A Kingdom Fallen

The Triadine Saga

Book 3
myOstrich Press
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In this continuation of the epic fantasy series–The Triadine Saga–Peter is desperately in love with the beautiful Lady Olivia. After rescuing her from the Goblins and the Brotherhood of Khall, he is hopeful that she will return his love, though she believes she owes her salvation to another man.

Alexandra has been captured by the Gaerwitch, a Wiccan Sorceress who can be either friend or foe. She  was instrumental in assisting Princess Rozlynn in Prophecy’s Queen,  which ultimately led to the birth of the twins and the death of Alexandra’s mother.

The separate armies of the Pulat, Al-Ashal and the Dark Wizard grow stronger every day, as the world grows closer to another Great War pitting good versus evil for domination of the world.

The great Dragon Lord Barak wields expanding power over thousands of disciples who wish only to return to a time when the Dragon Lords ruled the world.

As the armies of men come together in the inevitable battle for power between the Kingdom of  Aren and the Free Cities, who will prevail?

Will the Children of The Prophecy get the chance to fulfill their destiny, or will evil destroy light and plunge the world into a thousand years of darkness?
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About the author

I have always had a fascination and love for Epic Fantasy, and was inspired by the great authors that we all read growing up.  I’m pleased to bring you my fantasy world in all of it’s glory, and hope you enjoy reading about it as much as I enjoy bringing it to you.

I started going to a fantasy world in my mind many years ago, and the adventures of Peter and Alexandra were my escape from the harsh technical world all around me. The twins were enthusiastic, energetic, eager to go out and explore their world, and willing to take on any challenge necessary. I have often said that I travel to the Upper Aren and come back and write about it, and I really do feel that way at times.

My own eclectic interests fueled the twin's activities, as I have done a little of everything in my life. I suspect it's because of my adult attention deficit disorder, and a need to try everything at least once.

I hope you enjoy the adventures of my characters and they become a part of your lives, as they have long been a part of mine.

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Publisher
myOstrich Press
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Published on
Dec 23, 2017
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Pages
508
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Fiction / Fantasy / Epic
Fiction / Fantasy / General
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This content is DRM free.
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Available on Android devices
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