Monday, July 11, 2011

The Hour of Tiamat - Lisa Taylor

The Hour of Tiamat
by
Lisa Taylor
The Hour of Tiamat 
We've all heard of the Mayan predictions of a vast change coming in the year 2012; but it turns out the ancient Sumerian people had a very similar prophecy…
The dreaded Necronomicon, a book of fable said to contain all the ancient knowledge of the Sumerian civilization has surfaced and fallen into the hands of four teenagers in a small Texas town.  Tonight, after years of studying its dark teachings in secret, they gather to call back to Earth those Gods that tried to enslave humanity over ten thousand years ago, and in turn become rulers themselves. 
Under threat of his life, Tristan helps them complete the ritual; but does that mean it is too late to stop this apocalypse? With Evelyn, whose past and future seem inextricably linked to Tristan, their friend Hunter and a host of surprising paranormal helpers, Tristan will race against murderers, monsters, and time itself to shut the ancient gate before our evil creators are upon us again.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 Lisa, the youngest child of three, was born in Paris, Texas. She moved around the United States growing up, but enjoyed the change of scenery every few years. Lisa spent her spare time studying a multitude of subjects, ranging from ancient history to science to religion, and she started writing at a young age. She is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and has a Bachelor's degree and some graduate study in the field of physics. She has recently been medically discharged from the U.S. Army and currently lives in Kentucky with her sister and two wonderful border collies. She spends her time hiking, camping, kayaking and...of course...writing. She has published one young adult novel, The Hour of Tiamat, as well as a poetry anthology entitled Book of Dreams and Nightmares. She is currently working on her second novel.

Lisa Taylor's books can be found at her website at www.creatingworldswithwords.com

They can also be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, and many other online sources.
























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