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Revenge and the Rise of a Hero: The Golden Eagle and The Fiddle of Doom

To find peace in this world, we must first find healing from the bad memories it has given us. This is why some of us go to therapy, turn to art or writing, sometimes just go on vacations to find closure from our past. However, some seek revenge for their trauma at the expense of nothing, and author Fergal Joe shows us that such motivations are possible. Revenge, they say, is best served cold, but at what cost?

The Golden Eagle and The Fiddle of Doom by Fergal Joe follows the story of a man named Rhymes Ramose and his quest to end the world after a man called King Hovercraft kills his beloved sister, Hanneck Ramose. In the quest to seek revenge, he holds the people, the world, responsible for his sister's untimely death. Now people must come together to stop the end of the world. The story begins as a plane crashes through a desert, and the pilot Keith Black asks a man called Captain John Coiners why a ship was left in the desert. John tells him that he was also a captain of a ship called 'Red Dragon.' He also tells Keith the story of the Fiddle of Doom and how his son, Michael, was put into prison after burning a Golden Eagle.

Author Fergal Joe hails from Northern Ireland. After finishing school in Enniskillen, things did not work out, and he went to Erne school. After finishing a course on English and Maths and brickwork in Fermanagh College, he went to the Agricultural College Enniskillen, where he did an NVQ level one in beef, sheep, and dairy. After passing the course with flying colors, he started a career with computers and picture framing. In his free time, he pursues writing which he uses to exercise his brain. The author has dyslexia, but it didn't stop him from writing a fantasy book that will surely amaze you.

Released in 2021 through the Universal Publication, the 113-page book will enthrall you in its amazing character build-up, the way the author describes a world different from other worlds. Just like most fantasy books, Joe is able to feel the readers the thrill of the adventure at each turn of the page. The book's main theme is simple, adventure, revenge, and of course, the rise of a hero from the ruins of the world.

Dive into the world of Fergal Joe through The Golden Eagle and The Fiddle of Doom and see the unique magical realm. With that being said, there may be a lot of fantasy books in the market, but Fergal Joe offers a different take on an adventure; with characters from complicated backgrounds, you will be left wondering at each turn of the page. The author shows us that there are no limits to the imagination as he paints a picture of a world on the verge of ruin and the people coming to save it.

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