Shadows of Siernod


Before the Legend’s Ebb

Before the tale of The Legend’s Ebb, there was the time in Fist La’brau’s life chronicled as “Shadows of Siernod”. The ever weary Daggenite in search of a common life in a dusty desert town of a mining empire known as Thuron, lorded over by the Silver Princes, is unwillingly embroiled with the forces of Shadow. “Shadows of Siernod” chronicles the period of Fist La’brau’s life where he encounters demonic swords and beings, the outer seas at the world’s rim, and an assassin of Shadow that leads Fist to his miserable fate.

Before you begin reading “Flames of Palamarr” with its kickoff novellete The Legend’s Ebb, make sure you have checked out the five stories that comprise “Shadows of Siernod”. These are spine tingling, swashbuckling, action oriented adventures of the greatest swordsman in the realm.

Do you think Fantasy is too silly and cute? Does the thought of children without a clue empowered with great abilities and magical artifacts make you shake your head? Then you have found the fresh angle on fantasy. Fist La’brau is the bold brawler and swordsman, good at heart though flawed like most, he crusades for respite. However, trouble follows the man and he is often burdened with the challenges of humanity and the call of Light when Shadow threatens or the temptation for revenge when miscreants vex. Nope, these vigorously told tales of Fist La’brau are not cute–they are real and every decision has grim implications in “Shadows of Siernod”.

Vist my Bibliography page to see a list of all current work available on Amazon in electronic format.


– by J.Wade Harrell, author of Shadows of Siernod

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About J. Wade Harrell

A native of rural SW Oklahoma, I currently write swords and sorcery fiction which I publish in electronic format on Amazon. My interests and hobbies include shooting, riding motorcycles, fishing, watching college football, playing games, and most of all, spending as much time as possible with my better half, Kathy. I hope you enjoy my blog and that it might lead you into my fantastic worlds of swords and magic. -J. Wade Harrell
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