The world I know is flooded. You don't go in the water. You don't touch it. If you do, it will get you, drag you down, and you're gone.
Harry Iskinder knows the rules: Don't touch the water, or it will pull you under; conserve food, or you'll run out at the worst time; use Sundered slaves gently, or they die too quickly to be worthwhile.
The Sundered create food. The Sundered create shelter. They're also dying out. In a world lost to deadly flood that kills on contact, Harry thinks he knows the score, but when he claims the magnificent and powerful Sundered One named Aakesh, he quickly finds himself in deep and dangerous water.
Mythical World-Building at its Best
The world of the Sundered is one of magic, deep distress and the ever-growing suspicion that the ‘something’ that is wrong is not what it seems to be. It is suspenseful, evocative and my favorite character, the ‘Sundered’ that guides the process, speaks truth in rare form.
This is a great read! If you love the mythical, and the mystical and enjoy other wordly adventures, you will love this book.