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Swirling Shadows

Overview


While watching the only person he cared about die in front of him, Gohr's new companion is now the nightmare that lives inside his head. His only hope now? – to make his way to Bridgewater – it's what Oriah would have wanted.
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Description


Gohr Ebonwisp was brought into Grimwood's world, wrapped in shadow magic. Though his journey begins when he is a baby, the Queen of Duaramar will stop at nothing, until she can collect him for her own personal gain. Young Gohr finds himself being escorted to a Shadow Stride encampment, where he can be safe under the guise of savages. Though, as he grows older within the Shadow Stride, life begins to take a turn as camps have been burned to the ground. Who better to blame than the freak who holds a talent for magic? Forced to witness the murder of his mentor, bound and hopeless, and a bounty now pinned against him, Gohr Ebonwisp is faced with no other choice than to head south to Bridgewater University with hopes of learning more about his talent for magic… and for more allies. Little does Gohr know, Bridgewater has its own secrets.
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About the author


Dillon is a twenty-three-year-old recent University graduate with a bachelor's degree in English: Professional Writing. During his years in University, he fell in love with the art of story-telling; specifically – short-stories, and short-story workshops. Eventually, though, he began writing this book Junior year of college– as a short story he was writing seemed to unravel itself into something bigger. He has successfully published one poem and one photograph, during a second call-to-submission, senior-year, which is showcased in the 2018 – 2019 Sandhill Review Literary Magazine for Saint Leo University.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Epic

Language:English

Series title:Shadow Series

Series Number:1

Pages:308

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543999013

Paperback ISBN:9781543999006


Overview


While watching the only person he cared about die in front of him, Gohr's new companion is now the nightmare that lives inside his head. His only hope now? – to make his way to Bridgewater – it's what Oriah would have wanted.

Read more

Description


Gohr Ebonwisp was brought into Grimwood's world, wrapped in shadow magic. Though his journey begins when he is a baby, the Queen of Duaramar will stop at nothing, until she can collect him for her own personal gain. Young Gohr finds himself being escorted to a Shadow Stride encampment, where he can be safe under the guise of savages. Though, as he grows older within the Shadow Stride, life begins to take a turn as camps have been burned to the ground. Who better to blame than the freak who holds a talent for magic? Forced to witness the murder of his mentor, bound and hopeless, and a bounty now pinned against him, Gohr Ebonwisp is faced with no other choice than to head south to Bridgewater University with hopes of learning more about his talent for magic… and for more allies. Little does Gohr know, Bridgewater has its own secrets.

Read more

About the author


Dillon is a twenty-three-year-old recent University graduate with a bachelor's degree in English: Professional Writing. During his years in University, he fell in love with the art of story-telling; specifically – short-stories, and short-story workshops. Eventually, though, he began writing this book Junior year of college– as a short story he was writing seemed to unravel itself into something bigger. He has successfully published one poem and one photograph, during a second call-to-submission, senior-year, which is showcased in the 2018 – 2019 Sandhill Review Literary Magazine for Saint Leo University.
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