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The World of Pangea: Path of the Warrior

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Young Reader Warning: Contains war related violence and themes.

Set against an extensive mythological backdrop, Path of The Warrior begins as a coming of age story and quickly explodes into an epic conflict between light and darkness. This first novel in the Pangea trilogy promises to take you beyond this earthly realm and into another where mortals and immortals struggle for the fate of their world. Discover more about the book by visiting TheWorldofPangea.com

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Set against an extensive mythological backdrop, Path of The Warrior begins as a coming of age story and quickly explodes into an epic conflict between light and darkness. This first novel in the Pangea trilogy promises to take you beyond this earthly realm and into another where mortals and immortals struggle for the fate of their world.

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Discover more about The World of Pangea and connect with Author Michael Davies at TheWorldofPangea.com

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  1. A great read!

    The World of Pangea: Path of the Warrior was a fascinating read! I was immediately swept into the quick-paced plot involving the young man Idris who gradually realizes he’s caught in a war between good and evil—-one in which he questions whom he can trust and the validity of all he has been taught. The author skillfully creates a vivid world complete with histories and legends, contrasting regions and climates, ancient civilizations, and mystical creatures. I feel like I have traveled to the world of Pangea and walked with Idris through intense drama. And I am anxious to return there in the next book! As one who loves to savor prose, I think the author did a masterful job of establishing an epic feel through language and tone. I loved discovering nuggets of profound thoughts throughout the book, which for me makes fiction worthwhile reading. Undoubtedly, The World of Pangea contains all the ingredients necessary to achieve the same prominence as The Lord of the Rings or The Chronicles of Narnia.

    – Terry

  2. you should be happy, thrilled

    A short while ago I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy of ‘World of Pangea: Path of the Warrior’, by Michael Davies. And in all honesty, I gotta’ tell you, I wish I hadn’t. And I know what you’re thinking, that’s so not fair, you got to read it before the rest of us, you should be happy, thrilled, ecstatic, yadda yadda yadda! Well, tell you what, let me give you my quick (spoiler free) review then I’ll explain why…

    The beginning of each chapter is filled with histories, writings, and stories of Pangea’s ancient past. During these little history lessons Michael’s sentence structures and the flow and rhythm of the words themselves lend an air of grandeur; a hint at a beautiful and terrible and wondrous past that has been playing out on scales well beyond that of Idris of the Demetae, a child we meet at the beginning of this story.

    Now personally, I’m not huge on reading long drawn out histories of worlds I’m just being introduced to (yeah Mr. Tolken, I’m looking at you). Let me get a feel for the world the characters are living in first and then start telling me about its history. That way I have a sort of mental anchor to tie those histories to the characters and their surroundings.
    Maybe it’s because I was (stupidly) never a fan of history classes in school, maybe it’s because I’ve got the short term memory of a…a uh…a um, thing that doesn’t have a good memory, and so I have a hard time remembering a huge chunk of facts dumped on me all at once, but in ‘Path of the Warrior’ Michael managed to sneak those lessons past me by just having a page or two’s worth (a scroll’s worth perhaps?) at the beginning of the chapters. Through that and histories told to young Idris by the people he meets, we not only learn about one boy on his path to becoming a man, but also of this larger story. By the time Idris begins to realize that not all legends are myths, I realized I too had already been taught those ancient stories. No Silmarillion required. Kudos for that, Mr. Davies.

    Then there’s the story itself. It starts small, as the best stories often do, but quickly blossoms from the days of a simple boy’s life into an epic adventure encompassing entire races and even the very gods themselves. Such a grandiose storyline could easily get out of control in the hands of an inexperienced writer, but Michael manages a tight and beautiful storyline that dances with ease along that thin line between order and chaos.

    So what gives, you wonder, the way I talked about the book makes it seem like I really liked it!
    I KNOW right!?!? Well that’s because I did! I really frikin’ did… So why did I say I wish I hadn’t gotten an early copy?
    Well, I won’t give it away… but you’ll see. You’ll find out when you get to the end of the book. When you do, think about me for a moment and realize that I’ve been sitting where you are now, for at least a few months already, if not longer… yeah, welcome to the long wait for book two, the line starts behind me.

    – Tao

  3. This book draws you quickly in, following the ambitious …

    This book draws you quickly in, following the ambitious young warrior Idris as he moves towards his destiny in the world of Pangea. The story is fast paced, but doesn’t sacrifice the details, opening a wide vista to a new fantasy world full of mysterious creatures, races, ancient fallen gods and deep history. What can one man do against the gods? Well worth the read!

    – M. Wilson

  4. Well developed story.

    The World of Pangea is the story of a young man, Idris. We follow Idris from his coming of age ritual and through the next few years of his life. Idris is a warrior, and the hopes and future of his entire people rests on his shoulders.

    Michael Davies has indeed created the world of Pangea. He has gone beyond just telling the story of Idris, he has brought to life a whole new world. Pangea has its own cultures, history, mythology, and geography. Each of these were intricately developed and explained without an overload of information. We are introduced to the world of Pangea, pieces at a time. This pace allows the reader to connect with the characters while at the same time appreciating the world in which they exist.

    Idris is an interesting main character. We follow him as he makes mistakes, and grows into a man. I found that he was a relatable character, I could feel his pain and his torment. I want him to succeed on his quest. The supporting cast was very well done, each one having their own personality, personal history, and cultural difference. They all played an intricate role in Idris’ growth and revealing a part of Pangea.

    The World of Pangea was a well done story. If you like a book that will take you away from this world and give you an escape, then it certainly fits the bill.

    *4 Stars

    – Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews

  5. We watch him grow from young adult to manhood and it’s …

    The World of Pangea: Path of the Warrior pulls the reader right from the start into the world of its hero, Idris of the Demetae. We meet him as he sets out on his rite of passage journey and then follow him and his tribe afterward as they move north to their winter home. Along the way we learn about the mythology and history of Idris’ world which provide the background when it is shattered by a dark force.

    Idris is an engaging character. He is not the stereotypical stoic warrior, but a hero with emotions we can identify with as they run the gamut through grief, anger, despair and hope. We watch him grow from young adult to manhood and it’s a believable process.

    The author is off to a great start with a well-imagined world and a likeable hero. I look forward to the next book in Idris’ story.

    – Bill West

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