Children of Kathaldi Book One


“Look, I’m not writing this to feed my ego. Or to get free drinks, or have ladies throw themselves at me. I’m sure that will all happen, but it’s not why I am doing this.” – Dirk in chapter 1.

“The hero is a sarcastic, anti-social jerk, which is why he’s perfect.” Dan Gookin, international bestselling author

“If David Eddings, Joe Abercrombie and Douglas Adams had their brains sucked out and blended together then reanimated they would write a book like this.” RK Billiau, author of Primeverse

★★★★★

A thief with dreams of adventure. An eternal battle against the Gods. Free drinks and grateful women.

Dirk is a scoundrel. Some would say a jerk. He’ll admit it. But his ambition only goes as far as his next heist. It’s not that he’s against noble causes or grand adventures. To hear him tell it, he’s had a few. As long as there’s something in it for him.

But when a childhood friend shows up with an unbelievable tale, Dirk must decide if he really is up for adventure worthy of the songs of bards. The last time the Kathaldi battled the Gods, they nearly destroyed the world. Can Dirk and his companions prevent the world from sliding into chaos once more?

If women and treasure await, he’s going to give it his best shot.

Come explore a richly detailed world of madness, monsters and mayhem, and help write the next chapter of The Kathaldi Chronicles.

$17.46

Book Details

Narrator

Alan Adelberg

About The Author

Ron Lahr

“Look, I’m not writing this to feed my ego. Or to get free drinks, or have ladies throw themselves at me. I’m sure that will all happen, but it’s not why I am doing this.” – Dirk in chapter 1.

“The hero is a sarcastic, anti-social jerk, which is why he’s perfect.” Dan Gookin, international bestselling author

“If David Eddings, Joe Abercrombie and Douglas Adams had their brains sucked out and blended together then reanimated they would write a book like this.” RK Billiau, author of Primeverse

★★★★★

A thief with dreams of adventure. An eternal battle against the Gods. Free drinks and grateful women.

Dirk is a scoundrel. Some would say a jerk. He’ll admit it. But his ambition only goes as far as his next heist. It’s not that he’s against noble causes or grand adventures. To hear him tell it, he’s had a few. As long as there’s something in it for him.

But when a childhood friend shows up with an unbelievable tale, Dirk must decide if he really is up for adventure worthy of the songs of bards. The last time the Kathaldi battled the Gods, they nearly destroyed the world. Can Dirk and his companions prevent the world from sliding into chaos once more?

If women and treasure await, he’s going to give it his best shot.

Come explore a richly detailed world of madness, monsters and mayhem, and help write the next chapter of The Kathaldi Chronicles.