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- DescriptionSwords have but one purpose. Swords are forged from the fires of war. Haki Leikr, a half-man, half-elf kws all too well the science, the art of hammering a glowing rod of steel into a blade of war. The half-elf knew he was destined for a greater future than toiling away in the soot and smoke of the smithy. A warrior cant be denied battle. A warrior cant quench his thirst for blood. A warrior cant still the beating of his heart when he sees his banner soar in the wind. The drums of war make the ground tremble, and the rivers run red. Swords have but one purpose.
- Author BiographyBorn outside of Chicago, Illinois, Paul Simanauskas has penned four science fiction novels prior to publishing The Serpent's Banner. Graduating from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history, Paul wanted to combine his passion for history with his love of the unknown. Aside from science fiction and fantasy, Paul has written numerous poems. Some were published in the William Rainey Harper College publication Point of View. Paul also published a book of poetry, Anesidora Could Not Wait. The Serpent's Banner combines the real with the fantastic, giving the reader a glimpse into Norse/Viking lives while allowing the freedom magic, sorcery and mystery which fantasy novels often provide. Paul's works, from Shadow's Eye to A Perfect Flaw often include reluctant heroes, strong-willed heroines, and fast-paced action. When he's not writing, Paul's passion is fishing and the outdoors. Paul always tries to add a few elements of fishing into his stories, with The Serpent's Banner being no exception. He also enjoys classic cinema, storm chasing, and spending time with his dogs.
- Author(s)Paul Simanauskas
- Date of Publication07/11/2014
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectScience Fiction & Fantasy
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight567 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine22 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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