Vlara's Song

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a-argus books, 2011 - Fiction - 178 pages
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Vlara, consumed by the loss of her love, traveled eastward alone in search of a new home, though Fate had other plans for the druid priestess. Struggling against brigands, time, and memory, Vlara soon finds the unexpected; a cause and a family.
 

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Contents

Vlaras Song
1
Chapter 1
6
Chapter 2
10
Chapter 3
15
Chapter 4
20
Chapter 5
23
What are you doing to him
24
Chapter 6
27
Soldier Lost
77
Afterthoughts
87
Brother Thud
89
Afterthoughts
102
Sieges End
105
No Hell come as soon as
108
But father I
111
Becca sir Daughter of Colonel
113

Youre probably right
28
How did you I mean
29
I can
30
Chapter 7
33
Soon our enemy is broken their retreat full
37
Chapter 8
40
Chapter 9
47
YORK
48
Chapter 10
54
Chapter 11
60
Chapter 12
64
How I mean I saw you at York I
72
Afterthoughts
73
Wizards Woe
75
Afterthoughts
76
Milord I meant no disrespect I was
115
I dont know milord I dont think
124
Afterthoughts
126
Masters Calling
127
QUA
132
Afterthoughts
134
Hidden Temperament
135
Afterthoughts
137
The Realm of Author
139
But but I dont
141
Im sorry I didnt I mean
145
Afterthoughts
160
About the Author
163
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About the author (2011)

Neil O'Donnell, a life-long resident of New York's Niagara Frontier, spent years developing short stories based around his life and homeland. In time, every geographical feature of the Western New York landscape morphed into the scenery of his conjured realm, which readers know as Tropal. While a student at Buffalo State College, O'Donnell started incorporating his studies in Anthropology into his writing, delving deeply into the discord and compromise that arises when societies interact. Ultimately, O'Donnell's personal and educational experiences merged to form tales where individuals and communities overcome scarcity, injustice, and war to find prosperity, equality, and peace. O'Donnell currently resides in Lancaster, New York, balancing his time between his family, writing, and working as a college instructor and academic advisor. O'Donnell also is striving to raise awareness of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), a disorder he's personally battled since childhood.

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