The Ten Year War

The Ten Year War

Cara, a scorned and humiliated agent of a society of freedom-fighters, strives for the liberation of her country when the regime of a faceless usurper arises and threatens all of Darvocanth and her provinces. The legendary war that spanned for ten years across the country of Darvocanth becomes Cara's life and her legacy when she seeks vengeance for something dear that was taken from her when the war began. She not only fights for glory, but for equality as well. The Ten Year War is a story of loss, struggling through resentment but finding oneself through the hardships, and most of all, companionship and its covert beauty.


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