Song Of The Adoel

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The Adoel keep their past a secret, speaking only of some great sin for which they pay penance by living as servants to the royal family. The curse that haunts them, that turns their skin pale and their hair white, is a shame too deep to even speak of. But as hard as they try, sometimes the sins of the past refuse to stay hidden. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 77,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465802743
About Kevin King

Born in 1976 in Germany (army baby), raised in South Louisiana. Now living in Louisiana, working as a Software Developer for an oilfield company.

Always loved to read, favorites include CS Lewis and Tolkien. Been writing as a hobby in spare time - about 60 poems, and one completed novel available through Smashwords and coming soon to lulu.com

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Review by: Chris Hayes on Dec. 19, 2011 :
A complex back story gives meat to this sword-and-sorcery tale of a group of teens fighting to keep their kingdom from being overthrown by a ruthlessly evil undead overlord. I would have liked a bit more explanation for the source of the powers that everyone eventually seems to manifest in the course of this tale, but maybe that will be forthcoming in a sequel. In any case, this is a promising beginning.- Chris Hayes
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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