The World of Pangea

The World of Pangea : Path of the Warrior

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Watch the trailer at TheWorldOfPangea.com Set against an extensive mythological backdrop, Path of The Warrior begins as a coming of age story and quickly explodes into an epic conflict between light and darkness. This first novel in the Pangea trilogy promises to take you beyond this earthly realm and into another where mortals and immortals struggle for the fate of their world. FROM THE BACK COVER: What Can One Man Do Against The Gods? "Where the sacred rivers meet, Beneath the shelter of the Keeper of all things. There lies the hall of the beginning, The ruler of the world before the Kings." Pangea is shaken. The past has become the present. Ancient myth has awakened, and legends walk amongst the living. Idris has always known the path of the warrior was his to choose. Now, as war strikes at the heart of Pangea, he must wrestle as a mortal thrust into the wars of immortals. It will take more than his training to face the chaos as darkness strikes deep into the life of his people, and Idris's own inner demons threaten to destroy him before the battle even truly begins.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.97mm | 390.09g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508638675
  • 9781508638674

About Lecturer in English Michael Davies Sol

Michael was raised in northern England. At age 19 he moved to the U.S.A. and currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife Heather, and their daughter Elianna. Growing up he used to write short stories for his younger brother while immersing himself in the fantasy realms of Middle Earth and Narnia. In college he penned his first idea for a full length novel, one which eventually became Path of the Warrior, the first book in the "World of Pangea" series. Michael has published several news articles and poetry in various anthologies over the last decade, including an interview for BBC Manchester over his role with the refugees of Hurricane Katrina. His experience working with the Native American Navajo tribe, and visiting places throughout the southern U.S.A. has helped shape his writing. Michael also enjoys reviewing other novels and interviewing authors.show more

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