It only took what seems like half my life, but the first volume of the Chronicles of Shadow, Exile’s Redemption is finally available on Amazon. It’s in both ebook and trade paperback formats. If you belong to Kindle Unlimited you can read the ebook version that way. A sample is available, of course, and it’s also available via the Prime Lending Library.
What is it about? Here’s the blurb:
After four hundred years, isolated from the rest of the world, the Elven Nation has finally reestablished a presence on the mainland of Allasea. With their return, the elves have built the city of Second Home, a place of learning, open to all who would come to study.
For Raven, a young Shadow Elf historian, and one of the few elves born on the mainland, it’s an opportunity for her to research the truth about the first child born to the elves, Umbral K’hul, a god-like boy whose attempted patricide and subsequent banishment triggered a civil war that fractured the Elven Nation.
A more sinister presence sees the elves’ return as a chance to strike, filling the beautiful city with an army of chaos and death. But along with the demons, strides another: after ten thousand years of exile, Umbral K’hul has escaped his prison.
Now, the elves’ greatest pariah and an untested heroine must face an enemy bent on genocide. In the process they will discover secrets their people have kept since the elves established First Home. Secrets which could prove even more devastating than the demons.
I’d love it if you popped over to Amazon and checked it out. If you read and enjoy it, a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads would be much appreciated.
whooot! congratulations! Already picked up my copy 😀
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Ah! I must have finally clicked on the right box! Thanks for the post and thanks so much for grabbing a copy of the book. You’re my first!
Well I ordered it a little after midnight, so very early this morning. Hopefully it won’t take forever to get here. I can’t wait to read it. 😀
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Amazing, another print version sold. I thought I was the only person who ever bought real books these days.