Monday, February 14, 2011

Erich's Plea by Tracey Alley 99 cents on Amazon Kindle

I was born, raised and still live in sunny south-east Queensland. I come from a large, wonderful family and have one dog, Angel and two cats, Jazz and Caesar.

I enjoy travel, boxing, yoga, horse-riding and would love to learn photography and scuba-diving - my two new challenges for the year.

I've been writing for as long as I can remember but found fantasy through role-playing and Dungeons & Dragons - since then I've never looked back. I love to read and write fantasy - the escapism is wonderful.

I have degrees in Ancient History, where I specialised in Egyptology, and Comparative Religions, where I specialised in ancient pagan religions. I incorporate a lot of that into my work, using old myths and legends and religious practices.

The Kingdoms of Kaynos have been at peace for nearly a thousand years. Now the ambitions of a dark sorceress armed with a new, deadly type of magic called witchcraft threaten to tear the Kingdoms to pieces.

Locked deep in the bowels of Zeaburg's infamous, horror-filled subterranean prison the young druid Slade is haunted by a strange, recurring dream. A dream in which his beloved father, High King Erich of Vestland, pleads for Slade's help.

Convinced of the dreams truth Slade must somehow attempt the impossible and escape the inescapable Zeaburg prison in order to find and save his father.

Gathering an unlikely assortment of allies along the way Slade must not only find a way out of Zeaburg prison but must also find a way to prevent what threatens to be the bloodiest, most brutal war in the history of all the Kingdoms of Kaynos.

Will an unimaginable alliance, an unlikely friendship and a forbidden love be enough to save the Kingdoms of Kaynos?


author Christa Polkinhorn said...
Tracey, I love your book! I just finished reading it. I couldn't "put it down" (can you say that for an ebook?). I got sucked into the story and the fantastic world and the interesting characters you created. I screamed when "The End" appeared. I want to know what happens next. Is Slade going to find his father? What happened to his sister? What is going to happen to the other characters? Who is going to win the war. Fortunately, I saw in the beginning that this is Book One, so there should be more. Are you working on Book Two? Don't leave us hanging!
August 6, 2010 6:16 AM

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