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By F.F. McCulligan | Comments: ( 863 ) | Date: ( Dec 11, 2019 )

Three Great Cities remain while all others have fallen to the forces of evil Deagan Wingrat is a battle hardened knight in the squalid city of Darkwell That is until his drastic actions during a raid in the Border Lands call his loyalty into question and he is cast out of the knighthood for good He is forced to give back his golden chain, his white belt, and worst of alThree Great Cities remain while all others have fallen to the forces of evil Deagan Wingrat is a battle hardened knight in the squalid city of Darkwell That is until his drastic actions during a raid in the Border Lands call his loyalty into question and he is cast out of the knighthood for good He is forced to give back his golden chain, his white belt, and worst of all, his warhorse, Maggie He is, however, allowed to keep his sword, and before long he needs it He turns to his longtime friend Kellen Wayfield, a charming merchant with a questionable past who becomes alarmed when one of his trade caravans fails to return from its voyage to the nearby city of Haven Meanwhile Guard Androth of Haven is sworn to silence yet knows secrets that could expose a villainous plot involving the Royal Lord the same lord that the black knight is oath sworn to protect And Sir Oscar, chief of the Dragon Riders, is foiled at every turn as his knights are used as pawns in a deadly game The city of Haven is falling Deagan and the others must try to stop it, but at what cost


  • Title: The Cost of Haven
  • Author: F.F. McCulligan
  • ISBN: 9781466987081
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

F.F. McCulligan

F.F MCCULLIGAN was born in the great state of Vermont, where bed time stories of Hobbits, Marshwiggles, Star bellied Sneeches, and magic rings kindled the light of his imagination Fantasy fiction was McCulligan s first love.His next was the wilderness, where many of his days have been spent learning, working, and teaching Having experienced the empowerment of wilderness excursions as a teen, McCulligan chose to provide the same experience for others His outdoor education career has lasted since he graduated from Sterling College five years ago with a B.A in Conservation Ecology.McCulligan s land ethic has developed into a way of life that seeks to conserve what can be conserved in every action and every decision throughout the day He shares this ethic with his lovely wife, who he found in the woods and took home with him.In 2011, McCulligan picked up the pen, writing his first novel, THE COST OF HAVEN, when he was between shifts as a wilderness guide Then in the spring of 2013 he published it through Trafford Publishing The book reflects many aspects of McCulligan s life including his land ethic, his personal story, and his close knit friendships.



Comments The Cost of Haven

  • Jackmccullough

    A disgraced knight; a merchant of dubious virtue; an athletic butler; and a mysterious, silent royal guard. These are among the central characters in this engrossing tale of danger, treachery, and war among humans, dragons, and the undead.When Deagan Wingrat--oops, Sir Deagan Wingrat--is summoned to his lord's castle he knows it's not a good sign, and he also knows he lacks the temperament needed to mollify an angry ruler. He knows he's done something serious, but it takes us a while to learn wh [...]


  • John Mccormick

    At the tender age of 55 and over 35 years of regular book reading this was my first Fantasy novel, but on this evidence it won’t be my last.It is an exciting all action page turner full of derring-do and betrayal, there is even time for a sweet love story. The writing is so descriptive and imaginative you almost feel a part of this “olde” world.The book is chock full of colourful characters heroic knights both male and female, grotesque living dead threatening our heroes at every turn, dra [...]


  • Kyra Halland

    Kyra's Star Ratings:Story: * * * *Characters: * * * * *Writing Mechanics: * * *Traditional fantasy set in a world that is being overrun with evil forces and vast armies of the undead, where even the afterlife is at risk. A former knight, a former pirate turned "trader" (aka smuggler), his butler, and a mysterious (view spoiler)[female knight (hide spoiler)] join forces with a troop of dragon riders and a group of refugees to take on corrupt rulers and try to hold off the undead armies threatenin [...]


  • Senecacat

    I really enjoyed this book. For me it had the right mix of action, suspense, and humor. The story kept me interested throughout. McCulligan did a nice job of developing several main characters sufficiently to provide reasonable depth without getting bogged down. The good guys were all quite likable. They weren't perfect people, but their imperfections did not tarnish their white hats.I liked the change of perspective from chapter to chapter. I also liked the brief glimpse at what it might be lik [...]


  • Adam

    Brilliant Debut. Yes, it has it's faults but what Debut doesn't?The characters were well written, with dialogue that made each one an indevidual. Kellen Wayfield is a spectacular character, I just had to keep reading just to reach his chapters.Dialogue was good.Story was good.World was interesting.I'd love to read more about Kellen and the story of Rory and Ragtail.I'll definately get the sequal.


  • Kenna

    I received this book for free from a giveaway. The characters were colorful, and showed a depth of friendship, loyalty and pride that fulfills this tale. I enjoyed the villains, and the war that placed true evil, against flawed, but strong hero's.


  • Rowan

    Despite the bleakness of the world McCulligan presents in The Cost of Haven, he is, it seems, refreshingly uninterested in painting his characters in unending shades of gray. In Deagan, Androth, Kellen, Rory, Oscar, and Luthan, McCulligan presents a team of heroes that are truly and actually heroic. They are nuanced, well-developed, and lovable characters, and McCulligan knows they can be taken seriously without tarnishing their virtues. Remarkably, McCulligan manages to breathe reality into his [...]


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