By H. Jonas Rhynedahll
Mar used to be a thief. now not a cutpurse – or, no less than, rarely – yet a real outlaw denizen of the rooftops. He stole from the wealthy, and occasionally from the now not so wealthy, and, if fact have been to learn, even from the bad if he was once hungry adequate.
He had grown up at the streets of Khalar, the final urban of the wonderful Empire of the North, and thievery was once easily the lifestyles that he were dealt.
He took massive satisfaction within the indisputable fact that he used to be an outstanding thief -- he nonetheless had his head.
But whilst an ill-advised robbery went horribly fallacious and the full urban rose as much as crucify him, he had no selection yet to escape into the nice Waste with an insane scrapper. There he spent his days, baking within the cruel sunlight as he dug for bits of steel in an historic sundered city.
And then he chanced on a door.
And, being a thief, he unlocked it.
Orphan is an epic myth novel of 99,180 words.
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