Antiquity Calais Ascending Olympus Trailer Released!
Antiquity Calais Ascending Olympus Due out in November!
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine - Full Moon Over Bunganut Publishing is preparing to release the second book in the Universal Life Force Series, Antiquity Calais Ascending Olympus in time for 2010 holiday sales.
In advance of the release, Bunganut is already beginning the marketing strategy, and one of the first steps they have taken is releasing a video trailer, which can be viewed on Youtube.
Antiquity Calais Ascending Olympus picks up where Antiquity Calais: Standing at Armageddon leaves off. In the climactic battle between Antiquity Calais and his arch rival Leviathan Avalon, readers are left wondering what happened to both Avalon and Antiquity. Avalon attempts to blast Antiquity into oblivion, unleashing a powerful blast of energy that should have obliterated Antiquity. Instead, the blast hits Antiquity's powerful aura and rebounds on Avalon, sending him hurtling into a black hole portal. Antiquity, who as the Creator's Liberator has sworn to vanquish Satan's Destroyer Avalon, leaps into the black hole after him, to verify that Avalon has been defeated. This leaves Gillian Usha, Mundoo Asquith and Sherman Yazu to wonder where both rivals have gone, as the black hole portal closed as soon as Antiquity leaped through it.
At the outset of Ascending Olympus, readers find out what fate befalls the two men. The publisher will not reveal what that fate may be as of yet, but they hint it is a twist that will thrill readers. In fact, there are many plot twists throughout the book, including the exciting conclusion that takes place on Asquith's home planet of Algonquin.
Readers who wish to pre-order this book, or get details of how to order Antiquity Calais: Standing at Armageddon, can visit Full Moon Over Bunganut at fullmoonoverbunganut.weebly.com .
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