Olin Heon

Olin Heon Volume Four of The Kaerling is now available online!

… The figure stooped down and took a bunch of keys from the warder’s belt. Lored backed away from the barred door, feeling nervous without the protection of his staff. Nilo inserted a key into the lock and turned it. The door swung open and Lored cautiously stepped out of his cell.

“I’m not going to eat you,” Nilo said gruffly. “I’m getting you out of here.”

“Look, I don’t mean to be ungrateful.” Lored hesitated. “But who are you and why are you rescuing me?”

“Long story,” replied the other. “I’ll explain when we’re safe. We’ve got to get to the upper levels in time to avoid the klanchiefs’ procession.”

“Procession?”

“Come on!” A large hand with an iron-like grip fastened onto the taku-kevir’s left arm.

“But we need to look for my staff,” Lored protested. “I can’t leave without it!”

“Got it already.” Nilo growled. “Along with your book and clothes and spare boots. But I couldn’t find your cloak of invisibility.”

They were marching quickly along the passageway, Lored almost running to keep up with Nilo.

“I don’t have a cloak of invisibility,” he panted.

“That explains why I couldn’t find it …”

This is an extract from my latest novel, Olin Heon! Different characters, different timeline, same story – The Kaerling.

Download your copy of Olin Heon now! It’s available at a large number of online stores including Amazon US, Amazon UK, Apple, Kobo and Barnes & Noble.

Check out my video about Olin Heon at YouTube!

The first volume in the series, Silver Fire, is a FREE download!

Make sure you read Ambassador and An Ancient Song before Olin Heon! Elizabeth Leaper loved Silver Fire and Ambassador so much, she reviewed them together! Cheryl Holloway features the first three volumes on her blog and Al-Alhambra reviewed Silver Fire recently!

© Freya Pickard 2019

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