The Black Robe by R. D. Peterson
Book II of The Walls of Farswell

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The land of Farswell has grown and prospered in peace for the last ten years under the kind rule of the young king Trishton. However, Trishton has been haunted with renewed dreams of the dark lord waking him from his sleep in fevers. Skylor, an old companion from his battle with Jafar has come to invite Trishton to his wedding. Ready for adventure Trishton eagerly accepted and made plans for their long journey to Lakeshree.Imprisoned in the abyss by Trishton the dark lord Jafar has had time to regain his powers and strength lost in his battle with the young king of Farswell and now hungers for revenge. ZinDaria, the only female to be trained by a wizard since the Great War, has found a way to release the dark lord from his prison and as her reward is given part of Jafar's great powers. Along with her new abilities ZinDaria becomes the high priestess of the black robe and discovers a way to awaken the dark dragons of old. Like the rising of a Phoenix the dark dragons and their black Tachree soar from the ashes of death to begin the reign of chaos and devastation. With the plans in motion and the dark forces gathering in numbers Jafar and ZinDaria begin to torment Trishton to weaken him for the battles to come.The dark lord watches as the the young kings world is slowly torn apart and yet this is not enough to feed his hunger. Jafar calls upon his dark forces for yet another battle with one purpose in mind, to destroy all of Trishton's friends leaving him hopeless and weak. Now it is up to Trishton to once again defeat the dark lord and overcome the great power of his enemy.

About R. D. Peterson

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Richard D Peterson is a graduate from The University of Phoenix with a BSBA in management and currently work in that career for the worlds largest retailer. Richard has always had a great fascination for the fantasy adventure that started with reading J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings trilogy. He has published The Walls Of Farswell, The Black Robe, and has had several short stories released in papers and magazine. Richard is currently working on book three to the Farswell trilogy and then will be other books that are in rough draft.
Published February 15, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 216 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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