The Twin Kings Demetrious Glimidakis

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Published: January 29th 2013

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328 pages


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The Twin Kings  by  Demetrious Glimidakis

The Twin Kings by Demetrious Glimidakis
January 29th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 328 pages | ISBN: | 3.36 Mb

The Dragon King was frustrated, and he had decided it was time to unleash his puppet—a devastating creature, an instrument of doom which called himself the God of Thunder. The God of Thunder, also called the Beast, had already been unleashed againstMoreThe Dragon King was frustrated, and he had decided it was time to unleash his puppet—a devastating creature, an instrument of doom which called himself the God of Thunder. The God of Thunder, also called the Beast, had already been unleashed against the seven other planets of the solar system. Forrge would be one of his final conquests.

During the events of The Crimson Knight, Sabastian battled against his personal demons, and while he raged against the forces of darkness and moved toward his final battle, a different war was being waged by the Dragon King against the kingdom of two brothers. The Twin Kings had fought and carved a name out of the lands for themselves, but their two opposing ideologies caused the kingdom great strife and unrest.

The Dragon King moved against the lands and began to tear the kingdom apart at its foundations. The Twin Kings, Wrexor and Warlord, had to choose what side they would align themselves on—they had to decide which cause they would find most worthy. With mighty warriors coming together from many distant lands, an epic war was brewing that will tear families apart and force every man and woman to question their faith. Who will ultimately emerge the victor? Will the Dragon King be defeated once and for all and will the Knight who is the Lights glory shine through in the end?

Join author Rev. Fr. Demetrious Glimidakis for the culmination of good and evil in his second novel The Twin Kings.



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