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Ajlek: The Ajnastazzi of Weyland

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Sixteen-year-old Ajlek Stedman is Dajhanin, one of the enigmatic wild people living in the rugged Ojberdine-Haijlan Mountains. Although gentle and peace loving, the Dajhanin are nonetheless viewed with fear and suspicion by the civilized world. Abducted from his mountain home when only an infant, Ajlek has been raised by a young surgeon named Bill Stedman, who has struggled to protect Ajlek from abuse. Ajlek’s innately gentle nature is tested when his sensitive mind begins to change, and he discovers something deadly festering deep in his subconscious. Ajlek soon uncovers a secret so menacing that it threatens to destroy the Dajhanin and the lives of the people he loves. He alone has the power to defend them, but to do so he must first overcome the brooding darkness in his powerful mind. Along the way, he discovers a destiny ordained a thousand years before he was born, one that could lead him to greatness. However, one mistake could cost him everything—including his life.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781483402147
Edition
First Edition
Published
October 3, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
740.26 KB

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