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Mana

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Published: 2 years ago

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Eurich is thrown into a seemingly ill-fated destiny. After learning of his legendary magic, he is convinced that he alone must stop an impending doom, but nothing is ever as it seems. His best friends Jason and Raine try their best to help him save the world, but help isn’t what he needs —he needs a way across the barrier. Despite this fate thrust upon him, Eurich knows what is coming. The world is headed toward Chaos due to a weakening barrier between Earth and a world that has been hidden for millennia. Our world is about to take a sharp turn for the worse. Extra moons are rising in the sky, and panic is at an all-time high. Worst of all, there are no explanations. Saving the world begins with a choice —but is humanity worth him risking his own life?

Syed Saqib Hussain Rafiqi

read the book, but i still dont understand what plot was.The end was a disaster, i felt like rushing down the stairs and skipping a step. If the ending was meant to be like that, then many things mentioned b4 make no sense.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Asher Tensei

Hi, I'm Ash! I’ve always been good at doing at least one thing in my life, getting people to break the mold. I’m very passionate about the fantasy genre and I like where it is headed, but sometimes, I can’t help but feel we’re all really buying the same stories just told from a different POV. I made it my duty to generate something in people that already exists in low amounts, uniqueness and esteem. I chose to write Mana because it does exactly what we all expect it to. Those who have read it have thought differently about what it means to feel like to ”one in a million.” It was very important that I convey that message in the book because, every day, more people are doubting themselves and not realizing that only they are capable of being themselves. Nobody else in the world can write my book. No one else in the world can tell me how to make my craft better (though I gladly accept criticism ). Lastly, no one can diminish me or my works. Simply because I refuse to be changed. I like being one in a million, and so should you!

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