Unbound and Free

Unbound and Free

by Becca Lusher
Unbound and Free

Unbound and Free

by Becca Lusher



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Once there was an island,
And that island there lived a boy...

Demairo’s life is far from easy. Living on an isolated island with a father who hates him and a mother he adores, things are difficult enough without the whispering voices that cry on the wind. Because this is no ordinary island.

Luckily Demairo is no ordinary child, and he has some unusual friends to support him. But a storm is coming, and no amount of crows, seals or shining stars can save him – unless he chooses to be saved.

A choice is only the start of the journey.

Set in Roman Britain (456AD), Unbound and Free is a collection of four stories following Demairo across almost thirty years as he finds out where he truly belongs.
Jealousy’s Shadow (novella)
Elisud’s Choice (short story)
Unbound and Free (novella)
The Wanderer Returns (novellette)
Total Word Count: 110,000 words.

The Tales of the Aekhartain are about to begin. Stick a feather in your hat brim and come along for the ride.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045643375
Publisher: Becca Lusher
Publication date: 07/16/2014
Series: Historical Aekhartain (Tales of the Aekhartain) , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 429 KB

About the Author

Having an overactive imagination hasn’t always been a good thing: I spent much of my childhood scared of the dark and terrified by the stories my older sister told me (mostly to stop her being the only one afraid of the dark). These days I find it useful. I love stories, I love fantasy, I love things with wings, stars and the world around me, and I have great fun combining them all into my stories.

Born in the UK, I live in the wild south-west where I run around with my dogs and get bossed about by cats, while taking photos of gorgeous landscapes, reading lots of books and climbing rocks.

I’ve also been known to write stories.

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