The Princess and the Paladin

Princess Gail of NaRasch receives the most extravagant gift in the history of her father's empire – a gift which earns her imprisonment. Hopes of rescue are complicated when a would-be savior becomes her greatest foe, and an unlikely falling in with pirates brings her an ancient talisman which may just come to define her in Hiram Webb’s debut fantasy: The Princess and the Paladin. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
  • Words: 81,190
  • Language: Canadian English
  • ISBN: 9780991795505
About Hiram Webb

Hiram Webb has been writing from the time he learned how. From the first singe page narrative his work has gradually grown over the years, until in high school it became full-length novels. ‘The Princess and the Paladin’ is both his first and second book. It was originally published on a vanity press under another name. This first publication failed miserably because Webb found that he enjoyed writing books far more than selling them. When the book fell out of print, Webb decided to republish and set out to re-edit his work. Two years later, with more than a third of it rewritten, it comes to you now as ‘The Fall of NaRasch’ with ‘The Princess and the Paladin’ being the first part.

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