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Daniel-Gary Holderman

Daniel-Gary Holderman

SAYREVILLE – The author who captivated audiences with “The Heritage of Terra: The Endeavor” returns with the second installment of the trilogy: “The Obligation: Shadows of a Threat”.

Daniel-Gary Holderman was born in Perth Amboy in August 1976. Though he credits Sayreville, as his hometown, Holderman actually spent the first 12 years of his life in Orrville, Ohio, a town surrounded by forests and farms. With little to do in the small town, Holderman spent much of his time alone, developing his fertile imagination.

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Studying theatre and playwriting during high school, as well as architecture during college gave Holderman additional skills such as and understanding of character/setting interactions and working within criterion and space/void awareness. Using his knowledge, experiences and vivid imagination, Holderman created the world of Terra, which he introduced in December 2004 with “The Heritage of Terra: The Endeavor.”

Holderman’s new book continues the saga of the world discovered by a marooned ambassador and his crew 400 years ago. The Obligation introduces Dyne Kyvin, the new monarch of the Trepidar Empire who discovers the innovative prosperity of the western civilization, the treacherous General Slivith who schemes to invade that civilization, and Patros Armson, the scout who is sent to discover the secrets of the west. Cason Del’Ambora, ambassador from “The Endeavor” uncovers the plots against the western civilization and attempts to unite them against the Trepidar.

Holderman delves into the heart of science fiction and fantasy in this second episode of “The Heritage of Terra” saga, to include many new faces, new settlements in his fantastic world, and a surprising twist to a familiar character. More information can be found at Holderman’s website, www.theheritageofterra.com.

“The Heritage of Terra: The Obligation: Shadows of a Threat” is available in hard cover, soft cover, and kindle/E-Book format for purchase through online bookstores such as Amazon.


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