At The Walls Of Galbrieth - Wycaan Master Book 1

"You have a great destiny, Seanchai. You must gather the elves from the Markwin forest and the islands of the west. You must bring the dwarves out of their mines to honor the ancient alliance. Find the Azuri if you can.

Only you can possibly unite them all. You wield the magic of the Wycaans, but your greatest gift is the loyalty and friendship you inspire. Swear to me that you will do this. More
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About Alon Shalev

Deep in a redwood forest in Northern California, a boy and his father sat at a picnic table and created an epic fantasy world. The ancient trees bore witness to the summoning of the Wycaan Masters.

Alon Shalev is the author of social justice-themed novels, A Gardener's Tale, The Accidental Activist, and Unwanted Heroes. He is the lead writer of the political blog, leftcoastvoices.com, and never expected to delve into the world of fantasy.

In 2010, while on a family camping trip in the Northern California redwoods, his then 11-year-old son, who devours YA fantasy, objected to his father opening his laptop and writing.

A compromise was reached and both were soon deeply engrossed in what became the first of three epic novels (so far) - At The Walls Of Galbrieth.

Alon Shalev lives in Berkeley, California with his wife and two sons. As a fantasy writer, he blogs at elfwriter.com and tweets @elfwriter.

OTHER PUBLISHED WORKS
Wishing to express his desire for social change, Shalev has written a number of social justice-themed novels (see below).

Alon Shalev is the proud author of A Gardener's Tale, a story of healing of family, land and community, along with a look at the Pagan religion and its time-honored impact upon rural communities.

The Accidental Activist is a fictional account of the astonishing 'McLibel' trial that captivated Britain in the 1990's, a David .v. Goliath court case that highlights the treachery and ruthlessness of the multinational corporations and how the advent of the Internet can curb them, when a few individuals refuse to back down. It is a defense of Freedom of Speech and the acknowledgment of the Internet as a tool for social change.

Unwanted Heroes brings together an old, battle-scarred Chinese American war vet and an idealistic and pretentious young Englishmen, who share a love for San Francisco, coffee and wine. They soon discover they share even more when repressed memories bring them together in a gripping climax finding in each other an unlikely ally to set themselves free from the tragic past that binds them both.

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