Embremere

      William Kenney
Embremere

The majestic city of Embremere had been built on an immense platform high above the surface of the lake, with the poor and criminal element creating their own society below it in a world they called The Under. Into this world, Grivvin Lo'Rynin is exiled. Can Grivvin survive in this strange land and unlock the secrets of Wychan magic to seek revenge on the nobles that branded him useless?From the writer of the In The Shadow of the Black Sun trilogy.Book One: A Dream of StormsBook Two: Shards of S'DarinBook Three: Mournenhile comes a new fantasy novel.The majestic city of Embremere had been built on an immense platform high above the surface of the lake, with the poor andcriminal element creating their own society below it in a world they called The Under. Into this world, Grivvin Lo'Rynin is exiled. He is the last of the Wychan, Embremere's high order of wizards who have, over the generations, lost their power. And now he is an outcast.As fate would have it, a young girl named Lyrica pulls him from the churning waves that night, saving his life and dragging him along on a dangerous adventure facing whirlpools, dragons and the grey-skinned fish-men called the Cuda, who cruelly rule The Under.Can Grivvin survive in this strange land long enough to unlock the secrets of Wychan magic and seek revenge on the nobles that branded him useless?What dark secrets lie at the bottom of Lake Embremere?Don't forget about Return to Embremere, Book 2 of the Tales of Embremere series!

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    A Dream of Storms, In the Shadow of the Black Sun: Book One

      William Kenney
A Dream of Storms, In the Shadow of the Black Sun: Book One

Reluctant hero Hagan Marindel is called on to fulfill his oath, to return to battle if the land needed him. Gorin, the Stone Troll, had been sent to retrieve him and make him honor his word. Elfwhere is burning and the Rot is infecting people at random. With the servants of Mournenhile swarming across the land, can Hagan and his companions reach the city of Mages in time?.Twelve years ago, The Battle of the Black Sun had left Hagan scarred inside. The scent of blood and the incessant ring of steel were etched in his mind. Though his sword had turned the tides, he had sworn off war and become a recluse, retiring to the hills above his hometown of Lauden and turning to drink. He had hoped to be forgotten. The world would not let him forget the oath that he had sworn in his youth, however, and an honorable Stone Troll named Gorin was sent to convince Hagan to honor it. Councilcrane, the ruling body of mages, had summoned him to the city of Harquinn and Hagan knew that the threat of war from across The Edge must have returned.Gorin brought ill tidings. Autumn had never come to Elfwhere, but the leaves had begun to fall, foretelling the return of the dark lord Mournenhile, thought destroyed all those years ago. Like an ungodly pairing of bat and wolf, Mournenhile's army of Pith have swarmed into the Elven forest bent on their utter destruction.Reluctantly, Hagan must once more step into the horrors of war and offer his blade to the cause. Joined by his inexperienced younger brother, D'Pharin and a small group of new companions (Vasparian, an Elf that served with Hagan under the Black Sun, Windenn, the Woodwarden and Shindire, the haughty Elf from across The Sleeping Sea) he sets off for the ancient city of Harquinn with a heavy heart.What will the mages ask of him this time? Memories of atrocities committed in the name of Harquinn flooded back into his mind.Can he become the hero that he once was, redeeming himself and driving back the horrific creatures within the armies of Mournenhile?

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