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  • Published: Oct 17, 2015
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A newer edition of this book is now available on Barnesandnoble.com.THE HARBINGER OF DOOM SAGAGateway to Nifleheim (Volume 1)The Fallen Angle (Vol. 2)Knight Eternal (Vol. 3)Dwellers of the Deep (Vol. 4)Harbinger of Doom (Volumes 1 & 2...

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Glenn G. Thater
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A newer edition of this book is now available on Barnesandnoble.com.

THE HARBINGER OF DOOM SAGA

Gateway to Nifleheim (Volume 1)

The Fallen Angle (Vol. 2)

Knight Eternal (Vol. 3)

Dwellers of the Deep (Vol. 4)

Harbinger of Doom (Volumes 1 & 2 combined)

Vol.5+ (forthcoming)

Hero and the Fiend (a novelette set in the Harbinger of Doom universe)

The Gateway (a Novella length version of Gateway to Nifleheim)

The Harbinger of Doom saga centers around one Lord Angle Theta, an enigmatic warrior of unknown origins and mystical power. No mortal man is his match in battle. No sorcery can contain or confound him. No scholar or sage can outwit him. But for all his skills, he is but one of us; a man, a human, who shares our faults, our dreams, and our ambitions. He boldly strides across the land, fearless, peerless, and cloaked in mystery; all his will bent on righting such wrongs as he deems fit.

Until the day the Gateway opened and turned the world on its head. On that fateful day, Korrgonn came and washed away our dreams. And his outre realms of chaos set their unholy mark upon our world and claimed it for their own.

Only Theta and his companions see the enemies aligning against us. Only they foresee our end coming — the end of civilization, the end of the world of man. Only they can hope to turn the tide of madness and preserve all that we hold dear.

But no man, not even our greatest hero, can stand against the Lords of Chaos and the dark armies of Nifleheim at their command. Fiends that infiltrate unseen within our ranks, that tear down our temples and our traditions; that devour us from within, unseen, unknown, unheralded, and unopposed until the hour grows far too late.

Through the murk and mist that hangs before our eyes, one man only sees true. One man pierces the veil of magic that blinds us all and marks the world as it truly is, revealing secrets, secrets of Angle Theta, so horrifying as to shatter a mans mind and call into question the very nature of good and evil...

Excerpt from the Preface to Harbinger of Doom:

Harbinger of Doom is comprised of The Gateway and The Fallen Angle — the first two stories to be published in a new collection of the adventures of the ancient warrior-hero most commonly called Angle Theta.Although the original historic manuscripts detailing the life and times of this classic warrior are still inaccessible to the general public, my contacts and travels have afforded me rare opportunities to study and even duplicate some of the original manuscripts, which consist of more than ten thousand documents stored in protected archives in leading museums and universities scattered across seven countries.Due to the inaccessibility of these documents, few modern scholars or authors are familiar with the “Thetian manuscripts.” Consequently, the public knows little or nothing about this ancient hero who some scholars believe helped shape much of the ancient world and perhaps was the historical inspiration for the legends of Beowulf, Gilgamesh, and others...

Floating at the surface of the Thetian stories are action, heroism, villainy, fantastical creatures, magic, and intrigue, obvious and entertaining to all those that skim its pages. But for those who delve deeper, the Thetian tales present truths both shocking and eternal. The nature of good and evil is explored in ways that led to the saga’s banning for either religious or political reasons in much of Western Europe for centuries. Ironically, a more careful reading of a wider swath of Thetian canon affirms the time-honored truths and values taught by the Church and upheld by the best of nations. In modern times only those sorry souls that made a career of denouncing and defaming all our heroes have sought to suppress the Thetian tales. As is their lot, they’ve failed...The Harbinger of Doom Saga as a whole presents a vast, complex world populated by a myriad of memorable characters, and beset with magic, monsters, mystery, myth, and mayhem. It is epic fantasy on its grandest scale. Dropping a reader somewhere amidst that maelstrom is a daunting prospect for author and reader alike. To ease the entrance, I searched for a story that was not so epic in scope but that introduced some of the most beloved characters of the saga, showcased Theta at his finest, and featured the realistic, gritty action the Thetian tales are known for, while also hinting at the wonders and mystery that defines the ancient world of Midgaard.

