The Marches of Edonis

Having just begun to relax from their first adventures together, Wulfgar and his friends Lauren, Snorri, and Rydra were enjoying themselves in the tavern They were reliving their harrowing fight with the Lich, which they barely survived, when a messenger arrived with a new quest A messenger from the King Now they needed to find out why they were being singled out foHaving just begun to relax from their first adventures together, Wulfgar and his friends Lauren, Snorri, and Rydra were enjoying themselves in the tavern They were reliving their harrowing fight with the Lich, which they barely survived, when a messenger arrived with a new quest A messenger from the King Now they needed to find out why they were being singled out for special attention And there was only one way to accomplish that to embark on the quest from King Clive Author s Note Included at the end of this volume are two extra works The first is a science fiction short story that was included in an anthology this year Following that is an excerpt from a forthcoming novel I m working on It is also science fiction, and neither are LitRPG I hope you enjoy them I point out their inclusion mainly so that I can let you know that this novel, The Marches of Edonis, ends at approximately 90% on my kindle Without those extras, this novel is approximately 400 words a couple of pages shorter than The Kings of Edonis.
The Marches of Edonis Having just begun to relax from their first adventures together Wulfgar and his friends Lauren Snorri and Rydra were enjoying themselves in the tavern They were reliving their harrowing fight with

  • Title: The Marches of Edonis
  • Author: G.R. Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Marches of Edonis”

    1. Liked itI liked the book. I still think it should have existed as a separate series instead of part of what started as a sci fi series.

    2. Back to the basicsCooper really pushed the story along hard in this one, and I am very interested to see where he takes us from here! We see many new characters this time around as well as a return to a game mechanic not seen in a few books now. Overall, really enjoyed it. Can't wait for the next installment!

    3. It's more of a filler between book 4 and what is to come (I hope) in book 6. Really short read, and not much happens.

    4. Setting up for something big!I really enjoy the ride that Mr. Cooper has been taking us on. The reading is not heavy and you start to feel for the characters pretty quickly. My only negative is that I think it is going to be another 6 to 8 months I told the next book.

    5. Good seriesI have enjoyed this series as it has covered many different parts of a game that is not a game. Very enjoyable and doesn't bog down.

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