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Book Title: Askari: Child of Muralia Book I|
The author of the book: Mikko Azul
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 9.77 MB
Date of issue: March 26th 2012
ISBN 13: 9781468559842
Read full description of the books:Young Cedron Varkaras is forced to grow up quickly when he is thrust into the center of the war for the land of Muralia. His bloodline gives him the power of the gods, but he is also heir to the greatest evil ever to roam the land. He is a demon with the power to destroy the world or to save it…and no idea which is which. Hunted and on the run, Cedron struggles to control his terrifying gift and determine who he can trust and who is trying to exploit him and his abilities.
Across the land, elite warrior Raika Angersol learns that the prison holding the ancient demon Laylur has weakened. After witnessing the murder of her family by the demon-compromised Council of Elders, Raika breaks her people’s covenant against contact with the lesser races to seek the prophesied Child of Muralia, the only one with the power to stop this horrific threat. Prophesies are often tragically misleading.
Hailing from enemy nations, Cedron and Raika form an uneasy alliance and set out on a perilous journey. They must navigate the treacherous land in order to gather the sacred elemental stones before Laylur’s prison collapses and the demon is free to enact his revenge. Cedron must learn to harness the stones’ magic in order to hone his own phenomenal powers and gain the support of Muralia’s people. However, Cedron’s untrained abilities cause death and destruction wherever he goes, making the pair’s task nearly insurmountable. Those who trust Cedron end up dead…or worse. With time running out and the five races poised on the brink of war, the future of their world rests in the decisions of the confused outcast boy.
Read information about the authorI was 7 years old and in the 2nd grade when I first read The Boxcar Children, by Gertrude Chandler Warner. I was hooked. Reading became my life. It was later that same year that I published my first "book" made of yellow construction paper and bound with red yarn.
In the forty-odd years since, I have read thousands of books. Ever intimidated and awed by the magic and inspiration created by my favorite authors, it wasn't until I became a parent that the notion of writing my own book struck me. I wrote Askari, my debut novel, as a way to honor my oldest son's gifts and challenges.
The trilogy has grown beyond my original intentions, taking on a life of its own. Winning critical acclaim and, hopefully, a traditional book deal, writing these books has transformed my life.
First Place: San Francisco Writer's Conference
Bronze Medal: Moonbeam Children's Book Awards
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