Passing on a Legacy

Nicholas John Powter Author Interview

Nicholas John Powter Author Interview

The Young follows a war veteran who must take up arms to protect his family and friends from the evil forces in the Deluge lands. What was the inspiration for the setup to this thrilling story?

Well i was watching the fellowship of the ring one night and i thought wouldn’t it be cool to make my own universe with its own lore, characters, environment, creatures, supernatural entities etc. and i was really inspired by that Tolkien fella and so i decided i would try my hand at making a story about the battle between good and evil on an epic scale.

Sven is an intriguing and well developed character. What were some ideas that guided his character development?

Well i made him across between Aragorn (LOTR) and piccolo (DBZ) and i wanted to make him an over the hill warrior who struggles with his own wrongdoings, sins so to speak and have him to be tested with his loyalty and devotion to his family and his faith.

I thought that this story was about good ultimately triumphing as long as there are people who believe. What were some themes you felt were important to the story?

Well i felt that good always wins and triumphs in the end particularly when their likewise minded people behind it and that its essential for mankind to have the three major components in life: family, country, god i think those fundamentally extremely important to humanity particularly in this mythology. But the ultimate theme of the book is passing on a legacy onto your offspring, your young and making sure you raise the next of kin properly with those three major components taught to them.

When and where will this book be available?

I think it should be available within in this year if things goes according to plan with production and should be available on GoodReads and Barnes and Noble.

The Young – Book Review

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