The Rune that Binds: Book One: The Sommerstone Chronicles

The Rune that Binds: Book One: The Sommerstone Chronicles

by Jonathan D. Goff
The Rune that Binds: Book One: The Sommerstone Chronicles

The Rune that Binds: Book One: The Sommerstone Chronicles

by Jonathan D. Goff

Hardcover(Glossy Cover ed.)

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Overview

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A boy yearns to be a man.
A man yearns for forgiveness
An ancient power yearns to be a god.

When their worlds collide it will mean the damnation or the salvation of all mankind.

A month from the rite of passage that will mark his transition from boy to man, young Jan is given a task to journey to the nearby village of Miller's Down and settle his father's debt with the blacksmith. But what was supposed to be a simple task quickly turns into a dark and terrifying struggle for survival as Jan learns what it really takes to be a man in a world where death stalks the living wearing the faces of the people they love.

The Rune that Binds is the first book in the Sommerstone Chronicles, where the promise of immortality, beauty, and undying pleasures, is very real... if one is willing to pay the price.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781668507131
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/01/2021
Series: Sommerstone Chronicles , #1
Edition description: Glossy Cover ed.
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

JD Goff's first foray into fiction was when he wrote a book report on a book that didn't exist... except in his mind. He got an A.

Thus began a long love affair with the craft of writing. An avid reader (as most, if not all writers are), Goff's sketchy and unorthodox elementary education was filled with books.

They became his escape, and by the time he graduate from high school (after being held back a year for his sporadic and unenthusiastic attendance – he was more often found in the library reading than in the classroom), he had read over a thousand books, from authors ranging from Asimov, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Shakespeare, Edgar Allen Poe, and Dostoevsky.

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