Haelend's Ballad

Haelend's Ballad

by Ian V. Conrey
Haelend's Ballad

Haelend's Ballad

by Ian V. Conrey

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Overview

"Some call me Murderer, others call me Lord. I've been called Savior and Enslaver. But no one has ever called me Child."

A young man signs his own death warrant when he joins an already failing militia. A teenage girl is haunted by her childhood abuse and begins to crave the very things she hates. A childless mother finds herself on the run as a convicted murderer. Yet they are all unaware that their own fates are tied to a young orphan who has drowned and come back to life in a foreign land where he will be the death of everyone he meets.

Haelend's Ballad is a grimdark fantasy/steampunk tale about what happens when men and women from two colliding cultures realize they may not be on the right side. Heroes are villains. The persecuted are oppressors. And when rumors begin to spread that the world is dying, the darkness of their own hearts betrays them.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736880609
Publisher: Ian V. Conrey
Publication date: 11/30/2021
Pages: 776
Sales rank: 269,010
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.54(d)

About the Author

Ian Conrey is both a teacher and student of history and theology, who actively fights against human trafficking and is working toward an M.A. in Religion. In his free time, he enjoys reading biographies and ancient mythology, discovering early American folk songs, and exploring the Cohutta Wilderness. He lives with his wife and three children in the North Georgia mountains.

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