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Ptah, a versatile and highly confident martial artist, has been the welterweight champion of his division for the past five years. His prowess in the ring is near legendary, and he is popularly known as Ptah the Wizard. As a member of the Dogon clan, Ptah's family has been instrumental in establishing the multimillion dollar earnings for fighters that truly proved themselves in the arena.

But lying just below the competitive struggles in the arena is a universal struggle of good vs. evil, of revenge and deception, of mysticism and history, and of the ultimate test to achieve mastership in one's life.

Ptah's confrontation with the ancient beauty and brilliance of Capoeira is the ultimate test to discover the true master in himself.

©2004 Khafra K. Om-Ra-Zeti (P)2014 Khafra K. Om-Ra-Zeti

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what a wonderful story

I enjoy learning more about masters and how they work to succeed. this book opened my mind to a new kind of science fiction.

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Good Story

It was a good listen. Some parts are over detailed and seem redundant, and some of the reading is done slightly awkwardly, but it's a good story. Not what I was expecting, but worth the listen regardless.