The Road to Rebirth (The Children of Telm, #2)The Road to Rebirth by Dean F. Wilson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Some words for those who have joined late in this wonderful journey of fantasy- a journey to save the human civilisation from approaching doom. it was the penultimate battle between the beat of the dark-Agon and the war god Telm-in which the war god perished but not before he was able to chain up the fierce beast to the depths of the darkness-the Hales. It was days of prosperity for the human civilisation- until the chains of the Hales that confined the deadly beast that confined him to his position- stated to get loose-because they were no physical chains-but a part of the power of mind of Telm is entrapped inside the chains-and with times the power is considerably weakened.
If he can escape from dungeon-then there will be apocalypse for the human civilization-because the deadly beast will stop at nothing but before the annihilation of entire human race. Only the bloodline of Telm-is the only hope to the human species. One of the representatives of the bloodline is Ifferon-our protagonist.
Ifferon and his companions are in a quest to save the human race-to ensures that the beast remains chained- and the followers of the beast –the creatures of darkness are defeated.
But heir endeavour met with fire-they witnessed the death of the mortal body of a boy-inside whose body resided the soul of the father god, Corias! They again find themselves in a journey- a wonderful journey in which many friends may turn foes and foes may turn friends- a journey with fascinating happenings- to save the boy and ensure there is resurrection of the father god!
Will this be possible? Reader will swing in an epoch of possibility and impossibility in this most extraordinary adventure-where legends, folk lore, history all have been mixed up to create a true mirror of the medieval Europe – and the people and the land.

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