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The Aldoran Chronicles

Winner 2017 National Indie Excellence Award for Fantasy

The very thing they seek to destroy could be the one thing that saves them.

After the destruction brought about by the great Wizard Wars nearly a thousand years ago, the people turned their back on magic. It was deemed evil and those caught using it are taken to the White Tower, never to be seen again.

But is it evil — or is there something much darker taking place?

In the north, a young boy questions the origins of his birth as something within him starts to change. A young girl’s affection for him throws her into the middle of a terrifying battle she can’t possibly hope to win. In the east, a tortured prisoner vows to escape the White Tower in order to save his sister from the hands of a sadistic inquisitor. In the south, an Arch Chancellor will stop at nothing to claim the power he needs to build his secret army of black wielders. In the west, a captain fights to protect his king while shielding the woman he loves from the king’s son.

The world holds balance on the edge of a sword. Can a mere handful of wielders manage to change it? And if so, what will it look like when they’re done?



The White Tower

The Aldoran Chronicles, Book 1

The Plague of Shadows

The Aldoran Chronicles, Book 2

Shackled: An Aldoran Chronicles Prequel

The Aldoran Chronicles


Michael Wisehart

MICHAEL WISEHART graduated with a bachelor?s degree in business before going back to school for film and starting his own production company. As much as he enjoyed film work, the call of writing a novel got the better of him, and on April 14, 2014, he started typing the first words of what would become two epic fantasy series: The Aldoran Chronicles and the Street Rats of Aramoor. He currently lives and writes in South Georgia.



Tim Gerard Reynolds

Tim Gerard Reynolds is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin. His acting work has taken him to England, France, regionally in the US and both On and Off Broadway. In his early 30's Tim pivoted to study fine art at The School of Visual Arts in NYC but stumbled serendipitously into the world of audiobooks somewhere along the way. Since 2008 he has received numerous awards and much critical praise for his narration. Tim is a proud member of SAG?AFTRA.