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The Miller's Son
     

The Miller's Son

by Mr David Addleman
 
When gods fight, no mortal wins.
The gods of the west, Kronos and Cholas, foresee grave danger to their mortal subjects and choose to protect them from the unmerciful eastern deity, Sibelius. Suspecting that Sibelius intends to raise up a Sorcerer to subjugate the west, the western gods plant early seeds of deliverance.

Edward, a simple miller's son, living in

Overview

When gods fight, no mortal wins.
The gods of the west, Kronos and Cholas, foresee grave danger to their mortal subjects and choose to protect them from the unmerciful eastern deity, Sibelius. Suspecting that Sibelius intends to raise up a Sorcerer to subjugate the west, the western gods plant early seeds of deliverance.

Edward, a simple miller's son, living in a Dukedom with his father, has been taught to read, write, and fight -- three subjects forbidden to commoners, making Edward a criminal almost from birth. When challenged by a knight-in-training, he errs and bests his opponent, sealing his fate in the Dukedom. His father sends him to study at a monastery.

During his studies, he learns that his destiny has been planned by gods and aided by adepts. Edward must somehow develop into the man who can guide the west to victory over the eastern invaders.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781921636325
Publisher:
Writers Exchange E-Publishing
Publication date:
01/06/2010
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

Meet the Author

Dave Addleman has sold over 120 short stories, most in the semi-pro market. Three mystery novels have been published by Books In Motion Publications on audio tape: Irrevocable Trust, A Contract On Stone and Shy Guy. A Contract On Stone was also published as a paperback by Major Books, Inc. A fantasy novel, Witch Hunter, is available at amazon.com and other on-line bookstores.
He was a charter member of the Fairwood Writers Group in Kent, Washington, which still flourishes. He taught fiction writing for three years at Renton College. He coaches and competes in masters swimming and holds a black belt in Uechi Ryu karate. He retired from Boeing in Seattle, WA, after 23 years as a software engineer. He now writes in Anthem, AZ, where he lives with his wife, Deborah. His 22-year-old son, Paul, is a senior at UCLA.

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