About the Book
The Prince of Tabor – Many centuries before the age of Man, as the ancient chronicles tell, Tabor, the second greatest kingdom on earth, was under siege. The king had died in battle, and the queen had died in childbirth. As the enemy was closing in, the infant heir escaped far away to the tiny hamlet of Streamside. Brought up in a boisterous tavern by his brother Jacoby, Nathaniel could not know that the trumpets of war had again sounded and that a greater army than ever, its leaders bent on revenge and world dominion, threatened a vastly weakened Tabor. He would be forced onto a quest of unparalleled magic and danger by forces unknown to him. Hellbent on world control, evil necromancer Crepitus sent assassins to Streamside, forcing Nathaniel and his brother into a fight for existence and a struggle to regain his birthright and save his kingdom.
An epic of dark fantasy of immense sweep, The Prince of Tabor blends Norse mythology and supernatural adventure in a world filled with mythical creatures and unparalleled heroism. Prepare for a thrilling ride as Nathaniel and his brother fight their way through goblins, dragons, wizards, and more to reclaim a lost kingdom and save the world.
About the Author
I’m a retired physician who practiced Gastroenterology for 28 yrs. I’ve also worked in executive coaching and mentoring physicians, and I am an accomplished painter. This is my first novel in the series. I have three grown children and live in Fairhope, AL, with my wife of 35yrs and our two schnauzers.
Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book, The Prince of Tabor, What is it about?
An epic tale of young Nathaniel Aarmon, raised in obscurity by his brother in a backwater tavern. Nathaniel could never have imagined that forces of evil, led by the evil necromancer, Crepitus, would do anything to find him. When assassins come for him, Nathaniel and the man he thought was his brother go on the run, only to find out he’s the lost heir to the throne of Tabor, the most powerful land in the west; and his brother, an ex-palace guard tasked with protecting the prince.
This is the story of one young man’s fight for existence and struggles to regain his birthright and his kingdom, facing war and magic to survive.
Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, The Prince of Tabor, is it directed at any particular market?
I wrote the book with a focus on teens and early adults. However, the story is timeless and would be enjoyable for all readers.
Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?
I enjoy the pace and drive in the books of Mark Greaney and Vince Flynn, the historical aspect of Marc Allen Edelheit, the creativity of Edgar Rice Burroughs
Qn 4: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?
Be disciplined. Set time to write daily and never give up!
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