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Dragonlance Novel: Ergoth Trilogy #01: A Warrior's Journeyby Paul B Thompson
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The first title in a new trilogy from Dragonlance author team Thompson and Cook.
Writing team Thompson & Cook once again explore the history of the ancient Dragonlance world in A Warrior's Journey, the first title in the new Ergoth trilogy. Considered the historical specialists of the Dragonlance world, the authors take the story to a colorful and violent era of its history that has not been previously chronicled in any novel.
The mighty Ergothian empire is gripped by civil war.
Centuries before the first Cataclysm sunders Ansalon, two imperial dynasties struggle for supremacy. Brutal warlords jockey for power, while corrupt wizards sell their skills to the highest bidder. Unnatural monsters prey on the unwary.
Amid this chaos and upheaval, a brave young peasant shakes the towers of the mighty as his fate and the destiny of Krynn collide.
Key Selling/Marketing Points:
- Authors Thompson & Cook are a very popular and well-known team with Dragonlance fans.
- When paired with Thompson & Cook's Barbarians series, this trilogy will round out the ancient history of the Dragonlance world for fans.
- Product listing, author interview, and sample chapter at wizards.com.
This first title in a new trilogy from noted Dragonlance historians takes readers to a colorful and violent era of the Dragonlance world's history that has not been previously chronicled in any novel, introducing a brave peasant whose fate collides with the destiny of Krynn. Original.
About the Author
Tonya C. Cook has a degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina. She works as a freelance editor and foreign rights manager for a large university press. A Warrior's Journey is her eighth Dragonlance novel written in collaboration with Paul B. Thompson. Cook lives in North Carolina.
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