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--Atone City Gate

Tales of Atonement

A punishment for our folly...

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Through the series, we explore how the world could have been so different if Y2k had really happened. Wars could have broken out, disease and bombs, hatred we've never seen...


Yet, through all of the death and destruction, beings that we once thought only lived in our imaginations may feel less intimidated by the near destruction of man, and make themselves known once more. Teaching us to remember the ways of magic, it would change the face of the world far more than the war would; but it would sooner give us something new to focus our hatred onto than help us to stop it. And with one side of the coin being of kind, benevolent fantasy, the other would have to be frightening, horrific imagination. If one side of the coin exists, so must the other...


Starting in medieval Scotland, the first book spans across all of Europe as Mairtin tries to find his lost love. It comes across like much any heroic tale; a hero obtains a sword and learns important lessens along his travels to defeat his enemy and regain his love. But along the way, things like a time machine and a portal into the abyss begin to make this seem a little less typical...