Rhys Eynon has just published his first novel called “The Maldorian Chronicles. – The Unbreakable Will”. The book is available in paperback form on Amazon. Rhys is originally from Llandissilio but now lives in Haverfordwest, will be at Haverhub’s alternative street fair on Friday 26th May from 3pm to sign his book for you. Copies of his book will be available to purchase as well.
The book takes you into Maldora, which is a continent of Magic and secrets, where kingdoms are bound to a single empire. A key for a dark relic has been stolen, with many walks of life clashing in the empire’s capital, seeking the greatest weapon ever made, that’s the unbreakable will.
Rhys has previously swum for the Wales Special Olympics Team in the British Games, played football for the British Mencap team in Geneva, as well as being the Football Association of Wales disability player of the year, and caried the Olympic Torch up the high street in Haverfordwest in May 2012.
Lockdown in 2020 gave Rhys the peace and catalyst to finalise the book, keeping him busy and with a sense of purpose during that difficult time.
RHYS ACHIEVES ANOTHER OF HIS LIFETIME GOALS
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