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The End of Archerland by H. R. Coursen
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The End of Archerland

by H. R. Coursen

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Archerland is at peace. Even the island kingdom's nemesis, Mazlund, is quiet, living as a private citizen near the city of Corilus. Best of all, a new queen is coming from a faraway kingdom to marry Mark, King of Archerland. After the decades of conflict between Archerland and the Darkforce of Mazlund, the end of history is at hand. But, soon the new queen, Glorimere, is being led to the stake of execution, and along a stretch of beach, a battle rages between the monarch and rebels. Meanwhile, the rumble of tectonic plates shakes the firm earth of Archerland and sends trembles out into the surrounding ocean. Will anyone escape? About the Author: H. R. Coursen's 33rd book of poetry, Maine Seasons, with photography by John Schwartz, will soon appear from Just Write Books. Coursen lives in Brunswick, Maine, lectures in Shakespeare at Bowdoin College and the Universtity of Maine (Augusta), and teaches at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Southern New Hampshire University.

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