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The son of Promise is a narration full of fantasy. During its reading we can find mythological creatures and magical beings that add fascination and surrealism to the book.
Our main character will go through an identity crisis along the story that will lead to his growth and his development after every conflict. The secondary characters will leave a trace in him and will add different shades to the book.
The structure is simple despite the time shifts and the different backgrounds. The events are separated into chapters which make the book easier to read. The dialogues show us the different sides and personalities of all the characters.
This book invites us to dive into a fantasy world full of conlicts and cruelties our hero will have to face in order to become one.
During the Middle Ages a brave boy, raised by a king and by Bernion (king of dragons), managed to change the fate of humankind with the help of the statue Atanasio and the most powerful sword that men could ever imagine: Nagia. A sword that is capable of opening portals that would lead imagination to the unknown where men will fight merciless battles due to ambition of power.

This story, fancied with a lot of imagination, goes beyond the will of a young peasant to create a world from past and future events.

This creation becomes a story full of rage and magic, it is harsh and cruel but tender nevertheless.

A narration in which dragons, goblins and magicians will render a magic world to the chosen one, doomed by his destiny: Prince Harton.

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