Daemonorops Draco

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iUniverse, Mar 25, 2011 - Fiction - 132 pages
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Before time is even a named concept, a war among beings of infinite power, fury, and ambition rages. After seemingly endless conflict, a victor is named. The ultimate being enforces the ultimate punishment upon its archrival: the utter obliteration of anything resembling form, consciousness, memory, or self. But despite the intense and thorough acts of banishment and dismemberment among twelve separate realms of dimension, a grain of the archrivals consciousness has remained intact. It has been patient but it has not been forgiving.

In this dimension, it reforms, and it is first known as the Pharaoh Cheops. But the archrivals deception does not go unnoticed, and the Formless, its ancient guard, appears. To prevent the transfer of the ancient spirit into the pharaohs infant son, the child is murdered and his brain is placed in a canopic jar. The archrival is contained once again or so the Formless believes. But consciousness remains and, once again, is patient. It sees an opportunity, a gate, in an unexpected host Daemonorops Draco, a palm tree.

In more modern times, Misty, a college student, and her friends enact a necromancy ritual. Misty and her friends drift in an out of a dreamlike state so intense they are no longer sure of reality. Misty is transformed into a real necromancer able to travel the twelve dimensions of existences. Her new found power is soon challenged by a great cosmic struggle. Misty has good intentions for all life, but the source of her power has its own agenda.


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Paul Campbell is a freelance writer and artist living in Champaign, Illinois. He graduated from Illinois Central College with a degree in graphic design. His dynamic imagination is fueled by extensive travels throughout the United States and other countries.

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