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For more than twenty-five years, Glenn G. Thater has written works of fiction and historical fiction that focus on the genres of epic fantasy and sword and sorcery. His published works of fiction include the first four volumes of the Harbinger of Doom saga: Gateway to Nifleheim, The Fallen Angle, Knight Eternal, and Dwellers of the Deep; the novella, The Gateway; and the novelette, The Hero and the Fiend.Mr. Thater holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics with concentrations in Astronomyaga centers around one Lord Angle Theta, an enigmatic warrior of unknown origins and mystical power. No mortal man is his match in battle. No sorcery can contain or confound him. No scholar or sage can outwit him. But for all his skills, he is but one of us; a man, a human, who shares our faults, our dreams, and our ambitions. He boldly strides across the land, fearless, peerless, and cloaked in mystery; all his will bent on righting such wrongs as he deems fit.

Until the day the Gateway opened and turned the world on its head. On that fateful day, Korrgonn came and washed away our dreams. And his outre realms of chaos set their unholy mark upon our world and claimed it for their own.

Only Theta and his companions see the enemies aligning against us. Only they foresee our end coming — the end of civilization, the end of the world of man. Only they can hope to turn the tide of madness and preserve all that we hold dear.

But no man, not even our greatest hero, can stand against the Lords of Chaos and the dark armies of Nifleheim at their command. Fiends that infiltrate unseen within our ranks, that tear down our temples and our traditions; that devour us from within, unseen, unknown, unheralded, and unopposed until the hour grows far too late.

Through the murk and mist that hangs before our eyes, one man only sees true. One man pierces the veil of magic that blinds us all and marks the world as it truly is, revealing secrets, secrets of Angle Theta, so horrifying as to shatter a mans mind and call into question the very nature of good and evil...

Excerpt from the Preface to Harbinger of Doom:

Harbinger of Doom is comprised of The Gateway and The Fallen Angle — the first two stories to be published in a new collection of the adventures of the ancient warrior-hero most commonly called Angle Theta.Although the original historic manuscripts detailing the life and times of this classic warrior are still inaccessible to the general public, my contacts and travels have afforded me rare opportunities to study and even duplicate some of the original manuscripts, which consist of more than ten thousand documents stored in protected archives in leading museums and universities scattered across seven countries.Due to the inaccessibility of these documents, few modern scholars or authors are familiar with the “Thetian manuscripts.” Consequently, the public knows little or nothing about this ancient hero who some scholars believe helped shape much of the ancient world and perhaps was the historical inspiration for the legends of Beowulf, Gilgamesh, and others...

Floating at the surface of the Thetian stories are action, heroism, villainy, fantastical creatures, magic, and intrigue, obvious and entertaining to all those that skim its pages. But for those who delve deeper, the Thetian tales present truths both shocking and eternal. The nature of good and evil is explored in ways that led to the saga’s banning for either religious or political reasons in much of Western Europe for centuries. Ironically, a more careful reading of a wider swath of Thetian canon affirms the time-honored truths and values taught by the Church and upheld by the best of nations. In modern times only those sorry souls that made a career of denouncing and defaming all our heroes have sought to suppress the Thetian tales. As is their lot, they’ve failed...The Harbinger of Doom Saga as a whole presents a vast, complex world populated by a myriad of memorable characters, and beset with magic, monsters, mystery, myth, and mayhem. It is epic fantasy on its grandest scale. Dropping a reader somewhere amidst that maelstrom is a daunting prospect for author and reader alike. To ease the entrance, I searched for a story that was not so epic in scope but that introduced some of the most beloved characters of the saga, showcased Theta at his finest, and featured the realistic, gritty action the Thetian tales are known for, while also hinting at the wonders and mystery that defines the ancient world of Midgaard.

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