The Wielder: Betrayal

The Wielder: Betrayal

by David Gosnell



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The Wielder: Betrayal by David Gosnell

Arthur just buried his wife of 76 years. To make things worse, he knows he won't be joining her in the after-life anytime soon because of a "gift" he was given. That gift being six entities that are grafted to his soul. He can summon them at will - a succubus, a demon sorcerer, a fairy, a leprechaun, a cat-being warrior and his ever most trusty hell-hound. Because of their direct connection to his soul their power leeches into him. So, Arthur doesn't age or get sick.

He knows he will outlive his family. After all, he just outlived his wife.

Unfortunately though, he outlives his son sooner than later. His son and duaghter-in-law are murdered in a most foul manner. Arthur goes in search of revenge with death and devastation following in his wake. But Arthur's bent on revenge is quickly interrupted by a behind the scenes "supernatural police" who arrest him, interrogate him and bring him in for judgment.

That's where things turn really bad for poor Arthur.

He's finds he's been set up. Nothing is what it seemed. Worse even - he's been betrayed.

This is the first book in an envisioned series of six. It introduces you to Arthur MacInerny and his band of six "summonlings" along with the multiverse setting in which they all reside.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499252910
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2014
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

David Gosnell is a former ad-man, now full-time insurance adjuster who writes a bit to keep his sanity while working away from home. David is a terrible, but loud musician, a fair tennis player, and an avid fan and participant of fantasy MMORPGs.

The Wielder: Betrayal was David's first novel. The second is The Wielder: Sworn Vengeance.

The third in series is currently in writing.

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