Clifton Hill : Seeking the Veil, Part 1

Seeking the Veil, Part 1

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Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, David Eddings, Robert Jordan, J.R.R. Tolkien

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Seek your Purpose, Seek your Power. Seek the Veil.

Young Hestea left his secret home to fight back against an age-old enemy. But he has no power, only the untested warhammer on his back. With his unwitting magi companion Gunter at his side, they seek their destinies in the cold wilds of Beckenburg.

Joining a band of mercenaries, Hestea will struggle to find his place in a group of unlikely heroes; and when all seems lost: discovers a power within, that he can not explain.

Seeking the Veil is a story of adventure, friendship; and the exciting prequel 3-part series to the Epic Fantasy novel Veil of a Warrior.

CONTENT: Part 1 is approx 60 book pages long, all 3-parts total about 250 pages. There is some violence and gore, minor and infrequent swearing and some implied sex. Recommended for 13 and up, or mature, younger readers.

Editorial Reviews

"A really good medieval fantasy adventure..."

--Ray Nicholson

"Hill paints a very vivid medieval style world, with miniscule details befitting a Martin or Tolkien."--Lars Teeney, Sci-fi author of "The Apostates"

" Clifton Hill has broken down this tale of Hestea into bite sized morsels that pack all of the punch, wonder and atmosphere of the fantasy world. ...
For those not able to sit still through a longer tome, this is enough to get you started on a dark journey that will change a boy to a man."

--Dianne Bylo, aka Dii, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer, Book Blogger for

"The Tension Runs Full Throttle!" for Part 3 that concludes Seeking the Veil.

--Dianne Bylo, aka Dii, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer, Book Blogger for

"Seeking the Veil is...fantastic...purchase Part 2 immediately so that you can read more of the story. The writing is fantastic."

--Susan Pixley

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