I am Chenush. I am the first upon Marn. I will be the last, I am life and I am death. I came from the mists to bring Marn alive and no one will take this from me, no one.
The dark figure of Chenush moves out of the shadow of both Methnorick and the masters who are bent on destroying Marn to fight both the light and the dark. With him he brings legions of dead and spawn from his own making to bring Kikor, Kalion and their band to their knees.
Fighting off the armies of darkness in the skies is the mother of all, Marn’azzi, the most powerful creature on Marn struggles to bring the darkness under control before it destroys the world she loves.
Will she succeed or will darkness be unbound? Return to Marn and discover more of Marn, including places that used to live in mist and dreams, as the battle for Marn continues.
E.A. Channon enriches and enhances Flesh of the Blood with his aristocratic English upbringing and heritage that can be traced to the time of kings, knights and battles for the honor of fair maidens. E.A.’s grandfather was also a great influence, recounting old stories and guiding his musical abilities towards the bagpipes. Having served in both the British and American military, E.A. is able to bring great realism to the weaponry and battle scenes in his book.