Lightship Chronicles Chapter 4 : Sacred Warriors

The Carpati believe in myths. Their moon has an atmosphere with clouds and visible oceans. At night strange strings of light are visible, and sometimes they change place, or disappear all together. To the Carpati they are light-fairy nest, beautiful but dangerous creatures that are the sworn enemy of the ancient Sacred Warriors. But are they really myths? More
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A television and film screen writer now turned author, Zorin Florr has many creative projects under his belt. His strength is in character development and complex story lines with unpredictable twists and turns. If you are looking for a fast paced story, that reads off the page like a film in your mind, than read Florin's books.

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About the Series: Sacred Warriors
Sacred Warriors is Book 1 of Lightship Chronicles which is a young adult adventure set on a mysterious world inhabited by the Carpati and Bitani.The Carpati spend most of their long 36 hour days living a simple farming lifestyle in the Township built on the lower slopes of the mighty Table Mountain. The Bitani meanwhile rule over the Carpati from their futuristic city atop the massive pillar-like tabletop of a mountain, and have a very different, and quite mysterious perspective.

For the Carpati the only respite from the drudgery of their simple days are the monthly lightship races. The hovering lightships speed at more than 700kph over a 600km course that runs up the sides of mesas, through the canyons of the Crags, over the 10m waves of the Great Salt sea, over the Long Straight, the Dunes, and through the Eastern Hills and its many giant Baobab threes. It's a spectacular race unlike anything else and the favorite pastime of Andee and his little brother Mykee. Both dream of being lightship pilots while watching the race from their favorite hangout, the 1000m high Outcrop overlooking The Crags.

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