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   Sword of Souls, by Douglas S. Taylor  
  Novel, first publication in September 2006
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      Sword of Souls is the first book of the mystifying Chronicles of Caledon. The book also introduces the people and kingdoms of this distant world as well as setting the stage in a powerfully rich and dynamic saga. Sword of Souls, named after the very powerful translation of “Talquardez-Solstas” from the language of its mysterious maker that men will literally be driven to madness by the supreme and supernatural power. Sword of Souls launches just after the fall of the Ramadan tribes by the merciless red bearded Tarvas who invade sparing only the women and the young children in their brutal endeavors of destruction.

    Sword of Souls also introduces the main character of the book, a young orphan by the name of Lithius. Lithius manages the miraculously escape from the bondage of the Tarvas warriors and his life’s journey begins spiraling down through the Catanbar Mountains along the Thunder River and through the Ramadan Steppes embracing his destiny in a dark and foreboding isle of the “dragons”.

    Lithius through his acquired strength and magic begins his ascension only to embrace the formidable armies and darker secrets of the evil Lord of Draccus, Morderra-Atrauis.

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