The Warriors of Eda

Book Three of The Children of Enoch Series

by D. C. Claymore


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$28.99
Hardcover
$43.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/29/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 476
ISBN : 9781458219916
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 476
ISBN : 9781458219923
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 476
ISBN : 9781458219930

About the Book

It is 2037, and the Darkness and its army have invaded the world of Rylaxon and its six moons. The Vampeer population subjugates humanity, feeding on the helpless population and turning unwilling citizens into soldiers.

Ten-year-old Biron Coomra, a child created by a biophysicist from Rylaxon and a powerful witch from a distant alien world planet called Earth, is living on Eda, the still-peaceful fifth moon. Although he has lost his magical abilities, he still has numerous gifts that make him a formidable enemy of evil--and he is connected to the Triune, a powerful deity who sometimes speaks through him. Biron and his friends--the Warriors of Eda--are summoned to save a select group, the Chosen, and bring them to this safe haven. Meanwhile, Gorgos, the leader of the Vampeer forces and Biron’s archnemesis, leads his troops to destroy Biron’s birth city and force a showdown, and the queen of a race of inhuman hunters, the Vorax, has her sights set on the boy as well. The warriors must rescue the Chosen and raise an army before time runs out.

In this novel, the third in a series, a boy with unique powers faces enemies on multiple fronts as he and his friends seek to bring the chosen to Eda and protect their world from Darkness.


About the Author

D.C. Claymore has been creating sci-fi fantasy tales since he was twelve years old. His Children of Enoch series is the product of more than thirty plus years of creative effort. He works as an IT administrator and serves as the pastor of a small congregation. He currently lives with his wife in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Visit him online at http://www.dcclaymore.com.