Bretagne, 884 AD
Alain was once only the bastard son of the Delphine of Dead Ox Wood, but fate and prophecy intervened. Now, he has deposed his blood-father and taken his place, but he is also the fabled Fair One, foretold for centuries by Fair Folk and Men alike.
The Fair Folk see Alain as their salvation, the man who will bring them back from the Summerland to rule the Lands of Men, but to the mages of Bretagne, he is the Undoer, destroyer of the world.
But Alain cares nothing for this. He wants to unite Bretagne and forge a nation, for the true danger is not the Fair Folk or mages, but the Frankish Empire to the east.
Or so he believes...
This is the concluding volume of the Ploughman Chronicles, the story begun in Ploughman's Son. In it, Kurt R.A. Giambastiani, author of the Fallen Cloud Saga and Dreams of the Desert Wind, has created an exciting alternate world that blends magic and politics, myth and history.
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By Kurt Giambastiani
Oct 15, 2009
"From the Author" Dear Readers: As promised, here is the concluding volume of The Ploughman Chronicles, a dark and gritty tale of magic and power in the Dark Ages. Love, ambition, intrigue, and betrayal fill these pages, and I hope you enjoy every moment of it! Kurt R.A. Giambastiani
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