Skyflare by Aaron Oster (Rise To Omniscience Book 3)
English | 2019 | Sci-Fi | ePUB | 506 Kb
Skyflare : With a Pinnacle King now rising in the North, Morgan debates leaving the Five Kingdoms for good. However, his past comes back to haunt him and false memories are once again discovered. Not knowing who to trust, Morgan strikes out with Sarah to uncover the mystery of his past in a long-destroyed city that may finally give him some answers.
Warning: This book contains profanity, gore and content that may not be suitable for children. This book also contains GameLit elements, such as stat sheets, a form of leveling, and experience gain.
“Casting his gaze around, the beast could make out a vast throne made of ice set in the very center of the cavern. Massive icicles hung from the ceiling and protruded from the ground, and at the far end of the room, a tall archway stood, indicating a way out. Other than the throne, and the stone slab to which he was currently bound, the beast couldn’t see anything else. The cavern was barren and completely devoid of any and all life.
The beast turned his attention back up to the ceiling, where he could see many of the chains were tethered, and once again, attempted to break free. Flexing his massive, white, fur-covered arms, he heaved with all his might but still had no luck in weakening his bonds.
Giving up once more, the beast closed his eyes and felt for the core of his power, the large red and blue sphere floating at his center. Tapping into that power, he cycled the mana and chi, in a quick spiral, speeding the rotation up with each flex of his power. After a few minutes, the red and blue began to slowly combine, and within a half hour, his entire core had been converted over to reiki.
The beast opened his eyes, now glowing a bright violet, and let out an earth-shaking roar. He pumped his body full of the reiki now thrumming in his core and flexed his arms once more. This time, there was a loud creaking sound from up above, and one of the chains holding him snapped like a dry twig, shattering into a thousand pieces.”