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In a time before the written word, a young warrior, the last of his kind, does battle with the ancient evil threatening his people.

Pursued by the supplicants of an ancient religion, a man travels from the Indus Valley to Akkad to seek those who can write the symbols of history.

Legends is the first installment of the Garaaga's Children series. The stories of the god Garaaga
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Published December 10th 2011 by Blue Moose Press
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Tarl
This book is actually a collection of two different stories, so I will look at them each in my review.

The first story is 'The Last Hunter'.
Stories set before written time have a place set aside in my heart for them. These tales take a bit of research to compose without having it come across as an unrealistic tale with wild cavemen running around with mammoths or some other tomfoolery. Cooley has done a good job of doing enough research to project a realistic environment for his characters to in
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Chris Bauer
I've been listening to this author on the Dead Robots Society podcast for years and finally made the time to check out a small collection of Garaaga's Children work.

I'm hooked.

He has a very distinct style of writing which I enjoyed. The stories were succinct, well-written and help create a primer of sorts to his mythology. I very much look forward to diving into the books themselves next.
Anna Heidick
I didn't really understand some of it, the enemies mainly, and the action scene of the first story was confusing for me but that's okay. Since this is the first book of the series I guess it makes sense that you might not understand it all. Or maybe it's just me and I just have to think about it more. Thinking the story over again did help me understand it better then when I was listening to it in the moment so yeah, could just be me being slow. ;) Anyway, I liked the ending.
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A writer, podcaster, and software architect from Houston, Texas, Paul E Cooley has been writing since the age of 12. In 2009, he began producing free psychological thriller and horror podcasts, essays, and reviews available from Shadowpublications.com and iTunes.

His stories have been listened to by thousands and he has been a guest on such notable podcasts as Podioracket, John Mierau‘s “Podcast Te
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