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The Foreigner's Tale
by John Scott Brinkerhoff




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Harald Stonearm, usurper of the throne in the Province of Swallows,
loves nothing more than a good story. So, in the seventh year of his
reign, he sets aside the summer for a storytelling contest.

Competitors come from all over the kingdom to take a seat in
Gravenwall Castle's amphitheater. Harald's patience is short, however,
and he dismisses one storyteller after another.

All that changes with the arrival of a mysterious foreigner, a young
traveler dressed as a holy man who carries the weapons of a soldier. A
man with many names, now called Dogman, because of the huge Bear
Dog at his side.

As the foreigner's tale unfolds, the crowd of listeners steadily grows,
carried along by a story of recklessness, great voyages, strange
encounters and magic, unaware that it all leads to two startling
conclusions.

There is much more to the tale than the foreigner is telling.

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Overview

Harald Stonearm, usurper of the throne in the Province of Swallows,
loves nothing more than a good story. So, in the seventh year of his
reign, he sets aside the summer for a storytelling contest.

Competitors come from all over the kingdom to take a seat in
Gravenwall Castle's amphitheater. Harald's patience is short, however,
and he dismisses one storyteller after another.

All that changes with the arrival of a mysterious foreigner, a young
traveler dressed as a holy man who carries the weapons of a soldier. A
man with many names, now called Dogman, because of the huge Bear
Dog at his side.

As the foreigner's tale unfolds, the crowd of listeners steadily grows,
carried along by a story of recklessness, great voyages, strange
encounters and magic, unaware that it all leads to two startling
conclusions.

There is much more to the tale than the foreigner is telling.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781633372351
  • ISBN-10: 1633372359
  • Publisher: Proving Press
  • Publish Date: November 2018
  • Page Count: 348
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.78 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.12 pounds


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