Synopsis: Drowning the Sands of G’desh

What I am putting on the back cover of my book.

Two religions have waged war for centuries. While the Pure Flame controls the Bronze City, forcing the Followers into exile for over two hundred years, the Followers have found a questionable ally capable of turning the tables. These are the tales of four souls navigating the era the Sands of G’desh drown in blood.

Kessem, a young warrior and idolized uncle, is demoted to scholar. However, an old man and a foreigner have plans to use him as a pawn to take control of the Bronze City. Can he survive their manipulations, and which side will he help?

Dameneh pines for a woman who left two years ago. However, at sixteen he is chosen by the One to become a holy warrior. Now he must take on the life of a nomad and the unwanted responsibilities of fate.

Azasheer is a mysterious assassin capable of wielding fire as a weapon. He works for money, caring little about the tyrannical Khalifate or the struggling rebels Interacting more often with the rebels, he starts to wonder if he could fight for more than money.

Salemen is a simple scribe for the Khalif. Watching horrors occur day after day, he wonders if the rebels are in the right. Meanwhile, his wife has a secret she keeps poorly hidden from him.

These are the tales of G’desh, the first volume in the Legend of Ji-Wei

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