Sole Sacrifice

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Sithral Tyr watched his children die of a strange illness. When his last remaining son falls ill, he goes in search of a cure. His journey leads him to a land full of danger and debauchery where he's forced to make the ultimate sacrifice to save not just his son but his entire village.

His is a tragic tale with a dark ending.

This is a novella about a character in The Kinshield Legacy.
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About K.C. May

Hi! I'm K.C. May. Thanks for visiting my author page.

I grew up in the mid-western USA and in Hawaii, and earned a B.A. in Russian from Florida State University. After a year in Taiwan teaching English and studying Mandarin Chinese, I lived in the Arizona desert where I founded a Rottweiler rescue organization and worked as a computer programmer and technical writer. My interests include karate, backpacking, motorcycle riding, dog training, and computer gaming. In 2010, I retreated to cooler, greener Georgia. I earn my living as a full-time writer.

My first novel, The Kinshield Legacy, was initially published in hard-cover in 2005. Now it's available as an eBook and in paperback. It was named one of the four best reads of 2010 by review blogger Grace Krispy at DailyCheapReads.com.

If you enjoy that book, you will probably like the rest of the series -- The Kinshield Saga. I also write science fiction, and I've started a new series called The Mindstream Chronicles.

I hope you enjoy my stories!

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Review by: Connie Dash on April 16, 2011 :
Very much enjoyed a little history of Sithral Tyr from the Kinshield Legacy. Great short story while waiting for the next chapter in the series. Very recommended!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dwayne Matheson on Oct. 31, 2010 :
I good filler short story about a character from The Kinshield Legacy. I do think that it left some questions unanswered about the character's abilities and skills, it was more of a story of how the characters feet were set on the path, and not so much of the journey along that path.

That said, I did enjoy the story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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