For millennia, mankind stripped Earth of its precious minerals and rain forests, leaving it a dry, desolate, uninhabitable place. Deep below the surface in a mystical world, which reflects the medieval Renaissance of old Europe, man still exists in a world called the Prism. More
The Prince Of The Prism - book one.
For millennia, mankind stripped Earth of its precious minerals and rain forests, leaving it a dry, desolate, uninhabitable place. Deep below the surface in a mystical world, which reflects the medieval Renaissance of Europe, man still exists in a world called the Prism. King Hyperion had ruled it peacefully for decades, but the lust for greed and power of others threaten to bring changes to the once peaceful world. Lord Deimos, an already powerful and heartless tyrant, is obsessed with the destruction of the royal family. He persuades Bartholomew, an evil man himself and one of the king’s trusted royal guards, to kidnap Queen Thalia and deliver her to him. After the king’s heroic and desperate attempt to free the Queen fails, the Prism becomes a hostile and unpredictable place. With the help of a powerful wizard named Morpheus, Lord Deimos transports the queen from inside the Prism to Earth. He then proceeds to wage a devious and terror-filled war against King Hyperion inside the Prism. The king, in pursuit of the Queen and her abductors, knows nothing of the deceitful Bartholomew and sends him to guard Prince Ammon in the travel chamber that magically transports them to the earth’s surface. Morgana, a wicked witch imprisoned by the king for casting evil spells on the Prism’s inhabitants, stows away in the travel chamber and interferes with its arrival on Earth by causing it to crash, leaving Prince Ammon, his mythological friend Orestros, and unfortunately Morgana and her evil partners on Earth roaming unfamiliar territory in blinding sunlight and fend off vicious creatures.