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James and David were once average farm boy twins who now reside in an abandoned haunted castle in Scotland 2007. James found a magikal spell book which turned David into a nightmarish Dire Wolf. Their streak of bad luck didn’t stop even when they found a wounded girl in their Culbin Forest.
Their lives had already changed when abandoned by their mother at 14, their Da died at 16, and now at 17 they are faced with a realization that this wounded girl is not from their world. Evil has found her and they become tangled up in a prophecy that was foretold 13 years ago in a magikal land called Kinzurdia. A land made up of shifters, witches, elementalists, and even the undead.
Evil threatens this new magikal cursed kingdom where only these three teens have the power to save this world from being consumed by it.
This is book 1 in a series.
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Parents are advised to read this before allowing their children to read this book due to graphical gore/action scenes. This book is intended for 16+ and may cause readers hours of enjoyment. The book is in first person point of view that hops between 3 main characters.
Notice at the top of each chapter, the character name indicates who’s Point Of View it is.
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Jason Barnum is a College grad with a Bachelors in Criminology from USF in Tampa Fl. He is a published poet but his first fictional literary work will be the Kinzurdia Series. He is born from Colorado but moved to Florida when he was just 5 years old. He has only grown to love reading since 2007 and in 2012 an Idea to write his own book emerged. His Idea was put on hold when a friend, S. Wolf, explained his own book idea and story to Jason in hopes to capture his mind and to recreate the story that S.Wolf just couldn’t do on his own. The story became engrained and Jason went from just an editor to a co-writer for this Book series idea called Kinzurdia. Jason’s style of writing is called the “Easter-egg” style where every bit of information included in the book has the potential to be of great importance of upcoming chapters or future books. Jason has found a way to weave the story line in of multiple books to the first book in preparation to a series of books to be written.