Background on the Narn, a peaceful agrarian people forced into warfare by aggressive invaders.
Publisher's blurb: "It has been said that to defeat the monster, one must become it. There can be no greater example of this truth than the metamorphosis of the Narn into what they have become. There is, however, an inner peace that even a hundred years of slavery and warfare cannot extinguish or destroy left within them. The Narn are a study in contrasts. They are a brutal, savage race capable of much bloodshed and violence, but they are also inherently spiritual and given to lengthy philosophical debates and contemplative reflection.
"When the final day of the Narn dawns, their destiny will be only what they make it. No one else will ever shape the future of the Narn again. Whether they fall into darkness and are consumed by their own hate or rise above the dire past and find a new fate among the stars, they will do so through the strength or weakness of their own character."
Author: August Hahn
Publishers' Reference: MGP3337
Hardback, 200 pages
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Product page last updated: 28 January 2020