The Revelation Gate

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Great Nation Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 218 pages
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SEERS FORETELL THE BIRTH OF A LEGENDARY KING. His ascendance will spell the end to the centuries-old enslavement of his race. Knowing this, a head-of-state plots a mass genocide. Its failure drives him to forge an uneasy alliance with a rival possessing knowledge of the liberator's only weakness. Meanwhile, as members of the slave nation prepare for war, a costly betrayal compels the hero to reveal his powers publicly for the first time. Outnumbered and overmatched, his people enter the turning point of the battle without him as he has suddenly disappeared from sight. Weaving suspense and political intrigue together in a spellbinding plot, The Revelation Gate addresses issues of doubt, star-crossed love, and the power of hope.

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Brian Thompson has written for the stage, radio, television, & is the author of four novels. He divides his time between Oxford, England, & the South of France.

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