The Boy from Shenga

The Boy from Shenga

Kobo ebook | July 15, 2014

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While the common dwellers of Akromeno may have accepted their lot as powerless to the harsh oppression of the Red Kings of Styvant, a mythical Guardian prepared all the while a poor servant boy to bring freedom to his people and his trees.
Hans, a twelve year old boy, was not born into the forest kingdom; he was driven there by force when his village and everything he loved was burned to the ground at the hand of ruthless savages. Fear of what lie behind them lead him and his mother to flee to the Akromenian city of Shenga, but little did they know that there they would only find further fear. In Shenga, of course, their fear would not be of wild men and their crude, blunt axes, but of the oppressive garrisons of Red Knights who lorded over the forest dwellers with cruelty and hate.
All the while, a mythical Guardian called Gomeno had seen enough of King Ognosh’s cruel edicts and decrees. He had a plan to equip his poor, oppressed people with all of the power they would need to set themselves free, and all that he needed to do it was someone trustworthy enough to lead. This is where the poor servant boy from Shenga came to light. Gomeno admired the boy’s courage, kindness and humility, and so he prepared for him an honor so great as to write anew the songs of Akromeno forever.

Title:The Boy from ShengaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 15, 2014Publisher:Daniel SuteLanguage:English

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