Might and Majesty by Sean Mitchell
Baptism by Fire

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This first book in the Might and Majesty trilogy, sets the stage for a breathtaking journey through the reaches of time --

On the peaceful northern island of Alfras, a young man named Lloyd lives a life of hard work with his family, yet he longs for something more. Being half-human and half-angel, Lloyd has never felt like he belongs. When he is given the opportunity of a lifetime, he leaves his homeland for a brief journey across the sea. Unbeknownst to him, the eastern empire of Thundria is rising up to destroy all he has ever known.

Soon, Lloyd discovers that the fires of war have reached his homeland. Thrust into the bloodshed, he bands together with three strangers that have suffered similar hardships at the hands of the Thundrians. Captain Mithias, the lizard-prince Theron, and Ariel, a beautiful angel, join Lloyd to trek across the mystical continents in an attempt to rally the kingdoms of the free world to fight.

Angels, giant lizards, dragons, kings, magicians, malicious warlords, and soldiers of hate incarnate go to war in a campaign of good against evil that engulfs the furthest reaches of the world. In the center of the conflict, lay four magical pillars with unparalleled, mysterious power. Thundria wants to dominate the world through the use of the pillars and dark magic, while Lloyd and his friends race against time to discover their hidden power. In a struggle to survive the wages of war, the four friends are changed forever in a Baptism by Fire.
 

About Sean Mitchell

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Sean Mitchell experiences fantasy fiction through video games, books, and various other forms of media. The Might and Majesty series started on a whim, and was honed through many middle-of-the-night writing sessions. The story took four years to complete, and saw the author through college at Virginia Commonwealth University. Presently, he lives in Virginia where he continues to write.
 
Published March 12, 2012 by Sean\Mitchell. 373 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lloyd and Mithias would have been killed if an evil Thundrian force had not invaded, forcing the pair to the angel stronghold of Sacrimen.

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