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Trial of the Wizard King|Chad Corrie
Trial of the Wizard King : The Wizard King Trilogy Book Two
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Overview

Cadrith Elanis has returned to Tralodren, picking up where he left off centuries before. And while Cadrissa isn't sure how she fits into his plans, her abduction has left her with little hope of escape.

Meanwhile, the other mercenaries have scattered. They did their job, received their pay, and now just want to live their lives. But events start pulling them back to each other for something grander than their own imaginations and fears can envision. But that's just the start of still more revelations and trials to come.

Dark ambitions, ancient schemes, and hidden fates fill this second volume of the Wizard King Trilogy, returning readers to a world rich in history, faith, and tales of adventure--of which this story is but one of many.

"...a riveting action/adventure fantasy novel and is highly recommended for all 'sword and sorcery' fantasy buffs for its remarkable detailing of a highly intricate world filled with adventure." -Midwest Book Review, previous version Return of the Wizard King

"This book does a lot of great things in mixing up the fantasy genre... Corrie excels by re-imagining traditional fantasy stereotypes and making them believable." -Mania, previous version Return of the Wizard King

"Complex mysteries and veiled power struggles lie at the core of this exciting fantasy adventure, in which wanderers amid a hostile magical world must battle external threats and internal weaknesses. An adventurous read, highly recommended." -Midwest Book Review, previous version Trial of the Wizard King

"Corrie has created a world of warring gods and goddesses; peopled it with humans, dwarves, elves, and other races; and infused it with life and color. This saga of faith triumphant belongs in larger fantasy collections."-Library Journal, previous version Triumph of the Wizard King

"Here be roaring monsters to be fought, characters who come vividly to life, and fell magic... A wild ride. Highly recommended." -Ed Greenwood, NYT Bestselling Author, Creator of The Forgotten Realms

Author Bio: Chad Corrie has long enjoyed creating things but it wasn't until he was twelve he began writing. Since then he's written comics, graphic novels, prose fiction of varying lengths, and an assortment of other odds and ends. This sundry collection of works echoes part of his background in which he's been an editor and writer for an online magazine, owned his own publishing company; worked as a pawn broker, bookseller, pizza cook, toy company rep, and magazine/book merchandiser, among other vocational exploits. A Minnesota native, he continues to make his home in "The Land of Sky Blue Waters."

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781506716282
  • ISBN-10: 1506716288
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books
  • Publish Date: March 2021
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.95 pounds
  • Page Count: 352

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