Sword from the Sky

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It's been twelve years since the guardian star came down from the sky, hunting the elusive child destined to save the ailing sun. The end of the land is nigh as darkness slowly rolls over the looming horizon. But there is hope. And it comes in the form of a 12 yr. old boy with a wooden leg, chosen to save the sun from its untimely death. Unfortunately, young Luca has no idea that he's the one... More
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About R. Janvier del Valle

R. Janvier del Valle holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Kennesaw State University and a Master of Theological Studies from Spring Hill College. He has worked in the Advertising, Marketing, and Communications industries for over ten years and has taught a number of classes in philosophy and theology to adults as well as children.

He resides with his wife and daughter in Georgia. When he isn't writing, he's sleeping. And when he's not sleeping, he's spending time with his family, running, hiking, hitting the gym, watching movies, buying overpriced one-sixth scale action figures, studying and reading philosophy and theology, and most of all, collecting pointy, shiny things that tend to gleam of a certain silver whenever exposed to the moonlit eventide.

"In necesariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas."

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Review by: Antonio Simon, Jr on Aug. 25, 2013 :
By appearances, Luca is a normal young man with aspirations to become a swordmaster. By how badly he wants this, he would seem to have the makings of becoming the best swordmaster ever, especially since has a wooden leg. But what Luca doesn't know is that he is nowhere near normal. Little does he know that his very birth was a controversy, and before too long his shadowy past catches up to him.

If you're a fan of high fantasy, swordplay, and magic, then this book is for you. R. Janvier Del Valle weaves a tale of epic swordplay, royal intrigue, and heroic strength to persevere in the face of insurmountable setbacks.
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Review by: ian browne on April 28, 2013 :
Overall a good book to read, found it a bit at the start to get into the story, but a little way into the read it picked up and was well thought out. Looking forward to more books from this author.
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