The First Book of Kalendeck
By David Sherwood
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Published: Dec. 15, 2011
Words: 162,287 (approximate)
A young man is cast into a medieval world with no possessions of his own or memories of his past. In trying to fit in he becomes ever more tangled in the political agendas of those trying to obtain better position in the kingdom. He soon leans that his future is directly linked to the past in this world.
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Thrust into a medieval world without any possessions of his own or memories of his past, he is forced to live as best he can with those who found him. Given the name of Marc, he accepts that he cannot leave and struggles to fit in by learning all he can about this magical land of kings, sorcerers and warriors.
One night all is changed when, in a dream, a name is whispered. Upon awakening, Marc relates the dream to a sorcerer he has befriended. He is then told of a warrior whose death brought an end to the enemy that almost destroyed the Kingdom. Marc finds himself increasingly drawn to the stories of this warrior. He decides to seek out the site that the ghost of this fallen hero still haunts. So begins his journey across the kingdom, where he discovers that his own identity is entwined with both the past and future of this land he now calls home.
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