Aric Catron edited the themes of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Aric Catron edited the ridiculously simplified synopses of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Aric Catron edited the table of contents of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Chapter 1 - EmyniChapter 2 - The ViperChapter 3 - Lightning BugChapter 4 - BesChapter 5 - Dreams And NightmaresChapter 6 - Charred MemoriesChapter 7 - Monsters In The DarkChapter 8 - Sadness And SplendorChapter 9 - The CallChapter 10 - DatenaChapter 11 - The ChargeChapter 12 - UrukhChapter 13 - NusikiChapter 14 - In FlightChapter 15 - In PursuitChapter 16 - Into The LightChapter 17 - FirelightChapter 18 - BoundChapter 19 - The Road Less TraveledChapter 20 - The Beaten PathChapter 21 - The Wilderness PassageChapter 22 - EclipseChapter 23 - A Prince’s JourneyChapter 24 - Blood And FireChapter 25 - Goddess AliveChapter 26 - Grim HarvestChapter 27 - EriduChapter 28 - Winds Of ChangeChapter 29 - ShamalChapter 30 - AbraqChapter 31 - Mualan
Aric Catron edited the first sentence of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Aric Catron edited the settings of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Aric Catron edited the series & lists of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Thursday, November 8, 2012.
Cora R approved Aric Catron’s request to change the contributors of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
Shelfari edited the description of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
Thousands of years ago, in what is now called The Middle East, there existed a grand civilization of men and women, warriors and slaves, savages and priests, wizards and witches. Named after its first king, the Empire of Urnamu stretched from the modern-day Persian Gulf to Baghdad and flourished in the fertile crescent of the land history calls Mesopotamia. In this primordial world humanity harnessed stone, copper, and bronze to build beautiful cities, craft exquisite artwork, and smith weapons and armor. Emyni duma Duseg is the thirteen-year-old daughter of Duseg the Mudbaker, a craftsman of fine bricks, who lives outside of the majestic Urnamu capital of Nun-Ki. After sickness took Emyni's mother from their family, her father is forced to raise the young girl on his own. But Emyni hides a secret, a powerful secret, that her father warns could get her taken away from him forever: she is a "Firedancer" - a child born with unfathomable magickal power - a power she desperately tries to hide to keep the family together. But when their home is attacked and her father is captured by savage slavers she is forced to use the power - an act of devastation that reveals her true nature to the world. With the help of a mystical court wizard, the dwarf Bes, and the King's most feared and skilled warrior, Mel'k, Emyni sets out to find her father and bring him home. Along the way she hopes she can learn to control the wild power that threatens to take control of her. As they travel they find new companions - some who could become friends and others enemies - and discover that Duseg's capture was more than just a random act of violence. Two mysterious men - one who is known only as The Viper; and the other a nameless, faceless, sorcerer - are directing forces aligned against them in a plot that could threaten the very existence of their civilization. And in the center of it all, like the eye of a storm, is an ancient relic of a forgotten Goddess that has untold power and a sinister purpose of its own.
Aric Catron edited the contributors of Firedancer (The Serpent's Song) Monday, October 29, 2012.