Frostborn Books In Order

Publication Order of Frostborn Series

The First Quest (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Gray Knight (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Eightfold Knife (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Undying Wizard (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Master Thief (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Assassin's Tale (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Iron Tower (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Dark Warden (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Gorgon Spirit (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Broken Mage (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The World Gate (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Traitor's Tale (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Knight's Tale (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Soldier's Tale (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The High Lords (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Bone Orcs (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Knight Quests (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Jonathan Moeller is a computer genius and fiction writer. Two career choices that does not go hand-in-hand, but he is able to make all the puzzle pieces fall perfectly into place when it comes to both careers.

Moeller has been awarded the USA Today bestselling author award, and this goes for a very specific reason – His books provide readers with a lot of fantasy fiction that captures the reader from start to finish. When he is not busy writing one of his popular stories, Moeller also works as a computer technician and repairs computers on a daily basis.

Some of his most beloved fiction books include the “Demonsoul” trilogy. “Ghosts” are also a popular a popular sequence, and this is where several of His characters, including Caina Amalas was born.

Apart from writing fantasy fiction novels, Moeller also enjoys writing helpful books that educated His readers about various aspects about the use of a computer. He started the Computer Beginner’s Guides series to help anyone looking to learn more about computers learn what they need to learn without having to go through vigorous training sessions. With some of his books priced as low as $0.99, He truly is a hero when it comes to his work – both fiction and educational. Moeller has released books in various computer-based categories including Linux, Ubuntu, Windows and more. These books have helped many readers better understand the usage of their computers and have equipped many people with the appropriate skills to be more productive and useful when it comes to using a computer.

Moeller uses His computer skills to compose professional books that educates His readers, while his fantastic ability to alter his imagination gives him the ability to write stories that is interesting and entertains the reader all the way.

Even though the educations books written by Moeller has sold thousands of copies, it is the stories He writes in his fantasy fiction books that really attracts readers to his work. He started working and published the first book in the Frostborn series in 2013, and since then he has published many other follow-ups and even some stories that related to specific characters within the Frostborn world.

What makes the books written by Moeller different is the fact that he created a whole new fictional world for his readers to explore. He didn’t just write the words, but he also draws a map and created an in-depth profile for each and every character in his books. The Frostborn series is then also followed by several short stories related to the fictional world that was born from within Moeller’s own imagination.

The first book in the Frostborn series are not really considered book number one as he marked the book “Frostborn: The First Question” as book number 0.5. The reason for this is because the book should be considered as an introduction to the world of Frostborn, learn more about the characters he crafted in this world and then you can move on to the first book titled “Frostborn: The Gray Knight”. The series was originally planned to be an anthology, thus the reason for starting the series with a book that needs to be dealt with as the introduction to the entire series.

The story of Frostborn opens where Moeller explains about an event that happened a thousand years earlier. He continues to explain how the last grandson of an Arthur Pendragon helped many survivors of Britain through a gate that was opened through a magic spell. This magical gate took the survivors to a new unknown world, filled with magic and elves and many more mysterious and fantasy creatures. There are creatures of light and creatures of darkness, some live in harmony while others live to cause chaos wherever they go. The High King rules these descendants peacefully, but then a shadow starts to threaten the kingdom – this is where the story really takes off and where users start to get captured into their own minds through the words Moeller has written.

The story focuses on Ridmark Arban, the main character and the hero of the story. Ridmark was once a mighty swordsman and a famous knight that many talked about. He saved hundreds of people. Now, under the new ruling, he is considered an outcast, with all his weapons taken away from him. People treats him like a traitor and despises his presence. Unfortunately, and most obviously, Ridmark is also the only one that knows about the danger that comes with the shadow that now threatens the entire kingdom. Then there is Calliande who wakes up in complete darkness. The mistress has absolutely no memories when she wakes up and is being hunted by powerful creatures that wants to kill her. In the end she is the one who holds the secret to saving or destroying the world.

To accompany many parts of the story and tell the reader more about the different characters that plays important roles in the story, Moeller also released several sub-stories in between the normal releases for the main chapters of the Frostborn series. The first sub-plot that was released was titled “The Orc’s Tale” and was released amongst the very first three main chapters in the series in 2013. This sub-plot novel was followed by another release of “The Mage’s Tale” in 2014, closely following the releases of main episodes such as “Frostborn: The Undying Wizard”, “Frostborn: The Master Thief”, “Frostborn: The Iron Tower” and “Frostborn: The Dark Warden”, all of which was published and distributed worldwide in 2014.

The story wasn’t complete after these releases, so Moeller continued with a third sub-plot novel titled “The Kinght’s Tale”. This told the tale of the Knight and was released in-between several other main episodes he released in 2015.

The tenth book in the series of Frostborn, titled “Frostborn: The High Lords”, is known as one of the most captivating pieces written by Moeller and gave readers some surprising twists and turns through the entire book. The book closes in on the High Lords and continues the adventures of Ridmark on new journeys and brand new discoveries that delves far deeper into the fictional world of Frostborn.

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