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Of Men Made Gods (A Tale Of The Lost Arts, #0) Osman Welela

Of Men Made Gods (A Tale Of The Lost Arts, #0)

Osman Welela

Published November 18th 2014
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I lied about not finding a way to channel magic from other beings, said Avon, referring to the failure he had admitted to last time he spoke at Hall. There was a land I visited where magicians grew their power by feeding off their own men. HaveMoreI lied about not finding a way to channel magic from other beings, said Avon, referring to the failure he had admitted to last time he spoke at Hall. There was a land I visited where magicians grew their power by feeding off their own men. Have you any idea what kind of danger youve brought to our people?Well be different, said Elizo, the earlier surprise fading from his face as his voice eased back to an uncaring tone. We are Danu.Avon made a sound halfway between mocking and despair as he heard his peoples name being uttered with such blind fate. You mean well be the first to fall? he asked, not able to keep the rising anger out of his voice. The first people to usher darkness into the world?Faced with an enemy with superior numbers, the Danu had chosen to flee after decades of endless battles. Years later, as they are getting accustomed to their new home, they find that their enemy is hunting for them again. Chaos follows, as these ancient people are filled with bone trembling fear at the thought of annihilation. In this time of uncertainty, a man, Lucifio Lamourn, turns to the one thing his people had more than any other- magic. He proposes a plan so drastic that itll literally change the face of the land itself.More than a hundred years later, news of that same enemy arrives to the now prosperous home of the magicians who call themselves Druids. And just as his ancestor had done in his own time, Avon Lamourn puts forward a radical plan of his own. Now he only has to convince the power hungry, decadent, and egotistic rulers of his people that his way would avert the coming war with the least amount of risk.