The Warlock of Hymal - Book I: A Boy from the Mountains

The Warlock of Hymal

Book 1
krautfantasy.com
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An unexpected journey turns into a nightmare. Nikko, a simple farm lad, suddenly finds himself running for his life. Dark executioners, orcs, a strange land brimming with danger … and little hope of a happy end in sight! Only with the aid of an extraordinary weapon does Nikko manage to escape with his life.

Back home again, undreamt of opportunities open up. The landgrave takes Nikko into his service, but soon sends him back to that alien land. Then Nikko learns something that will change his life forever.

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Everything happened very fast. Nikko heard a distant click, followed by a whirring sound! Then there was a muffled thump, and with an agonized groan, as if the last breath of life was leaving him, Thorodos collapsed! Horrified, Nikko pressed one hand firmly over his mouth to choke a scream trying to escape. With wide, terrified eyes, he stared at the place where Thorodos now lay, a pool of blood spreading scarlet beneath him.

“Old fool!” the stranger laughed aloud.

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Publisher
krautfantasy.com
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Published on
Oct 29, 2015
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Pages
136
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ISBN
9783954186525
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Epic
Fiction / Fantasy / General
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