Epic Fantasy – Daygo’s Fury

Daygo's FuryDaygo’s Fury
The Daygo Stream, Book 1
By John O’Sullivan
Published: September 2015
Genre: Epic Fantasy
Formats Available For Review: pdf, mobi, epub, ebook

Inspired by “The Wheel of Time”, Daygo’s Fury is the first book in an epic fantasy of huge scale. Character-centric and real; a flawed boy, with extraordinary power, in a harsh world, fights to survive and find a future. Published on amazon on 15th-Sept ’15, it is 114,000 words in length, c.300 pages. Written in UK English, it has adult content.

It’s not easy to survive in the slums.

Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions deteriorate, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hatred. They’ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for their life. Panic grows within his chest. Racquel offers him hope, something good to live for, in a place where there seems nothing but dirt. But what form of survival is worth living for? And what is Liam willing to do to survive? What is he willing to become?

Niisa lives in the great forests of the Chewe mountains. He knows he is the odd one in the tribe. He knows he is different. Daygo calls to him; it speaks to him in the sounds of the forest, in the falling of the rain, in brief glimpses of sunlight through the canopy of trees overhead. It is the life that inhabits all things, that fuels all movement. He will do anything to join the Waloleng de Kgotia, the famous priests of the daygo stream. The tribespeople might consider his actions evil … but they don’t understand.

The world is on the brink of famine and war. New magic is set to be unleashed. The beasts in the north, considered only a surreal page in history, raise their heads and consider, once again, marching south.

Daygo flows, but which way will the current pull …

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