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The Gravedigger’s Son and the Waif Girl: (Volume 1/4) Kindle Edition
From zero to hero
This is one secret he’s keeping to himself. And anyway – who would believe him?
Sam Feuerbach’s best-selling saga, winner of the well-respected Fantasy Prize 2018 and Kindle Storyteller Finalist:
Farin, the gravedigger’s son, lives in the medieval village of Heap. The eighteen-year-old is an outsider, bullied and ostracised by the villagers. His father has succumbed to a life of drinking, and so the young man has no option but to take over the job of gravedigger. Farin’s life takes a dramatic twist when the village witch dies and he prepares her for burial. He finds an amulet hanging around the deceased preparer of poisons neck. And he can’t resist trying the trinket on...
"Refreshing style" Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
"This book was really enjoyable, was a quick read, and has some well developed and compelling characters" Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
"Fun, interesting, humorous, not predictable" Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
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Fresh Medieval Fantasy
In modern language an with a lot of humor Sam Feuerbach's books reveal that the coexistence of people has hardly changed since the dark Middle Ages.
Likable characters and strong world building make his books shine as well as his refreshing style.
The Gravedigger's Son and The Waif Girl
Middleage Fantasy Series in four volumes. Available as ebook, paperback and audiobook.
The Krosann Saga
Middleage Fantasy Series in six volumes starting with The Murderess Crow.
Middleage Fantasy Series
- The Gravedigger's Son and the Waif Girl in four volumes
- The Krosann Saga in six volumes
A fun, enjoyable read
Likable characters and strong world building make this book shine as well as its refreshing style. The book succeeds on a different level - it pulls the reader into a believable low fantasy world.
The Gravedigger's Son and the Waif Girl
Middleage Fantasy in four volumes available as ebook, paperback and audiobook
Farin, the gravedigger’s son, lives in the medieval village of Heap. The eighteen-year-old is an outsider, bullied and ostracised by the villagers. His father has succumbed to a life of drinking, and so the young man has no option but to take over the job of gravedigger. Farin’s life takes a dramatic twist when the village witch dies and he prepares her for burial. He finds an amulet hanging around the deceased preparer of poisons neck. And he can’t resist trying the trinket on ...
Available as audiobooks performd by Gildart Jackson
The Krosann Saga
The Murderess Crow – entering the Krosann Saga.
How much hate can fit into one life? A hired assassin by profession, she has no name and no scruples, nor did she ever have a normal childhood. While others hesitate and try to figure out what is good and what is bad, what is right and what is wrong, she is already acting – usually plumping for the bad and the wrong.
In the kingdom of Toladar, many hands are greedily grasping for the crown. Court intrigues are of no interest to the boy and heir to the throne, Prince Karek – that is, until he stumbles upon the legacy of long forgotten deities. He finds himself unexpectedly having to prove himself in a world where his natural talent for asking the right questions can lead to life-threatening answers.
In the heart of the medieval world, Prince Karek crosses paths with a professional murderess. An encounter that could alter the kingdom for all time. Yet her contract specifies assassinating none other than Prince Karek himself.
- ASIN : B0881Y3PVY
- Publisher : www.samfeuerbach.de; 1st edition (June 9, 2020)
- Publication date : June 9, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1804 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 379 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #113,697 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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All in all: recommended.