014 Akboritha, to which is appended The Songs of the Seven Cities by Richard W. Rohlin
“The Ontheibar Eimbori was given to me in a dream—or perhaps in a waking dream—as long and brief as a lifetime, and just as full of tears…”
It is by literature and culture that we discover the hidden heart of a lost nation in Akboritha. In its pages, the grandness of cosmology becomes intimate through the hidden history and songs of an alien people. Philologist, podcaster and Tolkien scholar Richard W. Rohlin guides the reader through story and song threading both sacrament and myth into an exquisite tapestry.
Darkly Bright Press is pleased to share a sample of Rohlin’s epic vision in Akboritha, To Which Is Appended The Songs of the Seven Cities. While the storytelling is timeless, the opportunity is ephemeral. The upcoming volume will be available in a limited edition of 50 numbered copies. The first 20 books will be in hardcover format and signed by the author. The second impression of 125 copies is now available.
“Kheithlahkarr was the last of the seven cities which Lanenomen built. It was also the last to fall…”
5.5 x 8.5 Softcover, 60 Pages
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Akboritha, To Which Is Appended The Songs of the Seven Cities
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