Game of Destiny Book III: Portal

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In J. Seab's third book of the Oddment Quest, Willow faces revelations that shake the foundations of her beliefs as she continues her quest for the Staff of Truth deep within the Flame of Sacrifice den. Topside, her companions and the ill prepared defenders of Etus are forced to resurrect the tactics of lethal combat in a desperate attempt to stop brutal invaders from decimating their communities. More

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Words: 72,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310081668
About J Seab

J. Seab's career experiences as a college teacher and computer application and website developer provided the necessities of mundane life while his spirit roamed the ethereal worlds discovered by the storytellers of alternate realities. It was an easy step for him to evolve beyond the physical bounds of work-for-hire into a vocation that reveals the wonders of realms that exist at the edge of perception.

Game of Destiny is a developing ebook series where he shares his vision of a post-apocalyptic world guided by principles of truth.

J. Seab and his lovely wife live in eastern Tennessee with their two sentient goldendoodles who provide inspiration and encouragement. He spends his days exploring the physical and spiritual dimensions of our world, reading, writing, and seeking the spirit of truth within the manifestations of the Cosmic-All.

Also in Series: The Oddment Quest


Review by: RavenKS on Nov. 21, 2015 :
Being quite the fan of books 1 and 2 (as you can tell from my previous reviews), I was eagerly awaiting the release of Book 3: Portal, and let me say I was NOT disappointed! I'm already in love with the characters and story, but wow did it take a great adventurous leap in this book! The action was definitely heating up, and not giving anything away, Willow's path is becoming quite interesting. Reading book 3 once again has me wanting more; I also could see this as a great show series as it has that engaging episode feel to it. In any case, enough of my positive rant - do yourself a favor and read it yourself!
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)

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