|By PR Newswire||
|August 19, 2013 07:15 AM EDT||
AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Inspired by the National Geographic's expedition to China's Xinjiang Province in 1979, "The Demon of the Well" tells of a trader plying the Old Silk Road many centuries ago. These ancient trails run along the foot of a range of snow-capped peaks - skirting a great, haunted desert. War has broken out, but the trader has learned of some needed goods in a distant city, so despite the dangers, he sets out on a journey. Encamped one night, he overhears two passing soldiers talking about a treasure they have looted - a chalice whose mystic powers are legendary. It is said that water held within the cup becomes a mirror/portal through which one may see events through all of Time and all the World. The trader suspects that one of the soldiers has buried it with a cache of other loot by a hot spring in the desert's heart. Wanting the cup for himself, the trader forsakes his trade mission and contrives to meet and befriend the soldiers, offering his help as a guide. And together they journey towards a fateful encounter at the spring, which is home to a powerful demon.
A 300+ verse epic, this short work of fantasy fiction took the author James B. Hendricks decades to complete. This rhyming novella is now available as a digital audio book from Amazon, iTunes and CDBaby. Ebook version is available from all major distributors. 'Like' The Demon of the Well on facebook for more info. Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/notes/the-demon-of-the-well/some-basic-information-about-this-story/219175066367 And watch "Living Room presents: Jimmy Hendricks" on YouTube to learn how this story came to be.
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