The Partisans is a story set on the stage of a world that never was, but has been and is. It is about a generation of young people born without hope on a planet doomed to consume itself in the fires of its own dynamic hatreds. Taanach of Dhayne is a man of war and a dreamer of peace a wonderful abnormality in a world gone mad with violence perpetuated by generations of murderous ancestors. When fate aligns his path with that of a sworn enemy of his people, he begins to believe his world can change. Her name is Michal, and it is largely through her that the young within their respective nations learn to question the hateful regimes of their hard-hearted fathers. After an arduous journey to an unknown land, the adventurers are profoundly changed when they discover the remnants of a legendary people the fabled Elders of Dolan. Driven then by a powerful, unifying purpose, the Partisans return to their own lands to initiate a campaign of destruction against the most powerful armies of their time. But they are only a few against the well-organized power of many thousands, an obstacle that seems impossible to overcome. The rebellion is naturally met with virulent resistance from the deeply entrenched powers that be, and thus the stage is set for conflict on an unprecedented scale. In the end, the demise of the ancient cancer of hate must come about from within the nations themselves, as the element of goodness they hold dormant rises up against the roots of their own despicable past.Finally they reached a point at which they departed from the road itself, and the boy led them between rows of the tallest apple trees any of them had ever seen. ... poles to prevent the weight of their sweet burden from breaking them, just cleared the tops of the comradesa#39; heads. ... like appearance to the orchard, and the fragrant bouquet of ripening fruit pervaded the air as the morning sun warmed theanbsp;...
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