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The Order of Right by P. D. Roy
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The Order of Right

by P. D. Roy

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It is an epic medieval fantasy that deviates from the norm. The story is narrated as a legend written down by one of the main protagonists, Raelic, who is a scholar. This first volume of a larger story traces his earliest memories to the time of great upheaval. His own drama involves his aspirations to his guardian's vaunted position, and his uncertainty about his own lineage. His guardian sets him on an unusual path for a scholar, to have him trained in crafts, self-defense and survival skills in addition to the tomes.

When Raelic is 19, the character Lucian arrives and immediately becomes a rival for the approval of Raelic's guardian. Lucian also soon wins approval from the court, and within a few months, half of the town. The last few days of this volume are filled with a lot of drama and plot twists, and this volume ends with the establishment of the secret Order of Right to track down the crafty and deceptive Lucian, who manages to draw out his large following with him. This is only the beginning of greater drama to come. ( )
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