The Last Archer of Laummoren

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Gideon, the last of the fabled Archers of Laummoren, reluctantly forsakes his life's quest to serve as guardian to a troubled young noblewoman. But Gideon finds more than a renewed sense of purpose in Lady Serena; for she proves to be a kindred spirit who just might be the unlikely heir to a legacy that will otherwise die with him. He also learns that salvation rarely comes without a price... More

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Words: 113,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458072184
About Scott Cimarusti

Scott Cimarusti was born in 1970 and lived in the Chicago area until heading downstate to attend the University of Illinois. He now works at his alma mater and recently completed a master's degree in education. And, he can recite the alphabet backwards. Scott currently lives in Champaign.

An avid reader of all genres--mainly horror, suspense, and sci-fi--Scott started writing short fiction as a hobby while in college. "The Last Archer of Laummoren" is his first novel, followed by the sequel, "The Last Archer's Legacy". The third and final book of the series is coming soon.

Find Scott on the web at http://scott.cimarusti.com or on Facebook, Twitter (@scimarusti), and LinkedIn.

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Review by: Jeff Carpenter on July 27, 2011 :
A fun read and solid first effort from a new author. The story was well detailed, and fast paced. Set in purposefully vague time period, the author does a very good job of letting the characters develop and reveal their history as the story unfolds.

The digital text could use an editor to clean up the handful of spelling errors, but I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy fiction.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Hank Workman on March 28, 2011 :
Very good. Had a little trouble with sneaking out, but it did contribute to his guilt. Over all a good story.
Hank
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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