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Prophecy: The Awakening
     

Prophecy: The Awakening

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by Ardy M. Scott, Ardy Scott (Illustrator)
 
The balance between Dark and Light, Good and Evil must be maintained...always. The Larkadon (Dream Lake) Prophecy was written as a reminder to all of humanity that the time would come when the ultimate horror would be free of its prison. That time is now. After three hundred years of relative peace, the Gods send out their final call. The awakening begins; and only

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The balance between Dark and Light, Good and Evil must be maintained...always. The Larkadon (Dream Lake) Prophecy was written as a reminder to all of humanity that the time would come when the ultimate horror would be free of its prison. That time is now. After three hundred years of relative peace, the Gods send out their final call. The awakening begins; and only by joining with mortal souls, can the immortals awaken their memories and prepare for the Final Meet.

Kryla is the Gate and the last to awaken. She prepares to reincarnate into the body of her mortal host only to find she must take possession of an adult instead. Horrified, yet resigned to what she must do, Kryla journeys to the Plane of Mortals. Here she unites with the mortal known as Andrea. Together they begin the long and arduous task of seeking out the others. Andrea must learn of her own strengths and powers and in doing so, her life will be changed for all time.

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Annette Gisby
"An intriguing fantasy, drawing on different faiths and mythology, with strange happenings going on in a very modern setting. Andrea has to deal with her new powers, cope with a house full of foster children, a husband who seems to drain her energy every time he is near, and fight evil at the same time. ...An engaging tale. Highly recommended."
editor of Twisted Tales
Cindy Penn
"With paranormal elements richly woven with varying spiritual beliefs, A. M. Scott creates a fantasy novel with ties to wicca, magic, and even the Celestine Prophecies. Bringing these varied concepts and insights into this powerful work of fiction, creates a novel rich in nuance. Vividly wrought visualizations accompany a fascinating journey of self-discovery, resulting fascinating characterizations. Creating such a tightly woven mythology and characterization limits the speed at which the plot moves, putting off the promised battle to the sequel. Nevertheless, with its rich textures, vivid descriptions, and fierce spirituality, "Prophecy: The Awakening" comes highly recommended. Exhilarating--Highly recommended."
Senior Editor, WordWeaving
Jennifer L. Bryson
"...If you want a fantasy that is realistic to the extreme, wealthy in visualism, abundant in New Age principles then Prophecy: The Awakening is a must read that more than fulfils the most discernible of Fantasy tastes, and will ensure the journey of discovering whether good does indeed win over evil sends the pulses racing and the pages turning."
SharpWriter.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931201322
Publisher:
Day to Day Enterprises
Publication date:
06/28/2004
Pages:
282
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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Prophecy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In reaction to the balance between dark and light heavily tilting in favor of the darkness, ancient gods create a force to fight the ultimate battle by making eight individuals immortal with magical powers. At the same time that the gods intercede, the Nameless One awakens, awaiting the moment to capture the gate keeper as a key step to destroy the light................................ The gods awaken Kryla, She who is Protector of the Spiritual Planes so she can unite with a mortal host, Andrea as these two separate essences share one body with the goal of finding the other chosen. Kryla trains Andrea to use her extrasensory powers and become spiritually aware, but the mortal also has mundane issues relating to her spouse and four teens. However, her prime directive is to find and ¿awaken¿ the other seven knowing she must help them cope with their psychic skills and their fears of their responsibilities, the gods and the dark for their chosen life will never be the same due to magical forces at work.................................... This opening gamut combines mythological elements with a coming Armageddon that will thrill readers of fantasy. The story line is action-packed yet balances the key awakening inside of the mortals especially Andrea whose coping with the mundane and the fantastic seems so realistic as she doubts she has the right stuff. With strong characterizations (including the mythological) inside a powerfully descriptive tale of good battling evil, this reviewer prophesizes that A.M. Scott and her New Age series will receive strong acclaim. This first tale is a refreshing triumph in the age old theme of the light trying to stop the growing darkness....................... Harriet Klausner