author and writer...
Harrison Davies is the author of the popular Aduramis Chronicles. He first became interested in writing at an early age. His first novel, a thriller of 40,000 words was completed at age twelve, and since then, Destiny of the Wulf has been published and soon book two entitled ‘Underworld’ will be released.
He was born in Hartlepool in 1973, and grew up a typical 70’s child, bad hair and even worse clothes. Books have always held a fascination for him. He would daydream for hours allowing his imagination to run wild, and even now, as he writes, his mind is ensconced in the worlds he creates. His hope is that you will also become lost in his literary world. He lives with his partner in Newcastle upon Tyne, a parrot called Oliver and a dog named Patch.
Destiny of the Wulf
Consistently receiving 4 to 5 star reviews and compared to George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones, Destiny of the Wulf is one book you cannot afford to miss.
DESTINY HAS CHOSEN THEM, DEATH WILL MAKE THEM PAY. Death desires to rule as king of the gods, and is poised to ignite a war in the heavens that would consume all life on the distant world of Er'ath. Brothers Coinin and Marrok are thrust into a world of magic and summoned to a secret temple, where an ancient mage brotherhood tells of a great destiny that has surrounded them since before they were born. Now the fate of this world hangs in the balance, and it is left to Coinin and Marrok to seek the Swords of Cerathil and save their home from destruction. Treachery and deceit haunt them, and their very relationship is put to the test, as the ultimate battle for survival begins...
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UNDERWORLD - Freely available
Harrison is excited to announce the release of book two of The Aduramis Chronicles. It is entitled 'Underworld' and is the continuation of the adventures of Coinin and Marrok. If you haven't already, we would advise obtaining a copy of Destiny of the Wulf and bring yourself up to speed with this gripping fantasy fiction.
Beaten and bloodied following a battle with Death, Coinin Wulf sets out to take the fight to Lordich Secracar, the dark wizard he believes has kidnapped his brother Marrok.
Continuing the adventures of Coinin and Marrok Wulf, immediately following events found in Destiny of the Wulf.
Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, EnglandE-mail: harrison(at)harrisondavies.com