The Twenty-Seven Swords - Part One
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The Twenty-Seven Swords - Part One

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For most of his uncommonly long life swordsman Alasír Summerwind has remained beyond the grip of his own destiny. However, after creatures long forgotten by its inhabitants attack the village of Timberhold, the crimson-cloaked recluse finds himself drawn into a conflict that threatens to spill into the whole of Monerín.

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Published July 30th 2011
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Jacob Donald Lochner (1982-Present) was born in St. Joe, Michigan and spent most of his life in the Southern Indiana/Louisville, Kentucky area. Most of his writing centers around the fantasy world of Eryla, which he spent over a decade developing. His development process included the creation of several languages, poetry, and cultures; most of which originated as scribbles in the margins of his sc...more
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