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Adhaata Asaos Liege E rises Only an incarnation of Lord Vishnu has the power to defeat and destroy the enemy of Kushlam A farmer from Bamiyan unaware of what destiny has in store for him is pushed into circumstances beyond h Normally I enjoy books with a medieval European or old Norse setting but this Eastern inspired work is making me look into broadening my horizons A great adventure with very well written characters leads you on a journey through a mystical world Turning the standards of good and bad archetypes around with the portrayal of dwarves and dragons was a real treat And as the narrative paints the world around you the suspense keeps the pages turningIf like me you've only been looking into uasi European fantasy stories then I highly recommend checking out Adhaata Asao's Liege to show you a new world of possibilities

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Adhaata Asaos Liege mobi à 174 pages ☆ moneyexpresscard × A long time ago He had imprisoned them in the caverns of Mt Hemil They who ravaged the city of KushlamThe golden capital The Gods spoke of a Prophecy then And now it has come to pass The dark enemy of yore rises Only an incarnation of Lord Vishnu has thIs control Will he accept that he is the prophesised Avatar? Will he save Kushlam from its enemies and free the world from the fear of the trapped monsters who have found a way out of their infallible tra Lord Vishnu protector of the world is gathering Avatars to help humanityThis is my first work by this author and I really enjoyed it The language is wonderfully descriptive I really liked the very vivid imagery In a world with dragons dwarfs and avatars I found parallels to Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings This fantasy was a wonderful escape

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A long time ago He had imprisoned them in the caverns of Mt Hemil They who ravaged the city of KushlamThe golden capital The Gods spoke of a Prophecy then And now it has come to pass The dark enemy of yor Adhaata Asao’s Liege is an interesting and enjoyable read set against a backdrop of Hinduism and also other interesting influences As a result it creates a fascinating narrative The story begins with the journey of five merchants on their way home to ply their trade I particularly enjoyed some of the vivid descriptions as they travelled through a country richly steeped in history art and culture As the merchants’ journey on the author steadily and intriguingly leads the reader into an increasingly mystical world of magical creatures It is well worth checking out