Seventeen years ago, in the island village of Dentro, lived a large and powerful demon. With just a howl, mountains were obliterated. With the help of an outsider, the chief of Dentro destroyed the demon and sealed its dark power within three powerful ancient weapons: a spear, a shield, and a sword.
After leaving the unwelcoming village, the man who had helped destroy the demon took the sword in an effort to keep the village and its people safe. Months later, a villager bore the son of the outsider. Carrying the child of a stranger was in violation of a sacred village law, and everyone knew whose child the boy was.
Born into a village filled with hateful people, Zephyr grew up not knowing why he was so hated. With no friends and eventually no family, after the passing of his mother, Zephyr was forced to survive by himself as an outcast. Zephyr's only wish was to make his mother proud and force the village to recognize him - while surviving in a world filled with demons, paranormal abilities, love, hate, and undiscovered lands.
©2014 RJ Tolson (P)2015 RJ Tolson
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"Save your credit!"
I regretted this purchase almost from the second I pressed play. Sound quality sucks and the story is childish. Save your credit and don't waste your time on this one.
"Chaos Chronicles for the win!"
Dynamic Stimulating Masterpiece
The carefully crafted verbiage of each sentence made visualizing the book's events effortless! With the edition of character voices, it was as if we were characters in the book as well who had access to Zephyr's mind.
The edition of character voices inspires creativity to readers. We make assumptions of looks with the text, but the added vocals makes visualizing characters even easier.
The one moment in the book that literally moved me, made me physically get out of my seat in shock, was when Leon was reintroduced to his brother Blane, and the battle that followed...chills!
Really enjoyed listening to the Zephyr The West Wind soundtrack as well!
"This book is practically Naruto"
With a couple and I stress couple differences this is Naruto and Sasuke. Same basic abilities same basic back stories. I seriously think the author should be sued. I won't be getting book 2
"He talks to fast"
The book itself was great but the narrator talks way to fast but great book
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