The Librarians

JOURNEY. THE NEXT MORNING , RAPOAH WOKE EARLY AND WALKED QUICKLY TO MESOH'S TENT . THE conversation he had with Mesoh left him feeling uncomfortable. The more he played it over in his mind, the more it sounded like he was trying to push ...

The Librarians

The Librarians

Mankind has become increasingly bound by the chains of spiritual impotency and material greed. A book containing the power to break those chains reveals itself during a span of several generations to four young people, each chosen to be its librarian. This book leads each of the librarians on their own journey to spread its seven pillars of knowledge. Giants must be vanquished, unknown spiritual beings defeated in combat, powerful magicians exposed, and cities built in desolate deserts. The burden of carrying the book weighs heavily on its librarians, forcing them to face the greatest enemy of all—themselves. They struggle with doubts, fears, and feelings of unworthiness which constantly arise in their hearts, seeking to deceive them into thinking the battle is too difficult and that they must quit the journey.

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