Racing the Moon, Part 2

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2009 - 260 pages
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"Fans of George R.R. Martin and Steven Erikson will be sure to enjoy G. A. Teske's Racing the Moon. Teske's gritty authenticity and boundless imagination rival some of the big names in fantasy. The red demon Geggermane - unleashed upon a world already torn by dissent and jealousy - is the stuff of nightmares, as frightening as he is devious. It falls to an ancient king and his youthful heroes to stand against an evil of unspeakable power."
- Jim Melvin, author of The Death Wizard Chronicles, a six-book epic fantasy
"The past will become the present," Old Self said. The misty phantom shimmered before her younger self. Halley shivered in the frosty air. "What do you mean?" "The moon, Itarris, returns in two years." "Will Vincent prevent our world's destruction?" "I can give you no information you don't experience during your lifetime, Young Self, but you know without restoring the Chain of Anyullyn, our land cannot survive."
Vincent and his friends, humans, elf and gnome, traverse the lands of Anyullyn, following clues to locate the hidden Chain.
An evil presence, Geggermane, also desires the Chain, for with it he can transport more of his kind from Itarris to plague their world.
So, the race is on to restore the most powerful, magical relic in the realm, before the moon, Itarris, arrives at its final appointment. Can a small group of young people solve this puzzle and possibly save a world?
 

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