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The Errant King by Wayne Thomas Batson
Topic Started: Mar 4 2011, 09:22 (1,091 Views)
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Coming Fall 2011.

This is the second book in the Dark Sea Annals series.
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Legends of old come forth from dark caves. I dark figure speaks and a thunderous roar comes out from the deep. A young king becomes restless and longs for an adventure of his own. To cross his country that he has only seen from the windows of his castle. There is much that ways on the Shepherds mind if he gives his consent in allowing the young king to do so. Little do any know of what takes place during the Grey Hour, but one you girl does. She has witnessed the horrors that take place, but she tries to forget that fateful night. All of these roads will cross in The Errant King. Wayne Thomas Batson has delivered another epic adventure for the imagination! Following Sword in the Stars, The Errant King continues, without hesitation, where Sword in the Stars left off. I liked how there was some romance and for the mature reader, it was well written. For those of a younger age group, they may not see what was transpiring between the two nor fully understand how love works. A great read for those that are looking for an all around fantasy adventure!!
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