“An epic tale…”—Library Journal
A broken nation in need of a savior.
Ravaged by plague, decimated by dark magic, infiltrated by a foreign evil seeking to dominate from within, Brynth is on the eve of its dissolution. When all the good men are dead and gone, who is to answer the call and defy what is wicked for what is right?
A Twisted Tale of Three Unlikely Heroes.
Heretic monk turned Sorcerer, Aldous Weaver. Infamous crusader turned fugitive, Kendrick the Cold. Aristocrat, rogue, monster hunter, and legend in his own mind, Theron Ward.
Three men condemned to die for their crimes find in each other both the will and the means to survive. A dark brotherhood with Sword and Sorcery is forged, and all monsters meek and mighty do fear the three.
“Gritty, fast-paced and compelling!”
Honorable mention in Library Journal’s Indie Ebook Awards and a Shelf Unbound Magazine Notable 100!
Read all the books in the dark and gritty Sword and Sorcery Series!
Fire and Sword (Volume 1)
Catacombs of Time (Volume 2)
I Remember My First Time (short story)
The Pyres (Volume 3)
Ice and Stone (Volume 4)
As They Burn (Volume 5)
Black Sun Moon (Volume 6—a complete, stand-alone novel)
Embers On The Wind (Volume 7)
Graves of the Gods (Volume 8)—Coming Soon!
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This series will take you for a ride down the anti-hero highway. The three main characters, all from diverse backgrounds, are forced into paths they never chose. Each going through their own personal hell and emerging not how you’d quite expect. Plenty of intrigue, magic, monsters and violence. If you like fast-paced brutal action, unexpected twists and chaotic-neutral type heroes, this series is for you.
On a side note, coming from a gamer’s perspective, this series would make an excellent open world/rpg epic game....just saying 🤘🏼
An epic fantasy
If you have played any total war war hammer this book feels very skaven! Loved it and I don’t love much!
I can understand and appreciate the attempt to balance a gore filled story with a bit of prose and theory about good and evil. However it was an attempt that failed as overbearing snippets from fictional historic characters from that world, poorly done flash backs, and forced conversations are shoved down my throat. Keep to the gore, leave the philosophy for another day.