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Unity without strength, harmony without power – Hauden still weeps with the blood of slaughtered innocents.
Laedian Fayersae’s long struggle to unite the Houses and the Nations has succeeded, but despite her efforts that have ended the bloodlust, the cruel Dasyu and the ghastly Plague Bringers now vie for dominion over all, threatening to destroy the Othar of Hauden before they can coalesce around the power of the ancient fires.
With their decision to fight, the Aktsi’a Othar plant the seeds of a new hope, a hope that the Khe’kenha Othar will discover their true role as servants of the land.
From the Author:
With great pleasure, I present the third book in the Harmony of the Othar Saga, Tongue of Hauden. I hope you have enjoyed our journey so far, and I am excited to continue the saga with this latest installment. The story has taken on a life of its own, and I would be lying if I said penning it has not become easier as the saga progresses. Again, I would like to thank everyone who has come along for the ride, and I hope book three brings as much enjoyment in the reading as it did in the writing.
A story which began in college has, after many years, reached fruition with my first novel, Heart of Hauden. During the intervening years, I have helped raise my daughter, Katja, with my wife, Ann, worked in the information technology field, primarily as a database administrator, and received the support of friends and family to write as time permitted.
After many years of writing in fits and starts, I stepped away from a full-time job to concentrate on completing this story. Perhaps it was nothing more than a classic mid-life crisis, but the result has allowed me to begin something I’ve dreamed about for decades. My only hope in presenting book one in the Harmony of the Othar Saga is that you will find as much enjoyment reading it as I have found in creating it.
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