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The Founders - The Sage Seed Chronicles #1 - cover

The Founders - The Sage Seed Chronicles #1

Holly Barbo

Publisher: Paper Gold Publishing Ltd

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Summary

There are no monsters on Ose. People can be monstrous enough.

 
Disaster strikes the beautiful world of Ose. Marisily is one of the Sages who can help heal the planet when nuclear winter pushes the civilization back to the brink of destruction. Only she doesn’t know her own powers yet.

 
It is survival of the fittest as vicious outlaws destroy all that remains, kidnapping, enslaving and killing those weaker than themselves.

 
With a bounty on her head, alone and betrayed by her own father, can a young woman find the strength and wisdom necessary to rally the good people of Ose and rebuild their culture?

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