Genres: Fiction, Poetry, Short Story
Tags: Aaricia And The Noland Army, Richard Shekari

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An epic tale of adventure that features Aaricia; a young woman having being betrayed by a loved one, lost her family and her home, must find a way to raise an elite army to help reclaim all she’s lost. Bestowed with a remarkable gift to communicate with a rare kind of beast, and armed with a handful of mercenaries, she must rise to face the most revered ruler in all the lands; the evil Queen, and swayer of the great kingdom of Azzodonia.
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Just finished this over the weekend-this one is my favorite so far-especially since it had an ending so I don't have to wait in suspense for part 2!

It was fun to imagine what all the characters would look like on a television show or movie. I think you had really great details that helped to make the story come to life.
 Dec 05, 2016, 17:40 CST
Richard Shekari 
Thank you so much for the review Gabrielle :) 1:30am here, just got home :D #long story.
Yeah this one def needs no sequel, but when I get lazy in the near future I'd cook it up. No stone was left unturned here, I hate part 2's and 3's too haha. I am glad you loved Aaricia and the Noland Army.
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I can't keep up, man! I'm going to try to get through the book in the next week or so. Thanks for the upload! $SHOHAM
 Nov 10, 2016, 08:17 CST
Richard Shekari 
Well, just sharing with the world that's all $Shoham
You don't need to read everything i put up, man. :)
Hope you're doing great
flag (Nov 10, 2016, 09:05 CST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I'm alright -- now we have a right wing hack as OUR federal executive too, so that's something we share with Nigeria!!!

Hey, we have some guys who are doing work in Uganda who are going to hopefully be active soon:

https://www.feed-forward.net/CIP_Uganda
flag (Nov 10, 2016, 11:12 CST)
Richard Shekari 
I see you guys and Nigeria share the same kind of thing now, the same way DT came to power is same way Buhari did too, watched it all on TV. Well, to be frank I didn't like the way B.O chose sides and was blasting DT openly, I expected a more mature stand by him. You know, be neutral and only encourage voters to come out but not to go about inciting and calling his race to come out and vote, I think that's a bad move to rain hate and division, coming from a leader like that. Naturally when the masses see that the elites stand against a particular candidate, they would go for him and vote him. Just like buhari, DT is
flag (Nov 11, 2016, 00:04 CST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I think Obama did a good job. Usually the parties stick together "be neutral and only encourage voters to come out" is not the American tradition. And there was a thought that Trump is too dangerous to just let go. But I think the incitement was from Trump. I also thought Clinton did a good job, but Trump muddied the waters so much and excited his 'race' so much that it helped take him over the top. Still, I believe that action-reaction rule holds true and that if the Republicans misplay their hand, it could be an unfortunate situation. Shoham
flag (Nov 11, 2016, 06:20 CST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
flag (Nov 16, 2016, 10:23 CST)