The Aduramis Chronicles: Destiny of the Wulf

The Aduramis Chronicles: Destiny of the Wulf

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Author: Harrison Davies
Length: 520 page(s)
Written: May 2014
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Category: Fiction & Literature » Fantasy  |  Work: Novel
Keywords: fantasy, magic, witches, wizards, dragons, mage, destiny, fantasy adventure

Brothers Coinin and Marrok must defeat Death to save the planet from destruction

"Written with exquisite attention to detail and a gritty realism by an immensely self-assured and talented new writer. This is a landmark fantasy debut that shines through as a refreshing read that opens the genre to a new audience."

DESTINY HAS CHOSEN THEM, DEATH WILL MAKE THEM PAY.

Death desires to rule as king of the gods, and is poised to ignite a war in the heavens that would consume all life on the distant world of Er'ath.

Brothers Coinin and Marrok are thrust into a world of magic and summoned to a secret temple, where an ancient mage brotherhood tells of a great destiny that has surrounded them since before they were born.

Now the fate of this world hangs in the balance, and it is left to Coinin and Marrok to seek the Swords of Cerathil and save their home from destruction.

Treachery and deceit haunt them, and their very relationship is put to the test, as the ultimate battle for survival begins...


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Born in Hartlepool, United Kingdom in 1973. I grew up a typical 70's child, bad hair, and even worse clothes. I grew up reading books by Enid Blyton, and C.S. Lewis.

I live with my partner, Paul, in Newcastle upon Tyne, a parrot called Oliver and a dog named Patch. If the fact that I live with a man, a parrot or a dog offends you in any way, and you've just thrown up on your computer screen, accept our apologies and click this link. http://songdrops.com/pug-licking-screen-clean

"It is far easier to grow wings, than it is to write a book. Yet once you've mastered it, you will be soaring higher than the birds." -Harrison Davies 2012.

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