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A disgraced royal guard who failed in protecting his king hunts down those who cost him more than just his honor.

©2018 Martin Wilsey (P)2020 Martin Wilsey

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Somebody please make this into a movie

If I hashtag HBO, do you think they’ll see this?

Mr. Wilsey writes excellent sci-fi books, but here’s a shocking twist! He’s been keeping his talent for Epic Fantasy/swords and sorcery from us! As a writer of many talents, I cannot wait for the next installment of Thorne. He’s the badass we didn’t know we needed.

Oh, and #hbo.

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A wonderful time reading it

Story was great, I could tell a twist was coming since the start, however the twist was not what I expected and I love it. Story was great and concluded very well.

The ending was not what I would’ve expected just reading a few chapters in. It was much better irl.

This is a nitpick, but I think a short epilogue would’ve made the whole story much more satisfying than it already is.

Overall, I think this short story is great and I enjoyed it alot.