Time of the Stonechosen by Thomas Quinn Miller

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The time of the Stonechosen has come.

Time of the stonechosen

The time of the Stonechosen has come. 

Ghile, the young sheepherder, has been marked as Stonechosen and thrust into the Soulstone Prophecy. The two soulstones he has acquired have given him godlike powers which he struggles to control. 

To protect those he loves, Ghile flees his home with his new companions: Gaidel, the young druid, her shieldwarden, Two Elks the barbarian, and Riff the sorcerer. They search for answers in Dagbar’s Freehold, but Ghile feels the growing pull of the other soulstones and the mysterious girl who visits him in the Dreaming. 

Second novel in The Soulstone Prophecy series, Time of the Stonechosen continues the gripping journey of fantasy, magic, discovery and peril.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Epic

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Language: English

Keywords: none

Word Count: 115673

Sales info:

Strong sales record, high review average. Second book in the series.

Sample text:

The golden rays of the morning sun glinted across the water as the griffon broke through the low-lying puffs of clouds, its white tipped wings trailing faint lines of vapor. The warm southern winds played through Safu’s leonine fur. A deep-throated screech burst from the griffon’s beak and she craned her feathered neck to look back at her rider.

The armored dwarf leaned forward in his saddle to pat the griffon’s muscled side. “We are home.” Even though the words were lost in the wind, Safu seemed comforted.

Finngyr took in a deep breath and let it out slowly. The taste of the salty air only deepened the feeling of home. Far in the distance, across the blue waters of the Innersea, the capital city of Daomount gleamed.

The white washed walls of the uniform buildings reflected the sun and made the mountain city glimmer. The many docks stretched out like fingers into the surrounding waters. The trade barges and fishing vessels spread about like pebbles being scattered before them.

Finngyr banked Safu into a low arching dive affording him a better view of his home. The Histories taught that the city of Daomount was built atop the mountain which the god Daomur cast down upon the god Haurtu, trapping him beneath. The surrounding waters rushed in to fill his tomb, forming the Innersea.

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