In an age of Pharaohs and pyramids, Gods and Oracles, two men fight beliefs that could tear their world apart.
Accused of angering the tribe's spirits, and blamed for the raid and kidnapping of two children, Tor and Kel are banished for their closeness. Forced from home and apart from Kel, Tor must follow signs left by the raiders, Kel, and the two children
Seeking proof about the raid and healing for his doubts about himself, Tor visits the sleep temples of ancient Egypt (Kemet). But Tor's dreams and visions are shared by others also threatened by the growing movement of the raiders: the Pharoah, two of his priests, and a woman claiming to be the Oracle of the Earth.
To protect Kemet, the Pharoah sends them to Gebal and Cirali, both vital trading ports under potential threat, to find the truth about their disturbing shared visions and the raiders.
The destiny of Tor, Kel, the children, the Oracle, Kemet and Phoenicia will all meet at the Fires of Yanartas,
Tor’s writings and stories tell the value of finding yourself, celebrating differences, and the need to stand against hatred and division, and is ultimately a tale of joy and redemption.