The Conquest of Zumarce

The Conquest of Zumarce

by Adrienne Kristy Lott


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Zumarce is a very strange name, but the land of Zumarce is a very strange place! Everyone in the surrounding villages come to see this weird place. They are curious, but at the same time they are terrified! The purple confines draw people in like a moth to a flame! They come from faraway to see this odd attraction not just because its so unusual, but; they come to see the glorious colored lights that illuminate from the tops of the domes at night, creating a breath taking light show. And yet, it is the most frightening and terrifying place on earth!

Devonshire is a quaint little village just over a hill, looking down on Zumarce. The towns people live in constant fear of the Zumarcians, sadly, many of them have been consumed by these hideous purple beasts that FEED ON HUMAN FLESH!

This story is an adventure, with an added spice of humor, romance, and suspense. It will draw you in like Zumarce draws in its prey. You will come to know and love the charming characters that live in Devonshire and The circle of life: Which consists of three people and their mates. A total of six to complete the circle, they are the following: PENINDOWN: The young handsome King of Devonshire. SONTRA: The Angel and living miracle who was sent to Penindown. LOLAMA: The amusing, yet very powerful magic wizard. JEWEL: the healer and Lolamas other half. Penindowns humorous little servant TOTUM, and sweet little ANTRIA, Totums life partner.
The Zumarcians are a huge threat to everyone in the land! Therefore, The people of Devonshire are striving with all their might and means to accomplish the seemingly impossible . . . . . .


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781489718242
Publisher: LifeRich Publishing
Publication date: 08/08/2018
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.26(d)

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