Far Forest Scrolls Na Cearcaill

Far Forest Scrolls Na Cearcaill

by Alpha Four
Far Forest Scrolls Na Cearcaill

Far Forest Scrolls Na Cearcaill

by Alpha Four


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An evil is leaching its way across the land precisely as magic is waning and time-honored alliances are fracturing.

Decades after invaders led by the White Wizard stormed across the Dark Sea and ravaged Verngaurd, the world is once again on the brink of war. Yet, this time, something is different.

A dusty prophecy whispers a glimmer of hope, a soft rustle against an avalanche of darkness. With the world engulfed in war and chaos, a small group of friends set off on a quest to discover the source of all magic, the key to stopping the advancing evil. The voyage proves much tougher than they could have ever imagined.

The overwhelmed band of heroes find themselves spiraling down an insane quest as the world around them crumbles. If the terrifying trials meant to protect the ancient scrolls don't kill them, the eccentric and unimaginable guardians just might.

Havoc and sweeping battles are bursting on all sides as they struggle to complete their odyssey. Can they beat the odds and acquire the source of magic? Will it be enough to stop the ancient evil before spine-chilling carnage from innumerable battles chokes all life from the world?

This is the first book in the Far Forest Scrolls series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732149939
Publisher: Far Forest Scrolls
Publication date: 08/20/2018
Series: Far Forest Scrolls , #1
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Alpha Four, or A4, is an enigmatic figure from the turn of the first millennium of the Common Era (C.E.). Although the formality of his education is uncertain, we know he studied military history, martial skills, languages, history, philosophy, mathematics, religion, and wrote extensively. Evidence suggests he was a ranking courtier and military advisor in the turbulent environment that was England one thousand years ago. He likely served in Æthelred II's court (and possibly Sweyn I, the Danish sovereign who briefly sat on the English throne in 1013 C.E.).
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