Anvil of Change by Jack Dash
(The Edge of Destiny)

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Living in the Eternal Forest, the Joon follow in the ways of peace and, seeing the future with ease, they avoid all pain and conflict and live a contented life. Until the Anvil of Change, the greatest of their visionaries, foresees a terrible danger that cannot be avoided – not without violating all the laws of the Great Mother. Not only must the Joon learn to kill, but they must destroy an entire world, a world inhabited by ten billion people who have done them no harm. And so begins a long and painful journey, where the Joon must learn the ways of war and take to the stars. Converting their moon and transplanting the Eternal Forest, they sojourn through the deeps of space to find and capture a cloud of monstrous comets. Implanting massive gravity generators, they send these icy harbingers of death to a neighbouring star, to the planet earth and the species called human. But the mission is not to destroy the humans – not quite. The Joon must manipulate the future of the humans in not one, but three separate timelines and force them to converge and bring forth the Forge of Time, the human who will bend the very fabric of time itself to his will. The one prophesied to save the people of three worlds from an implacable enemy and build an empire to rule a thousand stars.

Anvil of Change is the first book in the Edge of Destiny series.

About Jack Dash

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After university Jack went on to a long career in the computer industry, the last ten years of it running his own software company. When they started making computers that worked properly, Jack lost interest and sold his business to become a teacher. Jack taught at schools around the world, including the Lake District, Egypt and Hong Kong before early retirement to follow his childhood dream and become a writer. 
Published January 9, 2014 by Smashwords. 378 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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