Night of the Taking

Night of the Taking

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The Volami opened the walls of their shining city of Midhallow and invited the surrounding tribesfolk to venture within. Decades later, the two races dwell together inside the city, not quite as equals, and watched over by the ever-present Retainers. A treaty, offered by the tribes to the Volami, was to seal their tenuous union during a long-held ritual. But it was a ruse. The celebrations became the bloodiest treachery the Volami would ever know, and set in motion events that would echo down the ages.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.03mm | 90.72g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507523912
  • 9781507523919

About Scott Kaelen

Scott Kaelen writes in the genres of fantasy, science fiction, horror, humour, speculative and contemporary fiction, poetry and non-fiction. His releases include the prose and poetry collection From Grains To Galaxies; the religious parody and criticism collection When Gods Awaken; and the short story Night of the Taking, the first instalment into his epic fantasy series, the Verragos Tapestry. His current projects include a novel entitled The Blighted City, the first major release in the Verragos Tapestry series. As well as the pen, he is also modestly adept with the pencil; his work includes character concepts and sketches of famous personalities. His other interests include sci-fi, fantasy and horror (in written word, and on the small and big screens), etymology, psychology, computer RPGs, deep Earth history, palaeontology, geology and cosmology. He's also been known to flosculate. Though thankfully not too often.show more

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