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They were descendants of the Diwesh, a race noted for their fighting skills. They came to the land of the Merene, where freedom had been taken away. What fate awaits them there? Author C.O. Stephan thrusts readers into an enchanting world of unknown races, bold heroes, and vicious villains as he pens an epic saga, The Diwesh Chronicles: Justice.
In the land of the Merene, the Rasset had taken control. They had forced the Resistance to a treaty giving them authority over everyone in the Six Zones. When a young woman, who turns out to be a Vela—one held captive in compounds to ensure treaty is kept—escapes and is washed off shore, Hans, a Diwesh, finds her useful and asks for her assistance. Joining the new confederates, Hans and his fellow Diwesh work to return the country to the Merene. However, a mysterious island, a traitor, and a Cibth all make the task more difficult. Are they willing to fight yet one more battle?
A gripping tale of unbounded power and adventure, The Diwesh Chronicles: Justice is highly recommended for fantasy enthusiasts. The Diwesh Chronicles: Justice will be featured at this year’s American Library Association Annual Book Exhibit in Washington, DC on June25-28, 2010. For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
As a child, C. O. Stephan was encouraged to read. As a result, he developed a love for all kinds of reading. Librarians became accustomed to his frequent, and often long, visits. He especially enjoyed history, science fiction, and fantasy. Reading provided a way to escape a dull day and enter a different world or age. Today, he enjoys creating worlds and races from an imagination that was allowed to grow and stretch beyond the confines of the here and now. He hopes his writings will feed the dreams and spark the creative juices in the next generation.
The Diwesh Chronicles: Justice * by C.O. Stephan
Publication Date: May 25, 2010
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