Scrolls Rashim the Hunter killed the beast The Keepers kept the legend alive The Macedonians uncovered the ancient book And now in the Library of Alexandria the greatest storehouse of human knowledge one s

  • Title: Scrolls
  • Author: Paul Elard Cooley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rashim the Hunter killed the beast.The Keepers kept the legend alive.The Macedonians uncovered the ancient book.And now, in the Library of Alexandria, the greatest storehouse of human knowledge, one scribe discovers the truth about the god Garaaga this is not a legend.Scrolls, volume four in the Garaaga s Children saga, ties together the previous tales in a fiery conclusiRashim the Hunter killed the beast.The Keepers kept the legend alive.The Macedonians uncovered the ancient book.And now, in the Library of Alexandria, the greatest storehouse of human knowledge, one scribe discovers the truth about the god Garaaga this is not a legend.Scrolls, volume four in the Garaaga s Children saga, ties together the previous tales in a fiery conclusion.

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    1. The sheer scope of the Garaaga's Children series amazes me. Each book only really shares the historical-fiction tag before going outwards and bouncing between a variety of other genres. Some are action, some are horror. Some are slow paced, others quick and brutal. But in spanning something through the ages such as Cooley is, I am starting to understand that this may be a necessity.'Scrolls' when compared to the previous books in the Garaaga saga is a lot slower paced. Taking place in the librar [...]

    2. A novella by one of the three hosts of the Dead Robot Society. Herodot is a Jewish orphan taken in by a Greek patron to be a scribe in the famed Library of Alexander. He is a tormented soul with many phobias which he battles daily in his feverish quest to translate knowledge from a lost civilization.This work is really well edited. The plot has set the stage for my own addiction which has resulted in me purchasing two sequels Legends and Interlopers which no will nag at me in my 'To Be Read' pil [...]

    3. This instalment to the Garaagas saga tied in some of the previous stories nicely. I really enjoyed this story and am left with an insatiable hunger for more. Lets just hope i find some lapris before I have to feed this hunger.

    4. It's my book. So of course I think it's awesome. :P. BTW--the only reason this review exists is because I needed it in order to add a feature. GRRRR PLEASE POST HONEST REVIEWS!

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