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The Creator’s Egg series Every purchase comes with a free book. Look inside to learn more! The series is an epic fantasy thriller, full of quests, journeys, mystery, intrigue, action, adventure, excitement and global war. The series is set in Opteria, a planet where birds (avians) evolved to a position of dominance in place of the mammals on Earth. These avians are bipedal and have arms with well-developed hands, as well as wings. They have full powers of speech and are fully as intelligent as humans. They are indeed, the Angels of Opteria. When the planet is threatened with global war, salvation may rest on the arrival of an alien savior, who must recover and bond with three ancient talismans. If he is successful he may gain the powers needed to resist the invaders.The series is true fantasy in the mold of Tolkein and Stephen Donaldson.Book 5: The Power of the Creator  Since his arrival on Opteria, Hesh, the alien stranger has recovered the Swords of Freedom the Orb of Truth and two of the four hidden shards of the broken Creator’s Egg. He has also successfully initiated many tactics and new weapons that have kept the allies alive, and not losing the wars.But the allies are not winning either, Every time they seem to be getting ahead, the invaders, in the four main continents, react and come back stronger.Hesh has also realized that he must not only win the wars, he must also win the peace. In the final book of the series, Hesh faces the challenges of finding the remaining shards to reform the Egg, then coming to terms with the bond between himself and the Talismans and, finally, he must figure out how to win the wars without destroying the planet. Only once these things have been achieved will he have any chance of shaping and winning the peace. If all that wasn’t enough, he must also come to terms with his own doubts, fears and homesickness.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001112754605
    • ISBN:  9781386719953

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