Hadir's Book (One Thousand Wells), the first of a six series book is a beautifully written piece with a flawless delivery that has a classical swag reminiscent of epics like the Game of thrones, legend of the seeker, Spartacus. It's pure fantasy with all the trappings thereof, the magical the mystic, the mysterious where myth becomes reality in pure daylight. All these are well tampered and beautifully crafted so it is rendered believable. It has an eastern setting but is delivered with a British flair.you find quotes like; "I am not a god, nor do I claim to be a descendant of one, but I have vowed to rid this land of its enemies, be they gods or men." Favorite part, where he banishes the infamous deity, Zulain, back to the underworld. "No, no don't, you don't understand. Out there, there is no air no light, no sound, there is no one, there is nothing." Pleaded the presumed god.