Katabasis (The Foreworld Saga, Book 4) by Joseph Brassey, Cooper Moo, Mark Teppo, Angus Trim

By Joseph Brassey, Cooper Moo, Mark Teppo, Angus Trim

The loss of life of the fearsome Ögedei Khan has introduced the Mongol invasion of the West to an abrupt halt. Exhausted, affected by uncertainty and self-doubt, and reeling from betrayal through certainly one of their very own, the surviving Shield-Brethren fight throughout a frozen, shattered barren region to come back domestic after their determined conflict in Mongolia.

Their undertaking is complete—Christendom has been saved—but new and bad questions hang-out every one member of the corporate: Are they heroes or villains? or simply pawns in a bigger video game, trapped in a global long gone mad within the wake of the unspeakable devastation visited upon it by means of the Mongol horde?

And such a lot poignant of all, where—and what—is “home” now, and what's going to be their position on this planet they fought to defend?

Katabasis, a brand new novel within the acclaimed Foreworld Saga, follows the survivors as they fight to confront their very own fears and choose who they honestly are—and whom they'll eventually serve.

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A FEW DAYS LATER... we came across an abandoned wagon. WHAT’S THAT? don’t look! BUT IT WAS TOO LATE. More Indians were killed by settlers than the other way around. 29 there had been another indian attack... WE FOUND Two DEAD INDIANS. HEY, THIS AIN’T NO INDIAN! I RECOGNIzE THESE MEN FROM BACK AT FORT HALL. YOU’RE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE THIS! THEY WERE JUST ROBBERS dressed as indians! HE’D FOUGHT THE ROBBERS... IT WAS MAX! AND SAVED a baby from the ATTACK. DID YOU KNOW? The Indians hunted with bows and arrows.

The area is also called the Great Plains. 46 Rope ferry Page 11 The California Trail took the emigrants across several big rivers. In some places, the water was too deep to drive across and there were no bridges. The only way to cross was on rope ferries—floating wooden platforms pulled by men with ropes. The settlers usually had to pay the men who owned the ferries to use them, although some pioneers built their own ferries. Luxuries Page 18 Independence Rock Page 23 Bone express Page 23 Scouted Page 23 Luxuries are things that are not really necessary.

It wasn’t good news. UNCLE CHARLES WAs determined to stop them... The wagons were usually pulled by oxen, which are a type of cattle. BUT he couldn’t. THE INDIANS wanted the ox meat, so they SHOT THE OXEN... blasted indians! KNOWING THE SETTLERS WOULD HAve TO leave THE dead animals behind. but things seemed to be going well for us. your ma’s getting STRONGER EVERY DAY. 36 DID YOU KNOW? The oxen pulled the wagons for about 10 hours a day. but the very next day... DISASTER STRUCK! IT’S BEYOND REPAIR!

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