Sky Seeker

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Sky Seeker is a philosophical, fantasy about a pilgrimage that takes place on ancient lands that cannot be recognized today. It is a rite of passage into the School of Knowledge in which the people of these lands once believed was expected of an adolescent.
The pilgrimage, for anyone who walked its trail, was a magical adventure full of secrets, symbols, and surprises. But also, what lie on its path were terrifying encounters with unimaginable entities and many challenges to ...
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Overview

Sky Seeker is a philosophical, fantasy about a pilgrimage that takes place on ancient lands that cannot be recognized today. It is a rite of passage into the School of Knowledge in which the people of these lands once believed was expected of an adolescent.
The pilgrimage, for anyone who walked its trail, was a magical adventure full of secrets, symbols, and surprises. But also, what lie on its path were terrifying encounters with unimaginable entities and many challenges to one's survival, as the pilgrimage was expected to be in complete solitude. But, it was a choice.
Little Fox was the youngest of two sisters, raised by their grandfather who was the chieftain of their tribe. She could not wait for this adventure, as her burning curiosity and desires for magic and wisdom led her to choose the pilgrimage as soon as she was allowed. However, her older sister Pearl was too afraid to venture this quest, until fatefully, a trusted oracle tricked her into following her sister on the very path she was too afraid to walk for years before. As the sisters travel the pilgrim trail, Little Fox remains unaware that her older sister has set out to find her, and although they both walk the same path, their journeys are very different from one another.
What is at the end of the pilgrimage is even more magical and profound than one could ever imagine, but the question is, who will make it there to find it?
Sky Seeker is an enchanted, thought provoking story that will push you down the road of wonder, debate, and possibilities, and open the door to an entire world that one may not have known even existed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466375345
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/29/2011
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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