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It has been twenty years since the island nation of Great Hale
conquered the New World and became an empire. Lord Percival Wilmore,
the Hero of Naruna Isle, has been the governor of the New Jucata since
the war’s end, and it has been his life’s work to make the colony a
peaceful and prosperous part of the Halan Empire. By all accounts, he
has succeeded. The city-states of Old Jucata have been dominated
utterly, the old religion has been completely supplanted by the Halan
faith of the White Veil, and Jucatan goods have made Great Hale the
envy of the world. He is beloved by the people, and he has ensured
that this Halan colony is built to last.

But New Jucata’s future is not as secure as it seems. As the head of
state for the colony, Lord Wilmore is the highest legal authority in
the land, and he is called upon to try a most curious prisoner. The
events and outcome of this interrogation threaten to tear Halan Rule
of Law apart and bring anarchy to the region.

Pandemona stands accused of being a Pak Shar - a dangerous and
seductive demon previously seen only in Veil mythology. With her
scarlet skin, lithe tail, and dainty set of horns, she certainly looks
the part. Her way with words and alluring demeanor only serve to
underscore this perception. Under Halan law, the punishment for being
a demon is death by fire at the stake, but Pandemona is entitled to a
fair trial by Lord Wilmore and the colony’s Curate before she can be
convicted and executed. This interrogation is her only chance to
escape. She must use all of her wit and guile to survive.

Is Pandemona really what she appears to be? What is she here to
accomplish? Is she an evil and subversive creature, sent from the
Abyss to torment mankind? Or is she simply disfigured and
misunderstood? Whatever the truth may be, her presence is not a good
omen.

The Ballad of Iron Percy is a song of glorious triumph, written to
honor Lord Wilmore’s victory against overwhelming odds in the Conquest
War. It is an iconic tune in New Jucata. The specifics of the verses
vary in each separate rendition, but the overall tone is one of
bravery, achievement, and joy.

Unfortunately for Iron Percy, his Ballad is not yet over…

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It has been twenty years since the island nation of Great Hale
conquered the New World and became an empire. Lord Percival Wilmore,
the Hero of Naruna Isle, has been the governor of the New Jucata since
the war’s end, and it has been his life’s work to make the colony a
peaceful and prosperous part of the Halan Empire. By all accounts, he
has succeeded. The city-states of Old Jucata have been dominated
utterly, the old religion has been completely supplanted by the Halan
faith of the White Veil, and Jucatan goods have made Great Hale the
envy of the world. He is beloved by the people, and he has ensured
that this Halan colony is built to last.

But New Jucata’s future is not as secure as it seems. As the head of
state for the colony, Lord Wilmore is the highest legal authority in
the land, and he is called upon to try a most curious prisoner. The
events and outcome of this interrogation threaten to tear Halan Rule
of Law apart and bring anarchy to the region.

Pandemona stands accused of being a Pak Shar - a dangerous and
seductive demon previously seen only in Veil mythology. With her
scarlet skin, lithe tail, and dainty set of horns, she certainly looks
the part. Her way with words and alluring demeanor only serve to
underscore this perception. Under Halan law, the punishment for being
a demon is death by fire at the stake, but Pandemona is entitled to a
fair trial by Lord Wilmore and the colony’s Curate before she can be
convicted and executed. This interrogation is her only chance to
escape. She must use all of her wit and guile to survive.

Is Pandemona really what she appears to be? What is she here to
accomplish? Is she an evil and subversive creature, sent from the
Abyss to torment mankind? Or is she simply disfigured and
misunderstood? Whatever the truth may be, her presence is not a good
omen.

The Ballad of Iron Percy is a song of glorious triumph, written to
honor Lord Wilmore’s victory against overwhelming odds in the Conquest
War. It is an iconic tune in New Jucata. The specifics of the verses
vary in each separate rendition, but the overall tone is one of
bravery, achievement, and joy.

Unfortunately for Iron Percy, his Ballad is not yet over…

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

lilith and adam ,

Must listen

This is an excellent audio story, I couldn't stop listening. The reader has a beautiful voice unlike most other audio voices. I can't wait for more from this author.

Rhee76 ,

Great story and production

To listen I needed headphones
Stock speaker on any iPod did not play most of the chapters if you have trouble try different headphones

Can't get past episode 3 . 4 is not playable an my 3G touch and it and on my 5g nano chirps beeps music overpowers voice'. Of what I herd story production voice all wonderful

months later I tried it once again
Well I made it to ten!
And couldn't understand the garbled audio file
if anyone gets this please let me know

mattjovin@gmail
Thanks I'd love to here the rest

gaitmaster ,

Loved it

I'm a pod junky and here is another great work. I really enjoyed the story and the narration is wonderful. pleasant to the ears!! Thanx for all the effort

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