You shouldn't always trust fate.
No one knows that better than Mokallai, the dilapidated, desperate personage of Destiny. When he possessed Yonathael, he knew it was an extremely clever move, because Dyiij, Mokallai's arch nemesis, had profound love for Yonathael.
This bought Mokallai time to recuperate. When he met Sara, he knew she was the perfect stepping-stone to begin his plan. All he wanted was to return to his former glory, where his every whim became reality.
But Dyiij, while two nations are torn asunder in Mokallai's wake, planned to stop him. And she planned to do this through a rowdy prince, Rollond, and a mellow-but-powerful kyusoa named Ashenzsi, by offering them the opportunity to thwart their destinies, and put an end to Mokallai once and for all.
But she never said she'd stop Mokallai right then and there. Neither did she say what would happen if Rollond and Ashenzsi accepted.
Hence the dichotomy of Freedom and Fate collide.
|Publisher:||S. R. Laubrea|
|File size:||377 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
S. R. Laubrea loves mixing Science Fiction with Fantasy. That's her niche; and if she had the choice to write something else, it would be Fantasy mixed with Science Fiction. Any author that combines staple genres knows that the possibilities between both can be endless, and they often are. She has a strong love of culture, and often delves into the backgrounds, histories, colloquialisms, and behaviours of other peoples to glean ideas for the fictional races featured in her stories. Complexity is a fierce and compelling mechanism for Shiri as an author. If it's not convoluted enough, she won't write it; if it's not willing to explore any standing concepts, ideas, philosophies, or get sprinkled with a touch of myth, she will not do it. That's part of why she chose Scifi-Fatasy as her niche. She is elated to be an author on Smashwords.