The Gathering,  Bloodmoure Chronicles

The Gathering, Bloodmoure Chronicles

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JR Shepherd By JRShepherd Updated 3 days ago

Aticus, a young man with a mysterious past faces a new and uncertain future. With the help of a peculiar dwarf and a group of companions, their journey together will send them on an adventure that will change their lives.
There are forces in the world, both known and unknown, that seek to control a mysterious and magical artifact that could forever alter the landscape of the world.  
"There is good in all of us, just as there is the potential for evil.  It is the choices that we make, that define who we are, and what we will become.  Is it possible for one person to make a difference?  I think yes."

A Wattad featured novel in fantasy -September 2017
Highest rank is Fantasy: #325
1st place for Action/Adventure - August 2017 (The Elimination awards)
2017  Peoples Choice Award - August 2017 (Aim High Awards)

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Leelee Sobieski? Polish king was called Sobieski xD (Jan III Sobieski)
Wow! That was a good start! I love how you introduced the characters without giving out much details about the story. Looking forward to it. Just trying to keep up with all the names😃
Shouldn't it be "Don" instead of  "Samuel". Ultimately Don didn't care and had no intention of ever inquiring.
Raven_Burns Raven_Burns Oct 08
There was some really nice imagery used here, nothing is cliche. At the very start, I was stricken with a templar feeling. But then it gradually began to become more influential towards the beginning of your book. Your dialogue is fun too, which is important in my opinion. Good work. -R.B
I checked on the internet, Leelee Sobieski is the descendant of this king. 😱😂
I get the feeling that this council is a bit sinister, although I could be wrong