Les Abysses de Morkër | The Chasms of Morkër
"La légende de Lezardo Da Vinci" series #3by Daniel L. Moisan
In an epic series that is way out of the ordinary, fiction and history combine to create La Légende de Lezardo Da Vinci [The Legend of Lezardo Da Vinci]. Following the first volume, Après La Renaissance [After the Renaissance], and the second, L’Affrontement [The Confrontation], here is Les Abysses de Morkër. This episode takes us from Rome to Sweden’s hinterland by way of Spain and Bulgaria on another odyssey that is rich in plot twists and searching questions. Moisan’s fantasy universe mixes adventure with legend and magic against a thoroughly researched historical backdrop where fictional characters meet Luther, Machiavelli, the Chevaliers d’Avignon and other dominant figures of the period. It’s up to the reader to separate the true from the false while being carried along by this extraordinary epic. The adventures of the Italian reptile man give rise to deeper questions about the meaning of life itself, set during a major turning point in human history – the advent of the Renaissance, following the dark centuries of the Middle Ages. The series has been translated into Spanish and will soon be adapted to the big screen – the rights have been sold – and Volume 3 makes it more mesmerizing and intriguing than ever. Get ready to read! The unique historical fantasy adventure continues!
Daniel L. Moisan, author
Daniel L. Moisan is a multidisciplinary artist who is originally from Quebec City. Since 1990, he has served as the Artistic and Executive Director of Moisan Marketing, while also performing as a singer-songwriter and leader of the rock band Mosquito-B. As he was travelling and touring from Nashville to London by way of New England, he was inspired to write La Légende de Lezardo Da Vinci. He first invented the character and his adventures as bedtime stories for his children.
Rights Holder: Éditions Sylvain Harvey
rights sold: Spanish (Mexico)
rights available: World
age range: 13 and up
number of pages: 200
Original language of pub: French | Français
Materials Available: finished book