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Arantur is a heroic epic fantasy story and the first book in the ‘Riothamus’ trilogy.Arantur, a young man raised in the small central Andurian town of Leigh and apprenticed to Mastercraftsman Blacksmith Cody has small-town dreams and aspirations. However, Arantur will soon discover that his destiny lies elsewhere. With war looming on the horizon, an enigmatic stranger befrArantur is a heroic epic fantasy story and the first book in the ‘Riothamus’ trilogy.Arantur, a young man raised in the small central Andurian town of Leigh and apprenticed to Mastercraftsman Blacksmith Cody has small-town dreams and aspirations. However, Arantur will soon discover that his destiny lies elsewhere. With war looming on the horizon, an enigmatic stranger befriends Arantur, and takes him on a journey of self-discovery and adventure. This journey leads him to the mysterious mage island of Glaive, and then onwards to the ancient fortress of Andur’s Keep. Along the way, Arantur must make difficult choices about fulfilling his destiny, or turning away to seek an easier and more straightforward life-path. Arantur finds himself challenged along each step of his journey; however, he also unexpectedly discovers a mysterious sword, an ancient royal heritage, arcane and lost abilities, and true friendships.Arantur will appeal to readers aged sixteen years and older.Word length: 81,000...

Title : Arantur
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ISBN : 13351505
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 206 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Arantur Reviews

  • Rosemary Fryth
    2018-11-17 03:54

    This is my own book, I'll let others review and rate it.

  • Cordz
    2018-11-17 05:38

    I have no idea what to think, honestly. The way R. Fryth wrote this story was so beautiful, so interesting that, no matter how plain Aran had been at first, I was hooked. His story, his adventures, and the way he grew up within a month was so interesting that I had to keep reading. Sadly, though, it was almost easy to predict the outcome/ending simply from the way that the existence of the 'High King' was told. All in all, though, a very beautiful book. Highly recommended.

  • Shirley Cross
    2018-11-28 03:43

    Very good to read it flow's along really well....Also with the background of the character's this help's to understand thing's a lot more....I also read the other two in the series Warriormage and The High King....Can't wait to read more from this author....

  • SciYourFi Team
    2018-11-24 04:45

    Read the full review at http://sciyourfi.blogspot.com.au/2012...

  • Gerald Black
    2018-12-01 00:43

    Just couldn't get into this. Bad grammar, weird dialogue.