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The most unique and fascinating storyline!
5.0 out of 5 stars, March 6, 2014 Review by Professor James Powers – Caltech University
Although truly distinctive the narrative strikes on…“The Foundation Series” of Isaac Asimov, CS Lewis’s “The Space Trilogy”, “Ben-Hur” by Lew Wallace, glued together with a touch of ‘Jules Verne’.
The following prequel to the new sci-fi action adventure series: Into The East provides exciting and valuable insight into a world that was violated by an alien race bent on subjugating its inhabitants. We hope you enjoy The Arrival.
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Into The East by J.A. Davis is a Sci-Fi action adventure series detailing the exploits of Aaranon, an affluent yet humble nobleman on the forest laden planet of Araz, home of the udamé people. He is destined by birth to one day rule over the vast kingdom and empire of the Quayanin family – but only if he can prevail against an ancient evil that longs for his demise. Click Here to learn more.
“Must Read!! Story line is well written and you can’t put the book down. Characters are well developed and you feel like you know them. Although this is a fictional story, it reads like a non-fictional history book. That is not an easy thing to do with sci fi subjects. I really enjoyed reading it!!! Can’t wait for the second book.” ~ Former Air force Captain Chris E. Click here for more reviews.
The first book in the series, The Razing, was only the beginning of Prince Aaranon’s harrowing adventures that left fans longing for the next installment. As one Amazon reviewer declared, “Each chapter entices you to read the next and by the end the ‘need’ to read part two is physical.”
The second installment, The Returning, continued the adventures of the humble, yet conflicted, Prince. He was plunged into a foreign world filled with assassins, dubious government agents, merciless spies, and an enraged lower-class with an appetite for revenge against the kingdom he once defended.
In this third and final installment, we once again find Aaranon in a race for his life. As the countdown to the end begins, four worlds are headed for disaster, three regimes fight for the hearts and minds of the people, two brothers seek to end a life-long conflict, but only one will survive.