Jeannie's Golden Key

Jeannie's Golden Key : Book 1 of the Kopaz Series

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The dark god Zuron has declared war against the supreme god and goddess, Viracocha and Neferdor, and will stop at nothing to seize ultimate power-even if the result is total destruction of the universe. To defeat his ruthless enemy, Viracocha must unlock GAMMAZEL, but first he has to solve the Riddle of Zuron. Meanwhile, in the Scarlet Desert of Wyoming, seventeen-year-old Danny loses his father in a coal-mining accident. In an effort to distract him from his grief and the poverty that surrounds them both, Jeannie invites him on a treasure hunt. But what starts out as a romantic gesture turns into a twist of fate when they stumble upon a secret chamber and Jeannie discovers that a simple family heirloom might be the key to an ancient mystery...and more. The first in a four-book fantasy series, "Jeannie's Golden Keys" introduces you to an astonishingly realistic world as it draws you into the compelling story of two teens in search of love and meaning-two teens who find strength in each other as they struggle to fulfill their destiny in an epic battle against more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 302 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 16mm | 404g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514308460
  • 9781514308462

About Dale Groutage

Dale Groutage, coauthor of five books and columnist for the "Casper Star-Tribune," was born and raised in Reliance, Wyoming, a coal camp in the southwestern deserts of the state. His childhood reading inspired him to pursue a better life, and he went on to earn BS, MS, and PhD degrees from the University of Wyoming and serve as a senior scientist for the US Navy developing missile guidance and submarine silencing technology. Although he began life in poverty, Groutage ended up in the University of Wyoming Engineering Hall of Fame for his service to his country and was honored as one of the top ten engineers in federal government by the National Society of Professional Engineers. Married with three kids, the former adjunct professor for the University of California and the University of Washington is now retired and living on a small ranch in Lander, more