Six Sentence Sunday (8/14)

I’m participating in Six Sentence Sunday again this  week. This entry is taken from my urban fantasy novel, IMPERIUM, and comes from a coded transmission being sent to my lead antagonist.

As time progressed, more and more of the Urisk worshipped Corinthos. While the Urisk had other gods at one time, the allure of seeing one perform miracles in person converted the majority of the Urisk. It is said that some of them still cling to their old faith, but this is only a small percentage of the population.

With so many Urisk actively worshipping him, his powers increased exponentially. He has stated that while on the Bright Side he can change the physical composition of the landscape, alter the realm’s weather patterns and heal his followers with a touch. He may border on omnipotent, but Corinthos is not omniscient, and is as fallible on the Bright Side as the old Greek and Roman gods were on Earth.

If you’d like to read more, you can read the first chapter here. You can also purchase Imperium from Amazon or Smashwords for just 99 cents!

 

 

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3 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday (8/14)

  1. Liz Culver says:

    You pack alot of information in these six sentences. You leave a very unsettling feeling about Corinthos then throw in the line about him being fallible – very intriguing.

  2. Vivien Dean says:

    I’m still fascinated by the set-up, but must admit I find the verb tense shifts a little disconcerting. I think it’s probably because it’s part of that transmission,

  3. Karysa Faire says:

    Can’t wait to read this!

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