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“World Within Our Own” by Razi Ebadi Blakley is a fictional history of dragons, mystical spirits, entities of light, supernatural aquatic creatures, spirits of nature and horrifying demons. It reveals the story of a magical and extraordinary race that have come to Earth from the stars.
Thousands of years ago, a superior race came to Earth and has evolved into four sub-species of Elves. They live in total harmony, and are in contact, with Mother Nature and all her living entities. Their mission is to show humanity what people have done to the beautiful planet Earth, and teach them how to face their own demons that are created by their actions, emotions and behaviors.
“World Within Our Own” calls readers to action to take a good look at people’s lives and their planet and find their way back to the light before it is too late. Author Blakley shares that everyone is responsible for taking care of the Earth and the only thing needed for evil to prevail is for good people to be standing on the sideline and doing absolutely nothing. So, even the smallest good deed makes a difference and people learn by example. People must learn to be compassionate, caring, and unselfish; the survival of the human race depends on it.
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About the Author
Razi Ebadi was born in Southwest Asia. She started to sketch and draw from a very young age, and her art has always been her passion. As a child, she spent most of her time daydreaming with her imaginary friends and using that to fuel her art. By age fourteen, she started to travel the globe, learning to live in different regions of the planet. Her thirst for spiritual knowledge allowed her to embrace various schools of thought as she submerged herself in different cultures, learning different languages and emotionally maturing with each one.
World Within Our Own * by Razi Ebadi Blakley
Publication Date: May 19, 2014
Trade Paperback; $71.99; 144 pages; 9781499014532
Trade Hardback; $81.99; 144 pages; 9781499014525
e-book; $9.99; 9781499014549
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