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Third Life: The Ten Plagues Of Oluceps (The Creation Saga Book 1)

by A.D. Honecker
4.8 stars – 13 reviews
FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

What would you do with the infinite power to make objects you picture in your mind into real, physical items?

For Atha, this question becomes very real when he visualizes a gun in his mind, only for it to fall from thin air only a moment later. It will take the rest of his life to figure out how to control his own limitless power, but only a few seconds to figure out what to do with the gun. Turning the weapon upon his abusive father, he slays the tyrant that has tormented him for years, only to find himself placed on death row by a corrupt government. He finds himself under the protecting of an old mafia leader, who instructs the traumatized Atha to conceal his power from the world, for fear of what would happen with its discovery. Eleven years pass as Atha awaits his execution date.
An escape attempt goes awry, and with Atha facing imminent death, a portal to another world opens, spiriting Atha away to lands unknown. Now, in this new world of Oluceps, a land of magic and monsters, Atha releases his power, no longer bothering to contain his limitless ability. Only, it seems his power may have a mind of its own. And it’s far more powerful than he ever envisioned. Now, the old and dark forces of Oluceps come calling for this powerful new human in their territory, but Atha has an insult on his tongue and a bullet in his gun to respond with.

“A great new world packed interesting characters and plot twists.” 5 star review