A WAR BETWEEN GODS
CANTO ONE – The jungle and mountain god Tan Vien was accompanying the semi-divine Emperor Hung Vuong XVIII on a Royal Hunt. A turn of fate puts them in a position to save the imperiled son of Long Vuong, the chief sea god. CLICK HERE
CANTO TWO – Tan Vien and Thuy Tinh, the god of the monsoon rains, both fall in love with Mi Nuong, the daughter of Emperor Hung Vuong XVIII. Against the backdrop of their growing rivalry, Thuy Tinh’s father Long Vuong honors Tan Vien for saving his son. CLICK HERE
CANTO THREE – Tan Vien, Thuy Tinh and the patriarch of the Thuc family are among the suitors competing in various contests for the hand of Mi Nuong. CLICK HERE
CANTO FOUR – As the final two remaining suitors, Tan Vien and Thuy Tinh are pitted against each other in a contest of power and in a quest for obscure relics. CLICK HERE
CANTO FIVE – A victor is decided in the contest for Mi Nuong’s hand, setting the stage for a war between Tan Vien and Thuy Tinh. CLICK HERE
CANTO SIX – Tan Vien and his army of jungle animals and mythic beasts face Thuy Tinh’s monsoon rains plus his army of sea animals and mythic sea beasts. CLICK HERE
CANTO SEVEN – The world-altering conclusion of the story about Tan Vien’s war with Thuy Tinh. CLICK HERE
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