Two young men bound in friendship and searching for something they have yet to understand. A man shattered by his failed attempt at glory and wrestling with choices made in the past. A grandmother rooted in the stories taught to her in childhood and leading her family in the ways of hope. A young woman yearning to understand her place in the world. Five souls,one vision and a Kingdom for the taking.
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This book was written after having an epiphany. I literally woke up from a dream and began writing. This story is appropriate for any reader age 9 and above. You'll find no gratuitous violence, foul language or nightmarish scenes. What you will discover on these pages is an adventure unlike anything I had ever dreamed about before; a fantasy tale worthy of reading aloud and a cast of characters that could only have come from deep within a creative mind.
In The Hero's Chamber, two young men take a reluctant journey to find something that hasn't existed in thousands of years. Their guide may not be trustworthy, their fate is almost certain death but without this effort their world, the original Earth, will die. Our adventurers are led by a young woman who must remain unseen, she is forbidden to speak and yet without her there can be no success.
Join this unforgettable group as they struggle through an epic journey that none of them expected, none of them asked for and none of them may survive.