Inheritance – Journey of the Soul – Book Two by Kyle Jantjies.

A war between kingdoms is brewing. 

Phillip must learn to master his new power. Or die trying. Phillip’s search for power has led to increased tensions between the Conqour Kingdom and the Mytcene Kingdom. In order to prepare for the worst, the king has decided to secure his borders. Phillip’s brother, Captain Wesley Jones, has been chosen to complete this task and he wants Phillip’s help. After receiving the power of soul, Phillip must now learn to make the gift his own. 

Phillip and Wesley’s journey takes them to the deadlands, a harrowing place where death is almost certain. If Phillip can master his gift, his team will survive. If not, then the deadlands will swallow them one by one. Can Phillip grow to become the soldier his brother expects him to be? 

Inheritance is the follow up novel on The search for Power available to purchase from Porcupine Press.

About the Author:

Kyle Jantjies is a 26 year old author based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is currently completing his MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology at University of the Western Cape. He also teaches Mathematics and Geography at a High School and holds a Black Belt in Ninjutsu.

Kyle Jantjies is a 26 year old author based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is currently completing his MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology at University of the Western Cape. He also teaches Mathematics and Geography at a High School and holds a Black Belt in Ninjutsu.

He currently has 13 published novels under his belt, both traditionally and self-published. His book, the G.L.O.A.T. – The Search for Mokole-Mbembe, was one of the top five finalists in the Author Elite Awards for Best General Fiction novel. He has been featured on various TV platforms and news outlets, had radio interviews, and has spoken at a variety of events, most notably, as a guest speaker at the Adam Small Literary Festival in Pniel, Franschhoek.

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  1. Those books sound really intriguing

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