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Chronicles of Ordine:Book I: Sacred Beggar Boy: Descriptive


This is the first book of a series that seeks to answer some most important questions of life, such as: What is truth? Are there aliens among us? Is there life beyond death? Now, where did I put that darned thing?

Herein are introduced several key characters, which emerge more fully as the series continues. The main reason for this book, however, is to explain the Order that sprang from disorder, upon a world ruled by a god of whimsy and no little lack of love for ribald musicals: Ordem.

This Order does not play so momentous a role in the other tales of Ordem but it does play its part. For instance, you will find the Emperor praying to the sacred beggar boy. I felt, then, that since he was insistent on doing so, that something should be writ that would make the distinction between their sacred beggar boy and our carpenter, not wishing anyone to think I would speak that way of Jesus, no matter how many changes of clothes he had not.

Ordem is the world where things from our own planet fall through to. What things? Missing any socks, pens, car keys, or aviatrixes, are you? Can’t figure out where you put that book?

Seek for them in Ordem, in the land of Ordine, perhaps in the glittering Capitol city of Kaenisbeth: only a small jaunt from the Sacred Veils wherefrom most otherworldly things are dispersed at the “behest of the gods.”

Though the people of Ordem have been known to question why it is the gods think they need quite so many socks, pacifiers, key rings, and ravening hordes.

There is dissension, there is war amongst her various people and other beings, there are rebellion and mutiny, and there is Chaos.

Next: Chapter 1: Mysteries

Chronicles of Ordine:Book I: Sacred Beggar Boy: Descriptive


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This is my book, more the way I intended it to be, before some few persons talked me into removing great chunks of it because it was “too confusing”. I am very glad to have run into the file, which was hidden away in my Sent emails from eons ago.

Now, what I would like, is for the people who do read and write, especially, to point out any definite spelling and/or punctual errors, obvious leaps of logic into the wrong direction, etc. Because I need to tighten this puppy up, and then go out and seek a publisher, proper!

I will be posting the entire story, as it is written in the file I found, for that purpose. Later on, because I wish to publish it, I will reduce these to excerpts.

Nit pick, please!

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