Under the Burning Sun

A young man leaves his village to seek a Soul Healer, rumored to have the power to free those put under the dragon’s spell. He is an Intercessor, with no training in battle or the hunt. A Warrior banished to a desert island finds himself under attack from creatures that serve the dragon. Though an ocean apart, the lives of the two men unite in the battle for freedom and survival. More

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Words: 57,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311168498
About John W Fort

John W Fort is the author of three novels and one non-fiction book. He has an MST in Science Education, has lived in Brazil and speaks fluent Portuguese. John is notably hyperactive but manages to slow down just enough for others to communicate with him when absolutely necessary.

About the Series: The Forbidden Scrolls
The Great Province is a medieval world where one’s duty is determined by caste and all aspects of life are deeply rooted in ritual. Zul is the Great Spirit served by the villagers while a nearly mythical dragon is believed to represent all that is evil. Tradition remains unchecked until the dark spirit reveals itself to a boy, born into the religious caste, setting in motion an inevitable collision between ritual and a very real dragon.

The Forbidden Scrolls are being written during this series by a Warrior who is watching all the events unfold. The scrolls reveal the secrets of the spirit world that are forbidden to discuss in the Great Province. These secrets pose great danger to everyone living in the Great Province and must be revealed.

Also in Series: The Forbidden Scrolls

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