Masterfully crafted by Rahmel Garner, ‘Zeal Master: Way of the Warrior’ unravels a dark mystical society where a powerful group of “Zealeths” are shunned by the rest of society and mistaken for monsters. Man and Zealeth have waged war on each other for generations, until five stones of energy mysteriously appear with the power to unite everyone once again. Follow the adventure of the zeal stones…it’s gripping.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/22/2015 -- While nobody will deny the fantasy genre's recent surge in popularity, both readers and critics are currently crying out for wholly-unique new narratives that don't succumb to recycling of the 'same-old' concepts. Thankfully, New York's Rahmel Garner is stepping up to the plate with gusto, throwing readers into the middle of an epic war as one man tries to stop it.
It all plays out in 'Zeal Master: Way of the Warrior'. This David-and-Goliathesque adventure proves that life's supposed monsters could in fact be its saviors.
This is a story about a mystical land with unimaginable creatures. A land split into five different territories north territory, south territory, east territory, west territory, and mount hope territory. This world is centered-around a group of people known as "Zealeths", these people are outcasts, usually shunned by the rest of the common folk who mistake them for monsters. It is not without reason though, since they can harness latent power called "Zeal Energy". They also carry a sacred mark on their body called a "Zeal Symbol" and the symbol location varies by Zealeth-Body. They are unique and because they're unique mankind refuses to tolerate their existence. For countless centuries man and zealeth have waged wars against one another. Fortunately, there was one zealeth who realized that the world will never change and the fighting will never stop. This zealeth was the most powerful and the most-wise amongst all zealeth. He was the great "Master Zore", he had realized that the world had become a doomed one and knew that there was only one way to save everyone from themselves.
He decided to make the ultimate- sacrifice by manipulating a power within himself, a power that he has toiled with for years. The power of the ultimate zeal. He somehow managed to transmute his power into five mystical stones of energy called the "Zeal Stones". Which rendered him completely powerless. He sacrificed everything for a world full of hatred. Prophesizing that one day a "Zeal Master" will appear and this Zeal Master will gather all five zeal stones together and bring balance back to the world. Thus, this is the story of those whose lives were touched by the zeal stones.
"I wanted to create a narrative that was cinematic, wholly unique, and with intricate characters to match," explains Garner, a prolific writer. "The fantasy market is becoming flooded with books about vampires, schoolboy wizards and twists on The Hunger Games. Therefore, it was time to hark back to the genre's traditional core values and give readers something totally new."
Continuing, "I worked diligently to build my mystical world piece by piece, from the ground up. The goal is to have readers totally immersed in a place they can see and feel, with enough earth elements in it to pump up the realism factor. It's been a lot of hard work, but I think I've found the perfect balance."
With the book's demand expected to rapidly increase, interested readers are urged to purchase their copies as soon as possible.
'Zeal Master: Way of the Warrior', from CreateSpace, is available now: http://AMAZON.COM/DP/B00V8X96LW
For more information, visit the author's official website: https://rahmelious.wordpress.com
About Rahmel Garner
Rahmel credits "Life" as the sole motivating factor convincing him to aspire to this particular story. Highly inspired by Paulo Coelho's "The Alchemist" and Herman Hess's "Siddhartha" his story is that of–one-seeking-enlightenment. A story derived of not only the mind, but the heart. "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" he states fore there is at least one character in the story that someone can relate to. Ultimately, it is a story of the trials and tribulations of those who are enlightened. And how through those obstacles come not only knowledge of the world but of yourself, also fascinated with Japanese manga such as Akira Toriyama's "Dragonball" and Yoshihiro Togashi's "Yu Yu Hakusho" Rahmel's folkloric and mythological story-telling is highly entertaining.