Exiled - J.R Wagner

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exiled - j.r. wagner
Released: June 5, 2012
Publisher: live oak book co

Synopsis:  "James has never known an ordinary life. As long as he can remember, he and his family have been on the run—moving from place to place, never settling down, never growing roots. Now, just when he’s on the brink of manhood, the very thing his family has been trying to prevent tears him from all he has ever known and thrusts him into a place where he is powerless and alone. 

Bent on finding a way back, James must brave a place reserved for the worst of his kind. He quickly learns that the land itself poses a greater threat than its inhabitants and if he is to have any chance of returning, he must work with the very people he’s been raised to fear.

James has known magic since just after he was born. As a sorcerer, his skills are exceptional yet when he wakes in The Never, his abilities are gone. Armed with nothing but determination and the will to survive, he braves a land wrought with dangers, mysteries and temptations meant to ensnare both body and mind and prevent escape forever."


J.R. Wagner's Exiled - the first in The Never Chronicles -  will be FREE on Amazon Tuesday, August 7 - Wednesday August 8.

About a 15-year-old boy wrongfully accused of murder and banished to The Never, a place where no one escapes, the book is told in “Lost”-like fashion. Every other chapter follows James as he learns to survive in this inhospitable environment, while alternating, non-linear chapters provide the back-story. The two timelines come crashing together as the story progresses, providing readers with that exciting jaw-dropping moment.

Exiled can be found here (and will be at the $0.00 price on those two days only): http://tinyurl.com/GetExiledFree

You can find my review of Exiled by 

clicking here!

Claire Blennerhassett

Reader, Blogger

Twenty-something | book-blogger | tea-drinker | procrastinator | wannabe-writer | student

1 comment:

  1. Ooooh intriguing!! 15 year old wrongly accused of murder? Banished to a non-escapable place? Add in past/present narration and you're kinda, really selling me on this novel! Not that I NEED any more books on my TBR *weary sigh* but... if it's FREE... I how can one pass that up?! Thanks for letting us know!


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