Best Friends Forever…
There’s something about childhood friendships. I don’t know if it’s that as children, we possess that sheen of innocence, that certain unquestioning acceptance about the people who are a part of the formative years of our lives. But there’s also a fear of losing special friendships if we reveal too much of what is in our deepest heart. The moment is lost and we live with the regret of things not said. Sometimes we move on as we mature to new friendship spheres, and then sometimes not. And we’re left with that lingering question in the back of our mind, “what if”?
Perhaps we have to move on, experience other things, follow different adventures before, maturing into our true self, like Dorothy discovering where the home of her heart truly lay, we recognize that one person who undeniably touches us heart and soul, giving breadth to our lives in a way we would never know without them.
Eye For the Prize is a discovery not just of an odd, supernatural object, but the rediscovery of friendship, of love, and perhaps the one person that makes anywhere truly home. What would you give up to be united with that one true soulmate? How far would you go? And what if it came down to a choice between the man you love, or the family who raised you, whose blood you shared? And there was no middle ground. And what if the incident you’ve been set to investigate will eventually be the thing that changes your whole life?
In every object is a story, in every story there is a pulse of truth. Finding the truth is Detective Larke Ava’s job. Finding the object is Zhalazti researcher Roan Dwellen’s purpose. Reuniting with the boyhood friend who completed you was never part of the plan for either man.
Mystery, danger, heritage, and love. Was there ever a more explosive combination?
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