Book Two: Chaos Reigns Saga
- Carol Hightshoe
|Nowhere in all the worlds or planes is there no pain, torment or chaos.
All we can do is accept those strikes which cannot be avoided and give back chaos and pain to those who offend.
Kindness should be the only companion to pain and will increase the intensity of suffering and the chaos surrounding us.
Do not ignore the sudden whim of compassion; let it always come, but only seldom as to give those who suffer a sense of hope.
Hope is consort to chaos and torment is their offspring.
Unending torment destroys pain and this in turn destroys the chaos that nurtures us.
Act alluring to trap those who would never seek the Lady on their own.
Confuse those that think they know the ways of the world around them.
Bring pain and torment not only to those who enjoy it, or to those who deserve it, but also to the innocent and those who do not anticipate it.
The lash, fire and cold are the three physical pains that never fail the devout.
Love, jealousy and hatred are the three pains that should follow in the footsteps of her devout.
Spread Thynitic’s theology whenever pain is meted out and chaos swirls.
Wherever pain is, there is Thynitic.
Wherever chaos is, there is Thynitic.
Embrace the pain and chaos. Embrace Thynitic.
|What Others Have Said About
Call of Chaos
"Fast paced action and high intrigue make for an excellent adventure that should appeal to fantasy readers of all ages."
Laura J. Underwood, Author of DRAGON'S TONGUE, THE HOUNDS OF ARDAGH and BAD LANDS with Selina Rosen
Carol Hightshoe's CALL OF CHAOS evokes the magic of fantasies of old while setting the stage for the adventure yet to
come. A fascinating read awaits you within its pages!
~ Sheri L. McGathy, author of The Birth of Spring – A Storyteller's Tale
"In Call of Chaos, Carol Hightshoe introduces us to an engaging cast of characters and then leads us through an exciting
adventure that ranges from a mysterious temple to a haunted estate. I'm looking forward to the learning more about the
half-elf, Kyrianna, and her companions as the series continues. This is one quest you don't want to miss."
David Lee Summers, editor of Tales of the Talisman and author of Children of the Old Stars.
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