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Lord Of The Waters (Four Lords Book 1) by Ander Lynn
Jahan A’kel. Son of the Waters.
“That was a very good story. You must put it with our other stories and keep them always. Do not forget them. Do not forget our people.”
“Never, Mama. I will never forget.”
At first, it was him and Mama.
All he wanted was to take Mama home, back to their people, but somehow it has all gone wrong.
Now there is only the water, and where it is taking him he does not know.
Alone and adrift, Jahan must find his way in a new world, a world that is utterly strange to him—the world of men.
This is Jahan’s story, the story of a boy becoming a man…and a legend.
Jahan A'kel is the last Son of the Waters. All that is left of his people are stories. All that is left of his mother is a stain of blood in his boat. The world he has known has been destroyed and all that remains is the sea whose waves take him into a new world, a world of men and power and politics. Jahan must find his way through the fog of friends and foes, not always sure which is which, while he steers a course that he hopes will someday take him home.
One Customer Review by Lorri Benyaker on May 30, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Gimmick free story telling that makes for a fun and easy read.
Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
I love a story that's done well and brings to life the characters, their surroundings and culture so vividly that you accept it as fact. The premise of this one is solid and the story one that i am waiting for the next installment.
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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I love stories. Whether they come from the pages of a book or the barstool beside me, a good story satisfies the soul the way a good meal satisfies the body. I've heard lots of stories over the years--some hilarious and others horrifying, some poignant and a few that were sort of pointless, but each of them became a part of me and I of them.
So now I am offering you a story of my own. I hope you enjoy reading it and it becomes a little part of you. And, after you finish it, I sincerely hope you feel it was worth reading. Thank you again for the opportunity to tell you the story of The Lord of the Waters.