By Gerald B. Mentor
In Africa, the some distance East and plenty of different historic Earth cultures that encircle the globe--there are legends in regards to the "rôh"--which is defined as that which works out of a man’s physique whilst he sleeps. *
Millions of eons in the past, the rôh used to be hugely constructed through the complicated human civilizations whose thorough wisdom of a nature gave them the powers of excessive technology that we'd name magic. still, a bunch from an alien global discovered that definite facets of this technology and utilized it towards evil.
In riot opposed to the alien forces, a brand new team devoted to reliable emerged. Such heroes have been thought of veerors--the ones who may perhaps switch the scale of time and vanquish perpetual evil. The relevant hero, the Veeror, evolves by way of his specific lengthy reminiscence of his rôh and magical powers in an historic previous. This tale is ready this type of being.
In due direction, he learns via middle, who he quite is and why mystical forces are guiding him and his pals in an old conflict opposed to a robust alien arch villain, who for eons has managed a lot of the world’s civilizations.
Throughout the historical past to this final crusade—looms the approaching chance of the go back of an historical orbiting, Earth-devastating comet, the "Heart Stone"—from which simply the hero and his historical mystics, the "Masters of the Dew", grants salvation. The tales making up this novel progressively unwind—tantalizing readers’ ideals in heritage, technology, societal mores and myth—ultimately beguiling them to imagine extra deeply approximately truth vs. delusion, in cognizance with human life and a number of the dimensions of time. Set as a undying worldwide adventure—all is meant to attract a variety of cultures from round the world
The books making up the trilogy of the “Veeror” novels—involve; historical metaphysical myths, black magic and experience from round the world—combined with the drama of a legal secret and interesting technological know-how fiction.
* ok. M. Endicott, An research Of Malay Magic (Kuala Lumpur: Oxford, 1981), p. 76.