(Pronounced 'Za-Kane-e-are' in the English language)
'Only those who have been hunted can truly value survival'
From the scrolls of Epicania.
An Epic tale of revenge filled with secret realms, heroism,
wizardry, witchcraft, romance and chivalry.
A 'coming of age saga' for its main character: Talon of Tallasian.
Talon born in the Imperial land of Kratos is a descendent
of the Zachanian's, the once fearless fighting men from Zachania who for
centuries were the nemesis of the empire until they were hunted and conquered
into extinction. Talon's parents fearing for their family's safety, live by a
strict rule where they guard and hide their heritage. Tallonus, Talon's father
having lived his entire life in fear of his true identity, vehemently refuses
to hand down this knowledge and burden to his sons.
Endeavouring to disregard the root of his lineage, Talon is
enlisted by his father to be a soldier of the Empire where he excels on every
level. As the years pass, he slowly begins to uncover his origins and begins to
understand his secret Zachanian powers. Now a soldier, he rises quickly up the
chain of command where one day he stumbles upon an ancient secret and prophecy.
A secret the Empire has guarded for centuries. He discovers their terror and
the atrocities they have committed to hide this truth. What happens next is the
story of a man who finds himself in a world surrounded. Haunted by his past and
hunted in his present, he has two choices. Remain a soldier in the Empire and
live a life in the shadows, or risk everything to discover who he truly is and
the truth of his ancestral history....
(Excerpt from Tome Two now included!)
Joseph Henry Gaines
Zachania Tome 1
Zachania Tome 2 (Coming soon)
Zachania the official guide book (Available now)
Zachania the Diaries and Poems of Lord Talon
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- Joseph Henry Gaines, September 2012
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