One of the people I’ve reached out to about editing my book asked if I could provide a synopsis of the story, which is something I immediately realized I have never done. So without further ado, for those of you who haven’t had the time to read the whole book, here is a 3,000-word synopsis of The Redemption of Erâth: Consolation, for your appetite-whetting pleasure.
Be warned: it is a complete synopsis, and gives away everything. Bear that in mind, please.
Part I: Tales by the Fire
Chapter 1: We Are Introduced to Erâth
The protagonist is born. The moment he is born, the house burns down around him, killing both of his parents. He is taken in by his grandfather, Reuel Tolkaï, who names him Brandyé Dui-Erâth, which means “Born from fire into the darkness of the world.” His grandfather lives in a town called…
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