The Sword of Wisimir

The Sword of Wisimir

28.9K Reads 1.9K Votes 41 Part Story
Allen Stroud By AllenStroud Completed

Opportunistic thief, Jack Von Drey thinks his luck is in when he steals the Governor's taxes from the back of a treasury wagon. But it turns out, this is a game with higher stakes than he bargained for. 

City Minister, Urin Braymes makes one bad decision. Unfortunately for him, it opens him up to being blackmailed for the rest of his life. 

Magister Leel's scheme to recapture his position of power seems to be right on track. But, when he makes a bargain, he finds he has unleashed magic that even a wizard cannot control. 

And Jarno Herren? Well he just wants to find out the truth. 

The Sword of Wisimir is a fantasy tale of crime, intrigue, life and death. Where ideals are cheap and, in the end, everyone finds out what they'd sacrifice to survive...

Available to purchase here: 
 
http://amzn.to/Xp4bRW - Ebook (UK).
http://amzn.to/R1Jopi - Ebook (US). 
http://amzn.to/1TfVeuK - Paperback (UK).

This book looks enthralling already, and this is only the first part!
marjalilli marjalilli Apr 08
"Stood on the faces of their victims". I like that line 👍👏
ChannelChai ChannelChai Aug 10
I love stories that start with action, your imagery is stunning and it's amazing how your words flow so well. You capture the atmosphere and the character's voices perfectly! A really well-written chapter, off to see what happens next now :D
linahanson linahanson Aug 18
Is this already on the Adventure Community's reading list? If not, it should be. Loved the action, the touch of humour and the lifeliness of it all. This is highly professional, and WP should be proud to have you
Tirellan Tirellan Mar 31
Smoothly written but I would have thought Jack would have had more to say over Orri suddenly deciding to come with him, they do not initially seem to be that close.
- - Apr 19
Very exciting introduction to not only the character, but also the world. It has a refreshing feel, as you don't find many stories of this quality on Wattpad. Also, there were no real grammar mistakes that I could find, which helps add to the pleasure of the reader. Well done.