The Fourth Jewel of Earth

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    [synopsis] => You were once given a helmet. A helmet? The Traveler thought for a long moment. Yes, Soterionthe defender, he affirmed. You must learn to wear it in battle, instructed the Preacher. You take so many blows to your soul because your intellect is open to the enemy. When am I in battle? Ishi shook him gently. Every day is a battle, Traveler! Take every thought captive, remember? Salvation is forever, and yet the need for it occurs in the daily battlefield. You must work it out with reverential fear and trembling. Wear your helmet, Traveler! Fourth in the Jewels of Earth saga, this novel sends the Traveler careening through human history, searching for the mysterious Omni point. He must find it! His supernatural guardian has warned him that beyond was only utter and eternal darkness. Meanwhile, the black magic of the Cabala is distorting reality around him, humanity is dominated by animal compromises, and his immortal enemies seek his life. Is the beautiful unicorn shadowing his every move a fellow traveler or a dangerous deception? How can any of this be human history his history your history? Wear your helmet, Traveler!
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