Moon and Star (The Jakai Chronicles, #1)

Moon and Star (The Jakai Chronicles, #1)

by Mike Bergonzi

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What happens when your entire life is a glorified lie?

Kaito is the son of the Shogun, heir to the Minamoto clan, and future leader of Jakai. Or, at least, that's what he's been lead to believe. In truth, he's the byproduct of his times. 


War is coming. 


A Feudal Lord is dead. The Minamoto clan can no longer standby while their enemies build alliances and craft weapons for a single purpose. Kaito must exchange comfort for the ability to stay alive after a bounty for his death forces him to leave home. 


Accompanied by no one but his father's childhood friend, Kaito ventures to his birthplace to try and prevent a war between the two parts of his life. 


Past and present collide, morph into one. 


A story filled with survival, magic, romance and more––the first book in The Jakai Chronicles promises everything you love about mind-blowing twists and revelations, combined with intrigue all wrapped up in one thrilling adventure.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153492780
Publisher: Altereset Books
Publication date: 09/29/2016
Series: The Jakai Chronicles , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 794 KB

About the Author

Mr. Bergonzi holds a degree in mass communications. He currently resides in Champaign, IL, where he’s employed by the city’s local PBS station (WILL-TV) as a camera operator. Such shows he’s worked on include Mid-American Gardner, Illinois Pioneers, and several pledge drives. Michael has also worked on the 2014 and 2016 District 13 Congressional debates in Illinois. While he’s not working with television production, he volunteers at Stevie Jay Broadcasting–a local radio station in the Champaign-Urbana area. His duties include mixing the Brother Johnny and Mike Ditka podcast on Other podcasts he’s worked on include Pendant Production’s Seminar series as the Director of episodes 37-39 and the mixer for Mike Murphy’s Strange Stories “The Touch,” from Misfit’s Audio.

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