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The Revolutions of Time

Jonathan Dunn

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The Canitaurs, who believe that the past is the key to the future, and the Zards, who believe that the past is just the past, are at war and each believes that a redeemer will arrive and propel them to victory. What role Jehu, who has been summoned to the island of Daem, will play in stopping these hostilities is unclear but he soon learns that he will determine not just the outcome of the war but the fate of all humanity.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .its code that dictates what it is and what it will become, the master plan.”

Allow me to take a moment to describe the mural for you. Firstly, its form: it was spread out across the dome like the painted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, its whole being a broad, harmonious picture that complimented itself, telling a story throughout its united branches. It was much more than a painting, though, because it stood out from the dome like a group of completely independent sculptures, but placed so as to tell the combined story with a sort of native ease, not stressed or artificial, yet seeming as natural and beautiful as water in its flowing grace. Now I will endeavor to describe its content, though I realize that in this case the picture must be worth many millions of words.

The center of the mural was its beginning, and there a man was standing proudly upright, dressed in splendid clothes of fine linens. He held in his hand a magnificent cup of gold w. . . Read More