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After a revolution overthrows the King of Duryan the only member of the royal family to survive is sixteen year old Princess Sarai who finds herself a Queen without a country. She is protected in a remote fortress by the remnants of her father?s royal guard, a force made up of both humans and mighty talking animals, such as a fox standing four feet tall at the shoulders named Rhyn, and the eight foot praying mantis named Quoto. Among the leaders of these elite soldiers is Sentrus, a man who feels too young to ...

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Breaking The Skies

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Overview

After a revolution overthrows the King of Duryan the only member of the royal family to survive is sixteen year old Princess Sarai who finds herself a Queen without a country. She is protected in a remote fortress by the remnants of her father’s royal guard, a force made up of both humans and mighty talking animals, such as a fox standing four feet tall at the shoulders named Rhyn, and the eight foot praying mantis named Quoto. Among the leaders of these elite soldiers is Sentrus, a man who feels too young to lead and carries the guilt of letting his sovereign die.

Nearby, a young boy lives with his father on the outskirts of civilization. As the soldiers of the revolution approach the Queen’s final stronghold, he stumbles upon the kidnapping of Queen Sarai by a rival nation. Thrown together by fate, Tem, Sentrus and a small team of friends struggle to reach Sarai before a hideous fate can befall her. On the way, they will fight terrifying golden eagles and manmade monsters who never seem to die. Above all, they will face their own fears and find courage in each other.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045848596
  • Publisher: Evan Marshall Hernandez
  • Publication date: 4/20/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 870,278
  • File size: 455 KB

Meet the Author

An award winning playwright, an actor, and a producer of stage, audio and film projects, Evan began his creative career at a young age. Working with his parents, Frank and Betsy Hernandez, his vocal and acting talents were used on such projects as the Hide ‘Em in Your Heart video series for EMI CMG and Bridgestone’s animated cartoon, Under the Sea.

He attended the University of Evansville for a degree in theater. There, he was published as an opinion columnist and short-fiction writer. He was also honored with the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Short Play Award. He was a principle actor in many U of E’s acclaimed theater productions, including Our Town, Street Scene and Taming of the Shrew. He graduated cum laude in 2006.

Evan went on to tour with The Seattle Shakespeare Company as a principle actor in Romeo and Juliet. Since relocating to New York City in 2009, he has worked for various productions as a producer, writer, and director. In 2011, he joined the scenic carpentry team for The Public Theater creating the elaborate sets for Shakespeare In The Park as well as The Public’s main-stage theater productions.

Last year his one man Christmas show, A Great Light, went on its first interstate tour after two seasons of New York performances.

This summer he is directing and editing a new web-series called Living the Dream, with Iconoclassic Productions.

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