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Arcana's Sayge: 

Part One - The End Times

The Heaven's Trilogy Book 3

by Andre Alan

Publication Date: July 2, 2017
Published by: EVapor Entertainment Inc.
Page count: 376

The prophet, Thame Elliot is a dead man with a duty and a burden to bear that’s so heavy, he comes back to the living world after traveling through the depths of the underworld. 

He must save his family and the world from his evil spiritual twin, Miles Xavier who plans to summon the underworld into the world of the living and unleash a horde of demonic creatures upon the goodly races of planet Threa. The humans must cooperate with the other long lived races like the sun elves, dwarves, and gnomes as they try to overcome their differences and work together to save the world. 

The problem with Thame’s plan is that he is trying to save the world by saving the lost soul of Miles who also, just so happens to be, the son of the Evil One who is locked away in the ninth level of the underworld. Everyone else think that Miles is a lost cause and that Thame should strike the man down with the powerful magical sword, The Tundra Sword. Yet, Thame has seen enough death for one lifetime and knows that his time amongst the living is short. Will Thame do as the world leaders suggest and destroy his spirit twin or will he save the evil man’s soul at the cost of losing everything he holds dear? 

Bursting with action, magic and political intrigue, “Arcana’s Sayge – The End Times” immerses the reader in a world that combines the best of Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings into one novel that takes the reader on a white knuckled roller coaster ride that leaves you out of breath and loving every minute of it.

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Excerpt from the book

Long strands of blue-tipped brown hair lay against the white bathroom sink. Charlotte Elliot lifted her head from staring down at her clipped hair to gaze at her reflection in the mirror. She thought of her mother who had once survived breast cancer and had lost her hair during the chemotherapy. This would be a great homage. Charlotte would avenge her murder.

                A soft knock on the door made Charlotte turn her head sharp and alert. At the sight in front of her, tears stormed forth like a raging thunderhead. She ran to the small bundle of joy wrapped in swaddling inside of her husband’s strong embrace. Kissing both her daughter, Sayge, and her husband, Thame, uncontrollably, Charlotte was a boiling cauldron of emotions.

                “What happened?” asked Charlotte. “Where was she? How did this--”

                “Trust me,” said Thame. His shoulder length black hair hung disheveled even though the man was comprised of pure energy, no longer muscles and chemicals. “You don’t want to know where she was.”

                “Tell me!” said Charlotte. “Don’t patronize me. I’m not a child. I’m a soldier Thame.”

                “Miles kidnapped her.”

                “You mean Zoe is responsible,” said Charlotte.

                “She was there… yes,” said a tentative Thame. “If that’s what you mean but I don’t think…”

                “Stop it,” said Charlotte. “Just stop right there. Don’t try to tell me that Miles did this on his own. You don’t know Zoe like I do. She and I were like sisters. I know her better than she knows herself. She was the mastermind of this operation. I can feel it in my bones. She’s going to pay for kidnapping my daughter and killing my mother.”

                “Relax, I know that you’re upset.”

                “You have no idea. I’m going to kill her for this.”

                “Stop, right there,” said Thame placing a calming hand on Charlotte’s shoulder. His grey karate gi folded into a thick black belt. His brown eyes stared deeply into his wife’s bright blues. “Two wrong things do not make a proper thing my love. You must search your heart and find it within yourself to forgive.”

                “How could you say that after she killed my mother,” said Charlotte. Tears rolled down her cheeks.

                “I can say it because it’s the proper thing,” said Thame giving her a kiss on the forehead. He wiped the tears from her face. He embraced her tightly.

                “What makes you so proper all of a sudden?” asked Charlotte with a slight smile while resting her head against her husband’s well-defined chest.

                “I know that this may not be what you want to hear but listen to me Char. The first person that I ever killed was Merle Keegan,” said Thame. He took a step back from his wife. His eyes were filled with sorrow as he thought back to the night that he had taken revenge upon the man that had once been his father’s child-hood friend. “I see him die in front of me every time I go to sleep; his blood shooting out and showering over me, all warm and sticky. The air reeks with a metallic scent from the iron in his blood. I can hear his ragged breathing. What makes me so proper all of the sudden is the intimate knowledge of death. A long time ago I thought that I would feel joy after avenging my father’s death, but the reality of my actions weigh on me with every breath. To the point that I almost want the pressure to crush me in order to escape it.”

                Charlotte embraced her small family in a tight hug. She stroked her husband’s hair as their eyes met. They leaned forward, foreheads touching. They shared a smile that told each other they could feel the other’s pain.

About the author

Andre Alan is an artist & author of YA fantasy novel series. Find him on Twitter or get in touch with him on the website down below.

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