The Hellborn Prince
When Doi'van, a Hellborn Prince of the Orqui, helps his friends, Rodregas and Imeralda, in a quest to find the sword Caldfwlch, he finds that his heritage might cause the group their biggest challenge. The local Orqui tribe holds the secret to finding the sword, but they will not share it freely to a foreign prince. A Celestial Goddess believes that only the sword has the power to stop the Immortalist Sorcerers from breaking The First Law and starting an all out war between the Gods and the Daemon Lords. At the same time, as Doi'van embraces his heritage and discovers the secret to his full power, his very success might cause him to lose what he holds most dear. For Doi'van to defy the most powerful beings in the land he must turn his search for the sword into the start of something far greater.
- Paperback | 226 pages
- 133.35 x 203.2 x 14.48mm | 322.05g
- 14 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Gil Hough
Gil Hough was born in Detroit, Michigan and raised on the waters of lake St. Clair, spending the majority of his youth reading and boating. After graduating from Grand Valley State University, where he mainly studied his love of the sport of rowing, he left for various adventures which included several years of non-violent reconciliation work in Northern Ireland through the Brethren Volunteer Service, working with refuges from Central America seeking political asylum, and teaching English as a second language in Torreon, Mexico. Gil eventually settled in Knoxville, Tennessee where he resides today. After spending four years organizing Appalachian communities, he worked as the Tennessee Director of Renewable Programs at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, until he moved on to developing renewable projects with Restoration Services, Inc. He is a founding member of TenneSEIA (Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association) where he serves on the Board of Directors, advocating for the orderly and sustained development of solar energy. Feel free to share your thoughts on the book by emailing him at email@example.com or follow @Gilhough on Twitter or post on The Order of the Lion series page on Facebook.