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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Dwight Lightheart lives in the Kingdom of Plethora, a land where the people worship a multitude of different gods. But Dwight believes only in the Lord, a deity known solely to him. Naturally, his family deems him crazy. His life is forever changed, however, when Queen Liandra mandates that he and eleven other individuals participate in a perilous tournament. The victor will be rewarded with great power and prestige. Problem is, he's a terrible fighter, the Queen hates him, and her Royal Priest seems to want him dead. Only the Lord can save him now?Anderson, Daniel is the author of 'Dwight Lightheart and the Terrible Tournament', published 2006 under ISBN 9780595419012 and ISBN 0595419011.
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