Curse of the Seventh Sword by Kelechi Agu

 

A Certain Someone

A Certain Someone

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Davydd Miljorn is a hunter living in Gor, a small town in the kingdom of Angweleth. One day, while hunting for game, he unbeknownst to him, saves the princess of Angweleth when her carriage is attacked by mysterious assailants. This singular act, spawns a series of events which take both of them and the friends they meet, on a quest to retrieve an artifact that may just be the difference between humanity’s destruction or it’s salvation.

About the author

Kelechi Agu was born in the town of Owerri, Imo state, Nigeria, on April 28th, 1987.  He left Nigeria for the U.S in 2005, where he studied Computer Science at Claflin University.  After graduating, he spent some time trying to find his feet, before coming back to Nigeria in 2013.  He currently resides in Lagos, Nigeria, where he works as an information security analyst. The Gauntlet of Feona is his first published book.  It was first published in March 2013, and then re-published in March 2014.
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Reviews

Good book 8 Jun. 2014
By Larry C. Holly Published on Amazon.com
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It’s an excellent book for a first time author. Great character development and storyline. Can’t wait for the next book to come out

 

Excellent first book. 30 May 2014
By PRM Published on Amazon.com
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Good story line with lots of room to grow. I am very much looking forward to the next one in the series.

 

Good Book. I look forward to the next one. 4 May 2014
By Marly Published on Amazon.com
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I read a lot of books in a year, and I’m always pleasantly surprised when I find a new book with few reviews that’s good. The author’s blurb is an accurate description of the book, even if it does sound a bit generic. The book is a pretty typical fantasy novel (which for fans of the genre isn’t a bad thing), and generally just better done than most new author, independently published fantasy books available for kindle. I look forward to the next book in the series and I would encourage any fantasy fan to give the book a try.

 

To much fighting’s for my taste 24 Jun. 2014
By Rozalia Balazsi Published on Amazon.com
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For a first time writer this book is well written with a great imagination.
The only complain I have that 70 % of this story consists a every drown out step by step detailed fighting’s.
If you like reading this type of the story, then I highly recommend it.

Curse of the Seventh Sword: The Gauntlet of Feona by Kelechi Agu

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