Traveler: Book One of the Druid Chronicles

J. Paige Dunn

Traveler:  Book One of the Druid Chronicles by J. Paige Dunn
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fiction Fantasy, Romance
For readers of:J. R. R. Tolkien, Terry Brooks, Kim Harrison, Orson Scott Card, Dan Wells
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Print Length322 paperback pages
ISBN978-1-940882-02-4
Publisher5 Elements Press
Publication DateDecember 19, 2013
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

In the century since the world was torn apart in the Fracture, nearly all civilization and technology have been swept away. Mankind has been brought to its knees, leaving the world's population a remnant of what it once was.

Now, with the earth quietly slumbering once more, her remaining human children continue to rebuild with precious little knowledge of the old world. In the tradition of those brave souls who first ventured out into the devastated landscape, Davis travels the ancient roads, not much caring where his steps take him, so long as it is away from his troubled past.

When a mysterious young woman crosses his path, claiming to be a druid with magical powers, Davis has a difficult choice to make — Should he help in her quest to heal the world of devastation, or follow his own will, continuing to lead the life of a Traveler?

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About the Author

I love to read (what writer doesn’t?). Stephen King, Terry Brooks, Kim Harrison, and Christopher Moore are some of my favorites, as well as the master, J.R.R. Tolkien. I also like running, drawing, archery, riding horses, knitting, and am interested in pretty much anything that would help me to survive the zombie apocalypse.

I’m married to an incredible guy who shares my love of video games. We’re both incurable geeks and our household includes younger geeks who delight in displaying their nerd pride. Even though I’m far too young to be a grandmother, I am still proud to be “Gamma” to my darling granddaughter. My daughter came up with the title. It might be a reference to the Hulk, gamma radiation, and losing one’s temper. Becoming a published author has been my lifelong dream. I’ve written four novels in the last three years, and look forward to continuing to write and publish. If my writing brings you inspiration, or just takes you away from reality for a while, then I’m happy. This is my calling in life, and I’m excited and thrilled to share it with you.