The Raven's Warrior: A Novel

The Raven's Warrior: A Novel

by Vincent Pratchett
The Raven's Warrior: A Novel

The Raven's Warrior: A Novel

by Vincent Pratchett


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If Death takes a man it is called fate, when Death leaves a man it is called destiny.

"I have heard the delirious ramblings of countless dying minds and I am amused by yours. Don't be afraid, I won't take you now. Your life sentence has just begun."

Wounded in battle, a near dead Celtic warrior is taken by Viken raiders. He is sold into a Mid-East slave market and then dragged further east, through the desert, into the 'Middle Kingdom'. Destiny brings him into the hands of a warrior priest and his daughter. Hazy images of silk, herbs, needles, potions and steel, can lead him to only one conclusion, he has been purchased by a wizard and his witch.

And Arkthar fears for his very soul.

Under death's plotting eyes, a slave-warrior, a priest and a healer quest to save a kingdom. A new root of Arthurian legend takes hold.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594392580
Publisher: YMAA Publication Center
Publication date: 04/01/2013
Pages: 342
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Vincent Pratchett is a Canadian Martial Artist who began his training at the age of ten. He has taught the arts at the Universityof Guelph, and the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a young man Vincent travelled across Asia roughly following the ancient route of Marco Polo. Eventually settling in Hong Kong he worked as a bouncer for a prominent nightclub until breaking into the Hong Kong film industry as an actor and stuntman. Returning to Toronto, he now works as a professional firefighter. His writing includes screenplays, a child’s storybook, and several magazine articles. Living with his two children he continues to write, to train and to teach.

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