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The Secret of Axabur-bookcover

By: Diamond Lover

The Secret of Axabur

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In The Secret of Axabur, time is not just a concept, but a force that can warp and bend reality. The intrepid explorers of the Pegasus are determined to unravel its mysteries, even if the price is astronomical.

As they journey closer to a black hole, time slows down, and they realize that they may have stumbled upon something truly immaterial. But when a strange anomaly transports palaeontologist Arthur to the afterlife, he discovers that the Gods are watching closely, and that meddling with time has dangerous consequences.

Will Arthur and his team unlock the secrets of time, or will they be consumed by the very forces they seek to control? And what new revelations await the author of this book, if time is not just a line, but a maze of possibilities leading us to an uncertain future? Only time will tell in The Secret of Axabur.

Didier Jégaden—Diamond Lover is a French writer, born in Morlaix in France. He was very much in love since the beginning with his life. He had a passion for all types of trees early. As a teenager, he had a good aptitude to run a long way, his passion about trees became his profession when he chose a job: to learn cabinet-making, marquetry and sculpture.

He did a lot of different jobs but always worked with wood. He moved to the United States at the age of thirty-two to live the American Dream with an American, Dr. Laurie Hill Jégaden. He did not even suspect any talents as a writer. Well, he tried to make his own website in 2008 and the artworks become more astonishing with one rewarding experience one by one. It was not until the end of 2016 that he tried to see if he was able to write a long story that he finally saw that anything is possible, it was magic! A lot of discoveries of artifacts found by himself in nature often became a good part of his inspiration…

The Artworks: drawings and wooden works in the book were made by him too.

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