A spell-binding six-volume epic fantasy and mystical thriller.
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‘…possibly one of the best fantasy books of its kind ever written. It's just that deep, that soul-searching -- that good.’
’It just doesn't get any better than this… simply great writing!’
‘…masterfully described…will keep you riveted to the page.’
First Chronicle of the Shaman
A young girl on the verge of womanhood, beset by strange and hostile forces; an abducted child and a monstrous baby; a secret past, the realm of the dead, an ancient prophecy and a falsified history brought to light. Add to this a reluctant shaman-sleuth tasked with unravelling the mystery, and you have a dark and twisted Gothic mystery that is Moonblood (First Chronicle of the Shaman).
‘an epic novel full of intrigue, mystery, danger and humour… transports you to a world of wonder’
‘an adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat… a must read’
HEART OF SHADOWS
Second Chronicle of the Shaman
Teenage twins, Sildemund and Meglan, set out to discover the mystery of an unearthly stone discovered in the desert. Of unknown substance, the stone is slowly revealed to have a dark and ancient association with a hidden past. The sinister stranger, Skalatin, who knows its secret, will stop at nothing to find it as the young adventurers risk all to decipher its mystery and discover an ancient history that has long been held secret from the world.
Third Chronicle of the Shaman
Deep in the wilderness of Anxau, in the war-torn city of Dhaout, three deranged warlords vie for power. Into this affray comes the Zan-Chassin shaman/sorcerer and spy, Ronbas Dinbig of Khimmur, who finds himself compelled to investigate the perplexing mystery of his own death. In Dhaout he learns of the mysterious and, some say, illusory Citadel and is pitched into a terrifying, hallucinatory journey of discovery as layer after layer of enigma and meaning is uncovered, and the unfathomable Citadel of Selph is finally revealed.
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