The Flames of Time

The Flames of Time

by Peter Knyte

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Africa keeps its secrets well, 
and its ancient secrets best of all.

Untouched by the stock market crash of 1929 Kenya is the glamorous and exotic retreat for many seeking to escape the privations of the western world. 

After a group of friends get drawn into a strange shamanic ritual that changes their perception of reality, and reveals an ages old secret. A secret which could re-write history, and change the destiny of mankind, they find themselves on a path they cannot help but follow. 

But to follow this path to its source, the group must first recover a number of ancient artefacts that can show them the way, hidden at some of the world's most ancient sites and written the oldest languages known to man. 

However, there are those for whom keeping such secrets buried is not only a responsibility, but also a solemn duty. Powerful individuals who will apparently stop at nothing to protect the world as we know it from the secrets of the past.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160758114
Publisher: Clandestine Books Limited
Publication date: 10/27/2019
Series: The Flames of Time , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,795
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Peter Knyte was born and grew up in North Staffordshire, England, where more by chance than design he first stumbled across the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Arthur Ransome of Swallows & Amazons fame, David’s Gemmell and Eddings through their Legend and Belgariad series, and met Jonathan Livingstone Seagull through the eponymously named title by Richard Bach.
North Staffordshire and the Staffordshire Moorlands are also where Peter developed his love of walking and the countryside.
After leaving Staffordshire, Peter moved to Middlesbrough, Birmingham, London and Leeds during which time he grew to love Neil Gaiman’s Sandman comics, Asimov’s Foundation series, and Rider Haggards tales of She Who Must be Obeyed and King Solomon’s Mines.
Peter still lives in Leeds, West Yorkshire, where he continues to enjoy walking and the countryside, as well as gardening, motorcycling, rock climbing, snowboarding and cooking.

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