Before the future of North American rule was decided by the battle between British and French forces on the Plains of Abraham, Britain s emerging imperial interests were represented by ambitious merchants and privateers. A Fleeting Empire examines the lives and exploits of early European adventurers in North America, revealing the murky mix of self-interest, patriotism, and adventure that motivated them.
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Trouble is coming to the land of Rosemar, but who can save the kingdom from falling into the hands of the dark warlord? Does the fate of the kingdom rest in the hands of a mere kitchen boy? What could seventeen-year-old Daniel possibly have to offer the Kingdom of Rosemar? Scrubbing pots was all he knew, having come from a poor family. Unlike his father, he knew nothing of being a soldier, nor did he know anything about magic or what went on behind the gates of the Dragon Quarters. Yet, he was approaching manhood and would have to choose how to best serve the kingdom. The possibilities seemed inconceivable: what choices could a poor kitchen boy possibly have? It seemed the odds were against him—was he doomed to remain a simple kitchen boy? Only fate will decide as Daniel is taken on an incredible adventure when he discovers three strange objects and a dragon that will change his life forever.