The Chronicles of Salduwe Book I
About the Book
Isolated for nearly five hundred years, an eastern tribal culture becomes embroiled in a fight for survival. A giant roc fleeing to the west is intercepted and brought down by battle hawks. It hurls a package into a pond as its dying act. The package, retrieved by a young warrior and his sister, proves to be one of the missing stones of power. These warriors are thrown into a maelstrom of adventure as they attempt to return this and a matching power stone to the west, the last stronghold against a growing menace that threatens their world.
About the Author
Dave Scorza has spent several years working overseas as a linguist and translator among different people groups. Finding a wealth of cultural tradition among these people, he has recorded much of their lifestyles. A fantasy buff from early childhood, he read the classic works of P.Anthony, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, LeGuin, Lawhead and others.
While on leave in the USA, he would invent short fantasy
tales for his two middle-school aged children as they traveled across the USA by car. The series “The Chronicles of Salduwe” is the result of these tales gathered together in three books. He claims, “It’s my children’s fault.”