Wolfie Star-Runner Plays with Hellfire

Wolfie Star-Runner Plays with Hellfire

by Danielle Freeman

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Overview

A simple journey south to Wyvernly takes an unexpected turn when Wolfsbane and company cross paths with his cousin Calvin. The “Hero for Hire” and aspiring legend joins the party and soon convinces them to take a detour to explore the ancient treasure caves of Mount Teratos. But, treasure is not the only thing said to be sealed away within the mountain’s depths—it’s also the place where the terrible Hellfire Lord Goramesh was imprisoned!

When Wolfie and Calvin let their curiosity get the better of them and release this sealed evil from his can, however, our heroes find that there is more to this his mythic rampage than scorched cities and an impressive body count. Can they get this ancient destroyer to warm up to them enough to change his evil ways? Or is his blazing temper just too hot to handle?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152057126
Publisher: Danielle Freeman
Publication date: 08/26/2015
Series: The Star-Runner Chronicles
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 539 KB

About the Author

Danielle Freeman is an independent author who specializes in fantasy and sci-fi. A natural storyteller from an early age, her love of literature and writing was seeded and cultivated by her mother--who not only took it upon herself to make sure that her children were fluent readers by the time that they began school but also took Danielle and her sister on frequent weekly trips to the local library.

In addition to writing, Freeman loves drawing and is a big fan of animation and comics, both American and international. Her favorite titles span the content spectrum from Alan Moore and David Gibbons' gritty and influential superhero deconstruction "Watchmen" to the wacky and nonsensical anime series "Excel Saga".

In her own work, Freeman goes by two main rules:
1. Always write the kind of story that you yourself would want to read.
2. Always leave them wanting more.

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