Face to Face with Polyphemus

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BalboaPress, Dec 14, 2012 - Fiction - 114 pages
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When you lose your family and your village, there is nothing else to do but to seek revenge on the creature that is responsible. Follow the journey of Alastor and Dimitris as they encounter some of the deadliest creatures to ever live. They must face creatures like an Argus, a Scylla, and a giant Colossus in their journey to seek revenge. Will they succeed? There is only one way to find out.

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I’m a high school graduate. I read books about mythical creatures and the gods of the ancient times, and that gave me the inspiration to write this book. This is my first book, and it took me two years to write it, so I hope you enjoy it. I first wrote a book for fun back in 2007, just to see how it would go. i never got it published. I started writing because one of my friends was writing. So i thought if he could do it I could do it. I didn't get good grades in school or going to university or any of that. Goes to show, you don't have to have the best grades to write a book. I started writing this book in early 2010. It was hard at first because it could think of a good story line. But once it got going it was easy to think of what to put in next. It took so long because I only wrote 1 page per day. And for a few months I didn't write anything at all. In my spare time I paint little figurines. Do some drawings and play on my drum kit. I also play soccer for my hometown.

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