the warden came to warn Hugh deSteny, the master of the castle, that
there is "trouble in the forest", he was very serious. Hugh
was responsible for defending the castle against all enemies.
He was a former crusader and wondered if he could manage this
"trouble" alone or would he have to recruit the help of Sir
The warden had a difficult time trying to explain
what kind of trouble he was referring to in his statement.
Finally Hugh said, "Tell me what you mean." The warden's
response was "I don't know what I mean. I haven't seen
anything likes this before."
What kind of trouble was the
warden talking about? You will be surprised!
deSteny lead the fight and knew it would be the fight of his
life. He knew he must do it to preserve the forest and
everyone who lived within it because right now no one is safe.
Why? What is out there?
Warning - you will be
hooked from the very first page of this book. The setting of
the forest and the mysterious things that are happening will
intrigue you throughout the book. The book is loaded
with some great characters and you will especially enjoy Hugh
deSteny as the strong, courageous former crusader. This is a
medieval fantasy and is Book 1 in the "Trouble in the Forest"
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