War, plague, and mad kings promise to rip the world of Leterra asunder.
With the memories of a loyal Scout for the Northern Army, Tom Navo endures to wrap up one last brutal assignment, with dreams of living out a peaceful life with his family. As chaos threatens the continent, his imagined life becomes more of a fanciful illusion. A journey home soon becomes a fight for his life, a search for a mysterious and powerful relic only rumored to exist, and a firsthand account of how greed and delusion can make humans do the unspeakable. Surrounded by the most unlikely of friends, Tom faces challenges that he never could have conceived of even in his most twisted nightmares, not just for his own sake, but for the survival of an entire world, whose future teeters perilously on the brink of doom . . . before all life descends into shadow.
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Hearing voices, Tom Navo decides to kill himself after murdering his boss. After stepping off the roof of a high rise, he changes his mind. He rescues himself only to die in another way. But did he really die or did someone swoop in from another planet and take him. Tom finds himself in a room. It looks like heaven's waiting room. Once again he hears voices, they are telling him what afterlife door to pick. When he picks his door, he is dropped into a stranglehold with talking animals. Anakor'in is a human turned lizard. He has magic powers that he somehow makes Tom forget his old life, and gives him all new memories for the world he is now in. Tom goes on an errand for Anakor'in, which starts his adventure. I really liked the story and concept of this book. The characters are likable and well detailed. Some of the author's wordplay was lame. Such as changing day to circuit (then using terms like tocircuit, birthcircuit, etc.). I would recommend this to teenagers who like science fiction/fantasy
I reviewed this book right after I purchased book #2. I will not rewrite it but if you want to read ot cjeck out the reviews for book#2. Sorry for the mix up. Im off to read book #2 now. This is a good read. :) Sanna7125