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Offline davidjb Reading
19 Dec 2013, 07:49 PM | Post: #1

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Drachar's Demons

Hi and welcome to my most recent fantasy book. Drachar's Demons. It is set about 500 years prior to the events in the Prophecy of the Kings (a Gold Award winning book http://readersfavorite.com/cat-71.htm?review=3451.

Drachar is an Edlric Lord. He is banished by his own people for communicating with the demons. The Eldric use elementals as a source of magic and elementals are of the spirit world. More magic can be obtained from delving deeper into the spirit world and that means contacting demons. Imps are lesser demons and are the first port of call for sorcerers. It is a dangerous business and it is very rare for anyone to contact demons as the risks are too great.

Drachar escapes and forges an unholy alliance with the demons, offering them ten thousand souls. But, the demons demand one hundred thousand and without quibbling Drachar accepts. Only all out war will deliver so many souls and the old enemy Trosgarth is his only potential ally, but he must cross the land to confront their king and persuade him to his cause. Drachar has the power of the demon world at his command, but madness threatens when the demons plague his dreams, demanding souls. 

His people, the Eldric, realise that they must learn to combat the growing threat by summoning demons themselves to exploit any weakness they may find. However, it is an exceptionally brave man that confronts a demon let alone tries to kill one. Their scales are impervious to blades and any mistake results in the demon claiming another soul for eternal damnation. 

The race is on for war threatens; a war like no other for sorcerer will battle sorcerer and demon set against demon.

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David Burrows
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http://davidburrows.org.uk/
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Offline davidjb Reading
05 Jul 2014, 12:47 PM | Post: #2

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RE: Drachar's Demons - Great Goodreads Review and thanks

Really nice review from Alegna on Goodreads:

"If you like fantasy, magic, demons and the epic battle of good versus evil with an impending sense of doom, then this is the book for you!!! 


When one of the Eldric makes contact with the demon world, Drachar is immediately banished and stripped from this powers so he will not do this evil deed again. Alas, it goes wrong and Drachar grows ever more powerful and darker. It is then up to the Eldric to fight Drachar and stop him before he goes too far.

Written with much detail into the vivid world of the Eldric, David Burrows engages the reader into a plot very few have written about and yet the concept is well known, selling your soul to the devil (or in this case demons). 


Great book, David"  [Image: 5starssmall.jpg]https://www.goodreads.com/review

Many thanks, Alegna

David
David Burrows
Author of the Prophecy of the Kings, a fantasy trilogy
http://davidburrows.org.uk/
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05 Jul 2014, 04:50 PM | Post: #3

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RE: Drachar's Demons - Great Goodreads Review and thanks

(05 Jul 2014 12:47 PM)davidjb Wrote: Wrote:  Really nice review from Alegna on Goodreads:

"If you like fantasy, magic, demons and the epic battle of good versus evil with an impending sense of doom, then this is the book for you!!! 


When one of the Eldric makes contact with the demon world, Drachar is immediately banished and stripped from this powers so he will not do this evil deed again. Alas, it goes wrong and Drachar grows ever more powerful and darker. It is then up to the Eldric to fight Drachar and stop him before he goes too far.

Written with much detail into the vivid world of the Eldric, David Burrows engages the reader into a plot very few have written about and yet the concept is well known, selling your soul to the devil (or in this case demons). 


Great book, David"  [Image: 5starssmall.jpg]https://www.goodreads.com/review

Many thanks, Alegna

David
Congratlations David, great review. Goodreads can be a tough place to get reviews, so espescially well done. Clapping hands
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24 Sep 2014, 06:25 PM | Post: #4

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22 Dec 2014, 04:36 PM | Post: #5

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RE: Drachar's Demons

This is a very heart-felt review.

"This book has to quite honestly be one of the best Fantasy books that i have read in a long time! I'd definitely recommend..." Lisa

The review made me very proud so thanks, Lisa. 

Read the full review it at http://www.amazon.co.uk...
David Burrows
Author of the Prophecy of the Kings, a fantasy trilogy
http://davidburrows.org.uk/
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RE: Drachar's Demons

(22 Dec 2014 04:36 PM)davidjb Wrote: Wrote:  This is a very heart-felt review.

"This book has to quite honestly be one of the best Fantasy books that i have read in a long time! I'd definitely recommend..." Lisa

The review made me very proud so thanks, Lisa. 

Read the full review it at http://www.amazon.co.uk...
Neat! Well doneClapping hands
Offline davidjb Reading
22 Feb 2015, 09:05 AM | Post: #7

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RE: Drachar's Demons

Free book competition. I am giving away a free book of Drachar's Demons to the person who can find the hidden map on my website. It is a full page map so there are no tricks. Browse my website and when you find the map email the address and you will be entered in the prize draw. 

My website is http://davidburrows.org.uk/

My email address is on the website marked here in the first text box. Please put Competition into the subject box. The competition closes at the end of March and the winner will be picked at random.

Good luck

David
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