Bakalor, the demon of the Underworld, plans to resurface and rule the world. Nearing the final stages, he deceives land-dwelling leaders into waging war upon each other, making it easy for his victory.
Ergrauth, the demon lord of the Del’Unday, leads his army of Altered Creatures to the final battle in order to seize the world before Bakalor claims it for himself.
Learning of the pending war plans, Thorik attempts to prevent the demons from succeeding, while searching for a way to save his grandmother, Gluic. Unaware that he is being used as a pawn by those of great power, his desire to revive her inadvertently puts his life, and the lives of everyone he cares about in great danger.
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About the Author
Born in Iowa, Anthony G. Wedgeworth traveled the world in his early years until the family settled down in Bloomington, Minnesota. Theater, dance, sports and music filled his youth as he embraced life to the fullest. Ever since he could talk, he was creating stories to perform for his friends and family. A showman from the start, he fed off the audience’s excitement. As he grew up, his stage talents transformed into corporate presentations and training seminars. But he never stopped writing short stories and making notes for future novels.
By his mid-thirties he had worked his way up to Vice President of Engineering and Quality. His responsibility to develop critical documentation changed his view of writing from a chore to a passion. Writing for company business newsletters, he fueled his desire to write more.
Anthony also became an accomplished speaker and trainer, with strong and dynamic presentation skills. He has presented to thousands in corporate meetings and performed in the entertainment field on stage and on television.
Business plans and engineering specifications filled his day, but left him dry of his desire to write and tell wonderous stories of far away places.
By fall of 2005, he sat down and began his long term dream of becoming a writer. Winning 1st place in several short story competitions sparked additional excitement. With this he outlined over 20 stories from his notes over the past 30 years, selected a series of 6 of them and then wrote the first of the series.
Characters thick with life and settings strong enough to feel, his writing is rich and vibrant while still fast paced and easy to read.
Anthony has returned to Iowa and continues to work on the additional books of this series with ongoing drive and creativity. Nearly halfway through the second book, his characters continue to take on a life of their own, while Wedgeworth records their adventures.