Ossard Rising (The Ossard Series, #4)

Ossard Rising (The Ossard Series, #4)

by Colin Taber
Ossard Rising (The Ossard Series, #4)

Ossard Rising (The Ossard Series, #4)

by Colin Taber



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Following on from the third Ossard book, Ossard's Shadow:

Juvela and the Prince have reached Ba Er Kaan, a ruined ogre city of the dead, where her truth will be revealed.

But they are not alone.

Meanwhile, far to the west, Sef and Anton have reached the borders of the Dagruan heartland in Kalraith.

Yet they are pursued.

And back in the Northcountry, the cultist controlled city of Ossard finally begins to rise anew.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151715591
Publisher: Thought Stream Creative Services
Publication date: 04/27/2017
Series: The Ossard Series , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 788 KB

About the Author


Colin Taber was born in Australia in 1970 and announced his intention to be a writer at the innocent age of 6. His father, an accountant, provided some cautious advice, suggesting that life might be easier if his son pursued a more predictable vocation.
Colin didn't listen.
Over the past twenty years Colin's had over a hundred magazine articles published, notably in Australian Realms Magazine. In 2009 his first novel, The Fall of Ossard, was released to open his coming of age dark fantasy series, The Ossard Trilogy. The second installment, Ossard's Hope, followed in 2011 and was supported by a national book signing tour. Currently Colin is working on the final book in that trilogy, Lae Ossard, and his new series The United States of Vinland.
Colin has done many things over the years, from working in bookshops to event management, small press publishing, landscape design and even tree farming. All he really wants to do, though, is to get back to his oak grove and be left to write.
Thankfully, with an enthusiastic and growing readership, that day is coming. He currently haunts the west coast city of Perth.

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