The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres, Book 1: The Journey
Jeco is a 12-year-old blacksmith's apprentice. His parents are dead, and Dalian the blacksmith treats him as family. Jeco spends his days helping in the smithy, picking mushrooms in the nearby forest, and reading his beloved books. His best friend, a huge golden-yellow dog Gart, follows him everywhere.
One day Jeco is visited by an elgur, a spiritual being, normally invisible but able to show himself to humans and communicate with them. The elgur tell... The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres, Book 2: The Palace
“The Palace” is Book 2 of “The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres” trilogy. Since this is a trilogy, not a series, the plot of the second book heavily depends on the first, so I believe I should start with Book 1.
The story unfolds in a fictitious world where the god of the story is known as the lord of the heavens, or simply the Light, and is not followed by many. Jeco, a hard working twelve-year-old blacksmith's apprentice, is an exception. Raised by a p... The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres, Book 3: The Battle
This is the last installment in Laura Lond's "The Adventures of Jecosan Tarres" trilogy. Jeco, the blacksmith's apprentice who in the first two books had made it to serve as a scribe at the palace of King Alvard III, is falsely accused of treason by the evil Baron Kagarlak and thrown in jail by the king. Rescued by Telm the elgur, Jeco flees for his life together with his two friends, Dalian the blacksmith and Lord Farizel. The king, convinced that both ...
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