The Summoner

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For the first time in print comes the story of Davian, brother of a disgraced former member of the Sacred Order of Permeation, also known as the Summoners, has waited eons for the chance to finish the task his brother Scapin failed to complete. But he must contend with a haughty ghost, a brash and beautiful female who may be the most powerful Summoner ever born, and a growing darkness within his own soul, the very same temptations that destroyed his brother three thousand years ...
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Overview

For the first time in print comes the story of Davian, brother of a disgraced former member of the Sacred Order of Permeation, also known as the Summoners, has waited eons for the chance to finish the task his brother Scapin failed to complete. But he must contend with a haughty ghost, a brash and beautiful female who may be the most powerful Summoner ever born, and a growing darkness within his own soul, the very same temptations that destroyed his brother three thousand years ago.

Will Davian prove to be a better man?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440471285
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/22/2008
  • Pages: 90
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.19 (d)

Meet the Author

Gregory Bernard Banks began his pursuit of a writing career in 1997, after spending years studying his other creative love, graphic design. In the past, he's served as moderator for the Zoetrope All-Story Writers Workshop, as a site administrator for Scrawl: The Writer's Asylum, and as webmaster for the WRITER and MARKET Literary Search Engine. He's currently co-Webmaster for the Speculative Literature Foundation, and as both Community Leader and freelance graphic designer at Lulu Enterprises, he now helps other authors make their own publishing dreams come true. Banks is also a frequent contributor for Audacity Magazine (AudacityMagazine.com) with his column, "A Sedentary View", and continues pursuing his dream of landing a 7-figure book deal by the time he's 80. His list of publishing credits includes The Rose & Thorn, Story House, StoneGarden.net, Creative Brother's Sci-Fi Magazine, The Writers Post Journal, AlienSkin Magazine, and The Speculative Fiction Centre 2005 Anthology "Horizons".His second short story collection, "Phoenix Tales: Stories of Death & Life," was published in March of 2005 through his own publishing imprint, WheelMan Press, and has received much critical acclaim. The collection contains stories that have been quarter- and semi-finalists, respectively, in the L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Contest, and the book itself is a finalist in ForeWord Magazine's 2005 Book of the Year Award. His third collection, "Like Salmon: The Geek Chronicles," is scheduled for a September 25th, 2006 release.Banks lives in the rapidly growing city of Stockbridge, Georgia with his parents, his computer, and far too many books to count.
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