Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Heroes of the Fallen: Summary

This is a summary of my first book 'Heroes of the Fallen' that I wrote up for my publisher. I took a cue for it from somethings I learned from David Farland and I am curious if it grabs you (anyone) and makes you interested in reading more.

“Heroes of the Fallen” is a chronicle, showing the beginning of the end of an era. That era is now lost to us, except through oral legend, myth, and a golden book of lore.
Stand alongside daring heroes with swords bared against sinister villains, never knowing which will fall.
Witness the plans of mighty kings and lowly thieves. See the dreams of a prophet’s daughter.
“Heroes of the Fallen” is full of tragedy and triumph. It echoes universal themes of mankind: fear and courage, faith versus doubt, hunger for power and love, and sacrifice for the greater good.
Intensely researched, “Heroes of the Fallen”, is a literary work of art, presenting revolutionary viewpoints in a cross-genres ancient American landscape.


Melanie Goldmund said...

It sounds vast and epic -- maybe almost too vast and epic for my ADD brain. I personally would be looking for mentions of characters, or more specifically, a mention of a hero or two; somebody that I can accompany on their journey, that I can identify with, and experience their disappointments, set-backs, and triumphs. But maybe I'm not your target audience.

Th. said...


(not reading this)