'This book empowers the good in mankind and sets the foundation for other books to come all the way to present day,' says Crick. 'The best has yet to come with this magical boy connected to the Dragons in a way never done before.'
Dawson Creek, British Columbia (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
Fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice series have a new fantasy series to follow with the publication of C R Crick’s novel, “Tears of the Ancients: The Untold Story of Vidar, the True King of Vikings” (published by iUniverse), the first in the planned Tears of the Ancient trilogy.
Set in a world where magic, wizards, witches and dragons have all but disappeared, an orphaned boy named Loot, who doesn’t remember his past, is driven out of his adopted Viking clan and journeys into the Smoking Mountains. There he meets the Clan of the Dragons, who teach him the power of ancient kings.
Loot soon returns to his hostile clan, but neither the clan nor Loot himself has any idea of his true powers. As Loot’s mysterious past comes to light, it becomes apparent that he may be the key to salvation, gifted with the power to save the human race as well as the ancient dragons.
“This book empowers the good in mankind and sets the foundation for other books to come all the way to present day,” says Crick. “The best has yet to come with this magical boy connected to the Dragons in a way never done before.”
Crick encourages readers to be on the lookout for book two of “Tears of the Ancients,” which is due out in the near future.
“Tears of the Ancients”
By C R Crick
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 184 pages | ISBN 9781491728277
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 184 pages | ISBN 9781491728253
E-Book | 184 pages | ISBN 9781491728260
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
C R Crick is a 53-year-old dreamer living in British Columbia. He is of English and Irish descent and lives with his wife. They have two children and too many cats to name.
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