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The Goblin Wars Part One: Siege of Talonrend

Stuart Thaman

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The Goblin Wars: Siege of TalonrendLady Scrapple lurks in the depths of Kanebullar Mountain, building her army of mindless slaves and waiting for the perfect moment to strike. As the final pieces are about to fall into place and secure her victory, an anomaly is born. One of her goblins, an incredibly powerful shaman, stands free of Lady Scrapple's iron-clad hive mind. A few miles west of Kanebullar Mountain, the frontier city of Talonrend perches dangerously on the edge of anarchy. King Lucius Firesbane has disappeared without an heir and left the city leaderless. In the face of chaos, a disgruntled paladin sets out to find his king.Stuart ThamanStuart Thaman, a graduate of Hillsdale College and a lifelong resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, writes religious fiction and epic fantasy whenever he isn’t busy teaching high school German. Stuart Thaman most recently released The Goblin Wars Part One: Siege of Talonrend, the beginning of a series of fantasy novels that approach the classic conflict of man versus beast from a new perspective. Siege of Talonrend follows Gravlox, a goblin foreman, as he ventures from his mountain lair in search of adventure.Vatican Massacre, Stuart Thaman’s debut release, was an instant success that became a #1 bestseller in religious fiction on Amazon.com. Stuart began writing shortly after graduating college and hasn’t stopped since.

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