Rogue's Honor is an epic fantasy tale centered in a world populated by Men, Elves, Dwarves, Orcs... and the occasional Demon. It is a story rich with conflict, robust characters, mystery, and magic. In 6"x9" print form, it is 421 pages in length.
In Rogue’s Honor, readers meet Tellion Steele, a peasant Elf who falls passionately in love with Lynless Allystriel, the Elven princess of Celestar. His youthful impetuousness aside, Tellion is anything but a typical Elf. The trace of human blood flowing through his veins hints at the wildness that surges within. His unruly behavior and early physical maturity make him a natural leader among his peers, but his rashness one day exposes him to a terrifying demon and a secret silver pendant. As events unfold that Tellion could not have foreseen, he eventually finds himself banished from his homeland by the Elven aristocracy.
Bereft of family and forsaken by Lynless, Tellion does what he must to survive: he embraces the sword and makes his way as a thief and a mercenary. But when the world is seized by the machinations of conspiracy and war and Tellion learns of a plot to assassinate the princess, he reluctantly returns to the land of his exile to protect her from the forces that threaten her.
Full of mistrust and even hatred for the Elf who betrayed her so long ago, Lynless refuses Tellion’s aid. At that, Tellion finds himself embarking on a dangerous mission to liberate the woman he still loves. Resolved to face any peril and deceive anyone, friend or foe, in order to liberate his unwilling princess, Tellion finds himself walking the fine line between honor and treachery.
About the Author
Aiden is currently working on Honor's Toll, his follow up to Rogue's Honor, and hopes to have the principle writing completed by early 2012.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
When I first read the manuscript for Rogue's Honor, I knew Aiden Sawyer had created something special. Well-developed and complex characters drive an engaging, multi-faceted story, rich with suspense and conflict. The back-story, which is just as compelling as the central narrative, unfolds in a series of episodic "flashbacks" that are riveting and provide key insights into the history and nature of the main characters. It was evident from the start that Aiden Sawyer had invested a lot of time in the development of his characters and narrative, and I could not put the manuscript down. I am confident you will find equal enjoyment in the reading of Rogue's Honor. But just don't take my word on it; check out the sample chapters and see for yourself. Dex Briggs - Rogue Publications