Secrets of Silverwind

Secrets of Silverwind

by Richard Sanders

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Overview

The world might have ended five years ago. For the second time. Had Caythis not raced to Andar City to stop the one man who could destroy everything. Antares. The man with the power of a god. The man whose fiery inferno reduced Andar to ashes. The man who’d already annihilated a fourth of the human race. Caythis fought him on the cliffs of Andar. Fought to save the world. They both vanished. Their bodies were never found.

The remnants of Antares’ revolution live on, like embers refusing to die. Tormenting an already broken world. One savaged by starvation, terrorism, vigilantism, and most of all fear. Fear of Antares’ return.

An unknown soldier finds himself pulled into the nexus of the turmoil. Factions vie for his allegiance, mixing truths with lies. His memories are clouded. His past a mystery. But the world remembers him as Caythis. And he must uncover the truth of his own disappearance if he is to restore order to the world. It is a twisted path of deception and betrayal. One that forces him to realize...

Sometimes the darkest truths are best kept secret.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044985810
Publisher: Lee Sanders
Publication date: 06/07/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 134,679
File size: 445 KB

About the Author

I am Richard L. Sanders; I'm the author of The Phoenix Conspiracy along with Secrets of Silverwind, Betraying Nexus, and several other stories. I was married from 2014 until late in 2016, I have been an attorney for charity, and I love to ski, swim, have intellectual conversation, and genuinely enjoy helping people.

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Secrets of Silverwind 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good but something was missing
Dunkelzahn More than 1 year ago
I picked up this book as a free book but to be honest after reading it I would have payed for it the story was complelling and the characters where very enjoyable
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While checking to see if the next volume in Mr Sanders "Phoenix" series is available I discovered this earlier book offered free on Nook. Since I like how Mr Sanders develops his main characters and his plots I was reasonably sure that this book would also be a worthy read. I as pleased to say that I was not disappointed. The action rolls right along and the characters develop easily and naturally into their rolls and their handling of some real tricky personal and political issues. I won't here spoil the plot by giving details of the story, I'll just say that the plot is a good one and very engaging--and for free none-the-less!
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