Fot: Book One: A Fate Foreshadowed
A Fate Foreshadowed: A race against time, that spans numerous exotic worlds; where savage beasts roam unforgiving lands, where evil dwells around every corner, and the Council of Von’s minions are ever-present.
The only hope of stopping the diabolical Council, lies with young Fot and his group of misfits, and a quest for the Missing Seventh Circle. More
Beginning at Book One: A Fate Foreshadowed. The huge sulac, Cayleen, wise with the understanding of the Knowing, listens intently as the Fait, Fot, tells his story of misadventures, while travelling in the company of a number of rather colorful characters.
During these exciting adventures—which incorporate exotic worlds and dangerous wildlife, encounters of the heart, and mysteries that seem to come from all angles—unbeknownst to Fot, but not his company, a storm is brewing.
The planets and moons of the Xenof System are coming under increasing threat by the Council of Von.
This body of delegates is supposed to be responsible for supervising trade and military practices, along with keeping the peace between different worlds.
The Council’s Grand Master, however, sees his role as something quite different. Nothing is more important to him than Tahif; a religion he feels is dying. He believes he can save the people from themselves, if he can make them sit up and take notice.
This requires a military force—including genetically engineered beasts—one that can only be funded by the illegal acquisition of mines on Zob’s moons.
Those travelling with Fot are amongst the Grand Master’s greatest concerns. They know too much.
One is called, Trisbel. And Trisbel introduces Fot to the greatest mystery of all, the possible whereabouts of the missing Seventh Circle.
Can this Circle be found; and does it really offer hope, or will the Council of Von prevent any last hitches, in their seemingly unstoppable move towards complete rule?
And what role might the re-emergence of the League of Rojan play, and what connection does it have with Fot?
Is this young scared orphan—who is soon questioning his rash decision to run away—being sucked into a quest filled with unimaginable dangers?
And is his role as insignificant as he believes, or is his future more prophetic than even Cayleen has foreseen?
Could Fot possibly be…A Fait Foreshadowed?