Category: Fiction: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Copyright/published Year: 2018 by Inis Fal
Binding: Trade pap
In a riveting new sequel to her first book When the Lion ì Roars, Inis L. Fal once again wields her powerful, ì spell-binding skills as an author to create a tale that will ì capture the hearts and imaginations of readers of all ages.
On the Isle of Skye off Scotland's ragged coastline, set ì against an old-world backdrop, four archaeologists working on a ì mysterious Norse burial-longboat suddenly find themselves swept ì up in an epic and dangerous adventure spanning half the globe, ì and centuries of lost antiquity. From the Silk Road and ancient ì ruins of Kyrgyzstan, across Russia's endless steppes, to ì treasures hidden deep within the uncharted and enigmatic Black ì Sea region, Regal MacLaren, Shepherd Hardy, Ragnar Magnusson and ì Mona VanArk must join forces with some unforeseen allies to save ì an ancient artifact, the symbol of a fabulous race nearly lost to ì the pages of history. But can they save themselves and an entire ì archaeological camp from extinction by a dark force, bent on ì altering the laws of time for its own power-hungry ends? Only the ì most daring of souls will embark upon this journey to discover ì what mysteries lie waiting within the kingdom of Moesia.
About the author:
From her earliest years, Inis L. Fal inherited a love of history ì and storytelling. When she was seventeen she began writing her ì first book, When the Lion Roars, completing it three years ì later. In addition to writing and historical research, she ì studies foreign languages and archaeology, plays the ancient ì Armenian duduk, weaves pine needle baskets and tends her rural ì mountain farm.
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