Birthright : The Immortal Forest

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In a carnivorous forest on a dark moon, a rite of passage intended for sons is changed forever when the king has a daughter. From the day she was born, before her mother could even bestow upon her a name, the Princess was plunged into a realm no daughter was ever meant to enter. It was only because a young warrior known as Paladin happened to be in the right place at the right time that she was able to live to see the next day. Challenged by vicious beasts that call the Immortal Forest their home, he taught her to survive. Hunted by every other child on Pilgrimage that wishes to steal her Birthright as their own, he taught her to fight. But when a dark and powerful evil surfaces and corrupts their most sacred and ancient tradition, and then takes a personal stake in apprehending them, all her years of training will be pushed to the breaking point. Unfortunately, even if she survives to reach her Fulfillment, there's no guarantee the tyrannical king has left anything to return too.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 14mm | 277g
  • English
  • 069230410X
  • 9780692304105

About J a Reed

Born and raised in Chino Hills, California, J. A. Reed enlisted into the United States Air Force at the age of 21. The youngest of three, his brother lives in Washington, his eldest sister along with her husband and two boys live in Oregon and their mother remains in Southern California. Since first leaving for Basic Military Training, Reed has considered many places to be home, but still holds California closest. With close friends all across the globe, both in and out of the service, he enjoys traveling and visiting them as often as possible.
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