The Elvish Prophecy
By: Neil Port850 years ago the once mighty Western Elves were fatally weakened by the sacking of Elvish Troia and then almost totally destroyed by a cataclysmic invasion of barbarian hordes that came soon after.
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Book Description850 years ago the once mighty Western Elves were fatally weakened by the sacking of Elvish Troia and then almost totally destroyed by a cataclysmic invasion of barbarian hordes that came soon after. They now remain only in scattered settlements in the Black Sea region of Anatole (Greek Turkey).
The Eastern Elves hold the last of the elf cities, the magnificent mountain fortress of Elgard to the east and to the north of Anatole.
But the Elves are fading. The have lost almost all their magic. They no longer live longer than humans and each year they have fewer and fewer children.
Not only that. Their world is on the cusp of an invasion by the unbeatable Makedóne army from the west and the appearance of a new and far more dangerous barbarian far to the East.
The final destruction of the Elves has been foretold two thousand years before, and now the time is all but upon them.
Only through an ancient prophecy can they be saved, but it will require every bit of love, sacrifice and courage that a group of extraordinary people have to give. An Elf Princess of the Eastern Elves, an eleven-year-old gypsy orphan girl, and a mercenary tribesman are the first to be called.
They must unite in a desperate search through Anatole for the key to the survival of the Elves, but first they have to stay alive!
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