Neal Grant Releases 'Empire Shattered'
Neal Grant, an artist in both music and writing, has completed his new book "Empire Shattered": a gripping tale about evil doers, plotting government agents and epic battles. Empire Shattered explores in depth one of the most important aspects of human relationships: The indispensable role a father plays in the development of his son.
Grant's passion for writing came to fruition after he could no longer play the guitar, according to Grant, "In (my) mid-thirties, after practicing many hours daily for many years, (I) developed problems with (my) left hand, the primary hand used for (my) guitar playing. So, (I) sought a new outlet for (my) creativity, and began to write."
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Neal Grant's riveting tale's main characters are Julian Paul and his adoptive father, Argolan, founder of the Argalian Trade Empire.
The Argalian Trade Empire is the largest commerce organization in mankind's history. Since taking Julian in, Argolan has groomed him to assume leadership of The Trade Empire. Unfortunately, Julian is crippled by fear and doubt as the result of a childhood family tragedy for which he blames himself. These ghosts of Julian's past have prevented him from becoming the leader he could be, and the leader he should be.
The already intricate relationship between Julian and Argolan becomes further complicated when James Masse, a rogue military commander who has a vendetta against Argolan, attempts to avenge himself. The unanticipated consequences of Masse's actions spiral out of control, placing Julian in the center of the conflict, while at the same time unwittingly unleashing the power of a galactic government bent on total domination.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase"Empire Shattered" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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