Terth Willager: Age of Mythology

It has come time for Terth to bear the burden of the family secret. He is sent to the basement of the museum to retrieve a box for a new display but when he opens it, he discovers a portal which sends him back to ancient Greece where he must dual the Nemean lion with the great hero, Hercules. With no interest in history, how will he cope in the past and how will he get home?

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781935636182
About Kevin G Hare

There are two sides to my being. I don't have a split personality (the other side told me to say that). There is my day to day side where I am a small town web designer and computer tech, (that's my techie side) then there's my sword- wielding, magic-casting, orc-slaying, maiden-saving fantasy side (I'd be the guy you would see in Rivendell with the laptop).

Generally, I'm a fairly happy-go-lucky kind
of guy that still lets the little things bother me a little (my wife will back that statement up!). I am married
with two kids, a house, a yard, a dog, a cat and my office - aah, my office; my sanctuary, my uncompleted world (still renovating) where I create my characters and their worlds. I enjoy my characters as much as I enjoy writing them. I know I am a writer more than anything else, even a techie, because I have been writing for several years now and I still enjoy doing it. I helped start a writers group in my hometown of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada and we call ourselves, After Hour Authors.


Terth Willager: Age of Mythology
Terth Willager hates history. Unfortunately, the legacy of the Willager family was Willager's Museum of Myth and Legend. Tuhrow Jacob Willager hid a secret in its basement long ago and when Terth discovers it, he is thrust into ancient Greece to struggle alongside mythology's greatest hero, Hercules, as he is sent to slay the Nemean lion.


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