New Release – The Ember Child (Paperback)

For those who don’t know, I’m pleased to announce that a paperback version of THE EMBER CHILD is now available from all good Amazon stores!

You can find the book here.

At £14.99, it’s a bit expensive due to the print-on-demand costs… but considering it’s about double the length of your average novel, it’s well worth a go if you like your fantasy to weigh as much as the epic plot-lines suggest it should!

Now available “old-school” style.

If the physical version is a bit rich for your blood, don’t forget there’s also a Kindle version available here.  You don’t even need a Kindle for that.  You just need the Kindle app on your phone or tablet.  Which is free!

Here’s the blurb again, as if you need any further convincing:

In a world where gods hold dominion over the lives of mortals, two men have the strength of will to forge their own destiny.

The first is Halasan; the determined, sixteen-year-old heir to a fallen kingdom.  Believed to be the Ember Child spoken of in prophecy, he has spent his life in hiding, training for the day he can return home and reclaim his father’s throne. 

Set against him is Coren, the Lucian Emperor, who once forged the greatest empire the world has ever seen and now spends his days trying to hold the fragile union together.  He dreams of a world united in peace and prosperity, but Halasan’s existence presents a danger to that ambition.  The boy’s claim will mean war unless Coren can stop his rebellion before it takes hold.

Thus begins the race for the city of Danara, where one man hopes to free a nation, the other to save an empire.  Only one can succeed, but not even the gods can say who it will be.

For these men are the Godsbane, and their actions will shape the course of history as gods can only dream.

Even if fantasy isn’t usually your cup of tea, you should definitely give it a go.  It might surprise you! 😉

03rd July 2017

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