The Wanderer's Tale
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The Wanderer's Tale

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It has been five hundred years since the Peladanes stormed the distant stronghold of Vaagenfjord. There, the dreaded rawgr Drauglir and his supernatural minions had held sway over the mortal world, in a long, terrifying reign.

And now, the peace is broken. Rumors abound, ill omens have been seen, and a priest of the One God has had a vision. The rawgr--hideous, powerful creatures of which there were but few -- have reappeared and, from their far northern outpost, threaten to wreak vengeance on the descendants of the Peladanes who sacked their fortress centuries before.

Thus begins an epic adventure--a fabulous quest--the likes of which has never been told. David Bilsborough, a brilliant young author, has created a passionately imagined vision of Lindormyn, a world teeming with peoples, history, cultures; a world rich with fabulous landscapes and hidden terrors; a world with compelling characters--human and other--some deadly, others merely remarkable.

In sum, his creation explores a world of wonders that will surprise and captivate readers with its masterfully woven tapestry of lives entrapped by the play of Time and Chance, Good and Evil, on a grand scale. It's a sweeping epic to fire the imagination of readers everywhere.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 160 x 233 x 29mm | 481g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Maps; Illustrations, black and white
  • 0765321009
  • 9780765321008
  • 1,907,047

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About David Bilsborough

David Bilsborough was born in Malvern, England, the hills of which inspired him to create the world of Lindormyn. The Wanderer's Tale is the first of many Annals set in that world. He lives abroad, where he teaches English as a second language. He has also written A Fire in the North, which will conclude the epic story begun in The Wanderer's Tale.
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134 ratings
2.83 out of 5 stars
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4 20% (27)
3 28% (38)
2 19% (25)
1 21% (28)
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