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The Lion of Persia
     

The Lion of Persia

by Denis Rosair-Antoine Bouchard, Renata Simkus (Editor)
 

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In 1837, Layth, a Persian boy, searching desert hillsides for ancient water reservoirs is drawn by an ancient tomb to discover his place as last of a family line of sentinels; stewards to treasures ordained for the birthing of a new Golden Age. Before Layth can begin his work he must face transformation through mystical visions and the very real presence of evil in

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In 1837, Layth, a Persian boy, searching desert hillsides for ancient water reservoirs is drawn by an ancient tomb to discover his place as last of a family line of sentinels; stewards to treasures ordained for the birthing of a new Golden Age. Before Layth can begin his work he must face transformation through mystical visions and the very real presence of evil in his village. Guided by ancient wisdom, he is to shepherd the artifacts across a web of magical connection linked by time and dimension into the castle of The Chessman where a powerful key awaits the final turning of worlds.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781928030003
Publisher:
Denis Rosair-Antoine Bouchard
Publication date:
01/30/2014
Pages:
254
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

Meet the Author

Born in the small town of South Porcupine, Ontario, Denis grew up in a world of dreams replete with depth and textures inherent to a simpler life. The northern landscape suffused experience with a profound connection to the spirit of nature; informing the complexities of his work as an artist. From inside the silence of meditation he has journeyed the expansive mysteries of meaning; the infinite qualities of humanity in all its colours, dramas and nuances. The story of Maximus and the Golden Web came to him on such a mystery; the witness of how a small dog, an Italian Greyhound with a crooked smile, brought joy through his innocence to all who met him; their troubles forgotten in timeless encounter. After one such moment on a cobbled street in Mexico, Denis returned to his studio where among the easels and brilliant pigments he began to paint with words as Max settled himself onto a shawl covered chair and watched.

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