The Frothy Mug
By R. Roy Greene
Published by deBokton
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Published: Oct. 26, 2012
Words: 80,190 (approximate)
“If you want to survive, you must learn to be aware of your surroundings.” Alone, robbed, and injured, Daniel finds the Frothy Mug Tavern. The tavern owner is cruel; war is eminent, and Daniel is being hunted. To save himself and his kingdom, he must learn to fight, to work hard, to sacrifice his desires for duty, and to be a hero. His one hope is the elusive bandit – the Tiger!
“If you want to survive, you must learn to be aware of your surroundings.”
Alone, robbed, and injured, Daniel shows up at the Frothy Mug Tavern. Although used to a life of luxury, Daniel learns the value of hard work and duty from the barmaid Sarah. Life as a peasant is hard. The tavern owner is cruel, the kingdom is at threat of war, and Daniel is being hunted. To save himself, he must learn to fight. To save his kingdom, he must learn to sacrifice his desires for duty. To save the one he loves, he must learn to be a hero. The only one who can teach him is the cunning, legendary, leader of the bandits – the Tiger!
, action adventure
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