Naavah Ora has found the weapon that can kill the Dread King, but there’s one setback: she is the weapon, and she shares her mind with her patron goddess. Naavah Ora isn’t prepared to lose herself to stop the undead invasion, but when the Dread King makes the fight personal, she might give anything to stop him after all.
Meanwhile, Doran, Levi, and Ash struggle with a prison break and the realisation that Ceallach still wants Levi as his sacrifice. They reach for Naavah Ora while she slips further away, but how can they fight a battle happening in another realm?
To end Ceallach’s invasion and retake peace for the dead, Naavah Ora hopes that her other gods joining the fight will be enough. When Ceallach ends the things and people she loves the most, she must decide:
Is she prepared to pay the price and surrender her consciousness for good?
An orphaned seer who dreams of death…
A girl who calls fire with a wish…
A group of resistance fighters who need the king to die…
A dragon whose secrets could save the world…
And the darkest shadow, free after centuries of prison.
Prophecy has brought them together, but who will it destroy?
The Relics of Ar’Zac box set unites the trilogy and the prequel novella in one volume.
Relics of Ar’Zac
Blood Wisp Trilogy – Blood Wisp is proofing. Blood Song: 12000/80000 written
The Silence of Magic (The Silence of Magic #1) – 4283/90000 written
Dreamer Trilogy (temp. title) – The first draft of Dreamer 1 is proofing.
Sarina Langer is the author of the Relics of Ar’Zac trilogy. Her debut novel, Rise of the Sparrows, was released in late May 2016.
She’s as obsessed with books and stationery now as she was as a child, when she drowned her box of colour pencils in water so they wouldn’t die and scribbled her first stories on corridor walls.
(‘A first sign of things to come’, according to her mother. ‘Normal toddler behaviour’, according to Sarina.)
In her free time she reads whatever her tbr jar coughs up next, plays video games, and researches the darker side of humanity and the end of the universe.
She has a weakness for books on writing and pretty words. (Specificity, anyone? Or perhaps nebulous?)
Sarina lives with her partner and daughter (read: their cat) in the south of England.