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About the author:
Born in Australia in 1954, Wayne Jarman is the son of a Wharf Labourer. He grew up in a Wharf-side suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales (just north of Sydney).
As an Engineering Technician, he spent his entire working career in Heavy Industry (beginning in a Steelworks in 1973) and Coal Mines in New South Wales and Queensland.
He and Lindi met when they were seventeen, married at twenty two, and now have a daughter and a son and two grandchildren.
Wayne has always enjoyed writing but didn't begin in earnest until 1988 when he began writing his Fantasy novel: To the Honour of the Kings. He persevered with trying to find that elusive 'spare time for creative stuff', even during the last seventeen years of self-employment. Now retired, and with Lindi's on-going support, he plans to complete three of his works-in-progress this year.
His creative interests also include Art (mainly painting in Oils and with Encaustic Wax), Photography (Still and Video) and Acting (Stage and Screen).
To the Honour of the Kings
The Ancient Legends decreed that the second born prince of Arrindare should, on his eighteenth birthday, become the Warlord of the seven armies of Amorand.
As Prince Gwaine's eighteenth birthday approached, so did the war.
Century after century had seen the Dark Emperor's forces pour over the northern borders of Amorand and move closer to victory with each assault.
The Warlord's grizzled old tutor, Magnor, had schooled Gwaine since early childhood in all of the skills of war but he knew that this test was more difficult than any test faced by the long line of Warlords before him. This time, all that would stand in the way of the Dark Emperor's victory were the fragments of legends passed down through the eons, the Fortress of Marsh, and Gwaine.
This was the worst possible time for Gwaine to meet his Princess. Despite their rank, Gwaine and Tanya were just two young people who had grown up in the shadow of war.
The shadow was now reality.
After it all, what would be left?
- Publication Date:
- 0987093118 / 9780987093110
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 7" x 10"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Epic