The Champion by Michael Kingswood

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"The universe in balance is a lovely thing. Light balances Dark. Stars are born, live, grow old, and die. Their light goes out, but in the explosions of their deaths, they seed the universe with the material to create new light, and new life, elsewhere." - Cornelius Bartleby While the Light seeks to maintain the balance and preserve life, Dark powers seek to nudge the universe away from its balance and send it on a path to destruction. Each generation fights the battle between Light and Dark, through Champions who willingly take up the mantle of their respective sides. My name is Timothy Williams. I am the Champion of Light, and this is my story.

About Michael Kingswood

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Michael Kingswood has written numerous science fiction and fantasy stories, including The Pericles Conspiracy, The Glimmer Vale Chronicles, and the Dawn of Enlightenment series. His interest in scifi/fantasy came at an early age: he first saw Star Wars in the theater when he was three and grew up on Star Trek in syndication. The Hobbit was among the first books he recalls reading. Recognizing with sadness that the odds of his making it into outer space were relatively slim, after completing his bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, he did the next best thing - he entered the US Navy as a submarine officer. Almost seventeen years later, he continues to serve on active duty and has earned graduate degrees in Engineering Management and Business Administration. Fitting with his service onboard Fast Attack submarines (SSNs), he does his writing on Saturdays, Sundays, and at Night. He is married to a lovely lady from Maine. They have four children, and live wherever the Navy deems to send them. Sign up to receive email announcements of Michael's new releases and other exclusive deals for newsletter subscribers here: http: // .
Published July 25, 2012 by SSN Storytelling. 121 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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