Invasion of the Ortaks
edited by FirstEditing.com
FirstEditing has edited my first three books in the series Invasion of the Ortaks. Book 1 the Knight, book 2 the Defeat, and book 3 Rebellion. They have done a great job, and I like working with them.
A short introduction
Saved in the nick of time by the battle-ready Princess Egny"”the niece of Eniktronia's King Haakon"”Carl travels with her through the countryside, attacking the encampments of these dark-clad invaders. While lodged at an inn for the night, enemies posing as local tavern-goers make an attempt on her life. News of the attack reaches the king, who sends Sir Klaus eastward across the outlaw-riddled Bending Pass and into the country of Antonia to learn more about the assassination plot. The novel, filled with well-wrought adventure, hosts a large cast, from the warm Asgrim to the foolhardy Gils, their back stories as attention-grabbing as the main narrative. We learn, for instance, the unsettling history of Christopher, a trader who freed two condemned slaves and joined forces with Klaus against the incoming Ortaks. Esthopians who, faced with the prospect of war with a brutal tribe and betrayal among their ranks, band together
After reading the Icelandic Sagas in his childhood, and having a great interest in the world history, the author creates his own world, "Esthopia." A continent of six kingdoms, where you will be taken on a journey along with men and Elves, as they fight a brave battle against the evil of this world and the Underworld. Come with us and join Sir Klaus, Princess Egny and the Elves as they fight side by side. Discover a wonderful landscape, as you go through Bending Pass, and over the Great Mountains. Sail with us across Lake Etu, and travel all the way to Cape City.
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