Synopsis: Book 1, The Elderns

Relax, pour a glass of wine, dim the lights and enter my world: a world that will stretch your imagination to the limits.

Humans face extinction at the hands of race of beings blessed with extraordinary powers. This race, created by Lord Etsai, is rising. The Pha’rár resemble the dominant species of our planet but hold powers human beings can only dream of. While human-beings face the end of their rein, a formidable man and his daughter rebels. To restore balance, and save beloved friends and allies, Cæsar confronts my family.

I am Etsai Guýgaal, firstborn son of Zúri and grandson of E’rón. At E’rón’s instigation, the task assigned by my father was to create this new species who are destined to rule your world. In the likeness of humankind but with the intelligence and foresight to return our world to health.

The ancient prophecy claimed a female of the Agirre line will rise. Destined to perform the Cleansing, she will rebel. Although she strives to protect her human friends, all does not go to plan. How could it when I swore to oppose her.

The inhabitants of a tiny village overlooking wild seas of the Bay of Biscay thrives. To escape the Christian movement, led by a witch hunter and a young priest who ventured into their village, the Pha’rár undertake a dangerous journey into the unknown.

A ship, with all onboard, is lost when the island’s Guardian prevents them from approaching the shadow isles. Dejected, the Master Warlock abandons his plans and heads south. Their new homeland is a wild unwelcoming island, the home of a powerful immortal who resents their presence.

Heartbroken when Amaral and Isobel die, Cæsar abandoned Isle Pha’rár seeking solace while sailing through wild seas. A chance encounter with Brae Guýgaal, a notorious pirate captain named “The Laird of the Damned”, draws him into a life of piracy.

Published by llamamemeg

I love creating stories; in many ways since I returned to the UK in 2015, it has taken over my life. Until recently, I ran a blog covering my journey through research through writing/editing/publishing my first novel but I discovered that one my somewhat unusual short stories had been "plagarised", I deleted all the content and closed the blog. Something I now regret but regrets are pointless. I recently changed the Eldern Journals from three full length novels to six shorter novels. The books have been extensively revised and I have compiled a book of short stories, title: How Bizarre. Hopefully, when I manage to sus out how to publish my books on KDP, the books should be published before the end of 2022. Getting back into writing articles on my website may take a little longer as it has been so long since I last visited the site. TTFN, for now.

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