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The Outcasts

Peter Hutton

The Outcasts

£9.99

ISBN 9781781325193

Published Aug 2016

229 x 152mm (300 pages)

Dorren smiled pleasantly. This was not the usual cocky smile he wore when he was overconfident and clearly felt like he knew something she did not. This was a look of happiness, as if he had just achieved something great. She suspected that it was his taking her against her will. Yes, what an achievement – to kidnap a helpless girl. He must be so proud. These people might claim to be normal but normal people did not kidnap others and hold them for ransom. However, Sileena did feel a lot safer now that she could see the Outcasts for what they were. These were not ruthless bandits, and that thought gave her a little more comfort.

For years, the kingdoms of Duka and Eceriden have maintained a delicate peace, but not everybody is free to enjoy it. The Outcasts have been uprooted from their homes and banished to live out their days in isolation.

Dorren is an Outcast with a nasty habit of breaking the rules, even those of his own people. But he ends up with more than he bargained for when he kidnaps the daughter of a powerful nobleman. Sileena may be young and naïve, but many are wary of her golden eyes. What kind of dangers could be hidden within her?

Thanks to a power-mad king and a mysterious sorcerer, the two nations move closer and closer to war, putting the futures of the surrounding kingdoms in peril. Can anything be done to prevent complete destruction, and will the Outcasts be caught in the middle?
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