Zackery Brown Releases PRIMAL ASPECTS
Mankind is on the brink of extinction as superhuman beings known as primal aspects make it their goal to overthrow humanity. Led by an immensely powerful leader, human kind's only hope for survival rests on the return of an even greater power; a legend unseen for countless centuries.
"Primal Aspects Book I: Savior Rise" (published by Xlibris) written by author Zackery Brown centers round a powerful conflict between two groups of beings-humans and primal aspects. Humans begin to realize how much their future is jeopardized by the primal aspects. Naster Borew, a twelve-year-old boy, has his worst fears realized when his town is destroyed and he becomes separated from his parents.
Naster flees for safety in a nearby forest to escape the primal aspects. Trying to survive, he befriends Lisha Coles, a fellow survivor and they embark on a journey together to find his friends, family, and the only hope to stop the rampage that could bring humanity to its knees.
"Primal Aspects Book I: Savior Rise" is about the struggle between good and evil. It has plenty of action, plot and mystery behind its pages. It gives readers a sense of wonder and will broaden their imaginations as they delve into Naster's world.
Primal Aspects Book I: Savior Rise
By Zackery Brown
Hardcover |6 x 9in | 212 pages | ISBN 9781499022995
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 212 pages | ISBN 9781499023008
E-Book | 212 pages | ISBN 9781499022988
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Zackery Brown was born in Port Colborne, Ontario Canada. This is his first novel.
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