Zach lives in Idaho with his wife, son, three cats (hers), and one dog (his). He graduated from Marsh Valley High School and went on to earn a BS from Utah State University in English teaching, a minor in psychology teaching, and a minor in business. Currently, he teaches 9th Grade Language Arts and writes in his spare time. His first book, Destiny Scrolls: Path of the Warrior, was a seven year project while he attended USU and worked for the university as a custodian. There are four more books planned for the Destiny Scrolls series and ideas brewing for other series beyond that. He is committed to making sure that his skills as an author continue to grow and that each successive book in a series is better than the previous one
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Destiny Scrolls Retribution
by Zach Larson
Published: August 12, 2016
The desert city of Shanti holds many secrets, but Ladramain is only concerned with one of them: what are the A’gulen doing? The band of thieves is somewhere in the city, and he has finally tracked them down. All he has to do now is follow his visions of the future and get close enough to take them down. The only problem is his visions only let him view brief glimpses of what will happen.
Destiny Scrolls Path of the Warrior
by Zach Larson
Thirty-three years ago, the capitol fell and a tyrant king took over Arkeadion. Now, magic bearers either hide on their own or join with the rebels and prepare for war. Dregan has been kept from this knowledge by his adoptive parents, but when he stumbles across an ancient dagger, his life falls apart. Now he must save the people who raised him and run from the law.
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Smashwords book reviews by Zach Larson
Call of the Herald - Young Adult Epic Fantasy
on May 12, 2016
The story is imaginative, and the writing shows genius in some places. However, much of the plot is a travel story that includes many scenes that seem to be unnecessary to the plot and just take up real estate in the book. Many of the plot twists don't seem to be set up as well as they could be either.
To be fair, a young adult would probably not see the problems that I do, but I would warn other adult readers that this book may be a little lack luster.
I do believe that the author will make a great writer after gaining experience with a few more novels and looking at what really matters to the plot.