Battle for Griff: Dolan’S Journal

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  • Battle for Griff: Dolan’S Journal

  • Auteur : John D. Wagner
  • Editeur : iUniverse
  • Isbn Code : 9781462083183
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Nombre de pages : 504
  • Date de publication : 2012-01-17
  • Évaluation des livres 4.5
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It is the year 659 of the written record, and an eighteen-year-old cadet is about to enter the final stage of adulthood. Dolan has spent his entire life within the perimeters of his small village, training for this moment. Ready to endure a challenge known as a shoadalu that will ensure he is welcomed into his clan, Dolan knows his skills will determine whether he lives or dies. As he ventures into a world filled with danger, betrayal, magic, and mystical creatures, only time will tell if he can become the great warrior he has always wanted to be. Just as the clansmen who have come before him, Dolan is on a quest for revenge for a vicious act carried out years earlier. Now it is up to Dolan and the other cadets to determine who betrayed their clan. Unfortunately, the nave young men know nothing about the outside world and must rise above their innocence in order to carry out their mission. Dolan and his team must rely on their magic, psychic abilities, and warrior skills in order to not only survive, but more importantly, reconstruct their beloved clan. In this thrilling fantasy tale, a young warrior embarks on an adventure into an enchanting, wondrous, and often violent world that could potentially change his life forever.

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