Graynelore


Stephen Moore’s fantasy novel, GRAYNELORE, is published by HarperVoyager. (Paperback and ebook.)


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 GRAYNELORE is a brutal, lawless world, where a man’s only loyalty is to his grayne (his family). Murder, blackmail, theft and blood-feud are all part of daily life. Faerie tales are myths, strictly for the children. Why then is Rogrig Wishard – a man who likes to solve his problems with his sword – suddenly hearing voices and seeing faeries for real? What makes him embark upon a seemingly ridiculous quest to restore a Faerie Isle to the world? Is he mad or simply faerie-touched?

If he’s going to make any sense of it he’s going to have to go right to the source – the faeries themselves. But that’s easier said than done when the only information he has to go on is from bards and myth.
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A story of divided loyalty. An epic fantasy. A grown-up faerie tale. A blood-soaked mystery. And, in its own twisted way, a kind of love story…
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GRAYNELORE, published by HarperVoyager. (Paperback and ebook.) Available from all good bookstores including:

Amazon.co.uk   HarperCollins   Barnes & Noble   Amazon.com

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