Torsten Weitze


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Krefeld, Germany
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Torsten Weitze is a German author of fantasy novels.

Average rating: 4.47 · 2,336 ratings · 141 reviews · 20 distinct worksSimilar authors
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The Naming: The 13th Paladi...

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The Brazen City: The 13th P...

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The Sleeping Mother : The 1...

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Der Kampf um Hjalgar: Der 1...

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Im Ewigen Reich (Der 13. Pa...

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“This is one of the hardest lessons this world will present you with. The knowledge that you have taken a life is terrible. But the knowledge that you haven’t saved a life because you haven’t lived up to your responsibilities can destroy even the most battle-hardened warrior. So decide wisely, which action you think is best to take when you are in a conflict situation’.”
Torsten Weitze, The Naming: The 13th Paladin

“there's only one rule that's essential for your training: never give up. You can make mistakes, you can learn incredibly slow or be clumsy as you like. But you cannot give up.”
Torsten Weitze, Ahren: The 13th Paladin

“exuberance. One of the entrances to the main room led over a long, gently-bending hallway to a small, hewn cavern with gently steaming flowing water. Somehow, the little folk had managed to tap into a hot spring and direct it to this cavern. Jelninolan was clearly so keen on taking a bath after two weeks on board ship that she had already begun undressing herself when Ahren came around the corner. Her appearance was far from indecorous at this point but nonetheless Ahren spun around and made his retreat before the elf noticed him. Ahren kept catching himself being embarrassed”
Torsten Weitze, The Naming: The 13th Paladin



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