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Paperback & ebook, 298 Pages
June 28th 2018 by Revelation Publishing Company
Love and war are often the same thing.
Prince Karhiad is a humble king-in-waiting. His father, King Vilsig, rules the Kingdom of Merrhius with an iron fist. While the king dreams of endless conquests, his son only wants to conquer the hearts of his subjects through love instead of fear.
Meanwhile, a dark and sinister force threatens every kingdom around. And if King Vilsig and Prince Karhiad can't put aside their differences, an ancient sinister beast and his supernatural army will lay waste to the Kingdom of Merrhius.
On the night of Prince Karhiad’s 17th birthday, he is mesmerized by a radiant light and makes a decision to learn of its origin. That choice will force him towards answers he wasn't seeking, a woman he wasn't planning to fall in love with, and a destiny that will bring him great suffering yet an even greater reward. But in this gripping tale of good vs. evil, the power of love isn't just a shield to ward off the darkness -- it's also the strongest weapon of all.
Good vs Evil
People are drawn to good vs evil because everyone can relate to such a battle. Even if the storyline is fantastical, everyone can relate to one of the characters in the fight. If it isn’t obviously painted out who the villain is and who the hero is, such as in Stars Wars with Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, then who is good and who is evil can be a matter of opinion. An interesting aspect of good vs evil stories is that it allows the reader/audience to see redemption in someone. A hero, at times, isn’t always the hero at first. Wicked people can actually turn bad people good, because they’ve simply have had enough of the constant immoral life. They want out, they want better, and they don’t want people to experience the same they’ve been through.
My favorite good vs evil is non-fictional, which is from the Bible — the story of King David vs. King Saul. Saul was David’s mentor who turned on him and create a relentlessly strategy to have David killed. One of my favorite fictional good vs evil is actually from the comics. I enjoy the back and forth banter between Thor and his step-brother Loki. The reason this battle interests me is because Loki is created as a villain, however at times does side with his brother to fight other people. So, it leaves the reader/audience with that constant mind game of “Wait, is Loki evil or not?” The answer is “Yes”, but that’s what evil will do sometimes, manipulate you into thinking it really isn’t that bad.
About the Author
I am a friend of Jesus who at times fails at making this is my most important relationship. I am a wife who forgets at times this is my primary job. I am a mom who at times didn't get it right. I take lots of pictures that annoy everyone in my family except for my dog. She loves it.
I began writing short stories when I was a child. I would sit in my room for hours writing as fast as I could to keep up with my thoughts. We didn't have a typewriter and certainly no computer. Too often my writing would turn to scribble. I ended up with lots of loose paper with many short stories written on them in half scribble that made it too difficult for others to read. Thanks to technology, I went back to my childhood passion and wrote a story that I turned into a readable book.
That's me, to make a long story short.
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