Ahvarra: The Heart of the World

Ahvarra: The Heart of the World

Brian J.Lang / Jun 18, 2019

Ahvarra The Heart of the World The island of Lorenya is slowly being eaten by a black desert known as the Raught and its inhabitants both humans and a transforming race known as Ameleons need a solution Such a solution may exist i

  • Title: Ahvarra: The Heart of the World
  • Author: Brian J.Lang
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The island of Lorenya is slowly being eaten by a black desert known as the Raught, and its inhabitants both humans and a transforming race known as Ameleons need a solution Such a solution may exist in their own world, at the ruins of a battlefield that lies across the treacherous Raught, while another may exist by passing through Ahvarra, the Heart of the World, that conThe island of Lorenya is slowly being eaten by a black desert known as the Raught, and its inhabitants both humans and a transforming race known as Ameleons need a solution Such a solution may exist in their own world, at the ruins of a battlefield that lies across the treacherous Raught, while another may exist by passing through Ahvarra, the Heart of the World, that connects Lorenya to a mid 21st century Earth Can history and technology combine to save one small world

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      • Brian J.Lang

        When I was sixteen years old, I was reading Billy Budd by Herman Melville for my English class My friend and I were pretty much bored out of our minds My friend said to me, We could probably do better than this To which, being sixteen, I agreed.Thus I embarked on becoming a writer My first attempt was laughable, a James Bond clone that proved one thing only I could conceive of and write a story from page 1 to page n but that didn t make it a good book Thus, Ian Gemini yep, that was his name was laid to rest Over the course of time I improved, stealing less and creating I went to school at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and studied English with a Creative Writing focus I learned from published authors I had to keep my mouth shut while my peers ripped my work to shreds Most importantly, my writing continued to get better I wrote a novel as my thesis and at some point I may go back, pull it out of mothballs, and see if it stands up.At some point I decided to shift away from thrillers and write fantasy I found my creative juices tended toward of the fantastical, of magic and monsters I found an amazing writing group willing to give me feedback about my story and characters I found my voice, and as a writer that s a critical component It s clear that at sixteen I was full of hubris And now, I am full of humility To Mr Melville, both an apology and a thank you Without Billy Budd I would not have become a writer myself.


    815 Comments

    1. I didn’t know quite what to expect when I started. I’ve always shied away from fantasy because I was put off by some of the overly elaborate plots and weird names, but I realized soon enough that such a label doesn’t quite cover this story. And what a story! There are names that aren’t familiar and worlds we haven’t heard of, but there’s bravery and surprise, tragedy, plotting and heroism and true love. At first I was concerned when I saw how many characters populated the world, conc [...]


    2. I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys fantasy or sci-fi stories, the author manages to combine all the individual characters and stories that span different worlds and time lines into a really great book. He has created two really interesting worlds with deep histories. I have to mention how well he kept the story moving forward even though he had so many characters to work through and plot lines to tie up. He kept me interested the entire way and not once was I ever confused as to [...]


    3. The book is well plotted. There are several characters you follow and they all eventually intertwine. There were a couple characters I liked more than others and I didn't want to leave them, but Lang made it very obvious who you were with so there was never any confusion.***Spoilers***There ended up being only one bad guy and in the end he redeemed himself, kind of, which I didn't expect. I don't look for bad guys to try to redeem themselves (unless that's what the book is about) I just assume t [...]


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