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In the West, a fragile peace has held the bickering provinces of Adjuria together for the past twenty years. In the East, the Empire of Jonguria has been bound together for generations by force. 

But now both countries are losing their grip. Will an Adjurian Royal Council offer up a solution, or will politics prevail? Can two ancient enemies bind their wounds, or is their hope for reconciliation, the Jongurian Mission, doomed from the start? 

No one has visited Jonguria in years, until now. A motley group of aging war veterans is tasked with opening up the reclusive country. But when the peaceful mission comes under attack on sea and land, it quickly becomes a race to survive. 

Stranded in the country they once fought against, the men quickly become the hunted. Can they race north to the narrow desert isthmus hundreds of miles away, or will Jonguria have its way with them? 

The Jongurian Trilogy: Book 1. 296 Pages. 116,000 Words. 

Trouble in Jonguria 

The Jongurian Mission is over and it’s time to pick up the pieces. 

In the East the rebel Warlord Zhou Lao strengthens his grip on the country of Jonguria while in the West new plots are hatched that could once again put Adjuria on the path to civil war. 

King Rowan of Adjuria rushes to the Isthmus, but after an assassination attempt against him fails, a new mission, one of secret and subterfuge, is launched. Zhou Lao continues his attempts to unify the country under his own flag, even while his new accomplice, 

Grandon Fray, former King of Adjuria, begins to have his doubts. And a young man named Bryn Fellows, little more than a boy, fights to keep the two nations from war. 

When the king of Adjuria decides that he’ll take it upon himself to have an audience with the Jongurian emperor, all deals are off. A perilous mission is started, and it’s clear that there will be trouble in Jonguria. 

The Jongurian Trilogy: Book 2. 322 Pages. 125,000 Words. 

The Jongurian Resolution 

The Trouble in Jonguria has spread to neighboring Adjuria, and war looks imminent. 

In the East the emperor looks ready to topple as Warlord Zhou Lao and deposed king Grandon Fray try to overthrow the country. Will the rebels take hold of power or will plots within plots thwart their well-laid plans? 

In the West the provinces rally for war as Jossen Fray gets closer than ever to fulfilling his diabolical schemes. Will the Civil War of a generation ago repeat itself once again on the bloody fields of Baden?

Find out as a group of ragtag diplomats, war heroes, kings, rebels, and common farmers try to bring peace in this exciting conclusion to The Jongurian Trilogy. 

The Jongurian Trilogy: Book Three. 309 Pages. 114,000 Words. 

The Jongurian Trilogy sets you on a dazzling journey through mesmerizing lands filled with unforgettable characters that will thrill fantasy lovers young and old alike. A truly epic read that transcends the fantasy eBook genre! 

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
February 11
Greg Strandberg
Draft2Digital, LLC

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