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Into The East: The Razing

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The Razing is a supernatural thriller (part one of three) detailing the adventures of Prince Aaranon - an affluent yet humble nobleman on the forest laden planet of Araz, home of the udame people. Over a thousand years ago, a race of beings known as the Ayim came from an as yet unknown realm by opening a portal into their world, changing their simple agrarian lifestyle into a technological marvel. They abandoned their old gods in exchange for advanced technology that would one day allow them to achieve immortality and to consummate divine singularity. Their quest to traverse the heavens however was impeded by a mysterious group known as the Apostates. After their destruction of over four hundred temples to the Ayim, it was up to Aaranon, leading the most elite fighting force, to finally destroy the last vestiges of these ruthless killers who bitterly cling to an antiquated way of life. It soon however became clear that the true enemy was not the Apostates, but the truth itself. Not only is Aaranon's life about to crumble down around him, but Araz itself is destined for a major cataclysm that will not only impact every Arazian, but will impact every man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth. The milieu of Araz is fraught with age old traditions and new world technology. Along with genetic modification, wireless energy, quantum communications, and anti-gravity flight, the udame continue to practice traditions reminiscent of ancient Rome."

404 pages, Paperback

First published February 20, 2014

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J.A. Davis

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J.A. Davis is the author of the new science fiction trilogy: Into The East. The Razing is the first book in the series.

Jeff and his wife meet years ago while doing standup comedy in the Indianapolis area. It is that same sense of humor that has carried them along life’s, sometimes, bumpy road.

After attending Rose Hulman Institute of Technology for Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University for Aeronautical Technology, and Liberty University for theological studies, along with currently being employed as a Senior Systems Analyst and IT manager for the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturer, Mr. Davis decided to employ his love of technology and ancient discoveries into his other love of telling stories.

When he is not at work, or spending time homeschooling his two daughters, with most of the burden being shouldered by his lovely wife of eighteen years, Mr. Davis spends time reading through technical journals, ancient archaeological discoveries, biblical texts, or just sits next to his adopted greyhound to watch a few episodes on the SyFy channel.

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