The Messenger

by Cody Cole

About the Book

In The Seven Realms of Pythus, stories of messengers filled the air of bustling taverns and the pages of bedtime stories. Identified by their stark red scarves and Kretian Paints, they were some of the most notable and important factors in Pythus’ rise to Kinghood, and the seemingly eternal peace that came after. Centuries into that peace, though there were couriers still, none were known to live up to the legends. Except for one. In the Spring of 864 A.E., a small courier, still holding on to the old ways, was tasked with delivering a letter that held the potential to alter the course of history itself. “In a world without war for nearly a thousand years, one tends to wonder what secrets lurk in the shadows.”

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