On the planet Asa-thor, the spirits of ancient heroes reside in the heavens to watch over the sturdy race of dwarves as they go about their day-to-day lives. But all is not as it seems in this peaceful land. An old enemy moves in the shadows, threatening to destroy everything the smallfolk hold dear. Some will try and use these dangerous times to gain power and earn a legendary status in the history books, while others will attempt to step out of the spotlight altogether.

Through it all, the Dwarven Kingdom of Kelgrond’s fate is held in the blood of a half-dwarven prostitute - CEEAN ULDHE - who has been thrust into this adventure by destiny itself. Her guide, YINTAL, is a foul-mouthed dwarf raised by an ancient group of humans who seek out and slay giants. Yintal the Hunter carries a sword almost too big to be used and wears the frilly garments of the seafaring humans that raised him, but he knows the secret of Ceean’s heritage and will do whatever it takes to see she reaches her true potential. Even if that means letting his dwarven kin, who he has no true ties to anymore, be utterly destroyed.

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Hello, everyone! Thanks for stopping by to check out my project. I’ve been a fan of fantasy since I was in third grade. I read The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis and haven’t looked back since! Though they are present (and awesome) in The Chronicles of Narnia, it wasn’t until high school, however, that I formed my obsession with my favorite fantasy race of beings... DWARVES. Upon my very first reading of The Crystal Shard by R.A. Salvatore, I fell in love with Bruenor Battlehammer and his gruff but loveable manner. Then began years and years of reading about dwarves. Tolkien. Forgotten Realms. Dragonlance. I was, and remain, obsessed. They are tough, they drink, they fight, they are honorable. I just can’t get enough. But...

I feel like they get a bad representation most of the time. Dwarves are usually stuck in as comic relief, or maybe as just a supporting role. I wanted to write a novel that put them in the spotlight. I wanted to write a world full of dwarves that fill all roles: villains, heroes, antiheroes, bakers, bankers, politicians, etc. So, I wrote this book. Please pre-order a copy and share with your friends!