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The Twilight of Miogaror: Book One of The Ginnungan Genocide

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In the sparsely populated country of Miogaror, war is on the horizon.

Ezekiel is a stout believer of a dying religion and a man with a mysterious past. Cain is a young man who knows nothing of the world beyond his homeland, and he looks up to Ezekiel as a mentor. But Cain knows nothing of the man's true intentions, and he'll question everything he knows and loves when he f
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Kindle Edition, 397 pages
Published February 12th 2011
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Jeffrey Joslin (b. 1985) is a budding young author of the fantasy and suspense/mystery genres. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California in a super duper secret underground bunker, in which he writes 23 hours a day, 364 days a year. During his minutes away from the keyboard, he enjoys eating and sleeping, although he rarely has the necessary funds to engage in the former (you can help him ou ...more
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