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Elderdown: Book Four of The Hidden Houses

Elderdown: Book Four of The Hidden Houses

by Brendan Myers
Elderdown: Book Four of The Hidden Houses

Elderdown: Book Four of The Hidden Houses

by Brendan Myers


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As House DiAngelo's plan nears completion, the Fianna must choose between fighting to reclaim their home, or building a new one.A bounty goes out for Eric Laflamme, who hides in a safe house in a faraway city. The Fianna, led once again by Miranda Brigand, are on the run, and divided among themselves. Some want to drive House DiAngelo out of Fellwater, and so reclaim their home. Others want to start afresh in the abandoned Voyageur freehold of Elderdown, hundreds of leagues away. Attacking the DiAngelo will require weapons and allies they don't yet possess. Settling Elderdown may be easier, but the only one who knows its location is Ildicoe Brigand, a pariah whom no one but Eric will trust. The time for deliberation ends, and the time for action arrives, when the head of House DiAngelo murders one of his own men, and declares the final phase of the Magnum Opus begun."Masterfully weaving together a rich world of mythos, Myers follows in the footsteps of the great fantasy storytellers of our time-Martin and Tolkien-but he does it on his own terms, bringing new twists and turns... it will nourish your imagination and soul for years to come." --L. M. Browning, author of The Nameless Man.

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ISBN-13: 9780993952722
Publisher: Northwest Passage Books
Publication date: 06/23/2015
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Brendan is a TED speaker, a successful Kickstarter (twice), and the author of fifteen books in fiction and nonfiction. After earning his Ph.D in philosophy from the National University of Ireland, Galway, he has taught at six different institutions in Canada and in Europe, and provided policy research for government agencies, labour unions, and game design studios. Myers' ideas have been featured by the Pacific Business & Law Institute, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids, as well as numerous environmental groups, interfaith groups, and humanist societies around the world.

Originally from Elora, Ontario, Brendan now serves as professor of philosophy at CEGEP Heritage College, in Gatineau, Quebec.

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