The great Creator made the stars and planets to fill the vast emptiness of space. When he had placed them and was satisfied, he had but one task left. He threw a myriad of blue planets randomly into his created universe and allowed them to fall and settle where they would.
The blue planets were his true masterpieces. On them, the inhabitants were created to echo, in an infinitely smaller way, the master architect’s persona. The intention was, on these blue spheres, humanity would evolve to be the dominant species. They were to be left to their own devices where it would be inevitable that some would be peaceable places of love and harmony whilst others would see conflict and suffering. Such is the arrogance of human nature that the selfish aspirations of the leaders of the populations and their desire for dominance would eventually lead to wars and perhaps of humanity’s ultimate self-destruction.
Gelandor is one of these blue planets. It is on its Earth-like surface that the tale unfolds. It is a story of a daughter’s determination to find her lost father in the company of Eldorian knights. The action is set against a background of violent conflict in the planet’s northern hemisphere. During Princess Erycina’s search, her companions encounter monstrous creatures, betrayal, spies, intrigue, mystery, and war.
|Publication date||July 31,2023|
|Genre||Fiction, Action and Adventure|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Christopher Gray is a retired Head teacher and Lay Preacher. His degree is in Education, Advanced Main Art and History. His Further studies were in Norse and Celtic Mythology. The British Isles is steeped in mythology and tales of folk heroes and this has been an important influence on his writing; not more so than his native English County of Somerset, the seat of King Alfred the Great, Avalon and the legend of King Arthur.
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