[NEW REVIEW] One, by Ron Glick

21 Sep
[NEW REVIEW] One, by Ron Glick

By Quill Ink And Parchment

Nathaniel Goodsmith is a happily married man with children. He truly loves his family. However, things are not so rosy in his life, in fact, there are times there is great turbulence. His mother was a druidess and ended up stoned to death due to her teachings and use of the old ways. They killed his mother because she was faithful to the older gods.

There has been a war between the old pantheon and the newer pantheon of gods for centuries. Finally, after the older gods were fading from the mortal world through the interference of the New Order, there was a god named Malik who was a god of war and peace. He instigated a plan to rekindle the passion for the older gods and hopefully bring back their faithful.

He created nine swords each designed to slay the gods from the New Order. Though there is a twist…

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