The Battle for Arisha's Mountain

The Battle for Arisha's Mountain

The Battle for Arisha's Mountain

The Battle for Arisha's Mountain

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Overview

The Battle for Arisha's Mountain: Book I of The Damned Goddess Trilogy is the first book in the Final Age of Magic Series. This fantasy epic introduces readers to the Final Age of Magic universe by taking them to the Avian Kingdom, one of many Kingdoms of Earth in this enchanted period. Here, readers meet the young alchemist Kaden, returning home to the small city of Splendour after time away studying his craft.

The young alchemist Kaden returns home for the harvest festival. He is plagued with the heavy burden of nightmares of a future in which Earth is destroyed by a vile army created by the damned goddess, Arisha. A mysterious Aurian seemingly locked away inside Arisha's Mountain. In response, Kaden and his friend Tandom undertake vigorous efforts to defend Arisha's Mountain from a massive army of avian soldiers. Kaden seeks a magical relic he believes will aid him in the coming fight. Arisha's Mountain is protected by a militaristic race called the Seraph, powerful, human-like creatures with angelic wings, fierce loyalty and cunning strength.

Along his journey, Kaden meets Tzak, a powerful dragon slayer known throughout the lands as a Dragoon. Along with the traditional gold armour, and his massive buster sword, Tzak has been given the legacy of Dragoon and it will be his decision how this legacy will unfold.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162370444
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 05/31/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

In December 2017 author Kelly Allers left his home and family behind in Edmonton, Alberta, and moved to the small town of Beaverdell, located in the Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada. He lives there with his wife Silica Gel Allers, on a small acreage along the river with their animals.

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