Ariness's Tale: Celdil and the Dark Winter

Ariness's Tale: Celdil and the Dark Winter

by Clifford Bowyer, Ben Mitchell

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From the pages of Clifford B. Bowyer’s The Imperium Saga comes a tale of one of the members of the leading body of the magical order, The Mage’s Council. The members of the Council of Elders are some of the most charismatic, influential, and powerful characters in all of the Imperium, and they are responsible for leading all aspects of magic in the realm. In this tale, follow Master Ariness as he manages to escape the destruction of the Mage’s Council at the hands of Zoldex and works to resist the tyrant.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151518598
Publisher: Silver Leaf Books
Publication date: 03/17/2015
Series: The Imperium Saga: Tales of the Council of Elders , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 25 KB

About the Author

Clifford B. Bowyer is the creator and author of The Imperium Saga universe. He graduated from Bryant College with a degree in both Management and Marketing, and received his MBA from Babson College. Bowyer continues working on developing future installments of The Imperium Saga and Gen-Ops novels, and an RPG game based upon his world. He resides in Massachusetts with his daughter, where he coaches and plays softball.

Ben Mitchell was a man of passion for his family, friends, and the things he enjoyed. He had a deep love for all things Fantasy, Science Fiction, comics, and games and brought such joy and excitement to his discussions about it that one could not help but be swept up and share it with him. He became a fan of Clifford B. Bowyer’s Imperium Saga series, and after several encounters at events the two became friends. He became a developer in the effort to convert Bowyer’s world into a d20 RPG game, and also began writing a short story in the Tales of the Council of Elders anthology project. Ben passed away on October 28th, 2007 of a stroke. Bowyer finished the short story in honor of his friend and dedicated the book to him.

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