As the young hero’s past slowly comes to light, he finds his future incredibly and irrevocably changed.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Fla. (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
R. E. Page marks his debut in the world of fantasy fiction with “The Conquerors of Daroken.” Deftly plotted and relentlessly paced, this new novel will send readers on adventures through warring kingdoms, dangerous terrains and mysterious realms.
The story unfolds in the titular Daroken, a vast land divided into small kingdoms. At the center of it all is Magnus whose father disappeared under mysterious circumstances when he was a young boy. When Magnus comes of age, he receives a bag containing items that could be the last link to his past – his father’s armor and a note.
Desperate to find out what really happened to his father, the young man embarks on a quest for truth. The journey ahead of him is far from easy and Magnus finds himself pitted against unimaginable perils including dragons and treacherous lands. As the young hero’s past slowly comes to light, he finds his future incredibly and irrevocably changed.
At the heart of this fantastical work of fiction is a very real message of hope. Page wants his readers to find inspiration in Magnus’ story.
“I want to encourage others to keep pushing on and succeed in whatever they want to become,” he says. “(I hope they will be inspired) to never give up on their hopes and dreams.”
Suffused with magic and menace, “The Conquerors of Daroken” is all at once an extraordinary coming-of-age story, an adventure of epic dimensions and, above all, a testament to the power of stories. This brilliantly orchestrated novel from a gifted new voice will rivet readers from beginning until the very end.
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About the Author
R. E. Page was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a single father to three boys.
The Conquerors of Daroken * by R. E. Page
Publication Date: May 2, 2014
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