I’m hoping you’re falling in love with my world. I love it when you can easily visualize colorful scenes in your head just from reading a segment of words. I’m not talking so much about a brief description of mountain tops, hillsides or castles. I’m quite sure to all of us fantasy lovers, at least myself, I prefer brief descriptions of those things. What I love visualizing is the vivid colors of magic, the energy surrounding a powerful warrior, even the bloody brutality of battle. It makes the journey all the more exciting. Then I wonder what if Hollywood picked up this book, how cool would it be to see Prophecy of the Guardian take place on the big screen? The special effects would be worth it alone.
But it’s even more fulfilling when you fall in love with a character. You root for him, or her. You become frustrated when he is making such ridiculous mistakes. You want to jump into the book and smack him! Ha! You also love him and want to see him succeed. That’s the beauty of characters coming to life in stories. You feel like you’ve made friends, or you are a spectator along for the ride.
I’m hoping you love the Nasharin Race I created. Obviously, they are the main focus of the book, the most interesting, the unique warriors they are. I’ve always loved transformations in anime, or kaiju movies, like say, when Godzilla upgrades to Fire Godzilla! Or Akira Toriyama’s Dragonball series; the transformation and power of the Sword of Omens from Thundercats. Heck, even as a kid I loved it when Prince Adams transformed into He-Man and Princess Adora became She-Ra. It’s equally exciting when a warrior goes through some serious, hellish training and comes out a new induvial to be respected, even feared. My love of all these elements led to my creation of the Nasharin Race.
But a good story takes more than that, I am sure you’ll agree. One must care about the characters, otherwise what is the point? The scenarios I wrote in Prophecy of the Guardian I think many can relate to. Perhaps you’ve gone through something similar before? It’s not all about magic after all, that’s just the icing on the cake. It is the heart of the characters. I hope I have delivered what you’re seeking in a fun-to-read and intriguing tale.
It’s by far no literary masterpiece. I am no Tolkien! But I feel it’s a fun, inspirational and easy to read story. An endless tale of that classic good versus evil with my own twist. And sometimes you know, the Light isn’t always right. Our protagonist realizes that after encountering a particular race the Light believes was never meant to exist. We are who we are. You judge one not by their skin color, creed or gender, but by the content of his character—the heart.
Thank you for reading!
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