The Sword of Bere'dn: A Story of Dyurndale

By Dylan J. Marquis

Fantasy, General fiction, Sci-Fi | Paperback, eBook


“I’ve spent my whole life waiting for an adventure that only existed in story books and fantasy. Now that I’ve died, I get to see what kind of adventure there really is.” Have you ever wondered what happens to you after you die? There are plenty of beliefs and theories about what the final destination is but what about the journey in between? This is a story about a man who died and discovers the truth behind the mystery. To reach his final destination, he will have to fight his way through a world fraught with giants of earth, enemies of fire, dragons of the sea, and hordes of enemies who wish to disprove the rumors of his coming. All the while he must discover what it means to be a hero and how to wield the blazing sword of Bere’dn.



Dylan Marquis is an American author of fantasy fiction. He currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina with his wife and children where he works in the aerospace industry. The excitement of reading and imagining great stories is a passion of his that started at a young age; writing and drawing illegible tales and imagining other worlds. He has long had the desire to publish the stories growing in his mind but only recently harnessed the true meaning of writing for the sake of the story.


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Dylan Marquis is an American author of fantasy fiction. He currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina with his wife and children where he works in the aerospace industry. The excitement of reading and imagining great stories is a passion of his that started at a young age; writing and drawing illegible tales and imagining other worlds. He has long had the desire to publish the stories growing i...


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