The Thinara King was named a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. More recently, it won a Chaucer First Place award, snagging the coveted blue ribbon for best in Ancient History!
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Ash, earthquakes and tsunamis devastate Crete.
The will of the survivors fades as the skies remain dark and frost blackens the crops. Aridela must find a way to revive the spirit of her people along with rebuilding her country’s defenses.
More threats loom on the horizon. Greek kingdoms see a weakened Crete as easy prey.
And now Chrysaleon, he who carries the ancient title of Thinara King, feels the shadow of Death over his shoulder. Will he thwart his fate? No other man ever has.
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Photo Mt. Etna: «04Sep2007 Etna from SE Crater» de Jason Bott, Christopher Berger, Pete Garza – Trabajo propio. Disponible bajo la licencia Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 vía Wikimedia Commons – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:04Sep2007_Etna_from_SE_Crater.jpg#mediaviewer/Archivo:04Sep2007_Etna_from_SE_Crater.jpg
The island now called Santorini has had many names throughout the centuries. One of the oldest known names, and the one I use, is Callisti. In ancient Greek, it means “The Most Beautiful,” and is alternately spelled Kalliste.
Strongyle, another of Santorini’s ancient names, meant, “The Round One.”
Thera, another name long used for this volcanic island, can be translated as