Shadowmen

Shadowmen

15 Part Story 1.3K Reads 110 Votes
Seán Lynch By SeanLynchie Updated Aug 18, 2012

Drake Eveor is the son of a lord, heir to a massive empire of trading routes and land ownership. He has the perfect life. But a shocking series of events is about to change his life forever.  
    Crime and greed choke the slums of the Islen's cities while the nobles feast and celebrate. Unspeakable creatures rips people to shreds in the wilds while the civilized people cover in their settlements. But the world is changing. Dangerous forces stir in the north, and the disputes between the noble houses have almost reached breaking point. The Kingdom of Islen is about to be engulfed in war, and Drake Eveor's sheltered life is about to be ripped apart.

SeanLynchie SeanLynchie Dec 13, 2012 05:54PM
@sasa99 Haha i love that little crab :P Thanks for reading and voting, I appreciate it.
sasa99 sasa99 Dec 13, 2012 05:52PM
Every time I read 'Sebastian' I couldn't help but think of the crab from the Little Mermaid. I can't believe he died! You are a very talented writer.  You did a great job displaying the characters emotions. Everything flowed so nicely. Great job, I voted! :D
SeanLynchie SeanLynchie Aug 18, 2012 02:31AM
@Annie72 Freak out? No I'll take that as a complement, thanks so much for reading and taking the time to comment. It means a lot. Yeah I'm trying to make it realistically detailed, but hopefully without distracting the reader from the story-line.
Annie72 Annie72 Aug 17, 2012 10:52PM
I hope you don't freak when i say that i am finding a comparison to Game of Thrones here,The books i mean, its just comes across as well planned and extremely detailed, i love the character development so far.
SeanLynchie SeanLynchie Jun 13, 2012 08:26PM
@andromeda79 Thanks so much, I'm delighted you like it. And you saying that you like my writing style means a lot to me. :)
andromeda79 andromeda79 Jun 13, 2012 03:47PM
I really love your beginning! You already have me hooked. :) Your writing style fits the setting of story and really enhances it (if that's even possible; it's a pretty amazing story idea just in itself).