Lunora and the Monster King
Between the avenues of stars, the Kingdom of Nevermore trembles beneath the tyrannical rule of the Banished Oberon.
This land of dreams and nightmares known as Caligo holds all secrets. With the King's Obsidian law and his crude enforcers--all seems lost. That is until a young girl with a troubled past named Lunora arrives.
The Monster King's searching for a human, and word on the wind is Mother Leaf knows where it is!
Wake to a New Horizon.
The vast world of Caligo dwells beyond the gaze of humans. Inhabiting extraordinary fiends and deadly creatures, its black sun and moonless nights are hidden for one lone purpose-to keep us out.
Fourteen-year-old Lunora wakes up scared and alone in this dark world, but she's not alone, and she's not welcome. Her treacherous journey to find her father will take her body and soul to the depths of despair as she must turn enemies into allies to survive. A Hyperion monster boy, Iko, must decide if he can trust a human over the will of his tribe and the rule of the ruthless Monster King.
Experience this coming-of-age story that explores what it means to be human and examines the limitless possibilities still hidden away in the cracks and corners of reality.
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About the Author
"Lunora and the Monster King, an adventure in literature written in script form, and a work of art open to many interpretations that evolve from the education and understanding of each reader. Extremely strong and embodies many of my own feelings as it no doubt does for many readers. Just excellent!"
--Judge, 25th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
"Once again your writing is brilliant. How do you know so much esoteric Greek mythology? Hyperion, Gaia, Orion, Caligo, Eldritch, etc. And where did you develop such a magnificent vocabulary using words such as: umbrageous, aureate, amity, airt, malefic, insidious, obsidian, etc.? As I've said before, you are our modern Shakespeare."
--Professor Rutenberg, Yale University Alumni
"Destined to outlast our time and inspire."
"A powerful tale that can be read in any medium. A must read."
--The Otherworlds Book Review