The cycle of galand synopsis
Uneasy Lies the Head by S.P. HendrickIn the near future, Britain has given up its constitutional monarchy to become a republic. But though the crown is a museum piece and the family no longer bears its ancient titles, Stephen Windsor feels the stirrings of the lives of ancient Sacred Kings in his bones, which is not surprising as at key points in Britains history he has been reincarnated to perform the supreme kingly act. And though the throne is empty and forgotten, the Land remembers, and calls once more for a crown upon a royal head... and royal blood upon the ground!
History, mystery, steam, steel and blood - this one really does have it all! Mark Ryan (Transformers, Robin of Sherwood, King Arthur)
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Post a Comment. Robertson and Narrated by Tim Gerard Reynolds. When he gets to the island, nothing is as described. What he thought would be a quick trip to heal his estranged Father turns into a big adventure with magic, sword fights, and danger everywhere. There were dark parts of course, but for most of the story, it stayed light. That being said, it reminded me of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
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When Dante Galand was just a boy, his father, Larsin, sailed away to make his fortune. And never returned. Since then, Dante has become a great sorcerer. A ruler. A destroyer of kings.
They are just people who understand the magic better and can call it faster. They bleed and hurt like everyone else. Our heroes are not super heroes either. They make bad decisions. It will be good to remember that both Dante and Blays were only 16 when the book started.