King's Envoy: Artesan's of Albia, Book One

King's Envoy: Artesan's of Albia, Book One

by Cas Peace

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‘Beautifully crafted, a joy to read.’ - Fantasy author Raven Dane.

‘Thrilling, imaginative and a great read.’ - Fred Le Grand, author of The Cyclist

‘Amazing fantasy, this book is so good! A great sense of world building, the Artesan connection grows stronger and more fascinating with each character. A premium effort from a confident writer, someone who knows fantasy and its readers well. King’s Envoy is a great read!’ - Gerry Dailey, avid reader and reviewer

‘A wonderfully written, unique story that truly stands out.’ - Mark Mayfield, author and former Editor-in-Chief, House Beautiful Magazine, New York

‘This is something very special. Sublime, engaging, really very, very good.’ - Mat Jackson, author of So Shall Ye Reap

Taran Elijah’s quest for knowledge uncovers a plot that threatens the world…

In Albia, the fourth realm, the precious Artesan gift is dying. Although born to the craft, Taran is struggling to achieve his potential. Against his friends’ advice, he embarks on a foolhardy plan to acquire the teaching he craves. Alone, he crosses into Andaryon, the fifth realm, but instead of finding a mentor, he stumbles upon a treacherous plot.

In the wake of Taran’s actions, Albia suffers a series of vicious raids. Major Sullyan of the High King’s forces is sent to oppose them. But a dark and treacherous force is moving through the realms and both Taran and Sullyan will feel its power.

Their craft, the lives of their friends, the very existence of their realm are under threat unless they expose and oppose the evil.

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ISBN-13: 9781936850143
Publisher: Rhemalda Publishing
Publication date: 07/19/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 361
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Cas Peace was born and brought up in the lovely county of Hampshire, in the UK, where she still lives. On leaving school, she trained for two years before qualifying as a teacher of equitation. During this time she also learned to carriage-drive. She spent thirteen years in the British Civil Service before moving to Rome, where she and her husband, Dave, lived for three years. They return whenever they can. As well as her love of horses, Cas is mad about dogs, especially Lurchers. She enjoys dog agility training and currently owns two rescue Lurchers, Milly and Milo. Milly has already had some success in the agility ring, and Milo will begin competing in late 2011. Cas loves country walks, working in stained glass and folk singing. She has also written a nonfiction book, "For the Love of Daisy," which tells the life story of her beautiful Dalmatian. Details and other information can be found on her website,

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