Hello folks! Welcome to another busy week of stories from the Otherworld. Last week we spent some time in a lot of different genres, including some that we never ventured to before. Today, we’re starting off with an interesting science fiction tale that carries us off into a strange new direction all on its own.
Nada Almarri weaves a tale of destiny in The Naiyro and the Beckoning Eroded Stone. The story feels as though it has a complex and exotic poetry to it, almost like an epic metaphysical journey. Almarri dives deep into the mythology of her worlds, and you can tell that the surface has just barely been scratched. The story is ripe for return visits, and readers will no doubt wish to know more about what they’re delving into.
The story speaks of an approaching danger towards the Milky Way, but halted before it was too late, however, nothing is always according to plan. The shield is weakening, but a creature called a Naiyro promises to fix the problem, except he can’t and needs a chosen one, to act on his behalf. The heavy task falls on Silic, but how will he proceed throughout his journey? Who shall he meet? A friend? A foe? And here I dare ask, will you be joining us and live the adventure, to discover another world beyond your reach?
The story has a mix of science fiction, adventure, fantasy, thriller and a bit of magic. A story you might not feel the passing of time, as you go through it.
The tale of the Naiyro and his chosen one stretches over a decade, and it will leave readers itching for more. A mix of science fiction and fantasy, you’re never quite sure what you’re going to stumble upon, and it’s perhaps that mysteriousness that will have you flipping the pages again and again to see what comes next. The adventure has a fairy-tale like quality that is both endearing and enduring, and by the turn of the last page, you’ll see that journey can yet continue. Check out The Naiyro and the Beckoning Eroded Stone on Amazon today!
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