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The path of the fallen is a war of the heart. On the Isle of Türmak, a power-hungry necromancer longs to resurrect the unholy spirit of the Dragon. At his side is a legendary swordsman named Legion, who has single-handedly crippled the kingdom of Freeport from defending itself against the necromancer's plot. Then Andrea, a young slave who has magical powers beyond human comprehension, finds her way to Freeport and the tides of war begin to change. But is her faith in her abilities strong enough to stop even Legion? With surprising twists and imaginative medieval battles, The Stormcaller is an illustrative tale of redemption from the pits of the darkest kind of evil.
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Jacob L. Grant was first published when he was 16, a short story in The Informer magazine called, My Dad's A Cop. A year later his poem, The Predator and the Prey, was published in The Green Mountain Trading Post. His first novel, The Maker's Child, a medieval fantasy novel for teens, was published when he was 18. His second, The Stormcaller, which he co-authored with childhood friend Mark T. Russell, was first printed in 2007, and reprinted in 2013 along with its sequel, The Dragon Jacob was a journalist, photographer, columnist, editor and graphic artist for The Caledonian-Record in St. Johnsbury, VT, for five years. He now works in the publishing industry. He is a part time photographer and graphic artist, freelance writer and children's book illustrator. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife Danielle. Mark T. Russell As a young man, Mark often found himself swinging a yardstick as if it were a sword. This measuring tool became a deadly weapon in his hands as he imagined himself fighting off a horde of bestial foes in his living room. Battling these enemies with this wooden sword, the character of Legion was born. And so also was a story that would bring him from the pits of darkness to the glory of redemption. This idea fermented in Mark's brain for a couple of years until he joined with fellow yardstick-wielding comrade, Jacob L. Grant. Mark resides in New Hampshire with his wife Christine and their two children, Evie and Miles.
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Book Description OakTara, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1602900213
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