Birthright : The Altar of Pilgrimage
The people of Ghor have never been known to be afraid, but fear of the unknown can temper even the bravest of hearts. For years the children of Ghor have been unable to Fulfill their Birthrights, leaving them stranded in the heart of the Immortal Forest. In all that time, their families back in the village of Tuckkar have had nothing but time to fear the worst. Their king, burdened by the impossible promises he's made and haunted by the ghosts of his past, desperately searches for a way to end the Birthright once and for all before his own child is born into the outdated tradition. Meanwhile, on the other side the children witness the seizure of the Altar of Pilgrimage by Tuckkarian soldiers. Fearing what the king's intentions could be, Princess and Paladin advise restraint until they learn more. Armed with a worn ancient journal, outdated information, and a cryptic prophesy, they set out to find a peaceful resolution. Little do they know, the answer is much closer then they think.
- Paperback | 252 pages
- 127 x 203 x 14mm | 277g
- 18 May 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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 Seattle, Washington, while his mother and eldest sister, along with her husband and two boys, remain 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.