A world on the brink of war. A quest for vengeance. A secret that could change everything.
Dean and Eldric Whittaker have never known their parents. Orphaned in a pirate attack on their village, they were raised by the mysterious wizard, Rorschach. The only clue to their heritage, their strange abilities to control the power of Fire and Ice.
Harboring a hate for the pirate lords and a thirst for revenge, the brothers set out on their own voyage to hunt down and kill the man who murdered their parents. But in a world inhabited by monsters and ruled by men with the power of gods, can they survive long enough to achieve their goal?
Crossbones is the first installment in a series of swashbuckling fantasy novels.
If you like action-packed battles, swashbuckling heroes, and witty one-liners, then you’ll love Stefan M. Nardi’s epic high seas adventure.
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Stefan M. Nardi grew up on a healthy diet of books, books and more books (pretty sure there was some lollies and other junk in there too). He read his first fantasy novel, Deltora Quest when he was 6 years old. Coincidently it was about the same time that his dad sat him in front of the TV and put Star Wars in the VCR. From then on he was hooked, he consumed every fantasy and science fiction novel, television show and movie he could get his hands on. He is now a self-confessed nerd and can be found most days with his eyes glued to a television or wedged firmly in the pages of a book.
After writing many horrible first chapters of various stories which usually ended up in the bin, in 2015, at the ripe old age of 21, he managed to get to the second chapter of (and eventually complete) a story and released his first fantasy serial ‘Crossbones’.
He currently lives in Brisbane, Australia with his loving girlfriend (Hi sweetie!) and his wonderful parents and brother. He also now feels like one of those annoying people who talk about themselves in the third person all the time and is going to stop now. He promises.