After freeing a giant eagle from a snare, Okchaw Chief Silverlock witnesses the destruction of his village and the mass murder of his people. He is spirited away from the scene of the massacre by the Imnura, legendary eagle riders wielding advanced weaponry. In their cliff city of Emnor, he attempts to deal with his physical wounds as well as his deep survivor's guilt and consuming hunger for violent revenge. But when an old enemy of Emnor returns to the cliff city with a new and terrible power, Silverlock finds himself thrust once more into open war.
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About the Author
Ryan Z. Dawson was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and he began writing poetry, short stories, and songs at an early age. His first attempts at narrative fiction were single-page sword and sorcery tales featuring characters and situations inspired by He-Man and the 1982 film *Conan the Barbarian.* In junior high school, he developed an interest in "conlanging" and devised several constructed languages. Now living in southern Indiana with his wife, Lisa, he has written five novel-length stories and more than 1000 original songs and poems. *The King's Eagle* is his publishing debut. He developed Imnura, the language of Emnor, especially for this story's world. You can learn more about the Imnura language at http://imnuralanguage.tumblr.com/
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When I first read this book, it took a while, not because it was hard to get into. The book grasped at my attention and never let go. The reason it took me longer then normal, for a book this size, was that I kept having to stop to fully grasp this detail. My brain would pause after being given everything it needed to imagine the amazing scenery, and characters. If you are looking for one of the most intriguing fantasy books you have ever read, then this book is for you.