It all begins...

Suddenly torn from his family, 12-year-old Ahiram is sold as a slave in the kingdom of Tanniin. Six years later, in order to win his freedom and return home, Ahiram enters the elite Game of the Mines. Pursued relentlessly by his enemies and driven to the limit of his endurance, Ahiram unwittingly awakens a dormant fury within him, and its resonance is caught by a hidden malice that turns the Games into a living nightmaire. Refusing to submit to a curel tyranny, Ahiram must face a harrowing death in the bowels of the earth. Still, a glimmer of hope remains. For deep within the mines, between stone and gold, a power -- unlike anything the world has seen -- quietly calls his name.

“Your best disguise is the strong impression your enemy has of you. Strong...and dead wrong.” 

“Your best disguise is the strong impression your enemy has of you. Strong...and dead wrong.” 

In summary, the Age of the Seer: Epic of Ahiram is the best Fantasy book I have ever read. The author was able pull me into the book by painting a visually spectacular picture of the setting, describing the plethora of rich and wonderful characters, and spinning it all within an exciting and suspenseful storyline.
— Dean Ramsay, Amazon