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 Seige

Book Three, Threads of Fate

 
 
 
 
 

About the Book

Before all’s done, many thousands will die, carrion birds will glut their fill, dark magics will be unleashed, and a young man will stare into the eyes of madness.

The Eastern kingdom of Chenghuan is riven by internecine strife, and a hatred of foreigners as a mighty army gathers on its southern border. A young man on a journey of self-discovery far from his own land is thrust into the turmoil. He will either be forged into the finest tempered steel in the maelstrom or shattered into a thousand pieces.

Aeneas bears the name of a great warrior from a different world. One an unimaginable distance away beyond the stars, or perhaps only a few heartbeats away if reached through a portal between worlds. Thrust into events beyond his understanding, malice and sudden violent death hovering like dark shadows, he will need deep wells of courage to survive.

Toshi and Yuudai, two young warriors determined to fulfil the destiny of their downtrodden people, the Kovari,  lead an army of over 250,000 savage tribesmen across the vast Kovra-Sa desert to lay siege to the mightiest fortress of the age. Two heroes return from the dead to join a troubled father in a desperate search for his son in a far-off land at war. All the while, the malevolent shaman, Nogunata plots his dark designs.  But even he with his vast sorcerous powers, is unaware he is being manipulated by the malign Tusog, the blood god of the Kovari. A being who derives his power from worship and death and seeks to return to the flesh and drown the world in blood.

The threads of fate weave, drawing the protagonists to a shattering finale. But before all’s done, rage, bloodlust, and heroism will see countless numbers give their lifeblood, as Cheng and Kovari clash in a brutal struggle, with each believing in the justness of their cause.  Yet, on the stony ground of  unrelenting carnage, hatred and madness, the green shoots of love, selfless courage and the magnanimity of warriors forged in the cruel crucible of battle, might just give hope for a better tomorrow.

Siege is the sequel to Verge of Darkness.

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