Rachel Rossano's Literary Worlds

A country of refined noblemen who hire skilled warriors to do their bidding, Braulyn’s societal forces tend to change with the wind. Their land is fertile and their weather reasonably fair, but the political climate is almost always overcast and fractious.

Books set in Braulyn include parts of The Theodoric Saga (The Crown of Anavrea and The King of Anavrea) and The Mercenary’s Marriage. One story in The Making of a Man includes a brief trip to Braulyn.

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