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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Lost City Chronicles
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:496
  • eBook ISBN:9781937498641

Earthly Trinity

by Daniel Blackaby

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The end has come with the final book in the Lost City Chronicles Trilogy. With shades of J.R.R Tolkien and Jules Verne, Earthly Trinity finalizes Cody and Jade's destiny and the revelation of the Prophecy. What will become of Under-Earth?
The End Has Come. The armies of El Dorado approach like an unstoppable flood. Outnumbered twenty-five to one, Atlantis hastens to ready its feeble defenses. Meanwhile, the mysterious society known as CROSS, long hidden in the shadows, prepares to make its move, wielding an ancient power that could decide the outcome of the war. Racing against time, Cody wrestles with his responsibilities as the Book Keeper, his imminent duel against the Golden King, and worst of all, the haunting secret he has kept from Jade: the revelation that for the Prophecy to be fulfilled—she must die. As the death toll rises and betrayals come from the most unexpected places, Cody and Jade must face their greatest fears to fulfill their destiny, no matter the cost, and save Under-Earth.
About the author
Daniel is a fourth generation author. As a result, he was constantly surrounded by books. From early childhood, he was constantly crafting elaborate tales of fantasy and adventure. As a homeschool student, homework often played second fiddle to his writing passion. Following graduation, he attended NGU and obtained a BA in English. His first "paid writing gig" came when asked to contribute weekly internet blogs to Josiahroad.com, which he did for several years. This led to the publication of his first non-fiction book, When Worlds Collide (B&H Pub), which was co-authored with his brother Mike. The book was well received and sold out the first print run on pre-sales alone. At the young age of 24, Daniel accomplished a dream of publishing fantasy fiction with his debut trilogy: The Lost City Chronicles (Elevate).