In the second book of the Citadel 7 Superverse saga, war is brewing on the violent world of Tora. But beyond this local struggle, a greater inter-cosmos conflict is about to erupt with control of all existence at stake. Superverse wardens Uniss and Dogg have fought such a war before, but this time they know that their human charge, Ben, is somehow the crux of the impending conflict. As unseen forces push Tora's war to its flashpoint, Ben's own ominous secret stirs, and it's clearly the key to either victory or complete oblivion for the Superverse.
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It is always intended that the reader be part of the Citadel 7 superverse, as in, a character. So, instead of offering the standard cookie-cutter method of story telling where the reader turns pages from their virtuous position, in citadel 7 stories the reader is in the stories feet on the ground next to characters good or bad.Chanticleer Reviews 2015 made this very point when reviewing Grand Prize winning book one, Enemy of Existence, saying; Yuan Jur utilises his skillful craft of writing as he uses different perspectives throughout the book to open up various characters and their environments to the reader's viewpoint. The author is no stranger to breaking conventional norms with his quirky, unique writing style that will captivate readers.War and Lies as it became titled is the 2nd book from the original unabridged Earth's Secret manuscript. it now makes up part of the 1st trilogy in the Citadel 7 series. Here, one or two of the most popular characters step into the core story. In particular the characters Thorr and Beetaa, two scarzen warriors from the superverse's Toran world. In this volume, the mind bending paradoxes of Citadel 7's emerging saga go further as the vastness of superverse cultures' and multi-dimensional worlds expand.Making the combat sequences tangible without rambling on was one of the core aims since there is a mixture of both other worldly power and technologies combined. This meant making alien cultures behave like alien cultures in actions and politics was just as important. This second level of development in a truly multi-dimensional superverse also gave further support to making available the many short stories supporting the series for fans wanting to look into the hidden elements many of the characters bring with them.Series Publisher, Promontory Press describes the citadel 7 series as─ mind-bending, unconventional, vast.One 2016 Ben Franklin Award judge said; Overall reaction, best of luck with your book. I'm looking forward to recommending it to a local science fiction fantasy book group.
So although Each titles core are steeped in Time Travel, Paranormal and even Mythology, they also strike a distinctly sci fi fantasy thread as the stories progress, also as intended.
As a young adult Yuan Jur served a term in the Australian military. After that, he sought the solitude of monastic life serving the community first as a Buddhist high layman and then ordained as a monk. He was eventually promoted to abbot and theologian in Buddhism's warrior-caste arm known in the West as Zen. As a senior theologian, Yuan Jur studied many belief systems, doctrine and ideology from around the world, teaching through storytelling. During those decades, he also gained a master's degree in Chinese martial arts and medieval weaponry.
End 2007: after a life threatening illness ended his monastic career, Yuan Jur combined knowledge gained from his decades of study with a love of Sci fi/ alternate world fantasy reinventing himself as a si fi fantasy author for adults.
His aim was to construct a totally new and immersive superverse experience for readers. A true multiverse that used an original space time continuum and interdenominational environments as the foundation. Life for his characters would be experienced through this medium.
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