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The Last Kamaali by Lori Holmes - Book Tour

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 Blurb 

Courage. Truth. Sacrifice.


Nyriaana and Juaan are no longer protected by the might of the Hunting Bear Clan. Alone and on the run, they need to choose their allies and enemies wisely if they are to evade the vengeful clutches of their former chief, Eldrax. But with nowhere to hide, can they truly run forever?


Tormented by visions of the fabled Last Kamaali, Nyriaana must now decide if she is ready to sacrifice everything in order to fulfil her ultimate destiny. In doing so, she may not only lose those she loves most, but unwittingly awaken ancient powers that will jeopardise the very existence of humanity.


In this final chapter of the Ancestors Saga, all races of men must decide once and for all what it truly means to be human.

 

The Ancestors Saga

Exciting and compelling, The Ancestors Saga takes you on an epic journey 40,000 years into our own dark and forgotten past. As the world teeters on the brink of another glacial winter, homo sapiens are not the only human species to walk the Earth. When the destiny of the entire human race hangs in the balance, the prize for survivors will be Earth itself.

The Ancestors Saga is a fantasy romance series, combining mythology, folklore, metaphysical elements and adventure, to retell a lost chapter in the evolution of humankind.



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Excerpt

“The Igigi have rebelled!”

Lord Enlil’s voice reverberated through the research bay. Both Ninmah and Enki glanced up in alarm as the leader of their council stalked through the gleaming space; his reflection curling along the polished walls. Enlil’s golden skin was bleached with rage, his full mouth mashed into a line of anger.

Beside her, Ninmah felt Enki founder. His shock at the news that the Igigi would dare to rebel against their betters was palpable. Ninmah’s own mouth went dry. “Surely not, Enlil—” An explosion from somewhere outside their complex shook the research bay, forcing Ninmah to catch her weight on a nearby console.

“It cannot be!” Fear shredded Enki’s usually sibilant tones as he found his voice at last.

“They have destroyed their equipment!” Enlil shrieked, his glowing blue eyes incandescent. “Mining for the element is no longer possible.”

Ninmah gripped her console until bone showed through her knuckles. All three of them knew what this meant, and the weight of that knowledge fell like a shroud upon the room. The thought of their homeworld choking into nothingness as the atmosphere leaked away was too much to bear. They needed the element, or Nibiru would die.


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