by Craig Temple


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Kind Edward Moranvale needed away to gain more power in the land of Pixima. He turned to the royal Oracle which lead to the Demon Wars. Tobias Threshold, the last of the lion race, watched his family murdered in front of

him. At the celebration after the war was over, Threshold confronts Moranvale and is arrested by Salles and Badgon and thrown in the dungeon. After Badgon helps Threshold escape hisbody is taken over by the demon Alistor. Fleeing through the Jungles of Pixima, Threshold comes across a flying machine he has never seen before. After Lilith, Alistor’s female companion, caught up with him, Threshold falls into a dimensional rift. He landed in Washington D.C. Lilith tells Alistor and they investigate his disappearance and discover the new world. Alistor plans on using Moranvale to take over both Pixima and America, but Threshold gains allies and plan on stopping them. They travel from D.C. to Bohemian Grove to stop the cleansing on Halloween. Battling chon chons and the great indombe along the way.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781643670812
Publisher: URLink Print & Media, LLC
Publication date: 10/01/2018
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

"Craig Temple was born in the small town of Muncy, Pennsylvania. He was raised in a military family, so he grew up mainly in Virginia Beach, Virginia. After graduating from Kempsville High School, he joins the Marines. He was kicked out due to a shoulder injury. He spent most of his life cooking in restaurants. He also tried his hand in music, song writing, in his teenage years, but family financial struggles prevented him from going to the indy awards in New York. He also became a certified bail enforcement officer but did not pursue the career because he started his own little family. He continued to work at a restaurant and met a friend that was big on conspiracy theories which inspired him to write the story of Threshold."

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