Lore of the Underlings: Episode 3 ~ Fyryx

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Lore of the Underlings continues. In this episode: While on nightwatch for his fallen friend, the beautiful vell Arrowborne, Fyryx Hurx reveals much about the people he leads -- the Treasured of Syland -- a chosen folk cast long ago into the internal exile of an unforgiving wilderness by the clever and farseeing Semperor. Of himself he reveals much as well, as he ponders a new threat from without. More
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Words: 9,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301068166
About John Klobucher

John Klobucher is the author of many technical manuals that you'd never want to read. But he is also to blame for "Lore of the Underlings", an ill-advised epic adventure that's available to you in tasty little episodes, with new ones coming -- farm-fresh, organic, and cruelty-free -- every now and again. John has plans for many exciting installments of the "Lore" in the years to come (for more behind-the-scenes news and nonsense, including podcasts of this series, hie thee to this bloggery: loreoftheunderlings.wordpress.com).

John has also been known to paint a little, including the watercolors used in the cover art for "Lore of the Underlings".

John lives in Framingham, Massachusetts, USA with his wife Diane, son Sam, and daughter Mia.

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Review by: Diane S.H. on May 27, 2014 :
A great character study - This episode takes an intriguing look into the mind of Fyryx, the leader of the lost tribe of people in these stories. I really liked the flashbacks into his youth and the history of this colorful world. Looks like there's a lot more to come for this conflicted character.
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Review by: N.G. Jones on Aug. 17, 2013 :
This follow-on to the first Lore of the Underlings episodes starts to reveal more about this mysterious land and the curious people who inhabit it. It is a world of many surprises. If you like storytelling and tales within tales, you'll like this one.
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