Maiden of Destiny (Book One of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy)

Maiden of Destiny (Book One of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy)

by Lenny Fultz

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Maiden of Destiny (Book One of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy) by Lenny Fultz

Long before they were known as the Forgotten Gods, the body of twelve deities knew the day would come when their voices would be silenced and the safeguards between good and evil fractured. To give mankind its sole chance to survive, warnings were hidden in prophecy to be passed down through the generations. But each generation fell further away from the prophecy, and the words that would provide salvation were lost amidst piles of useless scrolls and obscure texts. When the gods fall silent and darkness descends, precious time is lost in recovering the prophecy. Buried within are clues hinting that the savior of mankind is Indigo Frost, a young peasant girl easily distinguishable by her thick, true white hair.

As violent darkness spreads under the direction of a dark wizard, those who serve the light search frantically for Indigo Frost. She’s the Chosen One, the child marked for glory eons earlier by the Gods and marked for death by darkness for the very same reason. It’s a race to retrieve Indigo and return her to the Temple in order to prepare her to fulfill her destiny: in the face of overwhelming odds, lead the kingdom’s troops against demonic forces under the dark wizard’s command and save the human race from annihilation.

No one, including Indigo, is prepared for the fact that simply claiming her destiny is wrought with peril. Not only must Indigo make it to the Temple alive, but she must master the challenges prepared by the Gods and either learn to harness the powers within her or serve as a sacrifice to the Gods themselves. In the face of personal tragedy, Indigo must conquer her own inner demons before she can earn the respect of the seasoned warriors she must command.

Can one peasant girl rise above her station and claim her destiny, or will the Gods be forgotten and mankind lost to the Plains of Despair? Find out in Maiden of Destiny, Volume I of The Forgotten Gods Trilogy.

And so the war begins…

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013117204
Publisher: Lenny Fultz
Publication date: 07/25/2011
Series: The Forgotten Gods Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 457 KB

About the Author

Lenny Fultz is a misplaced Hoosier living in the land of Bulldogs and cat-sized mosquitoes with his wife, Connie, and their cat, Ty. He is an avid reader, writer and collector of all things fantasy. He is passionate about the written word and strives for perfection in everything he does. He enjoys fishing, going to the movies, playing games with friends and family, watching Broadway plays and dining in nice restaurants. His four favorite food groups are: popcorn, beef jerky, Skittles and Diet Dr. Pepper—not necessarily in that order.

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Maiden of Destiny (Book One of the Forgotten Gods Trilogy) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading Maidens of Destiny. Indigo is a wonderful character and I particularly like raven. Am really looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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JeVeD More than 1 year ago
I am duly impressed with this book. The author has a great imagination and is truly in touch with all things fantasy! I love mystery, drama, and love stories and this is all them put into one book, omg, Indigo is so cool. I really cannot wait till the next book in this saga comes out, hurry up Lenny write faster! lol
jilliver More than 1 year ago
Maiden of Destiny is a return to the traditional sword and sorcery genre. The author hits all the right notes in creating a rich world that includes a prophecy, a quest, adventure, and lots of heroes and demons. The story should appeal to teens and adults. The characters are engaging, particularly the courageous heroine and the band who follow her on her journey. This is a first time author and a good storyteller. This book is a great read and I look forward to the next volume.