing Stone of Bazradur
The Golden Mantle of Duinnor
The Great Bell of Tulith Attis
The Ice Tree of Greenfar
The Red Feather of Callowain
The Ring of Hearing
The Storm Bag
The Torch of Solstice
The Unerring Arrow of Kalsabahyood
(Also included is a section of maps.)
About the Author
William Timothy Murray was born and raised in a small town of the Deep South and now lives in the Appalachian foothills of northeast Georgia. He enjoys stargazing, tinkering with an old sailboat, and music (right now, he is really into Revien and Ludovico Einaudi). He is not sure whether his favorite author is Charles Dickens or Patrick O'Brian. His favorite wise character from a classic novel is Faria. His favorite not-so-wise character from a classic novel is Barnaby Rudge. If he had to fight a duel and could choose the weapons, it would be trebuchets at three hundred yards. His favorite place is sitting before a crackling fireplace with a bowl of popcorn, a glass of sweet iced tea, and a good book. He keeps a small writing desk in an old barn. There, amid a clutter of maps, drawings, and books, his memories and experiences join with all the tales he has read to inform and disturb his pen.