Dylan thought he was an average man, with a dead-end job and no great aspirations. When he finds a black book lying innocently on his lawn with peculiar words and markings, he discovers the universe is bigger than he imagined. The Guardian of Earth, who kept the book and its immense power safe from falling into the wrong hand, was killed. Now Earth needs a new Guardian.
The battle to protect the book begins early for Dylan as he must rely on his newly discovered powers to defeat the creatures sent to take the book. Dylan’s life is sure to be full of adventure, danger, and magic.
To protect his book and the world that now relies on him, he must learn to survive on a foreign world, fight fierce horrors beyond imagination, master the magical arts, and ultimately battle a dark god who has already destroyed one world.
Targeted Age Group:: 18 – 30
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I don’t remember what inspired me to write the book, since it was more than six years ago. I had a younger book of the same type of story, but this one came to life much better. It was influenced by Robert Asprin’s books and my adventures in Japan.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Most of them write themselves, and to this day, they can still surprise me. My characters are a very important aspect of my writing. I believe that if you have strong enough characters, they will write their own stories.
About the Author:
Rain Oxford is a middle school teacher who is compelled to spend every free moment writing. The Asian-influenced cultures she creates were inspired by Japan, where she attended Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto on an exchange program. She does most of her writing in a secluded cabin in the woods, with a four-pound Maltese as a companion. When she’s not teaching or creating worlds, she usually enjoys cooking, playing the piano, or photographing exotic wildlife.
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