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The Sword of Teneraz by Elizabeth Marie Kauffman


The Sword of Teneraz by Elizabeth Marie Kauffman

When an evil act is committed, leaving the kingdom in the hands of a betrayer...When the rightful heir to the throne has gone missing...All those who are still faithful have gathered together to form a rebel group known as the King's Men, or the Konungr LyaeCr. All of their hopes rest on a prophecy: on a sword and its wielder, and a girl and her dragon. All of their hopes rest on finding the rightful heir to the throne. But when they find him, will he accept the challenge of fighting to save the kingdom and getting back the throne? Or will he himself fall prey to the darkness? The first book in The Chronicles of the Sword of the Kings series.

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Publication date

27th May 2011


Elizabeth Marie Kauffman

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372 pages


Science fiction



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