Wydawca: Ronald Ritter Kategoria: Fantastyka i sci-fi Język: angielski Rok wydania: 2016

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Opis ebooka The Prince of Marrakech - Ronald Ritter

The Prince of Marrakech is born into privilege and has the world at his feet, yet he is bored. Riding out into the desert he dresses as a local merchant to disguise his true identity.He comes upon a young shepherd tending his flock and offers to trade. But what does the shepherd have that the Prince would want?The trade is made and the Prince returns to his home in Marrakech. Within a short time, the city becomes a destination for traders from all over the world.Why?Because of what the young shepherd had to trade.

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Table Of Contents

Copyright

Introduction

The End of the Beginning

My World Complete

To Find a wife

To find my Soul Mate

The Journey Home

The Years Pass and I am Wed

©Copyright 2015 Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

The right of Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore to be identified as authors of this work has been asserted in accordance with Sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Acts 1988.

All rights reserved.

No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission from the above mentioned authors.

ISBN: 9780987498700

Introduction

The Prince of Marrakech is born into privilege and has the world at his feet, yet he is bored. Riding out into the desert he dresses as a local merchant to disguise his true identity.

He comes upon a young shepherd tending his flock and offers to trade. But what does the shepherd have that the Prince would want?

The trade is made and the Prince returns to his home in Marrakech. Within a short time, the city becomes a destination for traders from all over the world.

Why?

Because of what the young shepherd had to trade becomes the catalyst for a great city.

The Magic Begins

The Prince of Marrakech had a blessed life as the son of the Sultan, Ali ibn Yusuf. He knew as the first born son that he would become the ruler of the Kingdom of Morocco. However, with his privileged position and ability to have everything, he was not as happy as a wealthy Prince should be in those ancient days.

The people loved their Prince and lined the streets to cheer him as he rode passed. As the next noble ruler, his world was filled with choices and the wonders of the world, yet he was bored and yearned for more.

Born into a time filled with wonderful fables, myths and mysterious sages, his world was brimming with real magic. During his childhood, the ancient city of Marrakech was a busy trading and meeting place for the people of the desert with those who came from far away lands.

Each day the streets would fill with long camel caravans which travelled across harsh and sometimes dangerous lands carrying exotic items to trade such as silk from China, precious spices from India, valuable ivory and fair skin slaves from across the northern oceans of Europe.

In this ancient time, the city was a collection of ramshackle tents which grew quickly with prosperity to become small clusters of dusty mud brick homes. Unfortunately some houses were built in haste and they fell down almost as quickly as they were built from the ferocious dry winds that blew across the desert.

The Princes' family had always lived near the small tent city in humble dwellings, but as time went by the Sultan wanted to show his people his ever growing wealth and prestige coming from the flourishing trade into Marrakech.