Altered Creatures have roamed Terra Australis for thousands of years. Conflicts and battles have come and gone. Humans and Polenums have built a massive wall to keep the creatures away so they can live in peace.
However, a few cities live outside the safety of the wall, allowing all species and races to live together. Shoreview is one of these cities and it is riddled with challenges and mystery while cultures clash and travelers bring unforeseen opportunities and risks to three youngsters who frequently find themselves over their head.
Three young Polenums, named Bik, Faun, and Gaz, find themselves on the edge of becoming victims of their own curiosity as they investigate outsiders who travel to their shoreline city.
Discover the magical items and secret adventures that are uncovered by the three Nums of Shoreview.
|Publisher:||Anthony G. Wedgeworth|
|File size:||6 MB|
About the Author
Playing Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in the 70’s and 80’s, Anthony G. Wedgeworth made notes for a new realm for 40 years. During this time he developed all new species, 5000 years of evolution & migration of creatures and civilizations, and 2 unique magical clans that are frequently at odds. The 12 published stories in this new realm have characteristics of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and the Dark Crystal. Follow Anthony on Facebook to find out more about this Epic Fantasy Adventure. Bio: The author of this series, Anthony G. Wedgeworth, grew up with learning disabilities and was frequently placed in special classes while being told he was either lazy or stupid. In high school it was discovered that he had severe dyslexia, but the school systems didn’t know how to teach students with such issues. Fighting this challenge, Anthony went on to become an Industrial Engineering Manager, VP of Engineering, and President of various companies. He has owned his own companies and is currently part owner and President of a large Wisconsin based Personal Care company specializing in providing services to Developmentally Disabled, Frail/Elderly/Dementia, brain trauma individuals, and many more who have special needs.