The Sword of Kings

Lorn du Carren is the prince of Eglak, exiled by his brother Thorne for crimes he did not commit. When he receives word that Thorne is waging a futile war that has brought Eglak to the edge of ruin, he resolves to return home to set matters aright. But as the war escalates, a sinister power grows in Thorne, a power somehow tied to the otherworldly weapon he wields, the Sword of Kings. More
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About Jason Beil

Jason Beil has written numerous short stories, countless songs, and a rock musical fantasy, The Other Side of Never. He has published the first two novels in his epic fantasy cycle, The Talisman War Trilogy. The first novel in the cycle, The Talisman of Faerie, was published in 2004 and translated into German in 2010 under the title Flucht Nach Faerie. The Second novel, The Sword of Kings, was published in 2010.

A trained vocalist and musician, Beil graduated from Millersville University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music. He pursued musical theater in his twenties, appearing in productions such as Cabaret, Oklahoma, Some Like It Hot, and Jesus Christ Superstar. He previously sang with the holiday a cappella group, Occasional Singers. Until the end of 2015, he was the keyboardist of the popular east coast cover band HyJinx (aka Lovely Rita). He has since reunited with his very first band, The Rockadudes.

Beil has recently returned to acting and has appeared in local productions of 1984 (Martin), Heathers: The Musical (Ram’s Dad/Big Bud Dean/Coach Ripper), Jesus Christ Superstar (Pilate), Peter and the Starcatcher (Lord Aster), Garfield: The Musical With Cattitude! (Jon Arbuckle), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Robert Lemonteur), The Rocky Horror Show (Eddie/Dr. Scott), Chess (Freddie Trumper), Freaky Friday (Mike), and Pippin (Charles).

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