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Down Below and the Archon's Castle - Worlds to the Side #1

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: AllrOneofUs Publishing

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Summary

In an underground fort, two children find a way to enter another world. There, they find friends in the form of a Sphere, a Rubbery Man and a Rock Man connected to the world down below. The above world is controlled by an Archon, who collects aliens for exhibits. In this Wizard of Oz-like story, the children and their companions, battle the faceless thing that the Archon has become. Read this story to go on an archetypal voyage, the first of a seven-part series which follows the two children through their adult lives.

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