The Chronicles of Arcanilius
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An epic journey across sweeping mountains, sparkling oceans and hounded by ferocious beasts is what Naherna, the last princess of Odgo finds herself entangled in. A simple errand turns into a quest to save her world and she finds herself surrounded by deception and betrayal.
“Times like this you can’t trust a friend let alone a stranger!”
On the treacherous road to uncovering the truth Naherna is confronted with demons from her past. Forced to choose between loyalty and truth, many will falter. Nothing is what it seems and with Varga on the brink of extinction, time is running out.
An evil Malefic has gripped the land of the seven suns in his pincers of hate and is slowly crushing them. In the battle of Gods and demons, it is the Vargans who are sacrificed. Will Naherna rewrite the code that has always been? Will Naherna and her companions find a way to save Varga or will they too fall as heroes often do? Will they turn into myth or will they fulfill the prophecy of redemption?
Will the combined might of a high priestess, a powerful wizard and Arcanilius himself be enough? Or will they fail like the others before them?
Every chapter introduces the reader to the various races of this exotic planet, Vargans, Elves, and Galshers. Varga is on the precipice of a world war, a war that threatens to engulf the entire planet and decimate its exotic life.
Varga is a magical planet. Scribes, Wizards, Warlocks and their nemesis are able to conjure magic and exploit the five elements: magic, air, water, fire, and Varga itself. But even in a world where magic abounds, there are tinkerers like Old Man Cogs, who know and believe that long after the magic disappears, his gadgets and his knowledge will survive the test of time.
Several prophecies tell of the coming of the Malefic and allude to the birth of a savior. But in a world where everyone is forced to choose sides based on their belief's and history, who will awaken and question the very foundation of Varga? History is often written by the victors and the truth gets lost in myths and fables. Are prophecies to be trusted?