July 20, 2011
Oakville, Ontario, Canada (RPRN) 07/20/11 — From the dark mind of Richard Todd that brought you 'The Madness of Avlon Klynn' comes a new and terrifying fantasy world that is set to terrorize you no matter what.
The Land of Waller: Tyranny of Talin
On a journey to find a young man, Reid, Bob, and Rachel encounter a bird like elf that can transform into an elf which is called Corp. He tells them that he needs them to locate a forgotten sword and they leave to do his bidding, what they don’t know is he has found Gemmel who was an agent of darkness, but has lost his memory of what he was before.
Staying hidden Gemmel meets a young and attractive young elf named Linda. She helps him to release his magic but only to a certain extent, since she is afraid that if the training goes to fast he might go up against them once more.
Off in his own Palace, Talin schemes to get another foot hold into the Land of Waller. He has a heavy price to pay as he discovers that there are more than enough demons and shadows that block his way. One of them is Cole, a former fallen elf that intends to stop Talin or any that may get in his path. Only to find out that his own birth brother has been scheming to destroy the inner council and him as well.
Richard William Todd
Born and raised in Oakville, Ontario, Canada continues writing his fantasy books as he has sets his sights on other up coming projects. Besides being a author he's also a extra for the Toronto area of the Entertainment Industry, at the moment he's working on a few books that he had in delveopment for some time.
Author, actor and extra Richard plunges on as a producer for a new film. In his first attempt he plans on making strides for the rest of his life.
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