Warriors' Legacy: The Uncovering

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AuthorHouse, Nov 18, 2009 - Fiction - 312 pages
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In the war ridden universe Ezmer Jouzmon, a simple farming boy of the age of 15, encounters an evil character by the name of Vile and his entire life is sent in the total opposite direction. Running for his life he meets with many different people that have also have had their lives tainted by Vile and his vicious army of Daigatons. While this group of adventurers is on the move to avoid any more entanglements they uncover eight necklaces that were concealed in a forbidden cave. When it is discovered that the necklaces once belonged to eight legendary warriors of ages past and that those warriors can then inhabit the person of their choosing through the necklaces, it becomes their quest to find the new owners of the necklaces and put an end to Vile and his war. But in the vast space of the universe there is always bound to be more than just one problem as Ezmer and his group of friends will soon find out.

 

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I bought this book only a few days ago at MeggaCon and I already am almost finished with it and in love with it. I will absolutely be buying the next one.

Contents

A Hard Start
1
Training
12
Hideout on Shadow Zero
23
Unsuspected Visit
32
Planet Element
46
The Hidden Cave
59
Crash
73
School Days
90
Worthless Help
176
A Discovery of Disorder
193
Foiled Plans
206
Warning
211
The Battle of Zel īg
220
Welcome Back
226
Turn of Events
236
Time to Act
245

Little Secrets
106
The Fighter the Thief and the Loss
132
What Next?
156
Reference page
257
Back Cover
263
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Evan is currently a college student that writes in his spare time. As a fantasy enthusiast, he examines the combination of fantasy creatures and space adventure. While he is studying to be an actor he uses his talent to truly add a feeling and intelligence to his characters. Starting the novel as a 6th grade assignment and working at it on and off for six more years in his spare time he constantly revamped the novel perfecting it. Now that Evan has more spare time he is writing even more to hopefully make his way to the top of the publishing charts with even more fantasy works.

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