NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 18, 2018
Daniel Richmond, a history buff who has studied ancient Greece, Rome and China history, has completed his new book “Island Of Fire”: an absorbing story on Del of the half kin’s journey of returning to an island to save it from the destruction that the dragons would cause upon its comeback.
Author Richmond shows the problems with the elves that Del has encountered along the way: “Del looked around him at the dark elves before him. Pathetic. These lesser races. He was brought back to save them. Then there was the dwarf and that human woman. He didn’t know exactly what to do with them. He talked to them. He believed, they believed their story. Unfortunately, Ur or Fing wasn’t here. If what half he heard about them was true, they would be very useful. They may not have been ‘what was it they called us half kin.’ Just because his kind and the dragons were two lines that met at the beginning of time doesn’t mean they were gods. Well, compared to these primitives, they could be thought to be. To think that foolish king thought to use children’s spells of death against him, bah, these primitives need help; he wouldn’t give them better technology or his magic, but he would put them on the path of advancement. They were still reading off reports.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Daniel Richmond’s engaging and well-written work also revolves around the need of getting God’s attention and wisdom in order to discern well when challenges come—Del has the options on how to stop the dragons before it is too late.
Readers who wish to experience this appealing work can purchase“Island Of Fire” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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