Defenders of the Sign
by Kristian Kapelrud;
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In 'Delivered', we follow Epsilon, who does not want to be king but is heir to the throne! He hasn't a clue how to save his people from the enemy who hates the Defenders of the Sign and what they stand for. He has always wanted to obtain an ancient artefact known as the Diatect. Could it be that the Diatect has the power to prevent war?
Delivered by Kristian Kapelrud was published by Piquant Fiction in February 2011 and is our 51316th best seller. The ISBN for Delivered is 9781903689677.
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I have enjoyed this trilogy!
Louis the author, the Rightful One in the parallel story, is now an old man. He has written many books about his imagined land of Alphabetania, still divided into two lands by hatred fostered by the lies and deceit of evil men. Now he wants to bring the series to an end – and doesn’t know how!
In Betania, Sigma the wise is acting Regent till Omicron’s son, Epsilon, comes of age. Sigma is convinced that he with a few others should venture into Alphania to rescue the Diatect, an object of great antiquity that Betanians as Defenders of the Sign believe holds great power created by the Rightful One. The Alphanians do not believe any such thing, they do not believe that they are the product of the written word or that they should live according to the directions of the Rightful One but they do believe that while they hold the Diatect they can hold the Betanians in contempt. While Louis resolves his problems with the help of his grandson and the editor assigned to his books by the publisher, Epsilon comes of age and is involved in struggles, sometimes bloody, with his perceived enemies – and there are more lies and intrigue before the happy ending.
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|Page last updated||4th December 2015|
|Author / Artist||Kristian Kapelrud|
|Publisher||Piquant Fiction (February 2011)|
|Number of Pages||280|