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Antiquity Rising: Kingdom Rising Book Five [Kindle Edition]

H M Sealey

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  • Length: 484 pages
  • Word Wise: Enabled
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Book Description

Nina Sweetapple has a miserable life. Stuck with an abusive stepfather in a high-control religious cult, she finds a little respite at university despite her stepfather’s constant, manipulative attempts to have her thrown off the course, and his insistence that nobody would ever employ someone like her.

Professor Darian Epton is a world-renowned archaeologist, historian and author, and his choosing Nina to assist with an archaeological dig as part of her course is not random. He has an agenda, and Nina is the link he needs to one of the leaders of her religion, a creature Darian Epton has been seeking to destroy for two thousand years.

Meanwhile, in a house in Cheshire, the ex-pop star wife of reclusive but powerful philanthropist, Joseph Vorst, learns some unsavoury facts about her husband thanks to Alec Montrose, a reporter and conspiracy theorist hunting for an amazing story. He finds one, but its far, far too weird to ever publish because it involves other worlds, demons, demon worshippers and a very unusual woman called Misha Heath.

Joseph Vorst is anything but a kindly philanthropist, he too has an agenda, and his agenda requires the blood of his wife and an ancient curse, a curse that began on a hill outside of Jerusalem two thousand years ago.

Nina is fortunate, she finds people willing to help her escape her wretched existence, people like Misha Heath, whose lives are dedicated to rescuing those in torment and despair, but the torment runs deep in Nina, so deep she isn’t sure there’s a person inside left to rescue.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1422 KB
  • Print Length: 484 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0081S4REI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #412,629 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Heather Morag Sealey (nee Saunders) was born in North Wales in 1974 and has been living in her own little fantasy world ever since. Some of her earliest memories involve folding pieces of paper into books and writing about sea-shells with legs.
She is the author of dozens of one-act-plays, the occasional two and three act play, and no end of odd little scripts, many written for school assemblies, children or vulnerable adults as part of "drama-therapy."
She adores the countryside, a passion shared by her husband and three children.

Heather maintains that the Kingdom Rising series wrote itself and she just tagged along for the ride, writing about the situations and the characters she saw along the way.

According to Heather, the first three books in the series (Warrior, Eternity and Deva) function as a prologue (just a very long prologue) setting the stage for the rest of events. She enjoys writing what she calls "jigsaw stories" - stories told from multiple viewpoints that mesh together as the book progresses.
Because no story belongs to just one person.

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