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DwarrowDelve: Paths of Rock and Shadow-bookcover

By: Nicholas. P. Turner

DwarrowDelve: Paths of Rock and Shadow

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In a world where Light threatens to corrupt and conquer, Taithe, a prisoner, possesses something invaluable: a formidable sword. This relic lures enemies from every corner – human, Effelin, and Dwarf alike – all desperate to claim its power and conceal their betrayals. But amidst this chaos, dark magic rises, vying to curb Light’s dominance.

Rescued from the clutches of the malevolent Spite and on the brink of death, Taithe is transported to Dwarrowdelve, the fabled lost mine of Dwarvern legends. Here, alongside the fierce Effelin Caliphe and the legendary Tunnel-Hunters, The Styx, he confronts a multitude of foes, from vicious black wolves to lurking Orcs and other treacherous beings.

But the most insidious threat of all is the Imp who shadows Taithe, hungry for the stolen treasure. In the depths of Dwarrowdelve, alliances will be tested, loyalties forged, and a choice must be made: to stand with the Light or embrace the Rock and Shadows. The balance of the world teeters on this decision, with Spite’s freedom – and the potential downfall of all – in the balance. The true enemy isn’t always as it seems; will they discern it in time?

Nick Turner has lived and worked in Indonesia for the past 22 years as an English Teacher. Initially, it was just to create a change in his life and try something different, but it turned out to be a permanent move. Currently, he teaches in Bandung, at Sekolah Bina Persada, SBP and has taught there for 7 years, mainly in Secondary Education and Junior College, O’levels and A’levels. He enjoys Indonesia’s laid-back attitude and climate, with North Bali a popular destination for local holidays, it’s quiet and beautiful. He still returns to holiday in England in the summer, staying in Eastbourne – near his birth place of Worthing, West Sussex. He is 52 years old, single and might one day return to England to live.

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