Gonec: Ace of Spades – Atul Raghav

This book is written with the sole intention of entertaining the readers. Revolving around the theme of supernatural, drama, fantasy and mystery: this book is the first of a trilogy novella and continues for dual timelines. With each passing chapter, the story progresses and takes different twists and turns. Each and every character of this book signifies something different. The mystery of Gonec attracts everyone. It is the point of discussion and seems interesting how readers would find the ace of spades in those group of people. To stick with the book avail it as soon as possible from the following marketplace at minimum prices for limited period. Read as you travel through the saga of love and war, passion and deceit. 

See the brief discription of the different timelines in this novella.

1160, PRESTONA ENGLAND – The ruler of the Shino empire has tortured and condemned to the dungeons of the dead. His murdered wife’s pious blood falls on the sands of the Shino empire, sealing the black fate of Shino….. forever.

2022, BARCELONA SPAIN – The young couple recites the story of separation from their family. Cronlio seeks revenge for the betrayal given to her.

2022, PRESTONA ENGLAND – The series of events summons Megan and Jessica to the Gold universe. The old family cleric bears a chilling secret. Their bloodline carries an ancient curse that will plague mankind – towards its own violent extinction. The mystery of Gonec attracts everyone.

What connects Shino palace, Grameth Palace, the Gold universe, Gonec, Prestona, and Barcelona? What was the ancient curse and Who was cronlio? What was the terrible secret behind the fall of the colossal Shino empire? Read on as you travel through a saga of deceit and violence, love and ambition.GONEC - ACE OF SPADES


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