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Publisher's Summary

The lone survivor of a horrible shipwreck, Ealrin may be destined for greatness. He just can’t remember who he is.
Cared for by the grizzled general Holve, he discovers that Ruyn is a continent plummeting towards genocide.
Holve’s country thrives on the coexistence of elves, dwarves, and men, but rumors and bigotry push the land toward bloodshed. Drawn into the conflict, Ealrin meets Blume, a teenage girl struggling to hold onto the peace she's always known. But her family hides a secret that could change the tides of battle.
Will Earlin choose to find the past he lost? Or will he prevent the annihilation of Ruyn? 
©2014 Ronald Long (P)2017 Retrovert Books
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3 out of 5 stars
By Greg on 07-02-18

Interesting, undecided though

I had a hard time trying to rate and review this book. Certain aspects(the MC backstory mystery, the overall conspiracy) are really intriguing. However, I never felt connected to the story. After some thought, my take on this is that there always seems to be some new viewpoint given to the story when the previous one has not been developed enough. When two characters meet they are never given enough time to develop any kind of bond, yet you led to believe they are fully bonded by the consequences of the resultant storyline.

It is nitpicking, but its why the story is just average for me. Is it worth a credit...well you can certainly do worse.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dustin Colbey on 12-15-17

unique story with a Middle-earth feeling

if you love Lord of the Rings or Warhammer you will love this unique story

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