Saturday, November 15, 2014

Congratulations Suzannah Safi - Ariana Finalist!

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eTreasures Publishing is proud to announce our very own Suzannah Safi is a finalist in the EPIC Ariana contest for best fantasy book cover.

Her cover was created for The Initiates by Kamil Ali. 

A successful Latvian lawyer named Karlis Stucka, meets Satan's First Dark Angel in human form, in a Riga ghetto. Karlis experiences a terror filled evening of unnatural events, as he is taken through the intense phases of training to become the Dark Angel's Lieutenant.

Karlis is chosen by Satan to become the highest ranking human, as a reward for becoming the youngest High Priest at age thirteen. Karlis and five of his teenaged friends conduct their first blood sacrifice, full moon ritual, which his Book Of Satan calls the gateway ritual. Karlis alone has the ability to read the book. His friends see only blank pages.

Karlis learns how to switch bodies, using the corpse of an albino African girl, who commits suicide by jumping over a waterfall. Karlis uses the body of the young lady, to become a gypsy queen, who leads a troop of recently resurrected dead actors and circus performers.

Karlis is groomed by Satan's First Dark Angel to practice mental and mystical feats. He receives constant reminders to discard logical thinking, which hampers his ability to perform his otherworldly activities.

Karlis is mandated to build an army of Devil Worshippers, in preparation for the second coming of Christ.

The First Dark Angel of Satan is worried about a Tibetan Monk, who was born at the same moment as Karlis. Both Karlis and the other baby have the three main ingredients that allows ascension above all other humans on the Dark Side.

The First Dark Angel loses communication with the other baby, when circumstances lead him to the halls of a Tibetan monastery. The monk has the power to overturn Satan's plan. However, as long as he remains within the walls of the monastery, he remains safe from Satan's reach. 


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