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One sword; Four Horsemen

The ending of all things or the beginning? Satan has been freed after 2000 years of imprisonment in Dudael but whose side will the great destroyer take when the winds of Armageddon blow and the horsemen thunder across the valley of Sealius? One lost angel, an elfin boy and a few wizards stand as humanities last hope when the gates of hell fall and the apocalypse is released.


Book Excerpt

The whirlwind of Cathan was a living creature older than the furthest reaches of globes. She did the bidding of the young wizard while quietly feasting on their memories. The vortex knew they sought Death. She courted the hand also and longed for its cold embrace. Her touch would not harm the two men and their recollections would become the vortex's dreams for a while until her great loneliness returned to haunt her.


About the Author

Bill Haynes

bill Haynes is a poet and wayfarer of words crafting the blank page to enrapture the mind much like an artist wields a brush. The world is a blank canvas on which to draw his imaginative fantasies heralded by many and matched only by an imagination that rises to the task. The Shaman and the Rose is the first in a series of recent pursuits, with work progressing quickly on the follow-up.



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