Friday, October 21, 2016

The Collision of Fire and Ice by Arwen Chandler

After ten years, my book is finally and truly published. It's been a long hard road, but I am so glad the end is here. Although, I feel like this road is just the beginning.

A little insight to The Collision of Fire and Ice:

I wrote a book that I would like to read. I have always loved magic, Celts, Vikings, and dragons. So, in my world, the people are kind of a combination between the Celts and the Vikings.  I also love epics like the Lord of the Rings, so I wanted to write something epic with a little romantic twist. I really hope you enjoy this book, and I look forward to hearing from you.

About The Collision of Fire and Ice:

Separated by gods of Fire and Ice, clans bound by tradition live on the brink of war. From the shadows, evil arises creating a true clash of clans through-out Arcadia. With no real claim to the throne, Fridtjof declares himself High King of Arcadia. Together with his sorcerer Magnus, and under the banner of fire, they bring a scourge across the land, leaving a path of bloody destruction in their wake. An epic battle between good and evil, fire and ice, threatens to both destroy and unite the land of Arcadia.

From the scattered ashes of devastation, Karn, a reluctant champion, arises from the high mountain region of Bardai. He is destined to wield the blue flame of the goddess in an unbelievable fight of sword and sorcery.

Can Karn and his Brehon war band defeat a power as old as the gods themselves?

Can he unite the clans into one Kingdom where men and sorcerers stand together in a single cause. Will he defeat those who threaten to destroy the very stability of Arcadia, and can Karn usher in the age of dragon riders?

Can he learn to harness the power of the goddess, and let go of the life and love he left behind?

The Collision of Fire and Ice is a tale of romance, sword and sorcery. It merges the wonderful world of fantasy with romance, and blends some of the most fascinating aspects of the Celts, Druids, and Vikings into a new culture all its own. Part Viking romance, part clash of clans, all sword and sorcery. The Collision of Fire and Ice creates a world where only the strongest survive. Do you dare enter?


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