Drachar's Demons

Drachar's Demons

by David Burrows, Andrew Burrows


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Drachar, banished by his own people, forges an unholy alliance with the demons by offering them ten thousand souls, but the demons demand one hundred thousand and without quibbling Drachar accepts. War threatens. A war like no other.

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ISBN-13: 9781291139600
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 11/10/2012
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

David Burrows is an avid reader of fantasy and counts Tolkien, Irvine and Rowling amongst his favourites. David is also keen on Saxon/Viking re-enactment where he learned the brutal reality of fighting in a shield wall. Writing is his main hobby and he has written a fantasy trilogy The Prophecy of the Kings, which comprises Legacy of the Eldric, Dragon Rider and Shadow of the Demon - sample chapters and reviews can be found on his website at http://davidburrows.org.uk. He is currently working on the prequel to the trilogy, Drachar's Demons and a children's bed time story book, Grump the Giant.

David's interest in fantasy started with The Lord of the Rings. Motivated by the epic tale he put pen to paper, determined to create a story with bold characters and an intriguing plot. The book's initial scene was a betrayal set deep in the heart of a mountain. Encouraged by friends, he started writing The Prophecy of the Kings in the months during his wife's pregnancy with the first of two sons. As with most aspiring authors, writing was part time, with the plot progressing in the evenings and holidays. At times the tale seemed to naturally take the characters into extreme peril, and for months David was left wondering as to their fate. Refusing to rewrite the tale to rescue them he patiently waited before inspiration struck and the story continued at a fast pace to the next cliff-hanger. Suffice to say his sons have now grown and, as the quill dries, are of an age to read and appreciate this work. As to the characters in the tale, they too have grown older and wiser; as to whether they survived the tale, only reading the novel will tell.

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