Author: Samuel Schiller
ISBN 1-58939-832-7 (Softcover)
For 14-year-old Evan MacKeth, the arrival of Julian Antony Vorenius at the fief in O'Byrne seems to promise a welcome respite from the boredom of another summer spent with his mother. Instead, Evan finds himself a hunted fugitive, driven into the desolation of the Iarlaithe Mountains by his half-brother Osric and the Priesthood of Moloch.
Exiled in a hidden valley, Evan grows to young adulthood under the protection and tutelage of Julian, who teaches the bitter, angry boy the way of the warrior and the mysterious truths about the One True God, Iosa Christus, and the Warriors He calls into battle.
But then the goblins come, and the pair finds themselves back in Glenmara where Evan's desire for vengeance separates him from his mentor. Alone, he sets himself on the path to kill his half-brother, now High King Osric, and to reunite with his childhood sweetheart, Ivrian Ceallaigh.
Yet powerful forces are pulling him in the opposite direction, and soon Evan realizes that his path must lead to a blue-eyed girl named Aine and a terrifying battle against a creature from the very heart of darkness.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Samuel Schiller was born and raised in southern Louisiana. A life-long writer, he began working on Warrior of the Son, the first in a series of Christian Fantasy novels, in 1983 while stationed in the Philippines with the 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines. It was here that he first came to know the Lord and where his writing turned toward works highlighting the Love, Mercy and Grace of Jesus Christ. Upon being Honorably Discharged from the Corps in 1983, he became a Dallas Police Officer and served for twenty years before retiring in 2001. He is married and is currently a Private Investigator in Texas.
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