A Father's Love
There are evil men in this world. Men who would like nothing more than to separate us. But we need each other too much. Don't worry, Cole—I will always keep you with me. Cole remembers these words as the kindest his father has ever spoken to him. In the almost thirteen years of Cole's life, his father has constantly scolded, mocked, and ignored him. But no matter how harshly he is treated, Cole knows that deep down his father needs him and will always protect him. When mysterious soldiers attempt to kidnap Cole, he must flee his home and find a way to survive without his father's protection. Alone and frightened, Cole travels through lands he only knows from childhood stories and legends—lands of ancient kingdoms, mysterious rivers, and majestic waterfalls. Soldiers pursue Cole on a twisting journey that leads him to encounters with hermits, waterwolves, flying beasts, and enormous one-eyed trolls. After learning surprising truths about himself, his family, and his father, Cole no longer knows where he's running or what he's running from. But he finally understands why his father needs him so desperately and what he must do to win the one thing he has always longed for: A Father's Love.
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