Monday, March 26, 2018

Deceived by M.C. Colon - Book Blitz

Synopsis
One thousand years ago, the Towers on the Isle of Wisdom were beacons of hope. Originally started to train Sorcerers, Clerics, and Warriors to protect the Athanasian Realm, the Towers gave the people a sense of security against the enemies in the Tenebrosity Realm. But when the original Tower members left, that peace was shattered, and now, the Towers have fallen into a state of decline.

Now run by Merila, the Mahatma, the Towers are not what they used to be. Magic users are practically impotent. The knowledge of the past has been hidden away, keeping everyone complacent and weak. Protecting the Athanasian Realm seems almost impossible now.

When the current Luminary, Eliza, is poisoned and loses her powers, Merila appoints Eliza’s Second, Adicia, to the position.

Adicia, though, isn’t quite as gullible and naïve as Merila thinks she is. When things start spiraling out of control around the time of the Springtime Celebration, Adicia and he friends, Tavis and Gara, discover things aren’t quite what they seem.

Orc attacks, ignored cries for help, and youth with magic abilities that haven’t been seen in years force Adicia and her friends on a quest to track down the only man who can help them. There’s only one problem – Garnrin is not only retired, he’s also the only one who can bring Merila down.

Adicia and her friends must fight rogue magic users, goblins, and hell hounds, all while trying to uncover the truth about the Towers, the Realm, and everything in-between.

Can they bring the Towers back to their former glory, or will their quest lead to the destruction of the entire Athanasian Realm?


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Author Bio
M.C. Colõn was born in Cheyenne, WY to loving and wonderful parents, Monte and Gail Horst. She grew up never intending to leave Wyoming, yet after graduation she found herself joining the Army destined for Hanau, Germany on her first duty assignment. She served in the US Army for 6 years and participated in Operation Enduring Freedom 2002-2003 in Afghanistan. In her years of military service she developed a love of living and traveling overseas, although she greatly preferred Germany over Afghanistan.
Now she is married to a supportive and loving Christian man, and mother to five kids ranging from early twenties to six years old. She currently lives in Israel with her husband and two youngest children. The summer of 2018 will find her and her family relocating to Italy. She hopes to continue entertaining her audiences with stories for many decades to come.
For updates on her latest works, check out her website www.mccolon.net
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