- 89860 Words
- Ages 16 and up
This chronicle features an ensemble cast of characters and takes place in South Florida in the year 2000.
Eboni and Christine Brown are sisters that are bonded by blood and magic. In the underworld, they’re known as Guardians. They are feared and revered but possessing great power can also make them targets.
A mysterious woman arrives in town with her gang of assassins to feast on human hearts, but her plans are more ambitious than just making everyone a snack. She wanted to convert every man, woman and child into her loyal subjects. The feral new threat was just one in many that threatened their daily lives. In addition, lately, factions have been making a play at bringing forth the End Days.
Bossman owned Club Rodeo and was the overseer of the Rodeo Academy. A secret society put in place centuries ago by an evil wizard bent on destroying civilization. The regimen of duties was to destroy any semblance of humanity left within any pledge’s heart. The academy consisted of several hundred acolytes from around the South Florida region who were recruited as dope boys, transporters, and lookouts—but other more promising recruits were offered more life changing opportunities. Michael Walker was born and raised in O-Town where life as shorty should not have been so tough. Life was hard and chances of becoming successful were slim to none; he spent most of adolescence in Foster homes or on the streets. A speech impediment and being poor left him mocked and ridiculed. He often times wished for a better life, when not wishing to end his own. His wishes came true when he met Bossman. The impending apocalypse was one in a laundry list of events that were over the horizon. Graduation also loomed in the immediate future. Eboni had plans to attend college in the fall, as well as some of her friends, but with agents of evil ramping up their efforts against the struggle, she may have to postpone her academic career. [more]
Keywords: Guardians, Chronicles, Fiction, Slayer, New York, South Florida, Key West, Donald Keith, Graduation, Bossman