While investigating a mysterious fog and otherworldly howling, Claradon’s father, the lord of Dor Eotrus, went missing, along with all his men, heroes all. Now it’s up to Claradon to take up the banner of his noble house and hold back a tide of darkness that threatens to overrun Midgaard and destroy all that he holds dear.
PRAISE FOR GLENN G. THATER’S HARBINGER OF DOOM SAGA:
“… a masterfully crafted epic fantasy about the ages old struggle between good and evil.” —- Carol Marrs Phipps, author of Elf Killers
“I am not exaggerating when I say that excellence is in every part of this book – from the dialogue, the settings, the pacing, the plot, to the overall feel of the story… a classic in the making.” —– Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands.
“…a must read for all fans of classic sword and sorcery. A blend of Howard, Moorcock, Wagner, with a twist of Lovecraft. Well written and hugely entertaining.” —- Jimmyonly (an Amazon reviewer)
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About the Author
I’ve done lots of things. I’ve gotten degrees and taken advanced courses in various fields: physics, engineering, religious studies, history. I’ve taught college courses, been a physicist, a licensed professional engineer, and I’ve investigated some of the most complex and high profile engineering disasters of the last twenty years. I’ve even testified as a forensic engineering expert before the supreme court of the State of New York. After reading the battle scenes in my books, some of my readers have asked me whether I also used to be a spy or a Special Forces operative. I can’t comment on that, I tell them. My non-fiction work has been read around the world. I write some of that every day, and I still enjoy it. But all my life, for fun, I’ve written fantasy stories. I started writing them before I did any of the things I mentioned above, and I’ll probably keep writing them for as long as I’m around. A few years ago, I decided to get them published so others can read them too.