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Laria, Book 1 of the Laria Saga

eBook (PDF), 382 Pages
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Laria Synopsis One man's sorrow is the key against the greatest evil Laria has ever seen. Joshua Owen, a guard in the tiny village of Angeli, discovers the body of a local tavern owner. After learning about the man's missing daughter, Joshua abandons his post against his superior's orders in an attempt to rescue her. His desperate journey to find her leads him on the trail of an even more sinister plot. Joshua doesn't know that the killer wants to end the global conflict known as the Eternal War, but in order to do so, there must be thousands of sacrifices, one of which is innocence. The killer, masked and under the impression he is being led by Gods, wants to rule all of Laria. Joshua, armed only with a warped sense of duty and honor born of vengeance, must confront his nightmares and his past before Laria's fate can be saved.Laria is the first book in the Laria Saga. It is continued in book 2, Laria's Shadows
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  • By joeeeee smchooo
    Jun 19, 2012
    Fantastic plotline! looking forward to reading the next books in the series THIS BOOK GIVES ME THE TINGLES!!!
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Product Details

Published
September 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
382
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.12 MB

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