RAYNE, La. (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
A once-idyllic little town has become gripped with fear, for people have been disappearing at night, and rumors have spread of nameless things lurking in the dark. While old weary men and their wives remain too scared to act, a young man will take it up to himself to venture into the night and face the beasts prowling in the shadows. This is a tale of fantasy, bravery, adventure and coming of age, this is author Lord Biron’s Londenberg.
As the night sky falls upon the cottage town of Cifice, rumors begin to be whispered in hushed voices. Many townsfolk wonder about the strange disappearances plaguing the country. They warn others that traveling at night may not be such a wise thing to do in these times. Some lay the reason for the tragic events on a royal decree that has exiled a once-popular and ancient order of clerics. Other say that the hardships are caused by the disbanding of the last remaining fighter’s guild. Nonetheless, hideous green creatures have begun to lurk about the land in darkness, as though seeking out their next hunt.
Amidst these terrifying times, one brave outcast of a youth by the name of Paul has no other choice but to take action as he packs up his rucksack. Looking into his elderly father’s tearful eyes, he grabs his hooded green cloak and then his sturdy wooden longbow. He realizes that he has accepted the risk of losing his life and has decided to venture outside the comforts of his village of Cifice into this dark unknown world.
Londenberg is an exciting tale that will take readers to another time and place, to a distant land where they will join a young adventurer as he fights the great beasts that have been terrifying his town. Filled with thrilling scenes of action and deeds of derring-do, readers will surely be engrossed by Biron’s novel from the first page to the very last.
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About the Author
This is Lord Biron’s first published work. Born in the historic French inspired city of New Orleans, after a few years, his loving mother moved their family to a small historic town of Natchitoches. Thanking his mother for raising him both Catholic and Jewish, he enjoys his faith in God. Feeling inspired later in life, he attended a local college while working hard. It was there when he met his wonderful wife in which they have an energetic son together. Both of them enjoy art, sports, music and theatre as well as a dedicating themselves to charity.
LONDENBERG * by Lord Biron
Publication Date: February 11, 2013
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