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Book Title: The Call of the Crown|
The author of the book: T.J. Garrett
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Date of issue: August 5th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781301939190
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An old evil has awakened. A chance encounter by a group of unlikely friends could be the only chance of salvation.
Classic fantasy adventure in the style of Robert Jordan and J.R.R. Tolkien.. A group of unlikely friends get much more than they bargain for while on what they believed would be an uneventful journey.
"Son, if you are capable of great deeds, then for greatness you must strive; for where would we be if such men sat idle?" - Olam O'lamb.
War made Moyathair. For centuries it is all its people had known. Wars of greed and power, never of justice or freedom. The North fought for the mines, the Islands fought for trade, and the South for gold. Only the Dragons fought for honour - and then not all of them.
But for all the threat of war, a generation of peace had come to Moyathair. As fragile as it was, the farmers returned to their fields, the cities healed their wounds, and the common folk looked to a brighter future. But nobody was 'really' watching.
An old evil had returned, moving silently while the cities slept. The Kel'madden were stronger than ever, strong and vengeful, eager to right on old defeat at the hands of the Surabhan..
Only a chance encounter by a group of unlikely friends could warn Moyathair of things to come - if they can stay alive long enough to tell anybody.
A wise man, his 'giant' companion, two old soldiers and three mismatched teenagers, are Moyathair's only hope for peace. Can they unravel the mystery of the Kel! And if so, reach help in time to make a difference?
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Read information about the authorTony Garrett had always been interested in writing but never took the plunge. However, over the last few years, he has become quite the prolific writer. What makes Tony's story remarkable is this fact: Tony is legally blind, and--even with the assistance of digital displays--reading is a chore.
It had been 25 years since Tony had read anything as his range of sight leaves him visually incapable of reading physical books. In his words, when it comes to books, "there is no print large enough."
However, with the advances in modern display technology, and the malleability of digitally published works on Kindle and other apps, readers are given far more control over the appearance of stories. In Tony's case, switching the font to display as white on black, and increasing the character size until only a few words appear on each line allows him to read on a large screen or tablet.
"It takes a long time to read, but I don't mind," Tony explains. "It's changed my life. I love reading, now. And to think I never used to read much--back when I could see."
It wasn't long before reading the stories of others inspired Tony to want to write his own as he became amazed at how immersive writing could be.
"It's a much deeper subject than I expected," stating that it was primarily his experience reading The Lord of the Rings that inspired him to take up writing. "I read Lord of the Rings and was immediately captivated by how much better it was than the films, and I LOVE the movies."
KDP's community focus has helped Tony to take his writing more seriously. "Before I discovered self-publishing, I would have described myself as a hobby-writer. KDP and others have given me the ability to take it further."
Educated at the London College of Music, Tony is also a dedicated musician and composer, and when not writing, he likes nothing more than performing with his band.
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