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    • 270 pages
  • Keywords
    • dragon stories,
    • epic fantasy novel,
    • fairy tales,
    • goblins and ogres,
    • paladin,
    • mythical creatures,
    • Cape Breton kraken

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Saints of the Waters Ford
by James McEachern

The colossal empire of Britannia has been decimated by its human adversaries and the unworldly forces of the ‘folk’. The out-port settlements on the island of Breton are left to fend for themselves after the destruction of the protectorate. Surrounded by their enemies, dragons, goblins, ogres, krakens and the like, the fighting men of the empire have given their lives in its defense. Ten years after the uprising of the ‘folk’ the farmers and villagers of Breton find themselves living in fear and trepidation, playthings of their enemies. All contact with the outside world has been lost, those coming to Breton from the continent tell a continuing tale of woe, the inhumanity of man and the horrors of the 'folk' have led to the destruction of their society. Elis Avaleonous seeks to follow in the footsteps of his deceased father as paladin and knight to the people of Breton. Saints of the Waters Ford is Elis’ crusade to rid the island of its terrors. A people will be forged or perish as light and darkness strive for the hearts and minds of all. Will a tiny flame set the night on fire or be extinguished forever, is the will of one man enough to safeguard the future, come and see, the ‘folk’ are waiting…

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From the fair isle of Breton, the township of the Waters Ford no less, though currently residing in the nation’s capital. A folk historian and storyteller, branded a loremaster by one notable documentarian. James has a lifelong love of literature and romanticism, he chronicles the magic and mystery of Cape Breton, his childhood home, overlapping many a true story with the astonishing life of fairy tales and fantasy.


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