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Sin has risen, and only Sinbad and his friends stand in its way. The Sinbad Forever Trilogy concludes with an epic for the ages - and through them - as Sinbad and his unique band of adventurers find themselves struggling to survive against the teeth and talons of prehistoric creatures to whom they represent nothing more than annoyingly elusive meals.

Cast many millions of years into Earth's past by Hades, the legendary hero and company must somehow make their way back to their own time to stop the most insidious and powerful of dark deities and his legions of winged demonic minions from storming Olympus...and beyond. Desperate to prevent that return, the would be world-destroyer has sent the venomous sorceress Circe to the Triassic Era in the form of a terrifying beast with an overriding objective: take Sinbad out permanently.

Can the legendary hero and his determined allies - faithful first mate Rashid, Orpheus' brilliant but haunted brother Linus, the uncannily agile and commensurately fearless Kalyx of Marini, and the bizarre energy being they call Elek - survive Circe, then go on to defy the rules of time and space itself to prevail against mountainous odds? Probably not. At least not without some serious help. And odds are it'll be the kind of help that comes at a price; after all, it takes a very special something - abject and irrational denial, maybe? - to stand up against four vampire demigoddesses, an army of winged monsters...and the deity whose very name has become synonymous with Evil.

©2019 Kevin Candela (P)2019 Kevin Candela

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