The Orb of Chalar

A Trilogy of the Land of Donothor: Part Two

by Benjamin Towe


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/28/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 384
ISBN : 9781425922931
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 384
ISBN : 9781425922924

About the Book

The world of Donothor was a child feeling the pangs of growth. A just man and his family labor to unite the peoples of Donothor against beasts and lawlessness. Dark Magick of utmost power carries ancient evil to Donothor. Childhood is spoiled. Alliances of dwarves, men, gray elves, prismatic dragons and Light Sorcerers oppose the alliances of goblins, hobgoblins, ogres, giants, black dragons, dark elves, and Dark Sorcerers. An aberration of Magick creates a breach between two very different worlds. These worlds become entangled. Peoples of both worlds struggle against the forces of Dark Magick. They must face a myriad of fantastic beasts. What courses should they take? How will events in one world affect the other? Can ancient powers overcome the evil? What are the keys to victory?


About the Author

Ben Towe grew up in Carroll County, Virginia. He graduated from Mt. Airy (NC) High School in 1968, Davidson College in 1972, and the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1976. He served in the United States Army Medical Corps from 1976 to 1981. He has practiced Family Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, since 1981. He has been married to Libby Dawson since 1973, and has three daughters; Heather, Mandi, and Sheri, and a son-in-law Grant. Ben enjoys fantasy novels and lists among his heroes JRR Tolkien, Carl Sagan, Gene Roddenberry, Terry Brooks, Piers Anthony, Ray Bradbury, and Peter Jackson. Ben thanks his family for their support; Greg and Grant for their computer savvy; the intrepid D&D party of the early 80’s; Roy, Lib, Sherry, John, Janet, Don, Gary, Jane, and all the hirelings; his father-in-law Garnett Dawson for being -“the “embodiment of a good man.” Ben gives special thanks to Cecilia Ware for the cover illustration.