The Right to Rule | BOOK 1 TSLC

The Right to Rule | BOOK 1 TSLC

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Faina L.K. Zhukova By zuko_42 Completed

One land. Two nations. A five-hundred-year war. And four people with the power to change everything.
              
              When Captain Tormac destroys a city in enemy territory, he begins a chain of events that lead him to his undoing--because even a double-agent can get double-crossed. 
              
              After uncovering two vital clues in a long-forgotten library, the Emperor of Seoyeon gains the power to end the war, and emerge as the victor. But he begins to learn that he can't get everything he wants.
              
              Dana, after years of poverty, is now serving the very people who destroyed her life: the royal family of the Omarion Kingdom. But revenge is the last thing on her mind. A killer is on the loose, and she must find an ally in the Crown Prince.
              
              As a twelve-year-old, Prince Philip can do little. Growing up amidst murder and intrigue, he is forced to mature prematurely as he steps into the role of his father, and handles the responsibilities of being the ruler of a war-torn country.
              
              No risk is too great, no death too dear, in the bid for victory and the ultimate right to rule.
                                      
[ Book 1 of The Sundered Land Chronicles ]
[ complete | edited second draft ]
[ cover by me ]
[ trailer (inside) by @onederstruck- ]
[ map (inside) by @elphadora ]
[ GIF banners (inside) by @stardust24601 ]
                                                          
         ~ Wattpad Featured (28/03/2017 - 24/07/2017)                      
         ~ Highest ranking: #57 in Fantasy
         ~ Third place winner of The Crystal Awards (Adventure)
         ~ @TheFaeFolk Book of the Month (March 2017)

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL AND THE COVER FOR THIS BOOK IS BEAUTIFUL OMGG
Arrow900 Arrow900 Jul 20
I am just now starting to read this book. SHAME ON ME!! 😭 FORGIVE ME FIRE LORD!!! 😭😭😭
allouka02 allouka02 Jul 08
This is actually so helpful because I always wondered why some books had double marks and others had single. Thankyou!
I337896 I337896 Jun 25
This shape immediately gave me the association of a heart.
                              As in, the organ. It looks like that to me.
                              Here is a picture so you can compare.
                              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart#/media/File:Heart_anterior_exterior_view.jpg
I want to comment what everyone had before me but I'd be a disappointment to humanity...
                              
                              lol jk I'm the realest
- - Jul 05
I'm all buckled up to be aboard in this journey and I'm sure it would prove worthy.