Salt Lake City, UTAH (PRWEB) March 26, 2015
About the book:
The four realms stand at the brink of war. Tyrannical forces now conspire to destroy the last free nations of men. Can one young man make a difference? Can Harius conquer the demons of his past so that he might take part in fulfilling an ancient prophecy? With the wings of his Archayan race, Harius will fly to foreign lands, not only to thwart the enemies’ plans, but also to fulfill a divine charge to guard a sacred key. As he learns the weight of his calling and how to wield mystic powers, Harius must be ever watchful of an adversary who will stop at nothing to destroy him.
Watch this engaging book trailer created by Stephen Watts: https://youtu.be/G-ESiei1J3g For media interviews or review copy requests contact, Rodney Fife at Pr(AT)Ironrodmedia.com or (385) 223 -8975.
Reviews on Amazon:
"This book is a truly amazing book. The instant I started reading it I could not put the book down without wondering what was going to happen next. It has a great story line that sparks your imagination. If you like the Harry Potter Books, Lord of the Rings, Fable haven, or any of the other fantasy novels out there you will love this book. It is unique, different from anything you have ever read before."--Mike Mansell
"I love this book!! I couldn't stop reading it once I started it. I would recommend this book to everybody. I will read it over and over again. You will love this book and not being able to put it down."--Samantha Montgomery
Stephen Raymond Watts was born and raised at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains in Northern Utah, where he developed a love for storytelling at a very young age. Ever since his mother began reading to him at bedtime, all Stephen ever wanted was to write his own literary masterpieces that would excite readers all over the world. He earned his Bachelors degree in Creative Writing from Utah Valley University, an academic venture that allowed him to write and refine his debut novel, "Keys of the Ravaron: Flame of the Orahie." When he isn't studying story craft through books or film, Stephen can be found hiking in the mountains at his back door, or traveling the world whenever the opportunity becomes available. He currently lives close to his family in the Salt Lake Valley.
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