Path of a Novice (Paperback)

The Silvan Book I

By R. K. Lander

R.K. Lander, 9781520937274, 222pp.

Publication Date: April 21, 2017

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A land at war, a failing king, a light in the forest ...

Centuries ago, the powerful Alpine lords colonised the Great Forest. The native Silvan elves were accepting at first, but one elf's lust for power is threatening peace and driving a wedge between the two, immortal races. Leaders against followers, commanders against warriors.

Fel'ann r is an orphan with a million questions and no answers - his Silvan mother died and no one speaks of his Alpine father. With the face of an Alpine and the heart of a Silvan, the boy steps into this conflicted world with nothing in his pocket but a dream: to be a Silvan captain in an army commanded by Alpines, an army desperately struggling to hold its borders.

Fel'ann r's path as a novice warrior will teach him more than warfare. Embarking on a journey of self-discovery, he must learn to deal with his personal conflicts and with an emerging power he is yet to understand.

From recruit to novice warrior and beyond, Fel'ann r is the Silvan that could change the balance of power and alter his world forever.

"A brilliant and exciting work of fantasy. Enter the world of Bel'ar n and meet Fel'annar and his friends in this fast paced tale. I loved this one, and can't wait to see what happens next Great characters, strong plot, beautiful world building, and plenty of action This story pulls you in, and doesn't let up until it's over Easy to follow and entertaining from cover to cover, you don't want to miss it "
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