Gardens and the Warrior of Heaven

 It was sometime in the twenty-first century, when one discovery revolutionized the world further than any ever before it. This was the discovery of a nonlinear power, which lies inside of every living and nonliving organism on the planet. Its discoverers termed it Meteora. With it came the ability to tap into a clean, seemingly unlimited source of energy. 

With further study, it was found that only a few genetically gifted individuals could use this power World War III was fought between these new beings and the United Governments of the world. After fighting to a stalemate, the governments and the beings who had access to this power, now known as Homospiritus, came to an agreement called the Accords. 

Code 23: By law, all children born who are capable of using Meteora will be taken for safety reasons to Gardens to learn to control their powers, and serve the greater good of the commonwealth. Which meant to become a soldier in the army of the new world order. Tenchi was four years old when they came for him. Despite the best efforts by his mother to keep him hidden and safe, he was taken by force to Juneau Gardens, which is the home of the Homospiritus and the new governing order of the former United States of America, now named Juneau. It is a Gardens itself, one of a series of peaceful and beautiful utopian societies made up of the now free Homospiritus who, under the terms of the Accords, were allowed their independence and sovereignty. 

Gardens are realms, which demonstrate the height of Meteora manipulation and the coming together of humans with Meteora to create a utopian, Shangri-La-like paradise on a level with the Garden of Eden. Now inside of Gardens, Tenchi is swept up in a world of Meteora, fighting, and war, to protect a world he does not really feel a part of. He is taken from his home, his mother, and the only family he has ever known and commissioned to fight in a war for the peace and safety of the planet. He is forced to go through rigorous training and trials, as well as torment from other Homospiritus, when the only thing he truly cares about is getting home to his mother. 

And, after six years in the Gardens’ Academy comes to an end, he seems to get his chance when, at the age of ten, Tenchi graduates. Now he is an apprentice, under the command of a Master Agent who guards, trains, and protects him and his two other apprentices, Ko and Suki. In the field as a second level of training, Tenchi has a greater degree of freedom, though under the careful guidance and tutelage of Master Agent Shaun. The team members begin their journey all over the world carrying out peace missions while simultaneously improving and learning how to better use Meteora in real-life battle situations, all to prepare the young Agents to eventually go out on their own. This is vital, as it is public knowledge that the life of an apprentice is a very short one. Tenchi is then swept up in a series of missions, both dangerous and important to the fate and the safety of the whole world. Eventually, he is sent on a mission where he encounters terrorists with nuclear arms who have also taken their own dark dive into the use of Meteora, only to corrupt it. 

Tenchi is given the chance to abandon his mission and continue his own, which has always been to return to his mother. But now he is faced with a choice, to return home or to fight to secure and prevent the misuse of The Sword of Heaven, an ancient weapon of unparalleled power forged of Meteora itself. If not kept in check, The Sword will throw the world into an apocalyptic age from which we may never recover, a fate that will visit both Homospiritus and humankind alike. 



The World First "Aspiritual" Novel 

Science Fiction, Fantasy. Metaphysical. Utopian/Dystonia. Consciousness. 

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Print Length: 697 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480178721
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 13, 2013)
Publication Date: March 13, 2013

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4.0 out of 5 stars By Sebastian Armijo on July 30, 2013 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

  I must stay I was looking for a book to read, It took me some but when I found Gardens and the Warrior of Heaven I was stunned. I got into the book right from the start.It is a book you cant rush, you got to pay close attention to it. The way Jamon Miller describes is excellent and reminded me of some really fun anime and manga.It is the perfect book to read specially if you finished reading the Eragon Series or Harry Potter. If you get confused with any of the terms you can always look at the Glossary located at the end. I really hope to read more about Tenchi, Suki, Ko and Shaun's adventures (a release date would be great)!!! Give this book a try, you will enjoy it!!!!!

Absolutely a capturing story!!!! A MUST READ!!!!CINEMATIC!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars By Luke on May 21, 2014 Format: Kindle Edition

 I picked up this book and was instantly pulled into the best story i have ever read. As i read on i was amazed how much i could picture the writing and i got so into the story of Tenchi! I really look forward to more coming from this genius author! I feel like anyone could enjoy this story and would recommended it to all of my friends and family.This is the best read i have ever had all through my comics and books in my life. I am so glad i read this. This book is cinematic and i can not wait for the upcoming titles!!!! 

Interesting Story

LindaLovesReading 3.0 out of 5 stars

 I was amazed to find this book available under the Prime membership, but I'm glad I got it. It was a very good story that got me interested right away. While the story line is fairly clear you did have to pay attention because many times events were happening and you didn't realize what was happening until afterwards. Thank goodness he explained what it all meant. I think all in all it was a well conceived story.