The Last King's Amulet

By Chris Northern

Fantasy | Paperback, eBook


Trained in his youth for war and politics, Sumto is interested in neither. As the son of a Patron, he should gather clients, acquire wealth, learn magic, and take his place amongst the Assembly of Patrons, the rulers of the city. Sumto would rather gather friends, acquire books, and take his place at the gambling tables. Unknown to Sumto, everything is about to change. There is a war in the north, and Sumto is about to become a very unwilling participant. The first of four novels that follow the development of Sumto, a man unknowingly manipulated by someone determined to shape him for his own ends...



In between bouts of writing, Chris Northern does other things. He says he has no hobbies of his own, but is more than happy to go do things that other people enjoy. Exploring caves, wondering around castles and hiking are just a few examples. Swimming is pretty much out, though. No gills, no swimming. Boats are okay, just so long as they work. He does not get seasick. Or airsick. Chris Northern lives wherever he happens to be and will move at the drop of a hat. Any hat. To anywhere. Though if it is cold he will likely not stay long. Just long enough to drive a 4X4 over a glacier, maybe. He is often to be found eying the horizon; shortly thereafter, he is often found to be gone.


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In between bouts of writing, Chris Northern does other things. He says he has no hobbies of his own, but is more than happy to go do things that other people enjoy. Exploring caves, wondering around castles and hiking are just a few examples. Swimming is pretty much out, though. No gills, no swimming. Boats are okay, just so long as they work. He does not get seasick. Or airsick. Chris Northern...


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