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The Augury of Ilsi'isli

By Manisha Sahoo All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Adventure

Blurb

While the war looms close, the prophecy has begun to twist in ways the Seer of the ancient tribe of Ilsi'isli could not have foreseen. Three groups of beings are thrown into the battlefield - the humans, the Ilsi'islians and the Thi'lusians, to face each other off. Except, the humans have only been aware of the other two tribes as part of bedtime stories. What chance do they stand against the pure magic-wielders and the dark magic-wielders, and whose side should they choose? (Few of the chapters contain graphic scenes of bloodshed. You've been warned.)

Preface: The Ilsi'isli Epoch

It’s in the wind that blows,

It’s in the night that howls,

It’s in the branches that shiver,

It’s in the mud that quivers,

It is an ancient folklore for some;

More have seen the true glum.

It is a land perfectly in view -

Yet no one can enter, no one can leave.

~ Ancient scripture The Ilsi’isli Epoch (recovered from Enchanter Woods and translated from the ancient speak).

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Chapters
1. Preface: The Ilsi'isli Epoch
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