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The Kingdom of Torahn is beset by an ancient evil. Can a simple woodcutter and a well educated girl save all? Long forgotten are the ways to fight the Trolls. Beasts that breed faster then rabbits it appears. And when they decide to migrate to the lands of humans, their seeming invulnerability spells doom for all in the kingdom of Torahn. Not only Torahn but all the human kingdoms that border the great mountains of Teantellen that divides the continent. Humphrey is an orphan, and does not think life will hold much for him beyond the trees and his axe. Gwendolyn is the daughter of a successful merchant who’s ambitions extend to the rulling Council of Twenty-One. When the Monsters invade the Kingdom, both must rise to the occassion. Humphrey will learn and show skills he did not know he had. Gwendolyn will use her training. Both will strive to save their friends, family and all Torahn. Herein are the first three books of the saga of Humphrey and Gwendolyn. A Trolling We Will Go, Trolling Down to Old Mah Wee, and Trolling's Pass and Present.
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A graduate in history, Mr. Wilkin has been writing in various genres for thirty years. Extensive study of premodern civilizations, including years as a re-enactor of medieval, renaissance and regency times has given Mr. Wilkin an insight into such antiquated cultures. Trained in fighting forms as well as his background in history lends his fantasy work to encompass mores beyond simple hero quests to add the depth of the world and political forms to his tales. Throughout his involvement with various periods of long ago days, he has also learned the dances of those times. Not only becoming proficient at them but also teaching thousands how to do them as well. Mr. Wilkin regularly posts about Regency history at his blog, and as a member of English Historical Fiction Authors. You can read that blog at http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.com/ His very first article was published while in college, and though that magazine is defunct, he still waits patiently for the few dollars the publisher owes him for the piece. Mr. Wilkin is also the author of several regency romances, and most recently a sequel to the epic Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1481915800