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In the style of Tolkien and Martin with a dash of King, W.Wm. Mee has crafted an epic quest around a cursed sword. Various races of the land known as Oma-Var become entangled in the many schemes and plots to find, capture and use Shard, the evil sword forged long ago by a malignant force that seeks to enslave all. Join the quest for 'Shard' in this the first book of the trilogy, ‘The Task’. More

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About W.Wm. Mee

Wayne William Mee is a retired English teacher who enjoys hiking, sailing and walking his dog McDuff. He is also a 'living historian' or 'reenactor'. You can see Wayne's historical group on Facebook's 'McCaw's Privateers' 18th Century Naval Camp' page. Building wooden sailboats also takes up a chunk of Wayne's time, but along with his wife Maggie, writing is his true love, the one he returns to to let his immagination soar.

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About the Series: SHARD Fantasy Novels
A magic sword, an evil, deathless wizard and a group of strange little fellows that will win your heart. L.O.T.R's style meets HBO with a modern, cutting edge! Erin Ap Conn is a hero with a brain --- and an attitude!

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About the Series: Fantasy novels of Oma-Var
Oma Var is a world of my own making. A vast continent with all kinds of strange, interesting people, races, creatures and cultures. Come along, if you dare, but know this. 'Beyond this point there be dragons!'

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KB Mason reviewed on on Aug. 18, 2011

I am enjoying this book quite a bit, I want to make that very clear ... But, with every page, nearly every word, I am reminded of The Lord of the Rings to the extent that the two stories are virtually interchangable. The similarities are disturbing as they remove all originality from a well written book. I find it to be a bit of a distraction to an otherwise enjoyable read. I still recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy novels.
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Rob Wright, Sr reviewed on on Aug. 5, 2011

This was a well written fantasy book, the action and adventure kept me reading and wanting to turn the page. I reccomend this book to anyone that like fantasy books.
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