Author Draws from Experiences Living in Asia for Series of Novels Set in Ancient China
Novelist Lon Dee released "The Power of Powers: Volume One of The Huaxia Journals," an exciting and humorous book for teenage and young adult readers set in ancient China.
On a trip near the ancient silk route in northwestern China, sibling teenagers Monkey and Orchid Huang meet the eccentric hermit Master Mu and discover a long-hidden magical stone. A mystic force whisks the trio three thousand years back to ancient China, arriving as the Zhou armies are amassing troops to battle the Yin Dynasty forces. They're given the task of harnessing power within the ancient stone to prevent the looming war and usher in a new dynasty and era of peace.
As they battle mythical beasts, battle-hardened soldiers, a powerful sorcerer, and the pernicious Great Powers, they struggle to find their own talents and powers.
Loosely based on historical events, The Power of Powers appeals to readers interested in fantasy, mythology, and folklore. This 123,000-word novel is available in paperback and multiple e-book formats, and is the first book in the series The Huaxia Journals.
Dee has lived and traveled in and around Asia, and speaks fluent Mandarin. His knowledge and background in Asian history and culture is readily apparent in this entertaining book. Now residing in northern Utah, USA, Dee is also the author of Amira—Immortal Daughter from Penglai, written for a similar audience, and Borneo Fever, an adult action/adventure novel.
Information about The Power of Powers and Dee's other novels, including sample chapters and links for purchasing, is available at http://lon-dee.com.
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