Necromancer

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Morgeth's iron grip on the land of Ilyria is reaching beyond its borders; his necromancy is ripping apart the very fabric that binds Alatheia together and the only thing that stands the way of total domination is an ancient elven prophecy.
Eran, a simple farmer, is forced to embrace a heritage he did not know and join the Dagornath to destroy the evil that threatens every thing he loves.

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About Dune Elliot

Born in England to a literary family, Dune's first experience with fantasy was with the elves and faeries at the bottom of the garden and a free imagination soon gave life to imaginary friends and other fantastical creatures. Dune's first experience with written fantasy was J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit', which still continues to inspire today. Dune started writing fantasy as a teenager, gaining experience, and learning what worked and what didn't for a well written story that people actually want to read. Through some good stories, and some pretty bad ones, Dune became the author that writes novels like 'Necromancer'. Dune currently lives with Cody, a border collie, and two horses in remote Wyoming where characters are given free rein to develop and grow and where adventures are naturally born.

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Review by: josh tracy on Jan. 31, 2012 :
A riveting story! This novel is worth keeping. The characters are engrossing, each in their own way. Some capturing your passion and some your hatred. Its a book that is hard to pry yourself away from. The plot is well conceived and pulls at your attention. A story that you can't put down until your finished, and when you are; you find yourself wanting more.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Linda Rae Blair on March 13, 2010 : (no rating)
A great story that keeps you reading. I knew, of course, that not every hero in the story would make it through to the end...what would a good book do without a little pathos...and read each page dreading the demise of a character of which I had become so fond.

While this genre is new to me, I greatly enjoyed the story. I'll have to give more of it a try!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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