The Bokkaners of the North

Against all odds, Eskandar and his bunch of ragtag youngsters have managed to capture a powerful Qoori fourmaster warship, and used her cannons to blow up the pirate harbor of Brisa. But he is given no rest. New enemies ravage the lands and he must go north! More

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About Paul E. Horsman

Paul E. Horsman (1952) is a Dutch and International Fantasy Author. Born and bred in the Netherlands, he now lives in Roosendaal, a town on the Dutch-Belgian border.

He has been a soldier, a salesman, a scoutmaster and from 1995 till his school closed in 2012 an instructor of Dutch as a Second Language and Integration to refugees from all over the globe.

He is a full-time writer of fantasy adventure stories suitable for a broad age range. His books are both published in the Netherlands, and internationally.

His works are characterized by their rich, diverse worlds, colorful peoples and a strong sense of equality between women and men. Many of his stories, like The Shardheld Saga trilogy and The Shadow of the Revenaunt books, have mythological or historical elements in them, while others, especially Lioness of Kell and his current Wyrms of Pasandir books, contain many steampunk elements.

You can visit him at his website: www.paulhorsman-author.com.

About the Series: Wyrms of Pasandir
To the north of the Weal of Four Nations lies a mountainous region everyone believes uninhabited.

To the young ship's boy Eskandar, these mighty peaks are the homeland he believed he had escaped from.

Then, powers beyond his control draw him back and before he knows it, he is embroiled in a battle to free his country from an undead enemy. To succeed, he needs the aid of the wyrms who live on the high peaks, and he needs friends.

Follow Eskandar's adventures in 'Wyrms of Pasandir', a grand adventure for teen/YA and older.

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