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Arantur: Book One of the 'Riothamus' Trilogy

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‘Arantur' is an epic fantasy story and the first book in the ‘Riothamus’ trilogy. Arantur, a young man raised in the small central Andurian town of Leigh and apprenticed to Mastercraftsman Blacksmith Cody has small-town dreams and aspirations. However, Arantur will soon discover that his destiny lies elsewhere. With war looming on the horizon, an enigmatic stranger befriends Arantur, and takes him on a journey of self-discovery and adventure. ‘Arantur’ will appeal to readers aged sixteen years and older.

Peter Hill

Brilliant book, Great storyline and I'm looking forward to reading the next one. 5 stars from me.


Gerald Goins

The action is non stop and keeps you wanting more. Can't wait for the next two books to come out to feed my curiousity as to the out come. Keep up the good writting.


mick

A good bit of escapism. Need to find the next book of the trilogy !


brian stocker

excellent story hard to put down


dick helander

Did like the book, nice clean caracter off the prinipal . Nice story line.looking forward to read the rest.


jorgebacon

very arthurian tale with a twis and magical atmosfere very entertainet to reed


pam hanson

Loved all 3 of the books


David Palfrey

I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and look forward to the next episode. The detail and geography are life like and believable its good old theme of fighting evil will sell itself to most readers of good ending books .stay with this theme and be successful


Richard

Captivating book, I could not bring myself to set it down. I eagerly await the second book.


Severino Alvarez

good book. highly recommended


Pauline

Great story in the true fantasy epic genre. Can't wait for thr next one.


Henry Chitaika

One of the best books that I have read recently. Unpredictable.


Ian Terry

I can't wait for the rest of the trilogy


Bonnie Kroll

Very well written, captures you right from the beginning and keeps you till the end. You are able to picture all described and feel as if you are there. Anxious for books 2 and 3 to come out.


Therese Fairbrother

Not a bad read. Got caught up enough to want to see what happens after the first book of the trilogy, so I went off searching & bought the remaining two books. Map is a bit hard to read on eReader, so I printed it from my PC. Nice escapism!


Mark

It was entertaining and well writtern another arthur saga clone but thourghly readle


Johnny Hodge

loved the book, wish book 2 was here


Grace Warren

Ms. Fyrth has an extremely good control of all her characters. Bringing each one into focus for reality for the reader. She keeps her readers interested by introducing many angles to her stories. She is a master of story telling. Even though her stories are dreamed up in her mind, her readers have an uncanny view that they could just as well be real. "Arantur" is no exception.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rosemary Fryth

Australian author, poet, sculptor, muso and lover of history and science. https://www.facebook.com/#!/TheDarkeningTrilogy https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/The-Riothamus-trilogy/104106256414832

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