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John Swan | 1 comments Trial of the Heart by John Swan In Your Dreams by John Swan

"Trial of the Heart" Novella # 1 of the Aldaya Series has just been released on KINDLE for $0.99. I did not want you you to miss the opportunity to download it.

During the Fourth Age of Aldaya, one of their own defied the Esmё’s most sacred law. All the great powers – both divine and mortal – have been summoned to judge Izman’s guilt or innocence. The verdict will set in motion a chain of events whose consequences will ripple through Aldaya for centuries, affecting the lives of Éolan and Mim two ages into the future, and set the stage for the final confrontation between good and evil.

Available NOW on #KINDLE FOR $0.99

If you would want to continue the journey after you read Trial of the Heart, Book 1 "In Your Dreams" would be the choice. If and when you are ready.

On an ancient planet within our galaxy, a dark and fearsome terror has awoken from its long slumber. Its task is to work quietly from the unseen, spreading dissent through the vulnerable territories of the free races; weakening them for its master. By a chance meeting, it comes across a young girl in the swampy and mist choked lands of Endmoor. Her name is Mim, and the pairing of her platinum hair and violet eyes has not been seen since the Great War 1,000 years earlier; and has attracted unwanted attention. Knowing it hunts her, Mim flees and starts on a journey that takes her far across the Great Isle of Aldaya; the only landmass that now sits above the waves. Unbeknownst to her, she is the key to unraveling the darkness that is falling over the Great Isle; an emptiness that threatens to swallow not only Aldaya, but the Sphere as well, and all its futures to come.


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message 2: by Brian (new)

Brian Foster (bwfoster78) | 191 comments John,

A lot of authors posting in this group don't include the Amazon link and description, so thanks for doing both those things. I do, however, have a complaint:

The sample shows me maps, table of contents, and acknowledgements. It cuts off, unfortunately, before getting to the actual start of the story.

Consider moving the maps or something to the end of the novella. I can't speak for other readers, but there's no way I'd ever buy anything without reading a sample of the actual writing.



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