The Screaming Sword (Song of Narne Book 1)

The Screaming Sword Song of Narne Book The fireplace flames billowed up to form the outline of a man a man made of fire Who uses Sokhal s Star to call me The mage s voice reached every corner of the hall Beneath the broken furniture Kenra

  • Title: The Screaming Sword (Song of Narne Book 1)
  • Author: Bill Fitts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The fireplace flames billowed up to form the outline of a man a man made of fire Who uses Sokhal s Star to call me The mage s voice reached every corner of the hall Beneath the broken furniture, Kenrad lay motionless If he stood up, the man with the screaming sword would know that he still lived But when the Warlock of Miron asks a question, he expects an answer IThe fireplace flames billowed up to form the outline of a man a man made of fire Who uses Sokhal s Star to call me The mage s voice reached every corner of the hall Beneath the broken furniture, Kenrad lay motionless If he stood up, the man with the screaming sword would know that he still lived But when the Warlock of Miron asks a question, he expects an answer It s Kenrad, Uncle Stefan His youthful voice cracked And that man killed Mother.

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    1. The Song of Narne can only be heard by a few. Magic in general seems to be dying off in Narne, and has been since the fall of the Empire. The novel begins with the traumatic meeting of our two main protagonists, Kenrad and Blumgar. From that meeting, we jump ahead in time to the main plot. There are a few threads we follow, that are interconnected (and I suspect will become moreso). Blumgar is essentially Kenrad's protector, wary of magic even though Kenrad has the skill (not that he's yet skill [...]

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