From the author of THE RIDDLE IN STONE trilogy comes a new fantasy trilogy, featuring an unlikely heroine, a plain, peasant girl who becomes a knight when she undertakes a heroic quest. (Diversion Books, Book One 2016, World Rights)
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The Undead King is stirring again, amassing a goblin horde ready to sweep out of the mountains and destroy all of humanity. The only thing preventing utter annihilation is Edmund—a stuttering librarian who knows a secret, a secret that every thief, assassin, and king would kill to have. Over the course of a thrilling trilogy, one will see Edmund battle adversaries ancient and relentless, fall deep in love and endure betrayal, to lead his own kingdom and enter into a battle that will determine the fate of man forever.
With a breathtaking sense of tie and place, and the perfect protagonist in Edmund, Robert Evert has created a series that will last the test of time, and will enchant readers for generations.
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The final installment in the epic Riddle in Stone saga.
Having committed treason by claiming the Highlands for his own kingdom, Edmund—the one-eyed, stuttering former librarian—decides to stop running and make his final stand. Along with his best friend, Pond Scum, and his manic dog, Becky, he must fight off goblins, magic users, and King Lionel’s entire army in order to protect what he loves. However, his deadliest adversary is the approaching winter, and neither Edmund nor his men have the supplies they need to survive.
By day, Robert Evert is an ordinary university professor bent on stamping out ignorance and apathy wherever they may rear their ugly heads. By night, and during various faculty meetings, he is an aspiring fantasy writer. Living in northeast Ohio with his wife, two sons, dog, four cats, and a host of imaginary friends, Robert enjoys teaching, yoga, hiking, and writing. You may learn more about Robert Evert at http://robertevert.blogspot.com/ where he discusses being a neurotic writer.