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The Chronicles of Kesten Grey and Prince Rangus

The Chronicles of Kesten Grey and Prince Rangus

R. G. Blazetell

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Many, many moons ago, the human race was created; from a plan far greater than we could even begin to imagine, by a force more powerful than time, a force older than imagination, older than light and dark, older than the whisper of life itself.
Kesten Grey, lived a normal existence, until the majestic, ancient power of our creators came to fruition within her. Once detected by the ever-watchful architects, it triggered them to unrelentingly pursue her. She was saved by her unknown guardian, Prince Rangus, who, having waited for over a century for her birth, was ready to protect her at all costs. Together they fight for answers, is Kesten the apocalyptic child depicted in a prophecy, written billions of years previously on Aquarainia. A planet located several light years from Earth, being the home of the Spargons, our creators.


ISBN : 978-1-80074-558-2

Published: 29/09/2022

Pages : 382

Size : 234x156

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

R. G. Blazetell

R G Blazetell, an author who has travelled the world on a three-wheeled skateboard, inspired by the stunning shantytowns he was held captive in, and the majestic creatures he encountered - and occasionally battled. He is a family man with two children, two dogs, three alligators, and one snail. His children grew up listening to his extraordinary stories, adventures with multiple twists, plenty of cliffhanging moments, fantastical creatures, and awfully evil villains, like the taxi driver he met in the Amazon Forest, in 1806. His tales compel the reader to turn page after page, bursting to find out how the mysteries unfold. His imagination never rests, keeping him awake at night, planning the next plot. A talented author with astonishing stories to tell, not all of which are based on reality, somewhat like this bio.

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