The Grey Isle Tale

The Grey Isle Tale

by Ryan P Freeman

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Overview

Prince Janos of House Ulian is having a rough day. No, scratch that - a rough life. So when the watch tower he is inspecting begins exploding all around him, Janos soldiers on like usual. Race through the countryside of the island empire of Rumenjia, as one unlucky Prince, along with a stubborn local watch captain join forces with staunch Generals and legendary Wizards to confront the greatest (and potentially last) threat their country has ever faced: their own inner darkness.

The Grey Isle Tale chronicles the last breath of a crumbling empire. Adrift upon its own momentous tides of conspiracy and hate, something even more sinister lurks beneath the nation's waves.
The Grey Isle Tale is the sort of story which flows from hair-raising novel to epic northern legend. The Grey Isle tale tells the story of a nation on the brink, and how even the smallest gestures can tip the balance between good and evil. Within, experience tremors of horrific casualness matched against the indestructible bonds of friendship and kindness.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517152826
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2016
Pages: 100
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

Ryan P. Freeman is a fellow adventurer and writer. After miraculously surviving childhood cancer and several near-death experiences, he launched into the world of AM talk radio, hosting his own live program out of Albuquerque. Ryan is a pastor, former International Red Cross guest speaker, and medieval-enthusiast; loves sampling craft-beers, and is an unapologetically proud kilt-wearer. In his down time, his interests range from exploring real-world pan-mythology, survivalist camping, and copious video gaming. He and his wife live in Hannibal, MO along with their two dogs Maci and Lazarus, and two cats Lira and Baldur. A member of the St Louis Writers Guild, Ryan also occasionally writes for The Scribe, a literary magazine based out of St Louis.

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