Eclipse of the Triple Moons

Eclipse of the Triple Moons

by Kenneth Brown

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Overview

This sci-fi, action-adventure fantasy will lead you to the world of Aloheno, a world with three moons, magic, the Staff of Iswha, dungeons, strange beasts and even stranger customs.
The Leader: Erik Anderson talks his friends into helping him rescue their friend, Lily, after she’s kidnapped. They travel through a portal to another planet. Will they be able to rescue their friend and return to Earth before the portal closes?
The Wizard: Al Greystone, gawky, lanky, high school nerd finds he has magical abilities on the planet Aloheno and joins a school of magic. He thinks he is learning to use magic to engage in adventures like the fantasy D&D games he plays on Earth, but finds he is training to become a warrior wizard, a war tool.
The Staff: The staff of Iswha is a magical staff craved by three young wizards who want its powers for themselves. The staff contains the influence of three wizards that can talk and recommend actions. Which teen wizard will gain access to its magic and can it play a role in rescuing Lily?
The Crown of Anticletus: The teens find the Crown of Anticletus and learn it has profound capabilities, but will they learn to use its powers in time?
Kestrel the Falcon Prince: He kidnaps Lily to lure the teens to Aloheno and wants to marry Lily. But the mountain king has other plans for Lily. Can Kestrel steal the staff of Iswha and use it to his own advantage or will he lose it to jealousy, revenge and family?
Zita : A young woman, meets the teens at an inn high in the mountains on the planet, Aloheno, and assures them she will lead them to their missing friend, Lily. What is her real purpose and will she hinder or help the teens? What effect does Erik have on her and will her response be positive or negative?
The Dungeon: The wizard must find his way through the castle dungeon and defeat the room without doors, giant beetles and the greatest danger, Marugotapa.
The Eclipse: A solar eclipse by the three moons of Aloheno, lead to the final sacrifice with Lily scheduled as the last sacrifice during the final eclipse. Will the teens learn to use their powers, will they reach the volcano in time and do they have the skills to defeat the evil mountain king?
The Mountain King: In an effort to restore his magic, the mountain king has kidnapped Lily and plans to sacrifice her to the volcano god, Velidred, during the final eclipse. Each sacrifice during the three moon's eclipses increases his magic, but will he be strong enough to stop the prophecies of the teens set to defeat him?
This fast paced Science Fiction Fantasy story has many twists and turns and forces the teens to use their wits and abilities to save their friend. But, will they reach their friend before the sacrifice on the day of the triple solar eclipse?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155225331
Publisher: Kenneth Brown
Publication date: 06/02/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 478 KB

About the Author

Ken Brown is an application web developer by day and author by night. Over the years he has written short stories for his own enjoyment and started a couple of other books, but never had the fortitude to finish the books. Ken found himself distracted by work, family and other business ideas that he thought were more important than writing. But one day an idea came to him about a boy who wants to rescue a girl and finds that going through a cave he is transported to another planet. A planet where magic is real and the dangers of wild animals, strange people and bizarre customs are just as real. The book was inspired by a photograph Ken found on the Glacier National Park's website. A simple photograph of the photographer standing in a tunnel in winter in Glacier National Park, Montana. The image showed icicles hanging from the tunnel exit with large boulders hugging the wall behind. Looking at the boulders and rocks, Ken saw images of people, horses and a story developed of a boy searching out the Mountain King. A dream started to turn this fanciful world into a book and it led three years later to Ken's first published novel Eclipse of the Triple Moons.

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