Aar-Twan is the youngest prince among eight brothers, whose mother, Tyria dies giving birth to him. Aar-Twan's father, Keldor, the High King Of LeRaen names him Aar-Twan after the greatest warrior of LeRaen and the first High King of LeRaen, because Tyria chose it. This angers his seven other sons. This is because Aar-Twan is born with a defect in his leg so that he will never walk normal. They do not believe a cripple should be named after the most famous warrior and the first High King of LeRaen. Aar-Twan would grow up with seven brothers that despised and tormented him behind their father's back. Aar-Twan survives because he has a kind and forgiving soul; and a talent for making friends with wild creatures, including a bear called Bryarrgghh. One day Bryarrghh takes Aar-Twan deep into the Forest Yrrengh to meet Lei-Shana, the moon orchid, becoming the first human to see a moon orchid in over a thousand years.
|Publisher:||Mark A. Sather|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.10(d)|
About the Author
Mark A. Sather has been writing since he was in high school in west central Minnesota and has always wanted to be a writer. He graduated from the Minnesota State University, Mankato with a Masters of Arts in Teaching Biology. He taught for nine years in Minnesota and Las Vegas, Nevada before heading overseas to teach in Saudi Arabia. He is currently teaching at an international school in Caracas, Venezuela. Mark is also a singer songwriter with a collection of guitars, some of which he has named and considers them girlfriends. He loves to play tennis, mountain bike, hike, and go to concerts with his two adult children.