Guardian "A Hero" : Son of Medusa
In this book Franklin endures many struggles and obstructions in his journey of embracing his new identity. Everyday is a new adventure as he discovers he is not the normal teenager he once was. Through his expedition in this Serpent inhabited planet, Franklin must quickly assimilate the Serpentine culture. For they are the ones that will aid him in embracing and controlling his genetic powers. While any other adopted teenage would be happy to meet their birth mother Franklin is not excited about Medusa being his. He must find a way to keep his true feelings and plans inside as he trains for a mission Medusa is forcing upon him. Through it all Franklin will face many evils and dangers causing times of confusion as he learns he has the power to save the universe. Yet to do that he must chose to lose his family on earth or let Medusa posses the stones of immortal life and destroy the Serpentine. Franklin embodies evil and good spirits inside which one will win his internal battle?
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 152 x 229 x 24mm | 630g
- 24 Jul 2015
- Lyfelyne Enterprize LLC
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About Zamir Deon Williams
Raised by a single mother: Deon, as he likes to be called, is a young author whom aspired to be a novelist at the age of 8. Although Deon and his mother have faced many obstacles, he used his experiences as inspiration to make his dreams become reality. By age 13 Deon started writing the Guardian Fantasy Fiction Trilogy series. At 16 years of age this ambitious young man; self published his first book, Guardian "Franklin's Story." Now 17, Deon has self-published volume II Guardian "A Hero" (Son of Medusa.) Deon is a great example to prove that even through adversity, if you work hard at your dreams and believe them you can achieve them!