The Oracle’s Journal

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Partridge Africa, Nov 12, 2018 - Fiction - 1026 pages
Suddenly, it’s a world flooded with magic and danger draws closer with every passing second. When the powers of sixteen gods are inherited by four teenagers, destruction is not far behind. In Maxton City, everything changes in the blink of an eye. When a portal to the Chaos Realm – a place of torment, a world of horrors – opens up over Maxton City Park, the monsters begin to appear. Then comes the First Queen of Earth. Unbeknownst to anyone, four teenagers have found the means to battling these enemies deep in the Cradle of Humankind. They have found the Amulets of the Spirits, artefacts that house the souls of long-dead gods and grant the four powers beyond their wildest dreams, creating the new Guardians. Using these amulets, they can take the forms of the gods, and wield power that would incinerate mortals. But even that might not be enough... Serena, the First Queen, the Demon Queen, is searching for the most powerful artefact in existence, an artefact capable of granting the power of a god: The Oracle’s Journal. If she ascends, then not even the guardians can stop her. And there’ll be no gods to help them for what comes next...

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The Aftermath
The Oracles Journal
The Arena
Blood Root
Patience Is
Its the Right Thing to

Hostile Hospital
Waking of the Wolf
The Angel Cometh
The Beast of Light
The Knights of Agnitia
Something Bad Comes This
Lets Talk
Battle of the Beasts
Return of the Knights
Rescue Mission
Devon and Lennox
The Three Steps
Birth of the Cult
The Angelic Trinity
Knowledge is Power
The Calm
The Armies of Chaos
Road Rage
The Darkness Inside
The Vision
The Mysteries of Maxton City
Knights in the Museum
The Swordsman
The Maxton City Museum of Magic
The Last Awakening
The First Queen of Earth
The City of the Slaughter
The Invasion of Nepha
The Chaos Twins

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