Friday, June 24, 2011

The Coming of the Light

The Wizard Crystals of the Elements have fallen into the hands of the Demon Lord Abaddon, forever corrupted and transformed to evil.  Abaddon now patiently waits in his northern kingdom for the coming of Saruinkai—the evening when the spirits of Darkness rule the night, and when he will unleash the Crystals' horrific powers against their own elements and sweep destruction across the earth.

The Light's hope now lies in the young Nasharin warrior Darshun Luthais—the chosen Guardian, for he alone carries the power to stop Abaddon's black sorcery and end the war once and for all.  But to do so he must cross over into Abaddon’s kingdom, and that means destroying the one who guards the only accessible path, a Fallen Angelic Throne, the secret to Asgoth's three hundred year Rule and invincibility.  The Throne is stationed upon its master's tower
deep amongst the Haunted Ruins.  As its gaze had once overshadowed the seven realms of the heavens, its gaze now watches the boundaries of Asgothas is commanded by its master.

Led by the elvish lord Caelestias, Darshun and his companions travel through unfriendly territory, encountering spirits of the dammed, a hungry Witch, accursed trees, and soon enough, the Throne itself.
  Though they are victorious in the battle, they fail to realize that a few enemies slip away and bring their defeat to the tyrant of Asgoth, King Tanarokai.  The unexpected news excites his anger to gather all of his forces and sweep havoc across the east, coming face to face with those responsible for the destruction of his Throne, the Humans and the Elves. 

Darshun must now make a choice: either, cross the border while he has the chance, leaving the men and the elves to Asgoth’s wrath, or stand with them against the coming darkness—a darkness no army has ever defeated in three hundred centuries.

Available August 1st, 2011


  1. Thank you 'Moirae,' :)

    You know, there is so much to this book it's quite difficult for me to describe without giving away spoilers. Queen Talvenya has a lot to do with it. Kelarin also (my elf lady). And of course, Nayland, the mysterious warrior is back in this one, and has one heck of a major arse-kicking scene...oh, and somebody has a crush on Darshun's sister too ^_^

    Anyway, I hope people will enjoy it. Out of all five of my books in this series, for some reason, I've always liked this one best.

  2. hi Jason! winning your first two books is perfect. now i have to look forward to the 3rd which you'll be releasing on a very special day! yay! c",)