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Sprenger and Soekka worried about few things growing up in their village of ancient fighters; train hard and they could be the best, be confident but not arrogant with their abilities, and fight for their home, even if it costs their lives. But as the boys rise to the top of their class, their lives become muddled with secrets of their families long dead.
Stories begin to become histories and the boys learn of monstrous animals that once resided in their forest and the fighters that tamed them. One secret after another leads the boys to the greatest discoveries of their lives, and the greatest deceptions of their village. With the ghosts of their parents haunting their every thought and the guidance of the most feared fighter in their village, Soekka and Sprenger must decide who to trust and who to betray. Quickly, the boys learn that secrets are sometimes kept for a very good reason…
Copyright © 2014 by Justin Kaiser
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