The Pelaguis Game, Book One
You fool. Armageddon is weeks away, right under the Church’s nose, and the Order that is appointed to watch and protect the world doesn't even realize it.
Through The Pelagius Game series, R.J. Jerome introduces the reader to Valstain, the magical realm between Heaven and Earth.
Valstain follows the life of Timothy Anderson as he reveals his haunted past to Father Michael Olshefski, the new headmaster of The Pelagius Order. The Order’s seminary is the training ground of a secret religious society whose job is to find and prepare gifted warriors to fight evil.
But someone on the inside has a different idea.
Now, Tim must expose the true, wicked desires of the Order’s leaders to the kidnapped priest. He needs this man’s trust and permission to enter holy ground so he may once more venture into Valstain and claim his revenge on those who betrayed him. However, Tim knows mere words will not convince the priest—only tasting the memories locked inside his magical blood will.
It is said once a man has entered Valstain, and experienced the horror within, he is never the same again—that is exactly what the forces of evil are depending on. The Pelagius Game has begun, and the journey into Valstain is only the beginning.
Valstain is a must read for anyone interested in fantasy adventures with plenty of sword fights, vibrant characters, and intricate plot twists.
Genre: Fantasy, Thriller, Paranormal, Occult
Pages: 425, Novel
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Posted by Carl Harris on 9th Oct 2013
I had the privilege of being the individual who showed R.J. the Gloucester Cathedral many years ago. His ideas are fresh, and the story original. Its a good ride.
I am rating this only four stars, because I know R.J. has grown as a writer since he wrote Valstain. The sequel is amazing.
Posted by Mickie Stone on 9th Oct 2013
I liked the subject and the different characters. I can't wait till the next book of the series
Posted by Kathy Valent on 24th Sep 2013
I liked the subject and found the book addicting
Posted by Unknown on 24th Sep 2013
Love the story and the humor that is applied to the characters. Makes you want to read more