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The Season of the Plough

Book I of the Travalaith Saga

Luke R. J. Maynard    12 July 2019     354 pages

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Raised by an exiled Banlander to fulfill a dubious prophecy, Aewyn comes of age believing herself to be the Chosen One, right up until the moment that a local tax dispute and a looming civil war conspire to destroy the prophecy and all who come into contact with it.

When she is forced to choose between saving the world and protecting a single farming village, will Aewyn sacrifice the heroic destiny she always wanted to save her people?


The Season of the Cerulyn

Book II of the Travalaith Saga

Luke R. J. Maynard    Release date TBD    Size TBD

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The women of the Mages' Uprising were never known to take civil war lying down. But Catrine and her fellow war-widows are determined to do just that, avenging their lost husbands, lives, and innocence by engaging in a sustained campaign of seduction and espionage against the Empire that could change the course of the war.

But when a Widow falls in love with her mark, and his desperate hunt for the fugitive Celithrand pits him against a band of rogue militant Havenari, she must choose once and for all where her heart's loyalty belongs to love or to duty—to the living husband or to the dead.



According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first use of the word "wicked" to mean "good" or "cool" occurred in F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel, This Side of Paradise, published in 1920.

The first "Young Adult" book ever produced as such was Maureen Daly's Seventeenth Summer, published in 1942. The book about first teenage love could not be categorized as such, however, until the Young Adult Library Services Association created the term in the 1960s.

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