Dawn of the Sacred Land

Dawn of the Sacred Land : Book 1 of the Sacred Land Legacy

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Dawn of the Sacred Land: Book 1 of the Sacred Land Legacy... As the ancient battlefield, called the Sacred Land, regenerates it magical potency, Lady Shey discovers a plot, conceived by the denizens of evil, to seize and control it. She must now help the descendants of the magical warriors who fought the war in the past to secure the battlefield's power. However, the descendants live in place where magic is outlawed, hated and feared and the enemy has a new, deadly shape-shifting monster, virtually undetectable, stalking her every move.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 242 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 339.99g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514196107
  • 9781514196106

About Mark E Tyson

A life-long fan of the fantasy genre, Mr. Tyson began writing fantasy short stories just after he was first able to put words together to form sentences. In the early years, his writing was mostly influenced by the Universal movie monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, among others. In high school, back in the 80s, he began playing the popular roleplaying games of the time. He is still lifelong friends with the majority of his roleplaying group today! It was also during his high school days that he began to read the works of David and Leigh Eddings, JRR Tolkien, and Terry Brooks. In the 90s it was Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind etc. Mr. Tyson is quoted saying, "Fantasy authors? Yes, I am influenced by them all, but my writing style is uniquely my own." When asked why he writes fantasy and science fiction, Mr. Tyson often replies: "Because I love fantasy. Besides, it's not nearly as easy as it looks. Sometimes, when I am embroiled in the complexities of a difficult plotline, I think I should have taken up something easier, like Quantum Physics or String Theory. That's just a joke, don't send me letters!" Mark Tyson lives and writes in Texas.show more