THE KING OF EISELORN

THE KING OF EISELORN
LAN IANUR EISELORNIN

Book One: Elwendur
DANUR DUR ELWENDURIN
The Migration of the Peoples

Author: Max Kahl

The King of Eiselorn is a two volumes Saga of High Epic Fantasy. It is divided in:

 

-Book One-Elwendur, the Migration of the Peoples.

-Book Two-Iddinthad, the Return to the East.

 

This work is destined to young and adult readers, lovers of J.R.R. Tolkien or George R.R. Martin, who like complex mixed stories, large variety of

characters with variable personality, supported by additional elements such as epic poems, songs, invented languages and symbology, calendars of

the diverse facts, genealogies of the peoples, geographical maps, cosmogonies and a huge amount of battles and action. In addition, these two

books contain some science fiction components (overlapped realities, notions of space, time, matter and energy, etc.) and psychological contents too

(fears, dreams, wishes, promises, premonitions, visions beyond reality, time and life, etc.). This work has a great basis of classical sagas, but it also

encloses different concepts of psychology, physics, astronomy, metaphysic, and of course, a great quantity of honor, values and ideals so forgotten in

all those times (and in these days too). And in my vision, the most original lines can be discovered in the end of the Second Book, where everything

was not as it seemed, specially some characters and their treasons beyond comprehension that will shock the reader and make him want to read

the final of the finals, in order to see how everything ends.

Synopsis

"After the invasion of the Kingdom of the Mountain, an era of darkness hovered for years over the Continent of Imnavel. Only a few, decimated after

decades of war, resisted the attacks.

But the Hordes of the East finally conquered the Elevated Mountain of Iver Osterith, last bastion of defence of the inhabitants of Imnavel. This last act

forced the survivors to regroup in order to repel the invasions or perish forever.

New armies rose. New weapons were wielded. New steels were forged. Forests and lakes died. Even the Ancient heard once again the rumour of war -

that old rumour which hadn’t been heard since the First Eras.

From then on, the Hermehrs waited for their revenge, one which would return to them their past and history, their ancient lands and their old songs of

honourable kings and noble lords. Only one warrior could do that. And his name is reflected in old prophecies.

The Golden Eras and the Wise Eras had come to an end to give way to the Era of the Elwendur - the Migration of the Peoples."

 

Title: The King of Eiselorn: Elwendur (Book One)

Author: Max Kahl

Genre: Epic Fantasy

Length: 478 pages

Release Date: June 10, 2017

ISBN-13: 978-1544887098

Book Publisher: Ravenswood Publishing

Imprint: Chimera

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