“Days Dark as Night is an entertaining read for readers who enjoy historical fantasy, especially on an epic level… The authors have good eyes for a story.”
“Tanner is a lucid writer and skilled polemicist.”
—New York Times Review of Books
Simon and Joet have fought their way to Adama’s throne, but now they face new enemies both within and without. As civil war threatens to tear the kingdom apart and a papal army prepares to invade, a new threat arises—one that may be a match even for Joet’s arcane powers. As the action sweeps from the glittering palaces of Rome to the mead halls of Norway, Simon and Joet will find their lives and love tested by war, treachery, and the fires of dark magic.
Michael Tanner and Ellen Maidman-Tanner live in Takoma Park, Maryland, with their two cats and their dog, appropriately named Joet. Michael is one of the nation’s leading public policy analysts and the author of several nonfiction books on political and social issues. Ellen has an extensive background in business, philanthropy, and art.