The Lone Wolf Saga by C L Carr
The Lone Wolf

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Artirius had never truly felt at home with his tribe of barbarians on the northern plains of Norta Masa. So, when the opportunity to leave came to him as a younger man, he did. He sojourned for many years, meeting the dwarves, elves and other humans. He even traveled beyond the mainland, to the Untamed Isles in the southern seas.

But for all the time he spent away, he could never find a place or role that seemed to fit him. So after nearly ten years, he returned. Upon landing on the Eastern coast, a strange dream haunts him. At first he discounts it as little more than too much drink the night before, but when the dream continues he knows he must seek guidance.

From the east he travels to the elven city of Alastrial, to meet with the great wizard Tressnou. There the wizard reveals to Artirius that strange things are occurring throughout Norta Masa and that his dream may have something to do with it. From that point on, Artirius is plunged into events that will determine the fate of all those who live in Norta Masa and will reveal to Artirius who he really is.

The Lone Wolf offers spectacular places, interesting characters, and exciting battles, in the author's debut novel

About C L Carr

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Hello, my name is Christopher Carr, and I love fantasy. I was born on March 15th, 1988. I currently live in Austintown, Ohio (Youngstown, Ohio if you are looking me up on a map). I am happily married to my wife, Brittany. We have a little boy name Joshua. We also round out our family with our dog "Jelly". My wish in publishing my works, is to share an exciting and rewarding story to my readers, full of spectacular places and interesting characters that keep you wanting more.
Published March 7, 2013 192 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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