Humans were cast out of Eden for committing the original sin. Now Seven will answer, should Humanity live forever? But first, join Team Six in their rescue mission turned daring prison break from death. Author's Corner: Welcome to the Legend of the Seven series #LOTSseries, my Guardians. This is my first novel turned webnovel. I'm returning to this fictional world after a 6-year hiatus with a lot of personal growth and insight. Insights gained from being a lifetime reader. I was the kid who read Harry Potter and Percy Jackson. I was the new adult who read I Shall Seal the Heavens and Ark. I've lost count of how many fictional worlds I've visited and lived through for I grew up on western novels but discovered eastern novels in my college years. This is my attempt to marry those two literary styles. It's my hope that this journey becomes more than just a book. If you're reading this simply expecting an ego power trip then turn back. There'll be action but with a lot of metaphysics and discussion on life with its accompanying issues. I strive to ground and make this webnovel relatable with verisimilitude. This webnovel is about choice. Freewill and its consequences. I give my characters autonomy to do and be themselves which sometimes leads to me rewriting and replotting because of pleasant surprises from my characters. Even the character who dies within the chapter they are introduced can have a massive impact with several ripples. So, there'll be stories on love and loss, hope and despair, but most importantly, it'll be a story. Release schedule: I will be focus unedited releases on Royalroad and Scribblehub. Edited releases everywhere will resume July 2nd. I'm working on a project, codenamed "Guides' Sanctum", to make LOTSseries even more alive with special voice-overs, extra stories, behind the scene stuff, and so much more. But it can only come online when certain benchmarks are reached. The listed goals will help us get there. Goals: 50 collections will unlock 4 chapters a week 100 collections will unlock 5 chapters a week 250 collections will unlock 6 chapters a week 500 collections and Project Guides' Sanctum comes online by August/September Links: Lotsseries.blogspot.com Social: @tonyswag0 - twitter @lotsseries - Facebook I'm thrilled at what is happening and what is still to come. Never be afraid to drop a comment. My DM is open. I'll work to keep this work free to access but I ask you to enjoy it from official sources so that you can be part of the discussion. There's magic in reading together to form a shared experience. Again, welcome aboard, my Guardians.
“What would I do if I were the strongest?” “What would I be like if I was the strongest?” What would I do with it all?” “Where would I be right now if I was” Is the questions a boy name Uzi would ask himself every time after he finished reading a couple of chapters of the novel he was reading, imagining himself doing heroic! Crazy stunts! Being crazy strong! he even some time foolishly prayed to God to become the strongest but of course that didn’t happen. But then one day he woke up and heard a voice in his head. “Your passion for wanting to be the Strongest is incredible boy, I shall gift you my power, my knowledge of cultivation, I shall give my everything to you, do not make me regret one of my last choices in life”. ———————— This is a slow pace story and a fast pace at the same time depends on the plot we’re in. I hope we both will enjoy this one. Stay safe!
"There came a light tap at the library door—and, pale as the tenant of a tomb, a menial entered upon tiptoe. His looks were wild with terror, and he spoke to me in a voice tremulous, husky, and very low. What said he?—some broken sentences I heard. He told of a wild cry disturbing the silence of the night—of the gathering together of the household—of a search in the direction of the sound; and then his tones grew thrillingly distinct as he whispered me of a violated grave—of a disfigured body enshrouded, yet still breathing—still palpitating—still alive!" - E.A. Poe
In the ancient ages, the Creator God laid the foundation of the universe and was unmatched in His sovereignty. In envy, five Deity-class beings colluded with the most ancient evils to supress the Creator God's power and seize it for themselves. That conflict tore apart the cosmos. In the end, the God was forced to seal himself and His power away into an artifact. The Deities searched fruitlessly for the Artiface but it remained unfound. In the end, the Deities seized the remnants of the God's power to create the Supreme Races who led their hordes to control the heavens between themselves. Outside of these races, a little-known race, the weakest of them all, Humanity suffered countless oppressions even to the modern day, abandoned by their God. MODERN DAY Tir Rafah Shiloh is always the loser of life. He is constantly being judged inferior in every aspect of his existence due to him being unable to be successful in anything. Being suppressed to the point of death, he stumbles upon an ancient tablet. It calls itself the Artiface and gives Tir the ray of hope that he can reverse His fate and vie for supremacy under the rejection of the heavens. See how the weakest person, rises to change fate and perceive the mystery of eternity.
The last heir of the Immortal Star planet Sect is on the run as the last heir being hunted. After shedding his mortal form his soul is on the run. In the vast space he meets another immortal soul both in Bad "Spirits" they fight and end up on earth.
A young man's world is torn apart and thrown in complete disarray just as it was supposed to have begun. Weeks before his 18th birthday, when he finally gets to choose his class, Earth experiences an unknown arcane detonation on an apocalyptic scale. As the world warps and twists in the aftermath, he learns that possibly none of the information he had spent his entire life studying may be true. Physics, both arcane and mundane have changed. 17 years wasted. As the chaos and carnage rage on he is given the final blow. Renowned Elemental Mage Vanja Lind-Lir and the infamous Assassin Michael Lir perished in the catastrophe. Like billions around the world, he had lost both of his parents.