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The Giant and the Gems

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The Giant and the Gems is the third part of The Jewels of Ooombis and takes the story of the two gemstones into the age of the Roman Empire. The giant is Kaphkar, a reformed robber who is the only men who held the ring of Ooombis and yet never touched its shining jewel to discover its unusual properties. It is his task to prevent the destruction of the small tribe that one day would be part of the huge Roman Empire and consequently his unwritten influence on history was enormous, and when he finally dies as a very old man the ring is buried with him. The brooch, on the other hand, travels by several hands until it is finally discovered by a deformed tramp known even to himself as No-name. Yet it is not until the gemstones accidentally reach Pompeii in 79 AD that they find themselves in the hands of two young lovers for the first time since their original owners were brutally destroyed. And all the time the gemstones are, bit by bit, absorbing the emotions and fears of humanity.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Peter Rogerson
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
340
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.13 MB

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Printable? Yes
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