El Paso, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) February 15, 2011
In a battle between good and evil, when evil seems to win, would good still stand out? Readers are plunged into an absorbing read as author Justin Caron brings forth the world of Merifor to all in his newly released publication.
Nineteen-year-old Harmandus Luc has just completed his physical and spiritual training to be a paladin, under the tutelage of a church cleric, Airick Swordswinger, a drorman—half human, half dwarf. Besides being an adept fighter, Harmandus is capable of being granted healing powers by his patron god, Valurin, because of his great skills and potential. So, they journey back to their city for the coronation, but even before they reach their town, they’ve seen that something’s amiss. There’s smoke billowing from the center of the town, the Church of Valurin has caught fire and Harmandus’s sisters who work there have become victims of this tragedy. Harmandus is in deep mourning for he’s got no family left, except for Airick.
The agony Harmandus felt for his loss has fueled him to even push his desire to go out into the world and reduce the suffering experienced by the good people. Shortly after his sisters’ funeral, Harmandus and Airick leave their home nation of Valia to find out about the trouble stirring in Alithar. A demon hunting Harmandus’s mind seeks to destroy him and the relationships he makes along the way. The followers Harmandus gains will be forced to make a choice to carry on—with or without him. Readers can follow their heart-stopping and dangerous adventures in Merifor.
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About the Author
Justin Caron was born in Maine. He resides elsewhere, with his wife Amber, depending on his military assignment.
MERIFOR * by Justin Caron
Publication Date: February 11, 2011
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 621 pages; 978-1-4500-9070-4
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 621 pages; 978-1-4500-9071-1
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