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The Last Admiral: Part 3 of the Duaredheim Staff Sagaby Erik D. J. O\'Brien


This prequel to Kur’s Rage is part 3 of The Duaredheim Staff Saga and portrays the final adventures of the 11th Fleet and their last admiral. Stand with Aklon when he receives a fateful letter calling him off to war. Feel his sorrow as he says farewell and leads his armada on a desperate mission. Travel the Underearth with Vlad and Darik as they must journey in secret to the academy in order to thwart a deadly assassin. Do battle with Raythe, the mysterious butler, and Phu as they struggle against Rak Shasa, a demonic entity, and the diabolical Caretakers of the Abyss. Prepare yourself for what may be the longest fantasy naval battle ever written. This epic struggle introduces the terrible general Jing Jang Lo and the ruthless forces of the Dragonian Queen as she seeks to destroy Aklon and his ideals of freedom, and ends with the first chapter of part 4, The Ice Moon.

Erik D. J. O’Brien was born in Salt Lake City in 1966. He received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Massachusetts in 1989, and then volunteered for army service in 1990. Serving with the Third Ranger Battalion at Fort Benning, Georgia, from 1991-1993, he was honorably discharged in 1994. Returning home, he continued his education in creative writing at Emerson College. A lifetime practitioner of martial arts, his other hobbies include illustration and a love of the outdoors. Part 3, The Last Admiral is the prequel to Kur’s Rage, part 1 of the Duaredheim Staff Saga, which began the grand tale of adventure, and continued with part 2, The Drums of Doom. The saga will reach its epic climax in part 4, The Ice Moon. He currently lives in Norwell, Massachusetts.

The Duaredheim Staff Saga includes

Kur’s Rage
The Drums of Doom
The Last Admiral
The Ice Moon

Book Title The Last Admiral: Part 3 of the Duaredheim Staff Saga
Author Erik D. J. O\'Brien
Date Published September 17, 2019
  • e-Book: 9781643457604
  • Paperback: 9781643454436