- Title: Book IX Child of the Shard
- Series: Orbbelgguren Series
- Author: Stephen Christiansen
- Genre: Fantasy Fiction
- Format: Ebook (paperback available)
- Length: 292 pages
- Publication Date: June 3, 2014
- Publisher: Lulu
- Regular Price: $2.99 for Ebook
Dar Axenhammer the second, a male dwarf, volunteers to help with the mines of a small village. His journey leads him on an adventure beyond his comprehension. Elemmiire, a female dark elf, struggles to find out who she is and the more she learns about her species the more she tries to be her own individual. However, her unique abilities are beyond her understanding and threaten to take her to her breaking point. Drathir Alure, a female dark elf bard blade, is the only known survivor of the great flood upon Anarchia. But, as she leaves the underworld life behind, she finds that she is still a pawn in a larger scheme of things. Aton Brightstar returns and his world has been thrown upside down. He is driven to make life changing decisions that impact himself and those around him. His journeys only make him wonder if these random events are connected to drive him toward a predetermined fate. This book continues the epic adventures of the Orbbelgguren series.
About the Author
Stephen Christiansen is 47 years old and is married to a wonderful wife for 17 years. They have a lovely daughter of 14 and live near Seattle. Stephen admits that he’s a big time geek in love with sci-fi and fantasy fiction. He is also into computer games, RPG, figure painting, comic books, and all the typical things that a geek would be into. Currently, Stephen works as a medical biller but claims his real job is his family first and foremost. Stephen recalls being a Navy brat while growing up, traveling all up and down the western coast. He has also traveled to a fair amount of National Parks, Olympic Rain Forest, Mayan Ruins, and ancient American sites. His inspiration for writing has come from authors like Robert Silverberg, Isaac Asimov, E. A. Poe., R. A. Salvatore, and Stephen King. TV series like “The Twilight Zone”, “Outer Limits”, and “Tales from the Dark Side” have also influenced his writings.
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