Rockhampton, Australia (PRWEB) March 13, 2014
ND Taylor marks his debut in the dazzling world of high fantasy fiction with the novel, “Origins: Seed of Deceit: The Origins of Shadow and Flame.” In this first book in an epic series, Taylor recreates the classic battle between good and evil and envisions a world steeped in mythology. It is in this world that a life-changing adventure takes place.
“Origins: Seed of Deceit” follows the central character, Godric, who has been tasked with the heroic quest of overcoming evil. The journey ahead of Godric is fraught with unknown dangers, it will test his courage and strength and ultimately it will change his life. The unfolding story becomes more exhilarating with a cast of richly drawn characters including Areon, a young girl who aids Godric in his quest; Thinel, Godric’s friend and Luwonya, the self-proclaimed ruler of the realm.
Heralding the arrival of a talented new voice in the fantasy genre, “Origins: Seed of Deceit” is a brilliantly orchestrated tale, suffused with magic and menace, reminiscent of the celebrated works of J.R.R. Tolkien. This enchanting tour de force will send readers on a journey through magnificent realms as only the most exquisite kind of fiction can.
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About the Author
ND Taylor is a freelance writer who started writing his first novel, “Origins: Seed of Deceit: The Origins of Shadow and Flame” at the age of 21 after being inspired by the imagination of his favorite novel, “The Silmarilian” by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Origins: Seed of Deceit * by ND Taylor
The Origins of Shadow and Flame
Publication Date: January 24, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 240 pages; 9781493132317
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 240 pages; 9781493132324
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