No. You are too inexperienced, with survival, hunting and fighting. Get more experience, or come back in a few years. That was the message Arkenthan received when he tried to join the army. He'd been tracking his father's caravan for several days, and the message anyed him. His father, a rewned blacksmith, had been called up by the army, and Arkenthan was determined to join him. When neither his father r the army want him anywhere near the fights, Arkenthan moves into a strange forest to hone his skills. A cabin beneath a lonely mountain provides shelter, but the surrounding forest is full of unnatural sounds and occurences. In a hidden room beneath the cabin he also finds the book. The book that will change his life forever. ------------------------------------------- This is the first book of The Lion's Path series by the new Norwegian author, Fredrik B. Lunde. The book takes the reader through two stories. One of the stories is shrouded in mystery. The other story turns to the more classical the good vs the evil where a couple of people have to wander the world in order to learn skills such as fighting and magic in order to defeat the enemy.
Fredrik Bjonnes Lunde started writing his first book The Lion's Cub in 2011 as a part of the book series The Lion's Path. When he was still in school he did not see the joy in writing. This changed when he saw the movie The Neverending Story and he felt that something was missing. A story, where he could make the rules himself, started brewing in his head and after a few years he started to write some of the thoughts down. All of a sudden he couldn't stop writing, and his writing career had started. His early years was spent on an island just outside Oslo, Norway. He has lived his entire life in Norway, except a semester abroad in Victoria, B.C. Canada. He graduated in 2011 with an engineering degree in chemistry and biotechnology. He now lives in Oslo where he has a full-time job besides his writing.