Brick Cave Media™ announced the availability of the newest novel of J.A. Giunta, The Warden’s Legacy, in hardbound format (AMZ | B&N). Brick Cave also announced a promotional contest for readers to win copy of the new book.
“We are excited to be bringing this new title to our readers that love hardbound formats.” shared Bob Nelson, Brick Cave’s Publisher. “The book on the outside is just as spectacular as the story within.”
Win a Copy
Also, Brick Cave announced that their latest contest, to win one of 10 copies of the book, will conclude on Monday, May 31. The contest includes 10 winners that each receive the following:
- 1x Hard Bound edition of The Warden’s Legacy, autographed by the author. ($27 Value)
- 1x $20 Gift Certificate to our very own BrickCaveMedia.com online bookstore. ($20 Value)
- 1x Year Membership to the BC Book Club as a Sapphire Dragon Member ($60 Value)
- Posters, Bookmarks and even more fun swag
About The Warden’s Legacy
For centuries, dragons fought to rule all. Driven by rage, corrupted by darkness, they were a scourge of fire and fury that would not abate. Only humans stood in their way, a brave few in each generation born with magic. Wardens, as they were called, used their power to shield others and fight back the dragon menace. But the dragons were cunning and used guile to destroy their enemy from within.
When the Wardens fell, the world fell with them.
Without their protectors, humanity was hunted to the ends of Eralle and eventually to extinction. Cities burned beneath the onslaught, with every forest in between. Trees wilted into ash and did not grow back. Food became scarce, life even scarcer. Older dragons chose to hibernate, while the rest were forced to scavenge or turn on one another.
All had seemed lost, until a young dragon came upon a human egg, one fashioned of Warden magic. Inside the wooden shell was a promise of renewal, a helpless infant boy that could coax trees to grow by touch. He carried within him not only a chance at redemption for all dragons but the gift of hope that would become…
…the Warden’s legacy.