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Amulet of Aesterus

By Cameron Wayne Smith
  • ISBN Code: : 1514389681
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Pages : 252
  • Category : Books
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Prepare to embark upon an action packed journey with Caige Morland as he scours the land, the sky and the sea to find allies to save his hometown of Rocklaar. Despite praying to the god of strength, Granitus, for the safety of his friends and family, Necrominus has loosened her shackles. She is ready to return to the world as the god of darkness and death and has sent the kehrip horde to destroy Rocklaar. The likely becomes the impossible and the impossible becomes reality as Caige begins to unravel the truth of the world he thought he knew. With the odds continually piling up against him, will he come through with enough power for Rocklaar's defence or will Rocklaar fall to the invading kehrips?

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