spellbinding debut suffused with mystery and menace
MOSGIEL, New Zealand (PRWEB) February 03, 2015
Ron Boorer marks his debut in the literary world with “The Pullian Legacy: Flee to Fraven” (published by Xlibris AU). The first book in an epic fantasy series, this new novel follows a young man who finds himself caught at the center of conspiracy that could change not just his life but the world he lives in.
Emon figures as the protagonist of “The Pullian Legacy: Flee to Fraven.” His life takes an unexpectedly dangerous turn one day when he becomes the target of a manhunt by those in power. Desperate to survive and keep his freedom, Emon finds himself drawn into the search for the mysterious settlement of Fraven.
It is on his way to Fraven that the young man encounters people who will each leave an indelible mark on his life; one of them is Serima, a young woman with an extraordinary and potentially deadly gift. In the midst of conspiracies, startling revelations and life-changing adventures, Emon must do everything he can to discover why he is being hunted and, above all, survive.
“The Pullian Legacy” is a spellbinding debut suffused with mystery and menace. It will send readers on an unforgettable journey to magnificent realms, as only the finest fiction can do.
“The Pullian Legacy”
By Ron Boorer
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 506 pages | ISBN 9781499036152
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 506 pages | ISBN 9781499036176
E-Book | 506 pages | ISBN 9781499036244
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ron Boorer currently resides with his wife in a small town in the province of Otago in the South Island of New Zealand.
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