About The Horn’s Hoax: The Forbidden Instrument By Hector Cantu Kalifa
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It’s hard to tell when someone’s soul changes, especially when dark energy has a price.
An unexpected adventure of two brothers who accidentally travel to another world. Henry and Moris—just a few short months after their father mysteriously goes missing—are playing their favorite make-believe game when suddenly they are transported to a different universe, leaving behind their mother and sister. When each brother is captured by warring wizarding houses, the Veneficums and the Milaculums, they stand the chance of losing each other forever.
The boys have too many unanswered questions, and they don’t know who to trust, but in their attempt to find each other and return home, the brothers discover truths about themselves––and their father––they never could have imagined.
In a strange world where wizards fight each other and are not what they seem, who can the brothers trust? More importantly, will they get home together?
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Hector Cantu Kalifa (it’s weird talking about myself in the 3rd person) was born in 1986 in Monterrey, Mexico. He lived with his family and…
Ok, I’m done talking in 3rd person.
I try to meditate every day; I also enjoy sports, so I exercise at least four times a week.
The book The Horn’s Hoax: The Forbidden Instrument is my debut novel, and it has a special meaning because the idea came from how I play with my children.
The writing of this book has been an unexpected pleasure for me, as I would never imagine myself writing a book. It all began in September 2019. It was intended to be a ten-page brief story. But as I wrote, my imagination and my taste for writing kept me working. I realized on a blank page I can create amazing things and let my imagination fly.
Words kept coming, and I discovered the hard work of building a story. With the help of many people, I gave my heart to create my first “Art”.