The Omega Children - The Delphi Oracle

The Omega Children - The Delphi Oracle

by Shane A. Mason
The Omega Children - The Delphi Oracle

The Omega Children - The Delphi Oracle

by Shane A. Mason



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Having destroyed the Magna Purgo, and figuring their mission is nearly over, an army lands ashore and begins invading New Wakefield, bringing the danger and threat-level to unprecedented heights.

The Omega Children have fought and won every battle so far, but can they defeat an army? If so, how and at what cost to their innocence and powers?

Ari and Melaleuca gravitate toward each other, opposing Lexington and Quixote. The path of force and naked power cries out to Melaleuca to unleash it, and Lexington struggles to convince her to follow the gentle path - the path of play - the one they have been trained to follow.

Can they put aside their strong personalities, unite and fight back without fighting - or will division result in defeat?

The deep secret hidden in the Golgothic Southern Wasteland is revealed as the Delphi Oracle. it provides conflicting visions for the army, the Ori, the High Overlord, Melaleuca and Lexington - sending them headlong into conflict which they are all convinced will go their own way.

The Omega Children – The Delphi Oracle is the 4th book in a YA semi-fantasy, action-adventure series featuring subterfuges, secret passages, costumes of power, strange beings, and a madman hell-bent on revenge.

If you like hard to put down, fast-paced mysteries, with engaging plot twists revealed only as the characters discover them, and a complex storyline, then you will love Shane A. Mason's compelling Omega Children Series.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156085149
Publisher: Shane A. Mason
Publication date: 11/06/2018
Series: The Omega Children
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 557 KB
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