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Myth of the King

J. R. Thomas

Publisher: J. R. Thomas

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The prophecy of the Fifth Age is upon the world of Songhaia. Most in the Science Society do not believe in old myth and stories anymore Dayan is a young boy who has never left his village. The Wizard Habenzy seeks the Kesia, an object of myth. Dayan leaves the safety of the Kisibari Mountain Valley to join the Wizard's Questband. They are hunted as they search by the Preeminent's Right Hand. To succeed they must trust in the Iwe, they must trust in their destiny. The armies of the Preeminent prepare. The Allied City States prepare. All of Songhaia prepares for war and the next Age. 

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