Realm of Beasts: An Epic Fantasy Adventure with Mythical Beasts (Legend of the Nameless One Book 1)
A feisty enchantress. A mysterious wizard. A sarcastic dragon.
Tor Lir, the Nameless One, is determined to ignore his birthright. Instead of ruling the immortals, he leaves the forests of the Iaen to study the ways of mortals.
But, fate won’t be denied. After he discovers mortals are dying, his past comes to haunt him with the reminder that he must put an end to imbalance before darkness rises again.
Citrine, after being banished from her village, discovers the legendary land of a friendly giant. There, she takes advantage of the tranquility surrounding her to study the lore of herbs and craft a spell of protection for her mythical beasts.
When darkness creeps into Paradise, bringing the mysterious wizard, Tor Lir, and an omen of death, Citrine realizes that a long forgotten deal she made with a dark creature has grave consequences, spelling danger for herself, her beasts, and Paradise.
Desperate to undo her mistakes, Citrine joins forces with Tor Lir, a cold wizard she instantly dislikes.
Full of vibrant imagery, page-turning intrigue, and heart-pounding tension, this is a gripping adventure you don’t want to miss. If you enjoy classical fantasy that has an epic, old world feel of Lord of the Rings, the Wheel of Time or Earthsea, then you’ll be enthralled with this series.
“The magic of this book is in the writing! Brilliant!” ★★★★★
“Leaves you hanging on the edge of your seat!” ★★★★★
“If you enjoy fantasy worlds with depth, originality, and fantastical creatures/characters, you will love this book!” ★★★★★
“First thoughts – loved the story! It is very well written and flowed smoothly.” ★★★★★
“Ms. Ford has a great talent for vivid descriptions.” ★★★★★
“A very enjoyable fantasy adventure that was an excellent start to a new series.” ★★★★★
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