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   Erich's Plea, by Tracey Alley  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2010
 
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      Locked deep in the bowels of Zeaburg's infamous, horror-filled subterranean prison the young druid Slade is haunted by strange, recurring dream. A dream in which his beloved father, High King Erich of Vestland, pleads for Slade's help.

    Convinced of the dreams truth Slade must somehow attempt the impossible and escape the inescapable Zeaburg prison in order to find and save his father.

    Gathering a strange assortment of allies along the way Slade must not only find a way out of Zeaburg prison but must also find a way to prevent what threatens to be the bloodiest, most brutal war in the history of all the Kingdoms of Kaynos.

    An epic fantasy adventure where the action, intrigue and suspense never stops. If you like Dungeons & Dragons, David Eddings, Katherine Kerr, Raymond E. Feist or C.S Lewis you'll love this work by a brilliant new talent who incorporates mythology and real world history into an exciting tale of love, war and sacrifice.

     
     
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