Once in a while there is a book that is published that causes so much excitement in the literature world that causes an explosion of publicity. Ontime Books, a publishing company for Greeks and Cypriots authors has published that book.
The Dance Of Light, the first in a fantasy pentalogy which was written by Gregory Kontaxis has caused so much excitement that many in the book review world believe it will become a best seller. Others believe that it may become one of the fastest selling books by a Greek author of 2021.
The new book is Gregory Kontaxis debut novel. When the reader picks up the fantasy novel, they will think the same as many book reviewers have said: “How can this work of art that grabs the reader and transports them from outside of the book and takes them into the action of the story be the authors first novel.”
The Palace of the Dawn will soon be stormed. The most ruthless man of all time is one step away from assailing on Iovbridge and dethroning Sophie Delamere. The Queen of Knightdorn is now alone, with neither allies nor an army capable of rebuffing the enemy which is approaching her city. Everything appears to be over, until a mysterious boy makes his appearance.
The Dance of Light plays out in a fantasy world which is made up of different races and strange creatures. The story takes shape during the third age of the world, the Age of Men, on the two continents of Knightdorn and Kerth.
The first book in the series, The Dance of Light, will take you on an epic journey to a fantasy world of men and mythical creatures which will keep you spellbound till the very end.
The Dance Of Light should be on the reading list for all those that like a fantasy novel and want to be transformed from their busy lives into a world that will take them on an adventure they will never forget.
For more information about the book, please visit https://ontimebooks.net/product/the-dance-of-light-part-1-the-return-of-the-knights
About Gregory Kontaxis
Gregory Kontaxis was born on 17th December 1989 in Athens. He studied Informatics and Finance in Greece and the United Kingdom, and he has worked as a Financial Analyst in Vienna and London. He currently resides in London, where he is occupied with investment risk management and writing.