Alkoryn Chronicles, The

Alkoryn Chronicles, The

Part II Land of Eternal Stars

After his village is decimated, Ugoki must find his own way in the desolate realm of Stygia, a land where the sun never rises...


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After his village is decimated and his tribe enslaved by the dictatorial Zygeth, Ugoki, of the Rhajok’dons is left to find his own way in the desolate realm of Stygia, where the sun never rises. Traveling west, he joins the resistance group. There he meets a young boy, Xanoth, with whom he develops an unbreakable bond. They vow to put an end to the oppression of Kraag’Blitz, forever, in this compelling second instalment of The Alkoryn Chronicles.

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Praise for the first volume of The Alkoryn Chronicles: Part I Scripture from the Past: Daimeh finds a body washed ashore and a tablet with strange glyphs. He doesn't know that this discovery will change his life forever. With his aunt Cresadir, he sets off on a journey through lands that the people of Alkoryn thought unreachable, meeting strange creatures on the way. C.J. Gleave depicts vividly the way of life on the islands, peaceful, in harmony with nature. It's like watching colours applied on a blank canvas.The way the author describes the personality traits of the characters makes them realistic. The second part of the novel is completely different and is also reflected in the description of the people and places.The ending is intriguing and I can't wait to read the sequel of this great debut novel. There is a glossary with the correct pronunciation of some words, as well as the description of various elements: animals, food, objects. If you like fantasy stories with an interesting twist, this novel is for you. ~ Catherine Ndiaye, Amazon

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
C.J. Gleave
C.J. Gleave C.J. Gleave has had a passion for writing from a very young age. She has been to three North-East universities and has achieved a degree, a ...
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