Condor's Eye

by Ronnie Sarkin



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/30/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781490766386
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781490766409
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781490766393

About the Book

Gentle Wind is different. Growing up in a North America Indian community around 500 BC, all boys of his age want to train as warriors, while he is obsessed with exploring nature, hunting, and exploiting his unusual talents. When the clan’s shaman discovers these curious skills, he decides to train the boy as his successor. Gentle Wind, renamed Condor’s Eye, begins an action-packed journey pushing him to his limits. Enduring rigorous training, many challenges, unusual experiences, philosophical debates about life, and a deep love affair, he tenaciously hones his skills to become a great man of his time.

Interwoven with his story is the gripping tale of Anouar, whose beautiful Greek mother arrives in Egypt under difficult circumstances. Anouar dreams of becoming a high priestess in the Mystic Temples along the Nile, but her powerful intellect and unique talents soon draw her into the fickle world of Egyptian politics. She becomes Cleopatra’s close advisor and confidant, only to be drawn into a passionate love affair with Marc Antony.

Sarkin masterfully draws readers into these fascinating worlds, leaving readers utterly spellbound and wanting more. His unusual genre continues into ancient Ireland in his sequel, Kismet (

About the Author

Ronnie Sarkin lives in South Africa. He is a businessman with a great love for adventure, the outdoors, and writing. An adventurer who is also a qualified game ranger and scuba diver master with plenty of experience under his belt. Sarkin has documented his incredible worldwide adventures through stories, which are complimented by his unprecedented collection of rare and exciting photographs of wildlife and underwater scenes. Sarkin’s other passion lies in probing the very fabric of existence, a pursuit spurred by reading “The Third Eye” by Tuesday Lopsang Rampa when he was fourteen. Sarkin is happiest with his family, enjoying beach and bush together or writing his facts and fiction stories. “Condor’s Eye” and “Kismet” are the first two books in a trilogy allegorically depicting Sarkin’s perspective of life.