An Amazon #1 New Release
The Treasure of Capric
By Brandon M Wilborn
In a nation under clouds of darkness, three young monks who’ve lost their home must race to find their sacred treasure before their world collapses.
The first problem: they’ve never seen it…
The action packed series opener to The King of The Caves is available at your favorite online bookstore.
Wilborn’s tale deserves high marks for its compelling, purposeful prose.
– The Book Life Prize
Brandon M. Wilborn
Brandon Wilborn is a man with too many interests, several of which led him to author The Treasure of Capric, the first book in The King of the Caves series, and a follow-up novella, Siren Silence. His love of science fiction and fantasy, along with an education in English and Theological Studies, inspired him to create stories that are full of epic adventure while grappling with deeper questions of life, faith, and our role in the drama of good and evil. After a wandering youth in a Navy family, he now lives with his wife and two kids in Idaho.
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A King of The Caves Adventure
Warriors Fight Battles.
Priests Offer Hope.
Sometimes you need both to win against unbeatable odds.
The victorious army of Fin has recovered the relic that King Frederick hopes will unite the entire plain of Apos.
None of them see the danger coming from the sea: an enormous Ballentine army sails up the river Apos, burning villages and murdering Fin’s citizens with their three-bladed death dance.
Holding the only high ground for leagues, the army of Fin is hopelessly outnumbered.
Their only hope is a cryptic vision given to the king’s priest.
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