I hope this author is working on his next book because this one was a super ride of adrenaline. Wonderfully crafted and many unexpected events. I don’t want to give away anything so get this book and give it a go. … -Amazon Review
The War of Brothers Part 1:
Blood and Steel
Kahlungar, King of Thalgrea, is dead, butchered in his own home by The Dark King, Rufitius. His kingdom has fallen, his throne stolen, and his supporters put to the sword. But all is not lost.
For the past fifteen years, Abjorn, the true heir to the throne, has been content with living out his days as a humble farmer. But after a failed heist brands him an outlaw for life, he finds himself in a battle to survive in the harshest of conditions as a new war looms.
The Dark King is dying, and everyone with a claim to the throne is preparing for a bloody struggle over power, including another of Kahlungar’s heirs. Wilhelm, raised as The Dark King’s own son, must decide to whom he owes his loyalty or if he wants to take the throne for himself.
But as the cities of man prepare for war, an ancient evil awakens from a centuries-long slumber…
About the Author
Andrew N. B. Willard grew up with a love for reading and storytelling. Even as a child, he knew that he would one day write his own works of fiction. Fantasy quickly became his favorite genre and he set to work on creating his own universe. For years, however, his stories would remain in his head or at the bottom of his trash bin. But his admiration for George R.R. Martin and J. R.R Tolkien’s works finally inspired him to complete and publish his first novel. The War of Brothers Part 1: Blood and Steel. Now that he has released his first book, he has dedicated himself to finishing his second.
He plans on releasing The War of Brothers Part 2: For King and Country sometime later this year. (2021)
He also enjoys writing in the third person when writing About the Author entries. (So he can pretend that someone else wrote it)
It makes him feel far more important than he really is.
You can follow him on Twitter, but he rarely posts anything. https://twitter.com/AndrewNBWillar1
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