The sun is dying over Ashathar.
Kataklysm arrives every three thousand years. It’s always different, but whatever form it takes, the result is the same—it brings humanity to the brink of extinction.
The last Kataklysm… happened three thousand years ago.
To save the world from Kataklysm, Tannen seeks an ancient path, once cultivated by the ancestors, long since abandoned and forgotten.
To find the path, Tannen must venture into hostile lands. Did the path save a remnant of life during the last Kataklysm?
Or was there something else about the path they pursued that left them warped, exiled, and nearly forgotten?
Tannen must venture into Tensia. A place occupied by a barbaric superhuman race. Tannen isn’t a warrior. He’s an archaeologist. His companion, Valoria, is an astrologist.
This could be the last Kataklaym, the end of humanity forever.
Can Tannen and Valoria survive in hostile territory, or will their deaths seal the fate of the world?
Beginning of an epic series
The kataklysm occurs every 3,000 years, but the next one day be the last.
Tannen, an archeologist, has translations that allude to the last kataklysm, but when he tries to warn everyone about the impending kataklysm, he laughed at.
Valoria isn’t laughing — she’s an astrologist and has seen evidence that the sun could be extinguished.
The two of them must venture into the war-torn country of their enemies in order to search for a way to stop the kataklysm.
A good introduction to the world and characters.
Kelley Hazen was very expressive and did a wonderful job with the narration and all the different characters.
Available on Amazon here, or as an audiobook.
Series: Kataklysm: Origins |