EMPYREAN: Legends of Angels

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20th November, 2011 

The history we learn from our books is but a mere fraction of an entire chronicle yet to be discovered, inscribed by the true rulers of the cosmos, the Empyreans. We call them gods, angels, watchers. Since Protokhronos, an era before time, their civil war remains master of the present. The clash persists between the Empyrean administration, the Echeleon and the Caelumairs, rebels exiled to Earth who relentlessly try to regain power through the Humans. Led by the Arkheins, they will plunge humanity to the brink of the greatest battle the world will ever face: WWI and WWII.

Follow the journey of the renegade Caelumair named Zedryd as he confronts the struggles on Earth, and the footsteps of the Empyrean General Axyelle as she witnesses the romance between Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Countess Sophie. Watch the events unfold in eighteen chapters as Zedryd and Axyelle cross paths, tempers flare and an undeniable attraction ignites. Endure the dark hour when their loved ones fall, and they ascend to assume the mantle of heroes. Dynasties rise and empires collapse as the fight to dominate the throne on Earth continues. Dare to defend or defy.

 

Each side has a story to tell…

 

 

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French and Japanese translations, courtesy of Blackhound and Madame Dupont. Thanks for helping me out! Images courtesy of www.wikipedia.org.

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  1. How do you pronounce the names? :))

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    • Glad you asked! All the names owe their etymology from different ancient dialects, and some even go back as far as Ethiopian times. They all have meanings of course and pertain to the character’s distinct traits (with no small amount of research on my part :D) all of this will be included in the Empyrean lexicon, once I get around to it! To all of you who are stuck, here’s a short guide:

      Caelumair: SELL-oo-mare
      Echeleon: eh-KEL-ee-yon
      Zedryd: ZEED-drid
      Axyelle: ah(like “as”)-see-EL
      Xixanthe: SEE-zanth
      Seibhlin: seb-LEEN
      Ailendron: AY(rhymes with “fly”)-len-dron

      Hope this helps! :)

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      • GASP THANK YOU! By the way, I always thought the names you gave your characters are sooo pretty. Like I can imagine naming my kid Axyelle or even Seibhlin! Siebhlin sounds gaelic which is a really good language

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        • I have a soft spot for gaelic names, can you tell? I’m terribly fond of Aine and Saoirse, which is quite an Empyrean name considering it’s pronounced SHEER-SAH. Cutting edge nomenclature 😉 Thanks, Edellais!

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    • OH My I was just about to ask that! Thanks Micah!

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      • You’re welcome!

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    • Niiiice names…better than some others I’ve heard

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      • I’m debating whether to ask what the “others” are, but perhaps I better not 😉 thanks Dooley!

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  2. A fun read. i will buy the book if it comes out!

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    • Wow! Thank you, Matthias :) You’ll definitely be the first to know when it does!

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  3. Micah this is awesome my dear 😀 i love your chapter four. Can’t stand the fluffaynuss!

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    • That’s just the icing on the cake and the fluff is here to stay 😉 You’re too kind, Rita thank you!

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  4. This is very good!!!

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    • Thank you, Billie!

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  5. Oooh angels? VAMPIRES? Romance? Count me in! 😀

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    • Jump right in, Cecinia. If you look hard enough, you might even spot the kitchen sink somewhere in this melée :)

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  6. Brilliantly written, micah! I can really identify with your storytelling style and i think you are a great author

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    • Thank you for your kind words, Olivaeus! And timely as well, I have so much work to do, it’s not funny 😐

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  7. Good job on the translations eh? Even the jap ones are very good :>

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    • I wish I could claim all the credit for that, but the real kudos belongs to my dear friend, Blackhound who translated the entire Japanese excerpt :) thanks Andie!

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  8. Whoop awesome story!

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    • Thank you, Bee!

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  9. Petrov is a BAMF :))

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    • Never thought to describe him that way, Kayleigh but I suppose you’re right :)

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  10. I like this writing! It’s actually a really good discovery, omg because I was just looking at schtuff on twitters and i saw this like just now!!!

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    • Thanks for the follow, Joann :)

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