A Prophecy s End

Are you happy?” Yes, Bat Zor wanted to say. I am so very happy. How could he betray her so? How could he forget all these decades they had spent together? How could he spurn her for an Eloesian whore, and a worshipper of demons at that?

A Prophecy s End

Author: AJ Cooper

Publisher: Realms of Varda

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Page: 130

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The day of battle has arrived, but the alliance of Eloesian cities is already evaporating. Theron, the hero whom the Oracle has called, is failing at his task. Against all this, a wind of destiny blows... A wind from prophecy's holy mount. Can a new day rise out of a crimson dawn?

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