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College freshman Owen Sage has just started to understand the darkness trying to overtake Everville and the earthly realm. With the help of The Keeper and the Fron army, Owen has managed to buy some time, but new problems have already emerged, new secrets need to be revealed, and the race against time to stop Them from conquering both dimensions has only just begun. The Keeper, Owen Sage, and his friends at Easton Falls University must now battle threats from within. To do it, they must reunite with familiar creatures and join forces with new ones as they navigate their journey to the truth that awaits them in Everville.

©2013 Roy Huff (P)2013 Roy Huff

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  • Wanda
  • Pretoria, South Africa
  • 02-02-14

The saga continues!

The narrator has a crisp clear voice and his pronunciation is good. However, he needs a bit more practice in doing a range of voices!

So the story. An epic fantasy where each pillar is a mark of a well rounded, well educated man!
Ahm so what I hear you say? Well see in this fantasy a pillar also marks the point where the main protagonist shows real growth. I really like this. The internal battle is presented in short bursts and never slows down the action. In the end the action and the growth follows the same theme while the plot is action driven.

A good read. Get yourself a copy.

WaAr