The Burning The Dark Apostle is a powerful energetic historical fantasy series set in an alternate th century England a land of poverty and opulence prayer and plague witchcraft and necromancy As a child Eli

  • Title: The Burning
  • Author: E.C. Ambrose
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Dark Apostle is a powerful, energetic historical fantasy series set in an alternate 14th century England a land of poverty and opulence, prayer and plague witchcraft and necromancy.As a child, Elisha witnessed the burning of a witch outside of London, and saw her transformed into an angel at the moment of her death, though all around him denied this vision He sworThe Dark Apostle is a powerful, energetic historical fantasy series set in an alternate 14th century England a land of poverty and opulence, prayer and plague witchcraft and necromancy.As a child, Elisha witnessed the burning of a witch outside of London, and saw her transformed into an angel at the moment of her death, though all around him denied this vision He swore that the next time he might have the chance to bind an angel s wounds, he would be ready And so he became a barber surgeon, at the lowest ranks of the medical profession, following the only healer s path available to a peasant s son But when the magic inside him finally awakens, he finds that keeping to that path will be even harder than he could ever imagine.In The Burning, a 4500 word prequel story to Elisha Barber, Elisha s mother tells her tale of that first vision and its aftermath For if Elisha insists that his vision is a true one, he risks everything she and her husband have worked for, and tempts not only the fires of hell, but perhaps another burning right there on the outskirts of townThis DAW eOriginal includes an excerpt from Elisha Barber following the story.

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      I passed a peripatetic childhood reading way too many books, and eventually writing my own little stories, either inspired by my life such as it was or by whatever I was reading at the time I thought I would grow up to be an archaeologist which explains why I read The Last Days of Pompeii at the age of nine I was fortunate to have a few teachers early on who encouraged my literary tendencies including one who let me stay inside to read during recess.When I discovered the Society for Creative Anachronism, a medieval recreation group, I delved deeply into medieval history, becoming enthralled with the dark castles, bloodsports and social expectations of the period I nearly went to Fordham University for Medieval Studies, but chose Stanford instead then withdrew as soon as humanly possible before I ever started, as a matter of fact.By this time, my stories accumulated rejection slips faster than the DOW was rising, yet I continued to hope my writing would be the answer I started work on a first novel during a summer writing workshop, and finally finished it some years later, while depending on the refuge of aspiring writers everywhere working customer service and living with family.A second novel, begun with a notebook full of world building concepts and great ambitions, lies dormant in a file my computer can no longer read But when I met Elisha Barber, I knew I was on to something I have to thank a local workshop with Dan Brown slightly before he became THE Dan Brown for my approach to the new project Now I find that once I start reading history, science, sociology, I discover a dozen different stories hiding in the details.I live quietly in New England with my family, where I have just found the right dog to defend the new apple trees from the local whitetail deer population.



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